#1 Castellanos single. Porcello was pitching exac von miaowang123 07.09.2019 04:21

The 2014 NBA Draft witnessed a record four Canadians drafted and another record 14 players suiting up on NBA Summer League rosters. It will be another landmark season for Canadians playing in the NBA, particularly with key roles. Now that all the draft dust has settled, the big question is: Whats next?...or more importantly, whos next? Some took the prep school route in the States, while others played basketball at home - get to know the next wave of Canadian players to enter the NCAA ranks. The 2014 Class may not include as many one-and-done players as 2013, but its not for a lack for talent. Trey Lyles is the biggest prospect out of the pack and, while he was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, he grew up in the Hoosier state of Indiana. Lyles was recruited by the nations best in Kentucky head coach John Calipari, who has proven he has an eye for NBA-caliber talent. Meet the next wave. Trey Lyles, 610” Power ForwardHometown: Camby, IndianaHigh School/Prep: Arsenal TechSchool: University of Kentucky*Chris Egi, 69” Power Forward/CentreHometown: Markham, OntarioHigh School/Prep: Montverde AcademySchool: Harvard University Marial Shayok, 65” Shooting Guard Hometown: Ottawa, OntarioHigh School/Prep: Blair AcademySchool: University of Virginia *Tristan Etienne, 69 Power Forward Hometown: Abbotsford, BCHigh School/Prep: W.J. MouatSchool: University of WashingtonJabari Craig, 610 Centre Hometown: Toronto, OntarioHigh School/Prep: Fishburne Military SchoolSchool: USC Nemanja Zarkovic, 63” Guard Hometown: Montreal, QuebecHigh School/Prep: BrebeufSchool: Fordham University Kevin Zabo, 63 Point Guard Hometown: Sherbrooke, QuebecHigh School/Prep: Brewster AcademySchool: San Diego State University Raynold Kasongo, 69” Power Forward Hometown: Toronto, OntarioHigh School/Prep: Phase 1School: University of Oregon *Drew Urguhart, 68” Forward Hometown: Vancouver, BCHigh School/Prep: St. Georges School: University of Vermont Francis Kiapway, 63” Guard Hometown: Hamilton, OntarioHigh School/Prep: St. Thomas MoreSchool: Ball State University *Jadon Cohee, 64” Point GuardHometown: Vancouver, BC High School/Prep: Walnut GroveSchool: Seattle University Trae Bell-Haynes, 62” Point Guard Hometown: Toronto, OntarioHigh School/Prep: Bill Crothers Secondary SchoolSchool: University of Vermont * - Players with an asterisk were members of the 2014 Junior Mens National Team that earned a silver medal at the FIBA Americas tournament in Colorado last month. 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Jordan Greenway Wild Jersey .com) - The Oklahoma City Thunder will try to get back on track Monday night when they welcome the Minnesota Timberwolves to Chesapeake Energy Arena.DETROIT -- Ian Kinsler took off toward second base and kept on going. By the time the Los Angeles Angels finished throwing the ball all over Comerica Park, Kinsler had scored one of the wackiest runs hes ever been a part of. "It was an unusual play," Kinsler said. "Ive never seen it before." Kinsler scored in the first inning when the Angels made three errors on one play, and the Detroit Tigers went on to beat Los Angeles 2-1 on Sunday. The Angels made another error in the sixth, helping Detroit score its second run. Rick Porcello pitched seven sharp innings for the Tigers. The Angels took a 1-0 lead in the first on an RBI single by Howie Kendrick, then let the Tigers tie it in the bottom of the inning in slapstick fashion. Kinsler was on first and began running on a 3-2 pitch to Miguel Cabrera. It was ball four, but catcher Hank Conger threw to second anyway, and the ball sailed into centre field. Kinsler went to third, and when centre fielder Mike Trouts throw back to the infield went past the second baseman and shortstop, the Detroit runner tried to score. It looked as if the Angels would have a play on Kinsler, but pitcher Hector Santiago picked up the ball near the mound and threw wildly to the plate. Kinsler scored and Cabrera went to second. "Im not sure I would have wanted him to go home," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said. "But it worked out for us today, and Ive said this on a number of occasions when baserunning mistakes have cost us a baserunner: Id rather they err on the side of being aggressive." Conger, Trout and Santiago were all charged with errors on the play. "That was a lot happening on one play, and it was obviously a strange one. We thought we had Cabrera struck out, and all of a sudden they had a run in and a runner on second base," said Angels manager Mike Scioscia, a former catcher. "When you are a catcher, you cant wait for the ump to make the call on that pitch. You know where the ball was, and you knoww what the call should be.dddddddddddd Hank thought it was strike three, and hes following through with the throw. After that, things didnt go well." In the sixth, Conger threw wildly to first trying to pick off Austin Jackson. It was his second error of the game, and Jackson went to second. Nick Castellanos followed with an RBI single to put Detroit ahead 2-1. Porcello (2-1) allowed a run and five hits, striking out four and walking one. Three relievers finished, with Joe Nathan pitching the ninth for his third save in five chances. Santiago (0-3) allowed two unearned runs and two hits in 5 2-3 innings. He walked five and struck out seven. Santiago threw 119 pitches and was wild throughout, but the Tigers never really solved him. He was lifted after walking Jackson with two outs in the sixth. Reliever Kevin Jepsen came in and was victimized by Congers error and Castellanos single. Porcello was pitching exactly one year after allowing nine runs in two-thirds of an inning against the Angels -- and he also gave up seven runs to Los Angeles in a start last June. On Sunday, he allowed three straight singles in the first inning but kept the Angels quiet after that. Albert Pujols hit a first-inning single but remains at 498 homers as Los Angeles heads to Washington to play a three-game series against the Nationals. Trout, who struck out four times Saturday, went hitless Sunday and grounded out with the tying run on second in the eighth. NOTES: The last time a team made three errors on one play was on April 16, 2007, according to STATS. Baltimore made three errors on one play in the third inning against Tampa Bay. ... Kendrick had three hits. ... Rajai Davis and Alex Avila struck out three times each for Detroit. ... The Tigers begin a four-game series against the Chicago White Sox on Monday night. Detroit RHP Anibal Sanchez (0-1) faces Chicago LHP John Danks (1-0). Los Angeles RHP Garrett Richards (2-0) starts against Nationals RHP Tanner Roark (1-0). ' ' '

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