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20 мая 2016 г. 12:42

of fans chanting Let us in! converged on the

PHILADELPHIA -- An unlikely hero emerged for surging St. http://www.eurocopaespanashop.es/camiseta-alvaro-morata-euro-2016.html . Louis as the Cardinals kept alive their playoff push while putting the Philadelphia Phillies title celebration on hold. Adron Chambers drove in the go-ahead run with his first major league hit and Tyler Greene added an RBI double in the 11th inning to help St. Louis beat Philadelpha 4-2. "It was a great example of what weve been doing," Cardinals manager Tony LaRussa said. "The guys were outstanding. We hung in there and got a great win. It was a huge moment for Adron and Tyler Greene got a big hit." St. Louis appeared to have the game won in the ninth, but Corey Patterson dropped Carlos Ruizs drive to right with two outs allowing the tying run to score. The Phillies (97-51), who have already clinched no worse than the wild card, saw their magic number cut to one for winning their fifth straight NL East title when second-place Atlanta lost to the New York Mets 12-2. "We didnt do enough hitting tonight to get there," Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said. "Were going to clinch. I like our position. Nobodys scared. Were going to do it." Yadier Molina homered and Albert Pujols went 4-for-4 for the Cardinals, who have won eight of nine and closed within 3 1/2 games of the Braves for the NL wild card lead. St. Louis remained 5 1/2 back of Milwaukee in the NL Central. "Well see if we can ride this," LaRussa said. Kyle McClellan (12-6) pitched a scoreless 10th, and Fernando Salas earned his 24th save in 29 chances with a scoreless 11th. Chambers, batting for the second time in his career since his Sept. 6 callup, lined a single to right off Michael Schwimmer (1-1) to score Rafael Furcal and give St. Louis a 3-2 lead. Greene followed with a double off the top of the wall in left to plate Pujols and put the Cardinals up two runs. Chambers was tagged out at the plate trying to score from first. "It was a real thrill," Chambers said. "Im really happy about it. The situation came up for me. I was able to get the job done. Right now Im just trying to play hard. These guys have been here all year so Im just trying to help as much as I can. "I hope another chance comes up so I can do it again." The Cardinals were leading 2-1 with two outs in the ninth when Ruiz drove in the tying run with a drive to right field. Patterson, a defensive replacement, got to the ball in time but it went in and out of his glove just inside the line in deep right to allow pinch-runner Michael Martinez to score. The play was first ruled a hit before being changed to an error. Martinez was running for Philadelphia slugger Ryan Howard, who was not in the starting lineup for the fourth time in nine days with a nagging ankle injury, but came on with two outs in the ninth and doubled to right, just beating Pattersons throw with a headfirst slide. It was the second straight big pinch-hit for Howard, who drove in the winning run in Thursday nights 2-1, 10-inning victory over Florida. "We wouldve liked to have done it tonight but we look at the positives and move forward," Philadelphia centre fielder Shane Victorino said. "We were able to come back and we didnt give up. Well look at the positives and come back tomorrow." St. Louis appeared on its way to victory when Molina broke a 1-1 tie with a solo homer in the eighth off the foul pole against Antonio Bastardo. The Cardinals catcher also gunned down John Mayberry Jr. at second with an impressive throw in the seventh. "Youve just got to see him every day," LaRussa said of Molina. "Ive never seen anyone better." Bastardo, who has been surprisingly dominant this season, has struggled of late. Beginning Sept. 3 when he took his first loss of the season at Florida, the Philadelphia left-hander has allowed five runs on four hits while walking three in his last five appearances. Jaime Garcia pitched seven strong innings and kept the Phillies batters off-balance all game, allowing just one hit outside of the second inning when Philadelphia managed four hits, including two infield singles, and one run. The left-hander was in line for his 13th victory, which would have matched his career high for wins in a season. He finished with four strikeouts against two walks. "Im pleased with what I did and glad we got the win," Garcia said. "Weve got something special going on and the main thing is to win for the team." Phillies starter Vance Worley pitched six solid innings, allowing one run on six hits while striking out five and walking three. The NL Rookie of the Year candidate was coming