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Autor Wątek: NEW YORK -- The first momentous thing Chris Young did Thursday night was spoil A  (Przeczytany 85 razy)
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NEW YORK -- The first momentous thing Chris Young did Thursday night was spoil Alex Cobbs bid for a no-hitter, saving the Yankees some embarrassment. Yeezy 350 v2 Noir Et Rouge . Then, he gave them a scintillating victory. Young doubled in the eighth inning for New Yorks first hit and launched a three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth that rallied the Yankees to a 5-4 victory over the stunned Tampa Bay Rays. "It feels like youre floating on a cloud. I dont even remember it, to be honest with you," said Young, swarmed by happy teammates and doused with an orange sports drink during his postgame television interview. "All I remember is hitting the ball and being at home plate." Pinch-hitter Martin Prado connected for a two-run shot immediately after Cobb was pulled in the eighth, and the Yankees took two of three in the series by climbing out of a four-run hole for the second consecutive night -- the only times theyve done that all season. Young homered off closer Jake McGee with one out to win it. Clinging to slim playoff hopes, the Yankees finished 5-4 on their penultimate homestand to move within four games of Detroit for the second AL wild card with 18 remaining. Three other teams are between them and the Tigers. Yunel Escobar homered twice and drove in four runs for Tampa Bay. Youngs one-out double ended Cobbs attempt to become the first visiting pitcher to throw a no-hitter at Yankee Stadium since Virgil Trucks did it for the Detroit Tigers in 1952. Six pitchers combined on a no-hitter for the Houston Astros in the Bronx on June 11, 2003. "Wow. I dont think its actually set in yet," Cobb said. He was lifted after Youngs opposite-field drive up the right-centre alley on his 102nd pitch. The right-hander with the funky windup, on quite a roll lately, received a warm hand from a crowd of 32,627 that included former Yankees great Mariano Rivera. "It was tough to break it up at that point," said Cobb, who was a little surprised to be taken out. "At that point I was still in game mode. I looked up at the video board and saw that it was a pretty decent pitch, so I wasnt too upset about it." Prado, on the bench because of a sore hamstring, homered off Brad Boxberger to trim Tampa Bays lead to 4-2. Moments later, Derek Jeter was hit by a pitch in the left elbow and bent over in obvious pain. Jeter stayed in the game, and X-rays were negative. He said he was fine. New York got a bigger scare in the ninth when Chase Headley was struck on the chin by a 98 mph fastball from McGee (4-2). Headley stayed down on his back for a couple of minutes as he was attended to by two trainers. With blood trickling down his chin, Headley sat up and walked off the field with both trainers. He was taken to a hospital for further evaluation. "It doesnt appear he will need stitches. His teeth are all there. I still think you have to get his jaw X-rayed," manager Joe Girardi said, adding that Headley would not travel with the team to Baltimore but could join the Yankees there at some point Friday. Ichiro Suzuki followed with a double and Young, released last month by the crosstown Mets after a season-long slump, drove an 0-1 pitch to left field for his latest big hit in pinstripes this week. Hes made three starts for the Yankees, all as an injury fill-in during the Tampa Bay series, and finished a triple shy of the cycle Wednesday night. "Hes done an awful lot. They said he was a talented player who had a rough year this year," Girardi said. "Its amazing how things can turn around for a player. ... Thats a huge hit for us." Shawn Kelley (3-5) got two outs for the win. Cobb hasnt yielded more than two runs in any of his past 12 starts, a club record and the longest active streak in the majors. Escobar connected twice off starter Michael Pineda, including a three-run shot, for the first multihomer game of his career. BIG FLY It was Youngs sixth career game-ending homer and New Yorks fourth of the season. His previous one came on Aug. 11, 2011, with Arizona. TOUGH ASSIGNMENT Cobb is 5-1 with a 1.69 ERA in nine starts against the Yankees. RAY MATTER The Yankees said Cobbs gem was the deepest a Tampa Bay pitcher has gone without allowing a hit since Matt Garza pitched the teams only no-hitter against Detroit on July 26, 2010, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. TRAINERS ROOM Rays: Manager Joe Maddon said there was nothing new to report on ailing CF Desmond Jennings (sore left knee), who might miss the rest of the season. Jennings sat out his 13th consecutive game. Yankees: LF Brett Gardner missed his fifth straight game with an abdominal injury. Girardi said he hopes Gardner might be able to play this weekend. ... DH-OF Carlos Beltran (right