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WARSAW, Poland—UEFA has fined the Croatia football association C25,000
($31,500) for its fans behaviour at a European Championship match against
Ireland. Colin Kaepernick Red Jersey . UEFA says the
sanction was imposed for “the setting off and throwing of fireworks and
missiles, and a pitch invasion by a supporter.” A Croatia fan was tackled by
stewards after trying to reach coach Slaven Bilic following the 3-1 win last
Sunday in Poznan, Poland. After Croatia led the match 2-1, Irelands kickoff in
the Group C match was delayed while smoke from fireworks cleared at one end of
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. —The Detroit Lions have signed first-round draft pick Riley Reiff. Michael Crabtree Black Jersey . This week,
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Atlanta Falcons, Rory McIlroy and the shooting range in Port Coquitlam, BC. Patrick Willis Elite Jersey . The San Antonio
Spurs announced Wednesday that they had re-signed Duncan, bringing back the
36-year-old forward for at least a 16th season. MILWAUKEE —Cole Hamels finally
gave up some runs, though he was still sharp enough to come away with another
win. John Mayberry Jr. and Erik Kratz hit back-to-back home runs and Hamels tied
a season high with 10 strikeouts to help the Philadelphia Phillies beat the
Milwaukee Brewers 4-3 Saturday night. Hamels (14-6) gave up eight hits and three
earned runs in 7 2-3 innings. He walked just one batter, but gave up a two-run
homer to Ryan Braun with two outs in the eighth. Jonathan Papelbon came on and
struck out Aramis Ramirez, then pitched a scoreless ninth to record his 27th
save. “(Hamels) pitched really good. He used all his pitches and had good
command,” Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said. Hamels entered the game having
thrown 22 consecutive scoreless innings over his previous three starts. The
stretch included consecutive nine-inning shutouts, against Atlanta on Aug. 7 and
Miami on Monday. “I was able to keep the ball down and get big outs with my
changeup and keep them off balance,” Hamels said. After retiring the Brewers in
order in the first inning, the left-hander, who was the MVP of the 2008 World
Series, yielded a home run to Ramirez to lead off the bottom of the second. “It
was just a bad pitch. I threw a really good one before and I tried to throw it
again,” Hamels said. “I just left it up. He definitely got me. At the same time,
you just go and battle. I dont like to give up the runs, especially the homers.
In this ball park, if I just stay down and make pitch after pitch, obviously Ill
be able to get out of jams and succeed.” The home run to Braun in the eighth
came after Hamels allowed a single to Jonathan Lucroy. “Its going to be a battle
with Braun. Hes that good,” Hamels said. “Theres a constant battle when you have
to face the best hitters. Thats why I really wanted to get Lucroy out. I think I
was more frustrated about that.” The Phillies got on the scoreboard first when
Mayberry hit a two-run homer over the left-field wall with no outs in the top of
the second. Mayberrys home run came after Laynce Nix drew a walk to open the
inning. Catcher Erik Kratz followed with solo shot to the second level in left
field, making it 3-0. “I love it when we manufacturer runs and play small ball,
but home runs get you something quick,” Manuel said. “Im happy to get (runs) on
the board real quick and thats the best way I know how to get them.” The
Phillies added another run in the third when Ryan Howard hit a double, driving
in Chase Utley, who led off with a single. The Brewers had a channce to cut into
the lead in the bottom of the inning when Lucroy singled with two outs. Ronnie Lott Womens Jersey. Braun followed
with a shot to the base of the left field wall, but Lucroy inexplicably stopped
at second, and Braun was tagged out in a rundown. “I looked up to see where the
ball was—which I shouldnt have done with two outs—but I looked up to see
where the ball was and I just missed the bag,” Lucroy said. “I could have kept
running but then they could have appealed it. Hindsight, I probably should have
kept running because I asked Jimmy (Rollins) and Chase (Utley) if they saw it
and they both said no.” Hamels said he thought Lucroy had started jogging
because he assumed Brauns shot would clear the outfield fence. “I thought it was
out,” Hamels said. “You cant assume anything and you just have to keep going. I
got lucky on that one.” Brewers starting pitcher Mike Fiers (6-6) struggled for
the second consecutive outing. He gave up four runs, walked four and hit a
batter in five innings of work. He struck out five. “I dont think they had the
curve ball in the back of their minds. I think they were cancelling it out since
I wasnt throwing it for strikes,” Fiers said. “So they were really just sitting
on the fastball.” Fiers was coming off his worst start of the season on Monday
at Colorado when he lasted just two innings, giving up nine hits and eight
earned runs. Before that, he had a 1.03 ERA in nine starts. “Youve got good
hitters and when youre not on your game all the time, these guys, they dont miss
too many mistakes, especially when youre not throwing your off-speed over the
plate because they can then just sit on a fastball and they wait for you make a
mistake with your fastball and they usually dont miss it,” Brewers manager Ron
Roenicke said. The Brewers entered Saturday nights contest having won eight
consecutive games at Miller Park. A win would have tied a franchise record for
consecutive victories at Miller Park set in May of last season. NOTES: Brewers
pitchers had 1,002 strikeouts entering Saturdays game, which led the big
leagues. The Brewers have never finished a season leading the league in
strikeouts. ... The Phillies have a chance to gain a split in the series on
Sunday. They havent lost a series in Milwaukee since 2007. ... Brewers pitcher
Mark Rogers struck out pinch hitting for Fiers in the fifth inning. Rogers had
two hits, including a double, in seven at bats entering the game. ... Braun
stole second in the sixth inning, giving him 20 stolen bases and 20 home runs in
the same season for the third time in his career. ’ ’ ’ 

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