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opening of the SkyDome. Jays legends Jimmy Key and Ernie Whi Zitat · Antworten

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Whenever a Royals pitcher has issued a walk lately, the runner has usually scored. So when Ned Yosts own guys worked a pair of walks against the Yankees on Saturday night in the sixth inning of a tied game, the often-dour manager had an optimistic thought. "Lets turn it around this time," Yost said. Salvador Perez did just that. The big catcher belted a three-run homer into the bullpen in left field, and Eric Hosmer added a solo shot later in the game, sending Kansas City to an 8-4 victory over New York. "Ive said all along, I thought we have home-run power," said Yost, whose team has hit just 26 homers -- by far the fewest in the majors. "Itll manifest itself in time." Alex Gordon, Lorenzo Cain, Alcides Escobar and Nori Aoki drove in a run apiece as the Royals bounced back from an offensively inept performance in a 4-2 series-opening loss Friday night. Aaron Crow (3-1) retired one batter in the sixth in relief of starter Danny Duffy, and breezed through the seventh to earn the victory. Kelvin Herrera and Michael Mariot finished it off. David Phelps (1-4) allowed seven runs on 10 hits and two walks in 5 2-3 innings. "Frustrating is the PG-rated word for it," he said. "I was pitching decent going into later parts of games, but its tough to win ballgames when you give up four runs in the sixth and seventh inning. Its frustrating." Yangervis Solarte drove in a pair of runs for New York, and Carlos Beltran -- whos been bothered by an ailing elbow and is still relegated to designated hitter duty -- got an RBI with his first hit since coming off the disabled list Thursday. "Its like starting over for me," Beltran said. "One day, two days is not going to do it, any difference. Basically you have to play every day and with playing time that will come. I cannot tell you (when). I wish I could know." The Royals struck first when Billy Butler and Gordon led off the second inning with back-to-back doubles, and Cain and Escobar provided run-scoring singles for a 3-0 lead. It took the Yankees until the sixth to answer. Derek Jeter started the rally with a single and Mark Teixeira kept it going with a two-out walk. Beltran followed with an RBI double against his former team, and Solarte tied the game 3-all when his sinking liner to centre field dropped just beyond Cains outstretched glove. Duffy, who appeared bothered by lengthy waits for television breaks between innings, was eventually removed after allowing three runs on five hits and three walks in 5 2-3 innings. The Royals made sure to pick him up. Butler and Gordon worked walks to start the bottom half of the sixth, earning Phelps a visit from Yankees pitching coach Larry Rothschild. It didnt do any good. Two pitches later, Perez sent a no-doubt homer into the bullpen in left field to restore the Royals three-run lead. "We needed that," Perez said. "Its not been easy, but its coming." Cain tripled later in the inning, and Aokis RBI single knocked Phelps from the game. "We just scored three runs. Thats the worst kind of team error right there," Phelps said. "To go out and we have all the momentum right there and in nine pitches gave it right back." It was another poor outing by the Yankees right-hander, who moved from the bullpen into the rotation last month. Phelps has lost four straight decisions, allowing 16 runs in the last three. Hosmers homer leading off the seventh was his first since May 5, a span of 130 at-bats, and Brian Roberts tacked on a run off Mariot in the ninth inning that proved to be moot. "Youve got to keep battling back," Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. "Were still fighting." NOTES: The Yankees have not scored more than four runs in any of their last nine games. ... Yankees CF Jacoby Ellsbury extended his hitting streak to 12 games. ... Royals 2B Omar Infante went 0 for 5, extending his slump to 0 for 18. ... The Yankees chose RHP Mariano Rivera III, the son of longtime closer Mariano Rivera, in the 29th round of the first-year player draft. ... Yankees RHP Hiroki Kuroda and Royals RHP James Shields are scheduled to start Sunday. Wholesale Basketball Jerseys . Kansas City became the first team in baseball history to win four extra-inning games in a single postseason on Friday, as Alex Gordon crushed a leadoff homer in the 10th and Mike Moustakas added the deciding two-run blast in the Royals 8-6 win. Wholesale NBA Jerseys . Weise will have his hearing with the NHL head office over the phone, while the league has requested an in-person hearing with Kassian. Oilers centre Sam Gagner suffered a broken jaw after getting hit with a high stick from Kassian in Edmontons 5-2 win. http://www.nbajerseyschinawholesale.com/. Louis Cardinals, the team will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of the opening of the SkyDome. Jays legends Jimmy Key and Ernie Whitt, members of playoff and World Series-winning teams of the past, will be on hand for the festivities to look back at what was the beginning of the Jays halcyon years. Cheap Jerseys .Mack, a reserve guard