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Nov 9, 2012 8:36pm
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STOCKHOLM, Sweden—Daniel Alfredssons season isnt over just yet. Rob Gronkowski Authentic Jersey . The veteran
Ottawa Senators captain has committed to playing for Sweden at the IIHF World
Hockey Championship, according to the International Ice Hockey Federation. It
will be Alfredssons first trip to the world championship since 2005. The
tournament is being co-hosted by Sweden and Finland and will give the
39-year-old Alfredsson a chance to play on home ice. Sweden opens the event on
Friday against Norway at the Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm. Canada will play
its round robin games in Helsinki and wont meet the Swedes until at least the
semifinals. The NHL season wrapped up for Alfredsson last week when the Senators
were eliminated by the New York Rangers in Game 7 of their first-round series.
Alfredsson hasnt yet committed to returning for a 17th year with Ottawa next
fall. Hell make that decision over the summer. “Its been a great year, but its
been a long year physically and mentally,” Alfredsson said over the weekend. “(I
need to decide if) I have the energy and motivation to get ready for another
year because I know I just cant take the summer off and come to camp and hope I
will do well. “If I want to play I want to play at as high level as I can and
that means you have to go through a summer of hard workouts and getting ready to
play a full season.” Tom Brady Womens Jersey . And even though the
18-year-old Russian is still learning English, he cant help but tense up the
second he hears the letters “KHL. Aaron Hernandez Womens Jersey . – Michael
Catenacci had five points to lead the Kitchener Rangers to a 6-3 win over the
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. Donovan sensed a quiet confidence among his Los Angeles Galaxy teammates that
they were not out of the game. He shared that feeling, figuring the Galaxy had
the right players to make some special plays. Stevan Ridley Womens Jersey .A. Happ struck
out eight batters in a rare start as the Toronto Blue Jays bullpen held on for a
3-2 victory over the Texas Rangers on Friday. Brandon Bolden Jersey . —The Langley
Thunder took a 2-0 stranglehold on the best-of-seven Mann Cup series with a
15-14 overtime win over the Peterborough Lakers on Sunday, bringing the B.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. —Shin-Soo Choo sat at his locker in the Indians clubhouse,
the bruise on the outside of his right knee just larger than a baseball and
turning every shade of red and blue imaginable. “Its nothing,” he said with a
smile. Driving in the winning runs must have made the pain go away in a hurry.
After getting hit by a pitch early in the game, Choo delivered a two-out double
in the 10th inning Saturday night that sent Cleveland to an 11-9 victory over
Kansas City—despite blowing a seven-run lead in a testy affair marked by
three ejections and a pair of bench-clearings. “What a crazy kind of emotional
game,” said Indians manager Manny Acta, who was among those thrown out during an
eventful third inning. “Just glad we came out on top.” Light-hitting
Yuniesky Betancourt helped force extras when he homered in the eighth inning for
the Royals, completing their bit-by-bit comeback from a 9-2 hole. With two outs
in the 10th, Choo pounded a pitch from Greg Holland (0-1) to centre field that
Jarrod Dyson tracked down at the wall. He appeared to have the ball in his glove
before it popped loose, and Jason Kipnis and Michael Brantley came around with
the go-ahead runs. Jairo Asencio (1-1) earned his first major league win by
pitching a clean ninth inning, while Chris Perez set the Royals down in order
for his second save of the season. “Always you try to win games,” Choo said,
“but especially tonight.” Choo was plunked by Jonathan Sanchez in the third
inning, sending both teams streaming onto the infield. Sanchez and Choo have
some history: The left-hander broke Choos thumb last season by hitting him with
a pitch. Choo wound up on the disabled list for nearly two months. “I know its
not on purpose. The catcher set up inside,” Choo said. “But I still have the
memory from last year. Maybe I was a little sensitive.” Tempers were still
simmering in the bottom half when Cleveland starter Jeanmar Gomez hit
Mike Moustakas leading off the inning. Plate umpire Gary Darling immediately
tossed Gomez along with Acta and third baseman Jack Hannahan, who rushed into
the middle of the fray. Royals manager Ned Yost was also in the middle of the
scrap, losing his hat as he got into Hannahans face between the mound and first
base. “I dont really know what they were thinking,” Yost said. “They had to go
to their pen early. We had to go to our pen early. Its one of those things.”
Carlos Santana, Jose Lopez andd Kipnis each drove in a pair of runs for the
Indians, who have come alive after a miserable five-game stretch to start the
season. Wes Welker Jersey. . They scored seven times
in the first inning while taking the series opener, and piled up 14 hits on
Saturday night. Things soured for Sanchez early in the third, when Brantley
ripped a one-out triple to the wall. Asdrubal Cabrera followed with an RBI
single, and Sanchez plunked Choo on the right knee. Choo started jawing at
Sanchez as he headed toward first base, and the Royals starter dished the trash
talk right back at him. Hannahan rushed at Sanchez before the umpires and
coaches from both teams intervened, restoring order before tempers boiled over.
“I hit him twice. I have nothing against him,” Sanchez said. “I just wanted to
come in with those pitches. But if youre going to miss, miss in. Im not going to
miss over the plate.” The Indians immediately pounced on the rattled Sanchez,
piling up five runs before he was finally lifted from his Kauffman Stadium debut
after 2 2-3 innings. The Royals got a pair of runs back in the third, but
Cleveland scored another run in the fourth and added three more in the fifth—
Kotchman went deep leading off the inning, and Kipnis followed a base hit by
Jason Donald with his own homer to make it 9-2. Then Royals rally started in the
most innocuous of ways. Betancourt singled to lead off the fifth inning, and an
RBI double by Moustakas and an RBI by Escobar on a double-play groundout made it
9-4. Kansas City added two more runs in the sixth. Butler ripped a one-out
double to left field, and an error on Kipnis at second base allowed Betancourt
to reach first and keep the inning alive for Moustakas, whose RBI double pulled
the Royals within three runs. Hosmers run-scoring double and Butlers RBI single
made it a one-run game in the seventh, and Betancourt finally tied it on a 2-2
pitch from Vinnie Pestano leading off the eighth. Choo made all the hard work
coming back moot. “We were down seven and you want to hold the fort, so you can
chip your way back into,” Yost said. “We did tonight, but we just couldnt get
that one extra run to close the game out.” NOTES: Indians RHP Ubaldo Jimenez
pitches the series finale against Royals RHP Luis Mendoza. ... The Indians have
homered each of their first seven games, the fourth-best season-opening stretch
since at least 1918. ... Royals starters allowed seven runs in 34 innings over
their first six games. Theyve allowed 12 in 6 2-3 innings against Cleveland. ’ ’

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