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    MIAMI (AP) — Rookie Nick Fortes hit a solo home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning and the Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets 3-2 Sunday. Fortes drove an 0-1 pitch from reliever Adam Ottavino (2-2) into the left field seats as Miami avoided a three-game sweep by the NL East leaders. Miami reliever Tanner Scott (3-2) walked J.D. Davis to lead off the ninth. Davis advanced on a wild pitch and reached third on Luis Guillorme’s one-out groundout. Scott struck out James McCann to end the Mets threat. New York finished 1 for 13 with runners in scoring position. Marlins starter Daniel Castano threw a career-high seven innings, giving up two runs. He allowed five hits, walked two and struck out four. Mets starter David Peterson also threw seven innings of two-run ball. He gave up four hits and struck out a season-high eight, eclipsing the seven strikeouts he had against Miami in his previous start June 20. Brandon Nimmo lhomered to lead off the third and Pete Alonso hit an RBI double...
    PHOENIX (AP) — Yonathan Daza, José Iglesias and Connor Joe hit consecutive, two-out, run-scoring singles in the ninth inning to help the Colorado Rockies rally past the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-1 on Saturday night. Colorado trailed 1-0 entering the ninth and pieced together four runs off Arizona closer Mark Melancon (0-3), who had a 1.08 ERA coming into the game. C.J. Cron and Ryan McMahon led off the inning with singles but Melancon retired the next two batters, bringing up Daza, who entered the game as a pinch-hitter in the seventh. Daza lined a ball up the middle to tie the game and Iglesias followed with a go-ahead single that was just out of the reach of Arizona third baseman Josh Rojas. Joe capped the rally with a single up the middle that sent home two runs — including one that scored because of an Arizona throwing error — for a 4-1 lead. Jordan Luplow stole back-to-back bases in the eighth to help the D-backs take a brief 1-0 lead. The 28-year-old Luplow has good speed but isn’t necessarily known as...
    HOUSTON (AP) — Jose Altuve homered early, and Michael Brantley tripled in a two-run eighth to help the Houston Astros run their winning streak to a season-best six games with an 3-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday. The win was manager Dusty Baker’s 2,004th, passing Bruce Bochy (2,003) for 11th on the all-time list. Baker became the 12th manager in MLB history and first Black man to reach 2,000 wins on Tuesday night. The Astros trailed 2-1 in the eighth when Altuve singled with one out and scored on a triple to right field by Brantley to tie it. The Tigers intentionally walked Yordan Alvarez with two outs before Michael Fulmer (1-1) walked Yuli Gurriel to load the bases. Another walk to Kyle Tucker scored Brantley to put Houston up 3-2. Bryan Abreu (1-0) pitched a scoreless eighth for the win and closer Ryan Pressly threw a perfect ninth for his fourth save. Miguel Cabrera doubled in the third inning to join Hank Aaron and Albert Pujols as the only players in MLB history to have...
    AARON RAMSDALE has outed Martin Odegaard and Cedric Soares as Mikel Arteta's two teacher's pets at Arsenal. The Gunners goalkeeper made the revelation during an appearance on Peter Crouch's 'That Peter Crouch Podcast'. 2Aaron Ramsdale made the claim during an appearance on Peter Crouch's podcastCredit: Instagram @chrisstark 2Ramsdale revealed Mikel Arteta and Martin Odegaard speak to each other in SpanishCredit: Getty The £30million summer signing used the term "parched" to refer to both Odegaard and Cedric. Ramsdale and former England man Crouch labelled someone who sucks up to the manager in training while the rest of the squad are taking a drinks break as "parched". And when quizzed on who the teacher's pets are, Ramsdale did not hesitate to answer. He revealed Odegaard and Arsenal boss Arteta speak to each other in Spanish, despite Odegaard being fluent in English and the Spaniard communicating with the majority of the team in English. Read More On ArsenalGUNNERS NEWS Gabriel Jesus transfer BLOW, Arsenal 'reignite' Martinez interestFree bets! The best free bets and sign up offers available from our...
