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  • 13 May 2019
    导出博客文章(Sports Network) - The Minnesota Twins and Toronto Blue Jays will meet up on
    Sunday in the finale of a three-game series at Rogers Centre. Both of these
    teams have been on either side of a shutout in the first two games of the
    series. On Friday, the Blue Jays were powered by Mark Buehrle and Jose Bautista
    and earned a 4-0 win. On Saturday, the tables turned as the Twins rolled to a
    6-0 victory. Mike Pelfrey was strong for the Twins as the starting pitcher and
    he tossed six shutout innings while allowing three hits and as many walks. Brian
    Dozier was the star on the offensive side and went 2-for-4 with a home run and
    four RBI. The Twins snapped a six-game losing streak with the win. Maicer
    Izturis went 3-for-3 for the Blue Jays, but the rest of the team was a combined
    1-for-25 without any extra base hits. R.A. Dickey made the start for Toronto,
    but let up six runs on seven hits in seven innings of work to take the loss, the
    fourth in the last five games for the Blue Jays. Coming off his best start in
    almost a month, Scott Diamond will try to keep the success going when he starts
    for the Twins on Sunday. Diamond, who is 5-7 with an ERA of 5.18 on the
    campaign, pitched 6 2/3 solid innings against the Yankees last Monday. Diamond
    allowed three runs, two of which were earned, while tying a season-high with
    five strikeouts. The Twins still lost the game, 10-4, but it was the first time
    since June 2 that Diamond held an opponent to fewer than four runs. This start
    will mark the third start of Diamonds career, and first of this season, against
    the Blue Jays. In the first two starts, Diamond has split the decisions while
    positing an ERA of 1.50 in 12 innings of work. Todd Redmond will make his first
    start of the season on Sunday when he gets the ball for the Blue Jays. Redmond
    was recalled from Triple A on July 3 after Chien-Ming Wang was designated for
    assignment. This will be his second appearance since that call up. In the first
    outing on Wednesday Redmond pitched three scoreless innings of relief in a 6-2
    loss to Detroit. When he makes the start on Sunday, it will be his first since
    August 18 of last season when Redmond pitched 3 1/3 innings for the Cincinnati
    Reds in his first career appearance. Redmond has never faced Minnesota.
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    was all punts and field goals before Kodi Whitfields catch.
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    Alexander Steen scored a power-play goal with 59. .
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    Houston won 3-0 to advance to face New York in the Eastern Conference
    semifinals. Last in the game, Di Vaio and Romero got into a shoving match with
    several Houston players. Romero appeared to elbow and kick Houston defender Kofi
    Sarkodie. Ecco Schuhe Schweiz Online
    . The Americans, skipped by John Shuster, seized the advantage in the eighth end
    by scoring five points for a 7-3 lead. The Czechs pulled two back in the ninth,
    but Shusters team of third Jeff Isaacson, second Jared Zezel and lead John
    Landsteiner ended with another point to secure the last Olympic berth on offer.
    After a big day on the track,?Hauraki firmed drastically in the Cox Plate
    markets. Who were the best backed horses and who caused heartache? See all of
    the best & worst in the Racing Wrap.DOOMBEN:Best Backed: $3.20 into $1.95,
    Pepperanno captured 45% of the hold in Race 6 and landed punters a princely
    sum.Hard Lay: War Baby - $2.80 out to $5.00 - was wisely skirted around in Race
    3.Bookie Basher: Well found at $5.00, Race 5 winner Hi Harry was a bad beat for
    the fixed odds team.Early Bird: See Pepperanno above.Flop: Crunched from $4.20
    into $2.50 in Race 8, Man Of His Word missed the frame.CAULFIELD:Best Backed:
    Polar Vortex was pummelled from $5.50 into $2.60 in Race 9, but the son of
    Fastnet Rock left it in the bag.Hard Lay: No one wanted El Sicario in Race 2,
    who opened $4.20 and drifted to 7.00.Bookie Basher: Shillelagh jumped $3.40 with
    two thirds of the money in Race 8. Damian Oliver did the dosh justice.Early
    Bird: Slypheed was $7.00 into $4.20 in Race 7 and got the money for the earlyy
    shoppers.ddddddddddddFlop: Buckler - $10 into $5.50 - was instead the one they
    came for, but the cash went astray.RANDWICK:Best Backed: $2.50 into $1.85, Jorda
    held 70% of all money bet in Race 1 and got punters got off to a flyer.Hard Lay:
    Its Somewhat was one of the safer bets on the card, but few were keen to step
    into the $1.55 in Race 2.Bookie Basher: Hauraki touched $9.00 an hour before the
    Epsom. Smart punters pounced and the result was the biggest payout of Spring to
    date.Early Bird: At one stage, $10 was on offer about Takedown in Race 9. He
    jumped $6.50 and, once again, took care of his more fancied rivals.Flop: English
    was well found in the last, even though she was $3.10 out to $4.10 late. Once
    more, she proved costly.FUTURES MOVERS:Cox Plate: Hauraki $35 into $13.Oaks:
    Moqueen $151 into $15.Derby: Nemrud $35 into $15, Mongolian Falcon $101 into
    $41. ' ' '