who came in averaging 3.8 points, made all six of his 3-pointers as the Hawks went 16 for 28 from behind the arc.Trailing 50-38 midway through the second quarter, Atlanta outscored Cleveland 89-48 the rest of the way and sent the Cavaliers to their largest loss of the season. Cheap NFL Jerseys China . Though the 26-year-old said he was able to participate, coach Dwane Casey kept Johnson out as a precaution.Charlotte, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Cam Newtons two third-quarter touchdown passes and a smothering defensive display kept the Carolina Panthers rolling with a 27-16 victory over the Arizona Cardinals in an NFC Wild Card Playoff. Newton delivered scoring strikes to Fozzy Whittaker and Mike Tolbert that erased a 14-13 halftime deficit, and the Panthers defense made the lead stand by limiting a weaponless Arizona attack to a mere 13 yards and two first downs over the final two quarters. With third-string quarterback Ryan Lindley at the controls, the Cardinals mustered a paltry 78 total yards overall -- the fewest by one team in a playoff game in NFL history. Both of Arizonas touchdowns came on short fields caused by a pair of Carolina turnovers. Lindley did throw a TD pass to Darren Fells in the second quarter, but was intercepted twice -- once near the goal line -- and finished with just 81 yards on a 16-of-28 completion rate. Jonathan Stewart added 123 rushing yards and a touchdown on 24 carries in the fifth straight win for the Panthers, whose late-season surge was good enough to capture the soft NFC South with a 7-8-1 record. Newton hit on 18-of-32 throws for 198 yards with one interception. Carolina will next visit either reigning Super Bowl champ Seattle or Green Bay in the Divisional round, depending on the outcome of Sundays Detroit-Dallas clash. The loss concluded a disastrous stretch run for Arizona, which owned the NFLs best record at 9-1 in mid-November. The Cardinals then lost four of their final six regular-season games with quarterbacks Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton beset by injuries. Arizona capitalized on a Newton interception and a fumbled punt by Brenton Bersin to go ahead at the break, but had minus-three yards during a third quarter in which the Panthers dominated on both ends. Whittaker put Carolina in front to stay with 5:36 remaining in the period by taking a short screen 39 yards to the end zone, with the reserve running back eluding several tackles after cutting across the field and following his blocks down the left sideline. Arizonas Ted Ginn Jr. opted to return the ensuing kickoff after fielding it eight yards deep in the end zone, but the former Panther had the ball dislodged by Melvin White at the 8-yard line and Kevin Reddick recovered the fumble for Carolina at the 3. After Tony Jefferson was called for interference on Greg Olsen on an incomplete pass on 3rd-and-goal, Newton found Tolbert alone in the flat on the next snap for a 1-yard touchdown that staked the Panthers to a 27-14 lead. The deficit proved to be too much for Arizonas punchless offense to overcome, though the Cardinals had a chance to closse the gap when Sam Acho forced a fumble while sacking Newton in Carolina territory with just under 12 minutes left.dddddddddddd Rashad Jefferson returned the loose ball 30 yards to the Panthers 8-yard line. However, All-Pro linebacker Luke Kuechly stepped in front of Larry Fitzgerald and intercepted Lindley on the following play. The Cardinals never threatened afterward, managing only a safety in the final seconds when Carolina punter Brad Nortman deliberately ran out of the end zone to avoid a potential block. Carolinas two costly turnovers negated a 208-65 advantage in total yards for the first half, as well as a 10-0 lead it had built after one quarter. Bersin bobbled away a punt on his own 30-yard line to set up Arizonas first touchdown, Lindleys 1-yard strike to Fells on the opening play of the second quarter that came after the fill-in quarterback delivered a 14-yard completion to Fitzgerald to convert a 3rd-and-10. Newtons cross-up with Jerricho Cotchery later in the frame resulted in Antonio Cromarties interception and 50-yard return into the red zone. Four plays later, Marion Grice stretched the football across the goal line on a 1- yard run for a 14-10 Arizona advantage, with the score initially ruled a fumble that the Panthers recovered but overturned on replay. Graham Gano also pulled a 43-yard field goal attempt wide left to add to Carolinas mistakes, though he hit a 39-yarder late in the half to complete a 9-play, 59-yard two-minute drive. The Panthers appeared to be on the way to a blowout win early on, scoring on their first two possessions that each began on short punts by the Cardinals Drew Butler. Butlers 24-yard kick led to a Gano 47-yard field goal that began the scoring. Newton went 4-for-4 on Carolinas next series, which Stewart finished with a winding 13-yard touchdown that put the NFC South champs up 10-0 with 5:21 left in the first quarter. Game Notes Arizonas 78 yards surpassed the 86 Cleveland managed against the New York Giants in the 1958 Eastern Conference Champi

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