    Knicks construct free agent contracts perfectly with final year outs Alexander Wilson August 4, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit The New York Knicks signed five free agents over the past two days, four of which are familiar faces from last season. However, the way they constructed their contracts allows them financial freedom after the 2022-23 season, which just so happens to be the year Zion Williamson’s contract expires. Knicks’ free agent signings: Derrick Rose: Three years, $43 million Rose signed a three-year extension with the Knicks, and while it’s expected to be via the Early Bird exception, the front office should have around $5.5 million left to spend after bringing back Taj Gibson. However, the three-year deal is virtually a two-year deal, as the third season doesn’t have any guaranteed money attached. Most believed the three-year contracts for Rose, Noel, and Burks were a bit overzealous, but two-year deals seem more efficient. Nerlens Noel: Three years, $32 million Noel is in a similar...
    DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) — J.D. Martinez hit a go-ahead, two-run homer in a three-run ninth inning, and Boston Red Sox rallied to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8-7 on Thursday night. Alex Verdugo had an RBI grounder before Martinez connected on his 250th homer. The two-out drive came off Rafael Dolis (1-1), making his second appearance since returning from a right calf injury. Martinez shouted and repeatedly pumped his fists while rounding the bases. He stopped a 12-game homerless drought Wednesday. A huge “down to their last out” two out, two run HR from JD Martinez to keep the #RedSox atop the AL East standings Thursday night pic.twitter.com/M3h3u5lEZZ — Dan Roche (@RochieWBZ) May 21, 2021 Phillips Valdez (2-1) went 1 1/3 scoreless innings and Matt Barnes worked the ninth to get his 10th save in 11 chances. After walking Rowdy Tellez, Barnes struck out Danny Jansen with a 98 mph full-count fastball. Boston (27-18) held onto the AL East lead. Toronto dropped to 10-7 at TD Ballpark, where the Blue Jays have four more home games cause...
    PORTSMOUTH — Doing their best damage last. Clay had not led at any point of their non-league meeting versus visiting Huntington — until the very last play of the game. Trailing after 2.5 innings at 6-2, the host Panthers out-scored the Huntsmen 6-1 over the rest of the contest and quite literally stole an 8-7 win. Clay had the tying run in Evan Woods aboard when Carson Porginski, the game’s possible go-ahead run, reached via walk with two outs in the bottom of the seventh. Trailing 7-6, Clay’s Mitchell King reached via an error by Huntington third baseman Leach — a knock that proceeded to score Woods from second and tie the contest. After Porginski moved to third and with Greg Gleason at-bat, Porginski stole home and stole a win for the Panthers over a strong Division IV foe with their second run with two outs in the bottom of the seventh. Both teams committed five errors a piece and combined for 15 hits. Clay senior pitcher Shaden Malone relieved starter Jaden Jessee in the top of the first and...
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Matt Chapman homered and hit a go-ahead double with two outs in the ninth inning, leading the Oakland Athletics over the Tampa Bay Rays 3-2 Thursday. Shane McClanahan, a Tampa Bay left-hander starting on the day after his 24th birthday, made an unusual regular-season debut, becoming the fourth player to appear in the regular season after first playing in the postseason. READ MORE: Man Killed In Weekend Shooting Near San Jose State University Identified Throwing at up to 100.5 mph, he was given a 1-0 lead when Austin Meadows hit an RBI double in the first off Chris Bassitt. Ramón Laureano’s run-scoring double tied the score in the third, and Chapman put Oakland ahead 2-1 in the fourth with his fourth homer this season. Brandon Lowe tied the score an inning later with his fourth homer. Jed Lowrie walked off Diego Castillo (0-2) with one out in the ninth, Sean Murphy flied out and Chapman doubled over the glove of right fielder Brett Phillips, who tried for a leaping catch at the front of the...
