#1 news is that they travel to Saskatchewan next to p von miaowang123 07.10.2019 10:36

The Winnipeg Goldeyes were firing on all cylinders on Sunday afternoon. The Goldeyes (39-23) took the rubber match of their series against the Kansas City T-Bones (30-32) by a score of 9-3 in front of 4,301 at CommunityAmerica Ballpark in Kansas City. Winnipegs starter Nick Hernandez was strong on the mound and earned the win. He worked seven and two-thirds innings and his only real blunder came in the seventh when he gave up three runs on four hits. Hernandez set the T-Bones down in order in five innings, had five strikeouts and gave up no walks. "Nick was throwing all of his pitches for strikes, and he kept the T-Bones batters off balance," said Goldeyes Pitching Coach Jamie Vermilyea on the Jewel 101 Post-Game Show. "He was getting strike one on pretty much everybody, and when you get a head of batters you can dictate how each at bat goes." The Goldeyes bats that were swinging well on Saturday night continued to be lively on Sunday. Six Fish batters had multiple hits, and three had multiple RBI. The Goldeyes scored in five different innings. "We started scoring early and often, and that takes a lot of pressure off your pitchers," said Vermilyea. It would all start in the top of the first, as the Goldeyes would take a three-run early lead on five hits. After being sat down in order in the second the Goldeyes came back looking for more in the third. After Tyler Kuhn got on base on a single, Donnie Webb would step up three batters later and hit a two-run home run to extend the Goldeyes lead to five. The next inning the Fish would produce two more runs on a home run from Josh Mazzola. In the fifth Webb would come around to score his second run of the game on a RBI single from Reggie Abercrombie. Two innings later the Goldeyes would tack on their ninth run of the game. Jake Blackwood got on base on a single and then was driven in by Abercrombie, giving Abercrombie his third RBI of the game. "Hes an RBI guy for us," said Vermilyea of Abercrombie, "thats why we got him. Today, he put the ball in play and when you do that good things are going to happen." The T-Bones would get too little too late in response. Going into the bottom of the eighth the home team had only two hits, but in the inning they would hit four singles and score three runs. Cephas Howard would come to the mound in relief of Hernandez in the bottom of the eighth, and he did his job, putting out Danny Richar to end the inning. Taylor Sewitt would finish the game for the Goldeyes, as he would pitch a scoreless, 1-2-3 ninth inning to secure the win. The Goldeyes now travel home to take on the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks in a three-game series that goes Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with all three games starting at 7 p.m. Adidas Ozweego España . - Kevin Labanc and Joseph Blandisi were a potent combination for the Barrie Colts on Friday night. Adidas NMD R2 Hombre .That is precisely what they got Sunday.The Ravens trailed at halftime and never built a comfortable lead against lowly Jacksonville, yet did just enough to squeeze out a 20-12 win to stay in the thick of the AFC playoff race. http://www.baratasnmd.com/adidas-continental-80-baratas.html .J. -- Pitcher Carl Pavano is retiring after 14 major league seasons. Adidas Prophere Baratas . The 49ers announced the deal Thursday. San Francisco selected Kilgore in the fifth round of the 2011 draft out of Appalachian State. He has played in 33 regular-season games, plus all six playoff games the last two seasons. Zapatillas Adidas NMD R2 . -- On any given day here at his companys Silicon Valley headquarters, Vivek Ranadive is ready to compete against any employee who wants to challenge him to any contest.Drama, drama and more drama. Week 11 in the CFL had storylines in each game that were easy to understand and enjoyable to watch unfold. Calgary improved to 8-2 and Edmonton regressed to 1-9. And still, the majority of the attention was on Ed Hervey and his critical comments about his team - specifically Simeon Rottier. Now I do understand the frustration that he feels as a key management individual because his vision and desires have evaporated. And were only in September. But it was the wrong way to handle it. If Edmonton had won 42-3, Hervey would have looked like a genius with his confronting and motivating. But it didnt happen. Kris Sweet was caught on camera berating his players after pass protection problem and that didnt work either. Both Hervey and Sweet I have a lot of respect for, but there has to be a better way. Pro football is a tough business and one that has a level of pressure that not all can handle and in some moments need to stay private. From the players perspective, especially if youre young, you become so conscious of avoiding mistakes that you hesitate letting go and being aggressive. Confrontation does work, but confrontation in a public venue is difficult to deal with and accept. Edmonton has become this very interesting psychological study of human emotion under stress and its results. And which way it gravitates is speculation at this point. Now lost in all the drama with Edmonton is Calgarys 8-2 record - tied for first place and John Hufnagel completing his 100th game as the teams head coach (Congratulations, coach!). In Hamilton, the story is whats wrong with the B.C. Lions and (dont know) and what is right with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (that I do know). The man with a plan is Kent Austin and his plan is being seen in a physical form on the football field. Dennis McPhee has slowly but consistently improved the Ticats defensive line to a point that now they are a group of game changing athletes. Each positional increment has progressed, but the challenge has now changed for Hamilton as the schedule has now changed. Gone are the Eskimos and Bombers,, here are the Stampeders and Riders and all the teams that are polished and winning.dddddddddddd. Its often said that the personality of a team is reflected in the head coach. Well, if I could describe Kent Austin in one word it would be "steady." Not to high, not too low - just maintaining focus on the goal of winning football. The team is like that too. Just getting a little better each week, game by game and not letting opinion and criticism get you down. They have a big challenge this week at the 8-2 Stampeders, but win or lose this Ticat team will not panic - just progress. With Toronto, a very significant 37-30 win in Montreal and a bounce back game for Zack Collaros in so many ways. They did not play well last Tuesday in their disaster of a 20-9 loss and did not play very well in the first half of their 37-30 win. Collaros was 12-of-18 for 100 yards and an interception in that half with one yard rushing. In the second half, there was a different confidence level and a different result - 18-for-25, 236 yards with two touchdowns and 41 yards rushing. When the times were toughest, Collaros responded with his best for some excellent drama. The Argos are now 6-4 and thats the good news. The bad news is that they travel to Saskatchewan next to play a Rider team coming off a loss in Winnipeg. And how about Winnipeg! You have to go back to July 4 to find the last registered win for Bomber football - 19-11 over Montreal. Now I can still say this and that and that and this about what has to improve but why not just enjoy the experience of winning as for one week? The pressure is off! And a good trade for the Bombers too - Pierce returns to the Lions for a fresh start and with Akeem Foster they get a tall Canadian target with genuine upside. Now the Bombers have Edmonton in back-to-backs and need to sweep the Eskimos. If they do - you never know. Thats right, I am saying you still have a chance! So with Week 11 over and Week 12 about to begin, Im certainly looking forward to another new discussion of dramatic stories. Should be very interesting. ' ' '

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