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21.05.2019 08:23
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Saratoga Springs, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Historic Saratoga Race Course will conduct 40 days of thoroughbred racing in the coming year and serve as the focal point for the New York Racing Associations 2015 racing calendar. The New York Racing Association announced Friday that its three tracks - Aqueduct, Belmont Park and Saratoga - will have a total of 251 days of live thoroughbred racing. Racing at Saratoga will he held six days a week, Wednesday through Monday, beginning Friday, July 24 through Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7. The current Aqueduct meeting continues through March 22 with a break from Monday, March 23 through Tuesday, March 31. Racing will be conducted four days a week for four weeks - the last week of February and the first three weeks of March. In light of the national foal crop reduction, our goal in creating a four-day race week during this period is to increase field size and provide additional rest for our equine athletes in advance of our Aqueduct spring meet, said Martin Panza, Senior Vice President of Racing Operations for the New York Racing Association. In essence, the March break is allowing us to create a more vibrant spring meet at the Big A. Racing at Aqueduct will conclude with a 19-day spring meet from April 1 through April 26, with the $1 million Wood Memorial for 3-year-olds on Saturday, April 4. Belmont Park will have a 59-day spring/summer meet beginning Wednesday, April 29 through Sunday, July 19 with the 147th $1.5 million Belmont Stakes on Saturday, June 6. Following Saratoga, the Belmont Fall Championship meet will run 38 days from Friday, Sept. 11 through Sunday, Nov. 23, with Super Saturday scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 26. 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Rollins and Nieves opened the first inning with back-to-back homers and Philadelphia went deep four times in all to back Cliff Lee in an 8-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. Cody Asche and Marlon Byrd also homered for the Phillies, who broke out of their offensive doldrums with a 12-1 rout Saturday night. Lee (4-4) pitched effectively into the seventh inning for his first home victory of the season. Devin Mesoraco had a career-high four hits for Cincinnati, including two doubles and an RBI. The Reds again played without slugger Joey Votto, who remained in Cincinnati during the three-game series with a left knee injury. Philadelphias offence busted loose for a second straight day. Despite playing in hitter-friendly Citizens Bank Park, the Phillies entered Sunday second-to-last in the NL in home runs with 27. But they were riding the confidence of homering twice while scoring a dozen runs in Saturdays victory, which snapped streaks of four straight losses and 23 consecutive scoreless innings. "Todays game was a momentum game and a build off (of Saturday)," Philadelphia manager Ryne Sandberg said. "It was a carry-over game on the offensive side." Cincinnati starter Tony Cingrani (2-3) returned from the disabled list and gave up three home runs in six innings. After the Reds went up 2-0 in the first on Brandon Phillips RBI groundout and Mesoracos run-scoring double, Rollins hit his 46th career leadoff homer. Nieves followed with a shot to left that tied the game. It was the fifth time the Phillies began a game with consecutive homers, the last coming on Sept. 9, 2004, at Atlanta when Rollins and Placido Polanco accomplished the feat. Chase Utleys fifth-inning groundout scored Lee and put Philadelphia ahead for good. Byrd opened the sixth with a homer to right to push the lead to 4-2. That was enough offence for Lee, who had received very little support at home this season. He entered 0-3 in four home starts despite a 1.55 ERA. Lee gave up two runs and nine hits in 6 2-3 innings with three strikeouts and a walk. He was happy to get some runs for a change. "Its definitely easier to pitch with a lead," Lee said. "Its easier to attack the strike zone, and you can use a little more of the plate and not worry so much if you give up a solo home run or whatever. Its not going to hurt you as bad. If its a close game or aa low-scoring game, every pitch is important.dddddddddddd Not that its not with a lead, but theres definitely more room for error and you can get away with more mistakes." Without Votto, who remained in Cincinnati for treatment during the series for a distal quadriceps strain in his left knee, and slugger Jay Bruce (knee), who went on the disabled list May 6, the Reds were without two key pieces that might have helped in a comeback bid. "The elephant in the room is the fact we have Votto and Bruce unavailable," Reds manager Bryan Price said. "Those are pretty essential pieces. That being said, we do have players getting an opportunity to play and do some things. I was very, very optimistic going into todays game that we were going to do some really good things offensively. We got some things started but we werent able to finish." Price said there is no timetable for Vottos return and wasnt sure whether the four-time All-Star and 2010 NL MVP would make the trip to Washington, where Cincinnati begins a three-game series Monday night. The Phillies took two of three from the Reds and improved to 7-0-1 in home series against Cincinnati since 2006. Byrd upped his team-leading RBI total to 24 with a run-scoring single in the seventh. Asche followed him and broke the game open with a three-run homer to right off Manny Parra that gave Philadelphia an 8-2 lead. "I think good at-bats are contagious, up and down the lineup. 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