#1 n Tuesday but he is still frustrated with von miaowang123 27.08.2019 03:56

TORONTO -- R.A. Dickey won his third consecutive decision on Tuesday but he is still frustrated with his inability to get through the seventh inning. "I get a good 18 hours to beat myself up and then its time to turn the page and enjoy that we won the game," Dickey said after he failed to retire any of his four batters in a three-run seventh inning by the Cleveland Indians. "I do have an expectation of myself thats better than what Im producing." With Juan Francisco and Adam Lind each driving in two runs and left fielder Melky Cabrera throwing out a runner at the plate to end the eighth inning, the Blue Jays defeated the Indians 5-4. Dickey (4-3) allowed five hits, two walks, one hit batsman and four runs-- two earned-- in six-plus innings. "The good news is I feel like Im pounding the zone and pitching to contact and I had a great knuckleball," Dickey said. "But I am not making it easy on myself or my team in those later innings. "Quite frankly, I feel a little bit embarrassed that I havent been able to get through seventh innings with some of the stuff that Ive hadaI had some really good change-ups tonight and had a swing and miss knuckleball and was pounding the zone and on a different night I might have been able to go seven or eight." He has pitched seven innings once this season, a loss to the Houston Astros on April 10. Cleveland right-hander Justin Masterson (2-2) allowed six hits-- including Franciscos homer that snapped a 1-1 tie in the fifth-- three walks and five runs in 5 1/3 innings. "First time through the order he went through them really well," Indians manager Terry Francona said. "He got a couple of balls up that they stayed on pretty well. We just couldnt get one big hit." The victory in the opener of the three-game series against the Indians (18-21) gave the Blue Jays (20-20) their second win in a row after dropping three straight to the Los Angeles Angels. The Indians appeared to be set to take Masterson off the hook for the loss and take the win away from Dickey with two out in the top of the eighth inning. But Cabrera cut down the potential tying run with his throw home. Clevelands Carlos Santana, who led off the inning with a single against left-hander Brett Cecil and took second on a passed ball, was out at the plate after Yan Gomes lined a single to left. "That was just heroic, thats what that was," Dickey said. "It saved the game." "It was possibly the game right there," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. "They come back and tie it you never know whats going to happen." Casey Janssen pitched the ninth for his first save of the season in his second appearance after coming off the disabled list where he was placed Mar. 29 with a back problem. "Hes reliable," Gibbons said. "Its good to have him back." Cleveland took a 1-0 lead in the third on a single to right by Nick Swisher. Jose Bautista made a tumbling attempt at a catch on the sinking drive that scored Mike Aviles, who singled with two out and took second on a walk to Michael Bourn. The Blue Jays tied the game in the fourth on a triple to left-centre by Jose Reyes and a sacrifice fly to the warning track in centre by Cabrera. Francisco hit a 1-0 sinker to right centre for his sixth homer of the season with one out in the fifth to give the Blue Jays a 2-1 lead. Francisco started at third base to get his left-handed bat into the lineup against Masterson and Brett Lawrie started at second base. The Blue Jays added three runs in the sixth, two on a slicing double by Lind to left centre that scored Cabrera, who led off with a walk, and Bautista, who had an infield single. Francisco doubled down the right-field line to score Lind. Masterson was pulled for left-hander Josh Outman after Lawrie walked. The Indians answered with three runs in the seventh after Dickey faced four batters without an out. "It seemed like the wheels were falling off but overall in the game he was tremendous," Toronto catcher Josh Thole said. Asdrubal Cabrera singled, David Murphy reached first on Lawries error on his sharp groundball, Gomes walked and Lonnie Chisenhall was hit by a pitch to force in a run. Left-hander Aaron Loup allowed a one-out single by Bourn and a sacrifice fly by Swisher to cut the lead to one. NOTES: The Blue Jays recalled outfielder Kevin Pillar from triple-A Buffalo where he was batting .305 with one home run and 19 RBI. Pillar started in centre field Tuesday while Colby Rasmus rested his mild right hamstring strain, but it seems unlikely he will need to go on the disabled list. a Infielder Jonathan Diaz, who played on Monday to give regular shortstop Reyes a rest, was returned on option to Buffalo. a Blue Jays right-hander Dustin McGowan (2-1, 4.63 earned-run average) will start Wednesday against right-hander Corey Kluber (3-3, 3.48 ERA). Yeezy 350 V2 España . Hamilton signed offensive linemen Mike Filer, Joel Reinders, Landon Rice and Carson Rockhill. Yeezy Baratas España . A lawmaker is hoping the buzz from California Chromes run for the Triple Crown might build support for a bill that would place the U. http://www.yeezyespana.com/ .com) - Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer were among the third-round winners Friday at the French Open. Yeezy España . Players suspended during the season for a performance-enhancing