    More On: new york mets Mets infielder has another jaw-dropping moment Mets star shows signs of breaking deep spring funk Mets starter makes declaration in promising injury update Mets reliever continuing to turn heads PORT ST. LUCIE — David Peterson’s biggest disappointment Sunday was his inability to finish the Cardinals in the first inning after recording two outs. With two outs and nobody on base, the Mets left-hander allowed a rally that gave the Cardinals two runs against him. “Getting two quick outs and then letting guys on is unacceptable in my mind,” Peterson said on a day the Mets won 7-5 in a Grapefruit League game at Clover Park. “That is something we need to work on going forward and just attacking guys.” see also Luis Guillorme has another jaw-dropping Mets moment You won’t find utility infielders much more different than the... Overall, he lasted four innings and allowed three earned runs on five hits and two walks with one strikeout. Peterson, who is competing for a rotation spot, has pitched to a 4.50 ERA in...
    Social media star Evgeniya Lvovna treated her 1.2 million Instagram followers to a double-photo update where she modeled a daring bikini while at the beach. The bikini was a dark burgundy color, and though the photos were a throwback from earlier this year, the hue of the set was both festive, in addition to flattering Lvovna’s. The top featured a low scooped neckline that showcased Lvovna’s collarbone and décolletage. Thin straps wrapped around the the model’s torso, and a peekaboo accent in the center of the bust exposed even more skin. Meanwhile, the bottoms were arguably even more revealing than the top. They were a classic string style, and the sides were pulled up to rest just under her waist and accentuate her hourglass figure. The panel in the front featured an incredibly large cut-out that gave fans a view of her hips and pelvic region. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evgeniya Lvovna (@yevaleva) The fitness trainer styled her long brunette locks into loose and natural waves that cascaded down past her shoulders. Lvovna...
    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — With two down, the Los Angeles Dodgers delivered time and time again. It still wasn’t enough. All the Dodgers’ runs in Saturday night’s wild 8-7 World Series loss to the Tampa Bay Rays crossed the plate with two outs, raising their total to 57 of 94 in the postseason. The 60.6% clip is on track for a postseason record, topping the previous high of 59.3% by the 1992 Atlanta Braves. But for all their clutch hitting, the Dodgers couldn’t make the last pitch they needed to close out Game 4. Brett Phillips’ two-out single in the bottom of the ninth inning off closer Kenley Jansen scored Kevin Kiermaier from second base with the tying run and brought home Randy Arozarena all the way from first when center fielder Chris Taylor bobbled the ball for an error and Los Angeles botched a relay to the plate. Before the astonishing finish, the teams became the first in Series play to score in eight consecutive half innings — two more than the previous high set by the Dodgers...
    Governor asks to use El Paso military hospital as COVID-19 surges American foods the whole world adores Corey Seager put the Dodgers back on top with a bloop single, giving them yet another run scored with two outs Strong hitting with two outs has been a key for the Los Angeles Dodgers throughout this postseason. They reached an all-time record of 50 two-out runs this postseason in Game 3 Friday, then added two more early in Game 4 Saturday. That second one was a solo home run from Corey Seager, and he’d add another one in the top of the eighth (after four further two-out runs from the Dodgers) with a bloop single over the head of shortstop Willy Adames: © Provided by The Comeback Corey Seager hit a crucial RBI single in the 8th Saturday. Not one of Corey Seager's better swings from his terrific postseason, but still effective. Dodgers back on top 7-6. #WorldSeries pic.twitter.com/lPVMq9Shmy — The Comeback (@thecomeback) October 25, 2020 That was Seager’s fourth hit of the night, and one that put the Dodgers in...
    A 19-year-old with a van full of guns and explosives plotted to assassinate Biden, federal officials say A 24-year-old engineer created a website that tells you if your McDonalds has a working ice-cream machine Max Muncy’s two-run single with two out put the Dodgers up 3-0 The Los Angeles Dodgers have been tremendous hitters with two outs during these MLB playoffs, and that trend continued in Game 3 of the World Series Friday. The Dodgers took a first-inning lead on Justin Turner’s two-out solo shot (his 11th career postseason home run, tying a franchise record set by Duke Snider), but Tampa Bay Rays starter Charlie Morton seemed to have things more under control after that, getting Will Smith to strike out (after a Max Muncy single) to end the first. Morton then got three straight outs in the second, and struck out Austin Barnes and Mookie Betts to start the third, but things started going downhill from there. First, Morton hit Corey Seager with a pitch, then Turner doubled down the left field line (Seager was held at third),...
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