elbow) sat out for the second straight game. UP NEXT Rays: RHP Nathan Karns looks for his first major league win when he makes his Tampa Bay debut Friday night in Toronto. Karns made three starts for Washington last year. Yankees: RHP Brandon McCarthy (6-4, 2.79 ERA) and rookie RHP Bryan Mitchell will be the starters Friday when the Yankees begin a seven-game road trip with a day-night doubleheader at first-place Baltimore. Mitchell has pitched in one big league game, out of the bullpen on Aug. 10, but was primarily a starter in the minors. Yeezy 350 V2 2020 Pas Cher . They probably ruined Tim Duncans hopes of a career change, though. Duncan wants to be a point guard, coach Gregg Popovich revealed Saturday, a wish that wont be granted. Yeezy 350 v2 Citrin Pas Cher . “The fact that he was willing to do the deal the way we wanted it to be done showed that he wanted me to be a part of something great," Lowry said, noting that Ujiri willingness to sign off on the proposal that both Lowry and his agent presented to the GM was the final straw that convinced him to return. http://www.pascheryeezy350v2.fr/ .S. Basketball Writers Association. McDermott, who finished his career at Creighton as college basketballs fifth-leading scorer, accepted the honour from Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson at AT&T Stadium, site of the Final Four.Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at cmonref@tsn.ca. Hi Kerry, Always a pleasure; really enjoy your column. Keep up the good work. In the Bruins/Panthers game Tuesday with less than 10 seconds to play, Tim Thomas - clearly frustrated - took a swipe at Soderberg with his stick. He was assessed a two-minute minor for high sticking. I am curious as to why this was not a match penalty and perhaps even a suspendable action. It seems to me had a skater done a similar action, as blatant as it was, it would be deemed as such. I believe this would fall under Rule 60.4, but am not certain. Can you please comment on this play and explain what the ref/linesman saw (or failed to see), to deem it a mere minor high sticking penalty? Thank you (I was trying to work the word qualm in there somewhere, since I know you like it so much)! Dear Anonymous Friend: I have no qualms in telling you that Tim Thomas deserved a match penalty under Rule 60.4 for the one-handed tomahawk swing with his heavy goalie stick paddle to the neck of Bruins forward Carl Soderberg. Regardless of the score or time in the game, or whether the blow was in retaliation for Thomas being contacted on the shoulder by Soderbergs stick inside the blue paint, a match penalty was warranted based solely on the degree of force and especially the location of the blow with the goal stick to the neck of Soderberg. While no apparent injury resulted to Soderberg this was a very dangerous play that should be addressed by the Player Safety Committee. At the very least, a substantial fine should be levied to Tim Thomas even if that Committee does not deem the stick swing to be worthy of a suspension. It is acknowleedged in the rules that a goalkeepers unique equipment is not only designed to provide protection and to stop the puck but that when used in an altercation can do considerable damage to an opponent. Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Cream White Pas Cher. For that reason, Rule 51.3 provides that a match penalty must be assessed if, in the judgment of the referee, a goalkeeper uses his blocking glove to punch an opponent in the head or face in an attempt to deliberately injure an opponent. The manner in which Tim Thomas used his heavy goalie stick last night falls well within the spirit and intent of the match penalty rule. The reason the referee most likely assessed only a minor penalty on this stick swing was based on his obstructed view from behind the goal line against the end boards. I continually state this not the best location to view plays in and around the goal crease; as a matter of fact it is often the worst position for a referee to stand! I want you to look at the replay clip again; only this time through the eyes of the referee that made the call from behind the goal line. Tim Thomas swing was very quick and accelerated in real-time but most importantly, the ref, from his position, was looking directly through Brian Campbells back as Thomas stick made contact with Soderberg. Campbell then wrestled Soderberg to the ice so both players were now directly in the referees sight line. There was also a minor log jam of players out in front of the net (especially Tom Gilbert and Chris Kelly) that could have prevented the linesmen and the other referee from seeing the full force of Tim Thomas stick blow to Soderbergs neck. As quickly as it can happen, the full effect of a play can be missed or greatly diminished without the best sightline. I have no qualms admitting it, friend! ' ' '
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