drug violation will not be eligible for that years post-season. In addition, discipline will increase from 50 games to 80 for a first testing violation and from 100 games to a season-long 162 for a second. A third violation remains a lifetime ban. Yeezy Rebajas . Numbers Game looks into the Wild getting Matt Moulson from Buffalo. The Wild Get: LW Matt Moulson and LW Cody McCormick. OTTAWA, Ont. -- The Florida Panthers may have come into Ottawa with new leaders, but they left with a familiar result. Kyle Turris had a goal and an assist in the Senators 3-2 win over Florida on Saturday, spoiling the debut of the Panthers new coaching staff. Kevin Dineen was let go as the head coach of the Panthers on Friday along with assistant coaches Gord Murphy and Craig Ramsay. Dineen was replaced with Peter Horachek, who was the coach of Floridas minor-league team in San Antonio. Original Florida captain Brian Skrudland -- who had been serving as the teams director of player development -- and former Panthers centre John Madden became the replacements for Murphy and Ramsay. The trio had barely 24 hours, and one practice in order to get the team ready for a pair of weekend games. "Its impossible and its not going to happen so what you can do is make little changes," Horachek said after the game. "What you hopefully are going to create is an attitude about work. When there are changes, people hesitate. You know, theyre not playing the way they need to, just reacting instead of thinking, and so you add a little bit each time and hopefully youre going to continue that and get them to a place where the work is fun and the work is solid and consistent." Mika Zibanejad and Clarke McArthur also scored for the Senators (7-6-4), who won for the third straight time. Lehner made 25 saves for the win. Nick Bjugstad and Marcel Goc replied for the Panthers (3-10-4), who have now lost eight straight, despite a 28-save performance from Tim Thomas in his first game back after missing six straight with a lower body injury. "Were starting to feel pretty good about ourselves," Senators coach Paul MacLean said. "I thought the way we played was pretty solid and Robin Lehner gave us another good game. We also kept the shots under 30 which certainly gives our goalies a chance to play well. "I thought our penalty killing, especially the five-on-three in the third period with Derek Grant, Marc Methot and Jared Cowen was outstanding and a big reason why we won the game." Trailing 3-1, the Panthers had a two-man advantage for a minute and 17 seconds in the third period and despite controlling the puck for nearly the entire time, they were unable to beat Lehner and put only three shots on net. The Senators took four minor penalties in the third period alone. "That five-on-three was huge," Senators defenceman Methot said. "Its very frusstrating as a player, especially towards the end when were taking all those penalties.dddddddddddd Its like were trying to give them an opportunity to get back in the game, but Lehner was huge for us back there." Less than three minutes after the second penalty ended, Goc beat Lehner with a wrist shot to pull the Panthers to within a goal. The Senators scored the only goal of the second period on the front end of a five-on-three power play. After passing the puck around the Panthers end, McArthur was finally able to put a one-timer past Thomas after taking a pass from defenceman Erik Karlsson. Two quick goals by the Senators put the Panthers on their heels early and presented the visitors with a deficit from which they were never able to recover. The first goal came off the stick of Turris, but it was the work of Bobby Ryan that made it possible. Ryan broke in alone on the Boston goal and was stopped by Thomas, but Ryan followed the puck to the corner and sent a pass to Turris at the edge of the faceoff circle. Turriss shot promptly beat Thomas with at 1:45. Just 19 seconds later, Zibanejad scored from behind the net as he banked a shot off Panthers defenceman Erik Gudbranson and in following a Florida turnover in their own end. "The game started out a little scrambly and I felt a little out of sorts at the beginning and kind of wasnt awake for that first goal," Thomas said. "I wasnt expecting a shot to come from that angle and I had to get back into game type of thinking rather than practice." The Panthers got on the board one minute later on a great effort from Bjugstad, when he got away from Karlsson and cut to the front of the net to jam the puck past Lehner. Karlssons defence partner, Cowen, also appeared to back off while in front of the net allowing Bjugstad extra room. The rest of the period featured multiple odd-man breaks for both sides and a lot of back-and-forth play, but no more goals. Notes: Eric Gryba and Joe Corvo were both scratches for the Senators Saturday afternoon while the Panthers Scott Gomez and Jacob MarkstromaBobby Ryan collected a first-period on the Senators first goal Saturday and in the process extended his point streak to six game (3G 7A)a Dineens coaching record with the Panthers was 56-62-28, including 3-9-4 this seasonaWhile sitting out the first game of a three-game suspension, Panthers forward Jesse Winchester not only missed out on playing his 250th NHL game, but also facing the team on which he played his first 233 games. ' ' '

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