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  • 31 Jan
    导出博客文章Ronnie OSullivans hopes of staying in the World Championship hang in the balance
    after sharing the second session with Barry Hawkins. Starting on Sunday 5-3
    ahead, Hawkins, beaten by OSullivan in the 2013 final, kept his cool against his
    rejuvenated opponent as the pair shared the eight frames ahead of Monday nights
    finale.Breaks of 68, 118, 82 and 89 from OSullivan showed he is scoring highly
    enough, but Hawkins clawed his way in front and takes a 9-7 lead into the third
    and final session needing another four frames for his quarter-final spot.
    Four-time champion OSullivan demolished Hawkins 10-1 in the Masters final in
    January and he looked to dominate again on Sunday afternoon by opening up with a
    break of 68.But he lost position when closing on the frame and Hawkins nicked it
    on the black.OSullivan hit back with knocks of 118 and 82, in between a 74 from
    Hawkins, to remain two frames behind at 7-5.Hawkins hit a cool 65 in the 13th to
    open up a three-frame advantage. OSullivan pulled one back with an 89, but it
    was Hawkins who ended the day in command.Judd Trump became embroiled in a
    Twitter row as his title hopes took a major nosedive after falling behind 6-2 to
    Chinas Ding Junhui.The 2011 Crucible runner-up had been tied at 2-2 and while in
    his dressing room during an interval, after making a break of 106 to split the
    opening four frames, Trump objected to a tweet from Welsh cueman Dominic Dale
    who criticised the ball control of the Bristolian. Judd Trump defended his
    skills during an interval session Trump hit back by tweeting: You are clueless.
    Watch my first break of 80 something then watch both his frames.Trump took the
    evenings final frame to trail 6-10 to raise hopes of another fightback to
    match that of his first-round victory against Liang Wenbo.Kyren Wilson continued
    to dictate proceedings against Northern Irelands Mark Allen in their
    second-round tussle and will take a 11-5 lead into Monday afternoons final
    session.Wilson beat Joe Perry in a first-round thriller and was hailed during
    the match by Ronnie OSullivan as a player who could become the worlds best.John
    Higgins carved out a 10-6 lead over Ricky Walden on the other table, putting the
    four-time world champion in a strong position to clinch a quarter-final clash
    against fellow Scot Alan McManus. Also See: Fu through to last eight Trump
    survives scare Robertson falls in Sheffield
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    . Perez, 35, posted a 1-2 record with a 3.69 earned-run
    average in 19 relief appearances last season. His season ended Aug. 9 due to a
    torn ligament in his left elbow. Perez joins infielder Andy LaRoche and catcher
    Mike Nickeas with minor-league agreements for 2014 that include invitations to
    attend spring training.
    . The Cincinnati Reds remain perfect with their speedy rookie outfielder in the
    starting lineup.
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    . Barcelonas entertaining victory ensured the defending
    Spanish champions retained their share of the league lead with Atletico Madrid
    two rounds ahead of their meeting in the capital. Real Madrid needed a late goal
    by substitute Jese Rodriguez to earn a 3-2 victory at Valencia to stay in third
    place and three points behind its title rivals.
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    Marshawn Lynch touchdown was likely greater than Lynchs famous "beast quake"
    touchdown run three years ago, which also came against New Orleans during a
    playoff game. MILWAUKEE -- One big swing released a little frustration for
    Pittsburgh Pirates shortstop Jordy Mercer.After an intentional walk loaded the
    bases for him with two outs in the sixth inning, Mercer hit his first career
    grand slam just over the wall in left-center to help the Pirates beat the
    Milwaukee Brewers 5-3 Friday night.Puts a little chip on your shoulder, for
    sure, Mercer said.With runners on second and third with two outs, starter Matt
    Garza walked Francisco Cervelli to bring up the eighth-place hitter,
    Mercer.Garza got ahead in the count 0-2. Then he hung a pitch over the plate.I
    floated a slider in there, he said.He didnt get help from third baseman Jonathan
    Villar that inning. He committed errors on consecutive at-bats to open the
    sixth.Villar bobbled a bouncer by Andrew McCutchen, then threw wildly to second
    after making a diving stab on Gregory Polancos hard shot.Starling Marte followed
    with an RBI double off Garza (4-6) to break a scoreless tie. Three batters
    later, Mercer connected.You take advantage of those opportunities, Pirates
    manager Clint Hurdle said. In the big leagues, if you want to be an elite team,
    those are opportunities you need to cash in on.The Brewers rallied in the bottom
    of the sixth behind a three-run shot from rookie shortstop Orlando Arcia, his
    first in the big leagues.Pittsburghs problematic bullpen barely held on from
    there to back starter Ryan Vogelsong (3-3).NERVOUS NINTHDomingo Santana popped
    out to end the game with the potential tying run at second.Tony Watson escaped
    the jam for his ninth save. He had allowed a two-out single to Ryan Braun and a
    walk to Chris Carter, and they pulled off a double steal before getting
    stranded.The game boiled down to a couple of mistakes, a bad 0-2 pitch and that
    was the game, manager Craig Counsell said.MOUND MENA pair of veteran
    right-handers, Vogelsong and Garza, kept the bats quiet over the first five
    innings.VVogelsong won for the second time in three outings, allowing four hits
    in 5 2/3 innings while striking out six and walking four.dddddddddddd He has a
    2.48 ERA in five August starts.Ive always been a guy that gets out of stuff,
    sometimes better than others, Vogelsong said. Most of the time, get some traffic
    and make pitches and get out of it.Garza struck out a season-high nine, but
    stomped off the mound after Mercers two-out blast.Thats a tough one to swallow
    for him over there, Hurdle said.ORLANDO BLOOMSVillar was the Brewers starting
    shortstop until a few weeks ago when top prospect Arcia was called up from the
    minors. Villar, who has 50 steals, is still working on the glove at third.Arcia,
    known for his defensive prowess, got a huge confidence boost at the plate. He
    was hitting .182 coming into the night.He pointed into the stands after crossing
    the plate. Somewhere in Miller Park, his sister and two friends were
    watching.Arcia said teammate Martin Maldonado, who was on deck, told him to
    watch for Jared Hughes to leave a sinker up in the zone.TRAINERS ROOMPirates:
    RHP Tyler Glasnow (shoulder) was scheduled to make his next rehab start on
    Saturday for Triple-A Indianapolis.Brewers: RHP Junior Guerra (elbow) was
    scheduled to make on rehab start before returning to the team, likely when
    rosters expand on Sept. 1. Counsell said the team will likely move to a six-man
    rotation when Guerra returns. ... 3B Will Middlebrooks (right leg) will start a
    rehab assignment at Double-A Biloxi this week.UP NEXTPirates: RHP Jameson
    Taillon (3-3) has a 2.25 ERA over his last eight starts, going at least six
    innings in each game.Brewers: RHP Jimmy Nelson (7-13) is 5-2 in seven career
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