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LONDON —Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger has taken a major gamble by letting
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lose key midfielder Alex Song as well. Van Persie joined United on Friday on a
four-year contract and a transfer fee estimated by the British media at 24
million pounds ($38 million). It leaves Arsenal without last seasons top scorer
in the Premier League and two newcomers to English football in Lukas Podolski
and Olivier Giroud. “The reality is when the player doesnt want to stay, you
have two ways: you either force him to stay or you accept the reality and you
let him go. I have chosen the second solution,” Wenger said. “I know it is a
massive challenge and a massive gamble I took but we have the quality to deal
with the problem we have, and at the end of the day I can talk and talk and talk
but we can only show it on the pitch now.” Though Arsenal has lost a string of
top players in recent seasons, notably midfielders Cesc Fabregas and Samir
Nasri, the Frenchman tried to look at the bigger picture. “Time heals all things
and of course at the moment people are hurt, which I understand, but what is
important for us is to focus on the season in front of us,” Wenger said.
“Players have gone, life goes on and the football club is 125 years old and
other big players have left this club and we have always gone from season to
season in a strong way.” The Arsenal coach conceded he could also be about to
lose midfielder Song, who has been linked with a move to Barcelona. Asked about
Songs possible exit and new players being signed, Wenger says “both can happen.”
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the 1970s, when the Argonauts were just a notch or two behind the Toronto Maple
Leafs in the local sporting consciousness, when the signing of Heisman Trophy
winner Anthony Davis out of USC was enough to bring tens of thousands out to an
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right-hander Jose De La Torre was sent to Boston, which had acquired Lillibridge
on June 24 as part of the trade that sent corner infielder Kevin Youkilis to the
Chicago White Sox. TORONTO —Much like the Toronto Blue Jays, it is all about
the future for rookies Anthony Gose, Yan Gomes and Adeiny Hechavarria. The trio
are trying to prove they belong with Toronto next season. And the Blue Jays are
trying to prove they can finally contend for the post-season. In all cases, the
verdict is out. But the three rookies did their part on Monday as the Blue Jays
defeated the Minnesota Twins 6-5 in 10 innings. Gomes tied the game in the ninth
with a two-out home run. Gose won it in the 10th with a two-out single against
left-hander Brian Duensing (4-12) that scored Hechavarria, who had singled in
the opener of a three-game series that will end the season for both teams.
“Theyre making the most of their opportunity,” manager John Farrell said. “We
cant sit here today and make out next years 25-man roster. But the exposure, the
experience that all the guys coming up here for the first time like that is
invaluable.” The Blue Jays were down to their last out against left-handed
closer Glen Perkins in the ninth when Gomes hit his fourth major-league homer to
tie the game at five. Gomes entered the game in the eighth at first base,
replacing Adam Lind who was 4 for 4 with two runs batted in before giving way to
a pinch-runner in the seventh. “I was just trying to get the ball in play,
trying to keep the game going and got a good pitch to hit and hit it pretty
well,” Gomes said. “Im not trying to hit it out of the park but just keep the
game going. But thats kind of what my role was, especially against a left-handed
pitcher. I was just trying to be ready for it.” After Brandon Lyon (4-0) worked
out of a bases-loaded jam in the 10th, Hechavarria got things going in the
bottom of the inning with his hit. He took second on a wild pitch with
pinch-hitter J.P. Arencibia at the plate. Arencibia struck out on a ball that
got away from catcher Drew Butera. The catchers throw hit Arencibia, who was
running to first, but it was ruled that he was not running in the proper lane
and Arencibia was called out for interference. That prompted an argument from
Farrell and his ejection by plate umpire Marvin Hudson. “I saw it as J.P. was on
the line,” Farrell said. “Obviously after seeing a replay Marvin made the right
call.” And Gose came through with the winning single up the middle on the next
at-bat. “I was really just trying to put the ball in play and give myself a
chance,” said the speedy outfielder who started in left but finished the game in
centre. “I feel more comfortable and Im having better at-bats. Its pretty
special to contribute in that way to help the team win.” Trevor Plouffe drove in
three runs for the Twins with a homer and a double. Toronto left-hander
Aaron LLaffey allowed eight hits and four runs, three earned, in five innings.
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innings from Esmerling Vasquez, who allowed six hits, three walks and three runs
in his sixth start of the season. The Blue Jays (71-89) scored in the first on a
single by Lind. It brought home Rajai Davis, who led off with a single, took
second on a foul out to the catcher and moved to third on a fly out. The Twins
(66-94) took a 2-1 lead in the second on the 24th homer of the season by Plouffe
after Laffey hit Parmelee with a pitch to lead off the inning. Plouffe doubled
in a run with two out in the third to put the Twins into a 3-1 lead. It scored
Jamey Carroll, who doubled with one out and took third on Parmelees infield
single. Joe Mauer singled in a run in the fifth to put the Twins into a 4-1
lead. It scored Carroll, who led off with an infield hit to shortstop and
continued to second on Hechavarrias throwing error. Toronto catcher Jeff Mathis
doubled in two runs with two out in the sixth to cut the lead to 4-3.
Brett Lawrie of Langley, B.C., led off the inning with a walk, Lind singled and
Yunel Escobar sacrificed them to second and third. Kelly Johnson walked to load
the bases. Hechavarria forced Lawrie at the plate with a grounder to third but
the throw to first was too late for a double play. “Failure to turn a double
play hurt us,” Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. “Thats a double-play ball and
we went home with it. In my opinion, weve got to turn two there. Those little
things end up killing you in the end and they did tonight.” After Mathis hit,
Alex Burnett replaced Vasquez and struck out Gose to end the inning. Jays lefty
Brett Cecil allowed a run in the seventh on a single and a stolen base by
Ben Revere and a single by Carroll. The Blue Jays made that run back in the
bottom of the inning on a two-out single by Lawrie against Burnett and Linds
double against left-hander Tyler Robertson. Notes: Announced attendance at
Rogers Centre was a season-low 12,359. ... Wayne Gretzky threw out the first
pitch. ... Edwin Encarnacion was not in the starting lineup for the Blue Jays on
Monday after coming out of Sundays game for a pinch-hitter in the seventh inning
because of a tight trapezius muscle. . . . Twins first baseman Justin Morneau of
New Westminster, B.C., did not play because of a sore wrist. ...Chad Jenkins,
(0-3, 4.67 earned-run average) will start Tuesday for the Blue Jays instead of
Carlos Villanueva. It will give the Blue Jays another look at Jenkins, who will
be making his third major-league start after making 10 relief appearances.
Villanueva, who will be a free agent in the off-season, finishes his season at
7-7 with a 4.16 ERA in 38 outings, including 16 starts. ’ ’ ’ 

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