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defenceman Mark Fayne, a key cog in the Devils run to the Stanley Cup finals,
had surgery to repair a ligament in his wrist last week, and will be out up to
four months. Fayne, who had the injury on his left wrist, had three assists and
was a plus-5 in the post-season, as the Devils defeated the Panthers, Flyers and
Rangers, before bowing out in the final round against the Kings. He had 30 shots
on goal and 31 hits. In the regular season, he had four goals and 17 points. On
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manager Lou Lamoriello also tendered qualifying offers to defencemen
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Washington Nationals came to town with the lowest team ERA in the majors and got
a chance to unveil two of their best offensive prospects. The Los Angeles
Dodgers outpitched manager Davey Johnsons staff and got a number of key hits
along the way for a three-game sweep. Chris Capuano struck out nine while
combining with two relievers on a four-hitter, James Loney drove in two runs
with a bases-loaded single and the Dodgers wound up with a 2-0 win Sunday. At
16-6, the Dodgers matched their best start since 1981 and moved 10 games over
.500 for the first time since July 11, 2010. “Weve got a great mix of guys, and
were going to need that through the long season to win games,” Loney said. “A
big hit, a big defensive play, and big baserunning play—all that stuff is
going to matter. And its going to take all of us to do that.” Capuano (3-0)
allowed three hits and two walks in 6 2-3 innings, helping send the Nationals to
their fourth straight loss and first shutout defeat of the season after they
entered the series with a 14-5 record. They had a combined total of three runs
and 11 hits in 21 2-3 innings against Capuano, Clayton Kershaw and
Chad Billingsley. “They pitched us pretty tough and kept the ball in on us the
whole series, and we didnt really make a lot of adjustments,” Johnson said. “But
theyve got a pretty good pitching staff over there. We pitched good enough to
win, but it just wasnt good enough.” Kenley Jansen followed Josh Lindblom out of
the bullpen and pitched a hitless ninth for his second save in three chances
after starting out with six straight balls and getting a visit from pitching
coach Rick Honeycutt. Jansen then struck out his next two batters and fanned
Jesus Flores with runners at first and second to end it. Dodgers manager Don
Mattingly met with closer Javy Guerra before the game after the right-hander
allowed five runs and nine hits over two innings in his last three appearances.
Mattingly told reporters that he would keep Guerra in that role instead of
replacing him with Jansen. “I understand the clamouring and what people say I
should do, but at this point I dont feel like its the right thing,” Mattingly
said earlier. “Whats the alternative if you make a change and it doesnt work
out? Do we just go down the list and keep trying guys? Is it a tryout camp at
that point? My biggest concern with Javy last night was no swag. Its never his
stuff. It was the lack of the bounce in the step and the confidence and
commitment. Thats what scared me.” Lefty Gio Gonzalez (2-1) allowed two runs,
three hits and five walks through six innings, and struck out seven. Hed gone
6-0 in his previous eight starts since last Sept. 12—the Nationals havent
scored more than two runs in any of his five starts while hes been in the game.
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1-2 pitch the other way to left-centre. “He has really good control overall, so
I was just trying to go up there and react,” Loney said. “I didnt hit it that
hard, as far as squaring it up. But as far as the swing, it felt good.” Loneys
clutch hit ended a scoreless streak of 25 innings by Gonzalez, the longest by a
Nationals pitcher since the franchise left Montreal. “I kind of beat myself out
of that game. I was trying to be too perfect, and it kind of got away from me,”
Gonzalez said. “Theyve got a good lineup, so youve got to be cautious with some
of the guys you face. All it was was one pitch, and that made the difference. If
I got that pitch down to Loney, its different ballgame. But I left it up to a
good hitter, and he did his job and put it in play. So you just have to learn to
move on and turn the page fast.” Tyler Moore, the Nationals minor league player
of the year in 2010, made his major league debut in left field and was 1 for 4
after getting promoted from Triple-A Syracuse. On Saturday night, top prospect
Bryce Harper made his big league debut for the Nats in left field and went 1 for
3 with a double and sacrifice fly. Harper shifted to centre field on Sunday
after Jayson Werth was a late scratch because of severe migraines. According to
Johnson, Werth spent most of the game in the trainers room. “He did come out
around the eighth inning and said if I needed him, he could hit,” Johnson said.
“But I was reluctant to use him.” Gonzalez was struck on his pitching arm by a
line drive off Kemps bat leading off the fourth, but recovered in time to throw
him out. He then walked Ethier on four pitches before Harper made his first
defensive gem in the big leagues—robbing Uribe of extra bases with a running
catch and slamming into the padded fence before falling to the ground. Harper
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