off Sundays 3-2 loss at Milwaukee that snapped a streak of 14 games in a row won by the Phillies in his starts. His record remained at 11-2 while his earned-run average dropped slightly to 2.85, from 2.92 entering the game. The Cards took a 1-0 lead in the second when Worley walked in a run, but the right-hander escaped further trouble when he got Allen Craig to ground out with the bases loaded for the final out. John Mayberry Jr., starting in place of Howard, hit an RBI double in the bottom of the frame to tie it at 1, but the Phillies also stranded the bases loaded when Jimmy Rollins popped out to second. Philadelphia remained five wins shy of setting a single-season franchise record for victories. Notes: The Phillies have scored three runs or less in their last eight games, going 4-4 in those contests. ... LaRussa recorded his 1,400th career victory. ... Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday missed his second straight game with an inflamed tendon on his right middle finger. ... Pujols has now reached safely in 32 straight games. ... The Phillies crowd of 45,572 was their 197th regular-season sellout and 210th in a row counting post-season. ... St. Louis Jake Westbrook (12-8, 4.61) is scheduled to face Roy Oswalt (7-9, 3.88) in the second game of the four-game series at 7:05 Saturday night. Camiseta España Eurocopa 2016 .com) - Speed skating has belonged to the Netherlands at the Sochi Olympics and that did not change on Tuesday. Camiseta Cesc Fabregas Seleccion Española . Canada was 2-0-2 in the round-robin portion of the tournament and had trouble finding any offensive spark. That changed in the playoff portion, as 17-year-old Boyd Devereaux scored a clutch marker late in the semi-final to beat Russia 3-2 and then opened the scoring in the final as Canada beat the United States 2-0 to claim gold.COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State football fans took to the streets after their teams championship victory early Tuesday, yelling and screaming in delight, setting nearly 90 fires and tearing down an Ohio Stadium goal post.Police made a handful of arrests after using tear gas and pepper spray to disperse crowds of Ohio State University students and other fans following the Buckeyes win.Officers on foot, on horses and in cruisers patrolled the main drag through campus after midnight, when revelers spilled out of nearby bars to celebrate the football teams 42-20 win over the University of Oregon in Dallas.Thousands of fans chanting Let us in! converged on the Ohio State football stadium, where police used tear gas to turn them away. Most headed back to the bar area, where cruisers lined the street and officers limited pedestrian and vehicular traffic.Fans tore down a temporary goal post used for high school games on the south end of the Ohio Stadium field, university spokesman Dan Hedman said.University police responded to various places in and around campus, including Ohio Stadium, the universitys Mirror Lake, a popular student gathering spot, and the neighbourhood north of campus.Courtney Olesh, a 19-year-old economics and finance major from Kent, witnessed the early morning scenes on campus.There was like a foog, because there was so much tear gas being used, Olesh said. Eurocopa 2016 Camisetas. The 89 fires reported to the Columbus Fire Department involved trash bins, Dumpsters and couches. The fire department said it responded to three reports of people with injuries in the campus area.Some police officers used pepper spray to clear an estimated 5,000 revelers from the streets, while canisters of tear gas also were deployed. The crowds began going home within about two hours.Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs said officers tried to use as little force as possible to control those celebrating. She said repeated requests for people to clear the streets were ignored and fire trucks couldnt get through the crowds to respond to fires.She said the energy level of the crowd increased as the number of people grew.It was getting amped up, Jacobs said. What we know is that when crowds start to behave that way that bad things can happen.WCMH-TV, showing images of revelers burning a couch, reported that police arrested a handful of students, who could face criminal and university charges.Gunfire in the campus area after the game was reported by police dispatchers, with no reports of injuries, the Columbus Dispatch said.No problems were reported in Oregon.___Associated Press writer Ann Sanner contributed to this report. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale JerseysCheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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