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(Sports Network) – The Blue Jays loss last night to the Nationals was a
frustrating one, but the bigger concern was the exit of starter Brandon Morrow
after just nine pitches. Vernon Davis Womens Jersey . While Toronto
awaits word on the condition of its most consistent hurler this season, the club
will look for Henderson Alvarez to go deep in tonights middle contest of a
three-game series with Washington after having to get 27 outs from its bullpen
on Monday. The Blue Jays would love for Alvarez to duplicate his most recent
outing, a seven-inning effort versus the White Sox on Thursday. It was the
right- handers longest outing since his last win on May 10 as he has gone 0-3
with a 5.58 earned run average in five starts since. Alvarez gave up three runs
on seven hits and a walk while not factoring into the decision of a 4-3 defeat.
Toronto has lost each game over the 22-year- olds winless drought. Alvarez is
3-5 with a 3.76 ERA in 12 starts this season and will face the Nationals for the
first time. The Blue Jays lost for the fourth time in five games with last
nights 6-3 defeat in which Morrow took the loss after getting charged with a
run. He gave up a leadoff double to Steve Lombardozzi before being forced to
exit with an injury on his left side. Chad Beck came into the game—one of
five relief pitchers used by Toronto on the night—and served up a run-scoring
single to Bryce Harper. Torontos offense failed to step up after losing Morrow
early, logging just five hits in the game. Two of those were homers, a solo shot
by Colby Rasmus and a pinch-hit two-run homer off the bat of Yan Gomes. Now the
Blue Jays will hold their collective breaths on the status of Morrow. “He felt
something in the left oblique area. Well get a better read on his condition
after further tests are done [Tuesday], but I think at this point, its safe to
say its probably substantial in terms of what hes dealing with right now,” said
manager John Farrell. “Any kind of time length, theres really no read on that
yet until we get the further testing, but its unfortunate given how well he has
been pitching and what he means to this rotation, this staff and, certainly,
this team.” Washington took advantage of Torontos bullpen and got homers from
Adam LaRoche and Rick Ankiel, while Harper went 3-for-4 and also scored a pair
of runs in the Nationals fourth straight win that increased their lead over the
second-place Braves in the National League East to three games. Edwin Jackson
allowed two runs over eight-plus innings in the victory, which moved Washington
a season-high 13 games over .500 (36-23) for the first time since July of 2005.
“He pitched one heck of a ball game,” Nationals manager Davey Johnson said of
his starter. “He was dominant. ... What a great effort.” Washington did lose
outfielder Roger Bernadina to a strained right hamstring suffered while going
from first to third on a wild pitch in the fourth inning. In just their fourth
trip to Canada since relocating from Montreal prior to the 2005 season,
Washington won for just the third time in its last 10 contests at Toronto. The
Nats try to secure a series victory tonight behind Chien-Ming Wang, who has lost
both starts this season after getting a win in relief in his season debut on May
25. The 32-year-old righty was making just his 13th start since 2010 due to a
series of injuries on Thursday versus the Mets and was in and out of trouble all
game. He managed to get out of bases-loaded jams in the second and third innings
without damage and only ended up allowing two runs over 5 1/3 frames despite
eight hits and three walks. Still, he took a 3-1 setback and is 1-2 with a 5.11
ERA on the season. “I liked his arm strength and everything,” Johnson said of
Wang. “Hes having a little problem, he gets to the side of the ball. He doesnt
stay on top of it. Sometimes he gets out of the slot that he needs to be in.
When he stays in that slot, his stuff is outstanding. Its just a consistency
thing with him.” Wang is 4-2 with a 4.82 ERA in 10 career outings versus the
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games with the Ducks this season, Visnovsky has scored five goals and added 22
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Ferraris Fernando Alonso.Canadas Mark de Jonge placed first in his semi-final
race on Day 14 in an extremely tight race to advance to the final race. He
matched Spains Saul Craviotto Rivero stroke-for-stroke throughout the entire
race. A photo-finish determined that de Jonge won the race by 0.002 seconds. De
Jonge also won his heat earlier today.  He entered the competition as a bit of a
wildcard; he initially made his mark at the 2011 World Championships, but a
recent broken finger sidelined him for the 2012 World Cup season.  He declared
himself as an Olympic contender when he earned the Canadian berth by setting a
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in tomorrows final. Patrick Willis Limited Jersey. “This is
really my first international race this year and it was good,” said de Jonge
following the race. “Its a pretty incredible feeling to race for gold but I am
trying to contain that feeling. I am going to go back to the village and relax
and not think about it.” Also advancing to the final from the race is Marko
Novakovic of Serbia and Evgeny Salakhov of Russia. The rest will race in the B
final. The second semi-final saw no surprise with Great Britains Ed McKeever
taking the top spot. He was followed by Maxime Beaumont of France, Miklos Dudas
of Hugary and Ronald Rauhe of Germany. All final races are scheduled for Day 15,
the final day of the Olympic canoe/kayak regatta.  ’ ’ ’ 

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