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A Tour takes a one-week break before the seasons fifth major

 
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BeitragVerfasst am: 15.12.2017, 02:51    Titel: A Tour takes a one-week break before the seasons fifth major Antworten mit Zitat
It was another tough night for the Winnipeg Goldeyes in Sioux City, Iowa. Marcel Schmelzer Jersey . The Goldeyes (45-29) fell 8-0 to the Sioux City Explorers (33-42) in front of 586 fans at Lewis and Clark Park on Monday night. The starting pitchers for both teams were strong out of the gate, keeping the game scoreless through three and one-half innings. Alex Caldera, who started on the mound for Sioux City, earned the win as he kept the Goldeyes off the scoreboard through his six innings of work, only giving up two hits. "Yeah he pitched really well," said Goldeyes Pitching Coach Jamie Vermilyea on the Jewel 101 post-game show. "His fast ball was working and he took it to us." Matt Jackson, the Goldeyes starter, was able to sit down nine Explorers batters in order in the first three innings. He was charged with the loss though as he gave up the Explorers first four runs. "He kept us in this game," Vermilyea said about Jackson. "He unfortunately just got ambushed by Barrows." The Explorers Peter Barrows broke the two teams deadlock with a two-out two-run home run in the bottom of the fourth. "Weve been hurting a lot on two out hits on this road trip," added Vermilyea. The home team then doubled their score in the sixth as they brought two more around to score on two hits. They added three more runs in the seventh, and then one more in the eighth. The Xs were paced by shortstop Tommy Mendonca who had two hits, and drove in four runs. "We just couldnt keep them off the scoreboard," said Vermilyea. The Goldeyes batters were unable to solve the Sioux City pitchers, as they only mustered four hits and were struck out eight times. Reggie Abercrombie was one of the Goldeyes batters who got a hit, and with the single, Abercrombie extended his season high hitting streak to 13 games. The Goldeyes and Explorers will play game three of their four-game series on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. Winnipeg will send Ethan Hollingsworth (6-0) to the mound to face Sioux Citys John Straka (6-4). "We need to throw some zeros, it starts with the guys on the mound. If we can put up some zeros on the board and get some timely hitting then we stand a chance," said Vermilyea of tomorrows game. The two teams will then wrap up their series on Wednesday before the Goldeyes return home to face the Wichita Wingnuts in a series that starts Thursday. Lukasz Piszczek Jersey . Jamies number grades given are out of five, with five being the best mark. Tuukka Rask, Boston Bruins (5) – He had a brilliant game; it was a huge response for his average games before. Ousmane Dembele Jersey .9 million deal Thursday. The 25-year McGinn had 19 goals and 19 assists in 79 games last season in helping the Avalanche tie a franchise record with 52 wins. http://www.dortmundfcshop.com/c-11-pierre-emerick-aubameyang-fc-borussia-dortmund-jersey.aspx . Both sides came closest to scoring in the first half, when Roma had a goal from Mattia Destro waved off for offside and Inters Rodrigo Palacio headed high. "A draw was a fair result. Neither squad had many chances," Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic said. PORTLAND, Ore. -- Austin Ernst won the LPGA Tours Portland Classic on Sunday with a par on the first hole of a playoff against South Koreas I.K. Kim. It was the first professional victory for the 22-year-old Ernst, who shot a 5-under 67 in the final round to get to 14 under at Columbia Edgewater. Kim, the first- and second-round leader, carded a 68. Kim missed an eight-foot par putt in the playoff that handed the win to the American. A year ago as a rookie in Portland, Ernst shot a third-round 62 on the way to a ninth-place finish. In Ernsts mind, Columbia Edgewater was a likely place for her first career win. "A lot of good memories coming into this year. I was very confident coming in, knowing I could make a lot of birdies," Ernst said. "I knew that I didnt have to do anything special today because I had three really good rounds to start with. Coming down the stretch, I was very proud of how I handled everything." Ernst pulled into contention with a 5-under 31 on the front nine, highlighted by a chip-in eagle at the par-5 fifth. Kim made four birdies and no bogeys. South Koreans So Yeon Ryu and Chella Choi tied for third at 12 under. Ryu, last weeks Canadian Womens Open winner, shot 70, while Choi had a 68. Ernst was in control after she converted a long birdie putt at the par-4 14th to get to 16 under and a two-stroke lead. But she stumbled down the stretch, missing the green at Nos. 17 and 18, resulting in bogeys. That opened the door for Kim and Ryu, but only Kim capitalized. At the par-4 18th, Kim missed the green long with her second shot, but chipped to three feet and made the par putt to force a playoff. Ryu, at 14 under heading into 18, made double bogey after hitting her second shot from a fairway bunker into a greenside pond. Ernst finished about 20 minutes before Kim and Ryu. First thing Ernst did, after signing her card, was call her father Mark. "Those are probably two of the hardest holes on the course. When I talked to my dad, he said if you made those bogeys anywhere else in the round, no one would say anything different. So, really solid round," Ernst said. In the playoff, Ernst rolled a 35-foot putt to within 18 inches. Kiim missed the green with her second shot, chipped to within eight feet, and then missed the par putt. Emre Mor Jersey. Kim, a three-time LPGA winner, was bidding for her first victory since 2010. After playing the entire final round without a bogey, Kim made one during the playoff. "Ive been missing quite a few of those. I think its just the speed of the green," Kim said. "I played in a lot of playoffs, but I havent won one yet. So it was in the back of my mind. But she deserves it." At 18, Ryu was in position to win the tournament outright or earn a spot in the playoff, but her tee shot landed in a bunker. It got worse when Ryu hit her approach into the water. "These days I have been struggling with hitting fairway bunker shots. As you saw, my result was really bad," Ryu said. "It feels great to be in contention again, and I saw a lot of positive things this week, so honestly, Im disappointed with my finish, but still happy with my result." The three third-round leaders faded. South Koreas Mi Jung Hur shot 73 to finish at 10 under, while defending champion Suzann Pettersen of Norway and Spains Carlota Ciganda were at 9 under after 74s. Frances Karine Icher shot the days low round of 66 to join a group at 11 under that included Denmarks Line Vedel and South Koreas Na Yeon Choi and Eun Hee Ji. Choi shot a 68, while Vedel and Ji each had a 70. Anna Nordqvist of Sweden was at 8 under after carding a 69. Juli Inkster, the 1999 champion, shot 72 to finish 6 under. Gigi Stoll, a senior at Beaverton High School who won the Portland Classic Amateur Open to earn a berth in the field, shot her third 71 of the tournament to finish at 1 under. South Koreas Jeong Jang and Hee Won Han played in their final LPGA event after announcing their retirement early last week. Jang was even par after a 72, while Han finished at 3 over following a 72. Jang was a three-time runner-up at Portland during her career. "Good to retire here. Im never going to forget Portland," Jang said. The LPGA Tour takes a one-week break before the seasons fifth major, the Evian Championship in France from Sept. 11-14. Pettersen is the defending champion. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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