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8 июля 2016 г. 10:05

right now is not long term.

LOS ANGELES -- Ryan Vogelsongs intense expression suggested he was locked in from his first pitch. http://www.airmax2016ca.com/nike-homme-roshe-run-print-fleur-rouge-running-chaussures.html . Then he proved it with a season-high 7 1-3 innings of one-run ball. Brett Pill supplied the offence with a two-run homer off Clayton Kershaw and the San Francisco Giants defeated the first-place Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 Tuesday night, ending a streak of 12 straight winning decisions at home by the reigning NL Cy Young winner. Vogelsong (1-2) allowed eight hits while walking three and striking out one. "I tried to slow myself down. I was rushing through that curveball," he said. "I was leaving that up. I just tried to command the zone better." The Giants snapped an 0-6 skid against Kershaw with their first win against him since Aug. 1, 2010. "These games against them seem like theyre always close," Vogelsong said. "It definitely feels like theres a little more energy in here after this win. Hopefully this will be the one that gets us going a little bit." Kershaw hadnt lost at home since April 16, 2011, against St. Louis. "I dont care about that. Its just frustrating to lose," he said. "Its probably one of the better days I felt this season. I had one rough inning, but overall, I felt pretty good." The Dodgers loaded the bases against Vogelsong in the bottom of the eighth inning. Pinch-hitter Bobby Abreu walked, Dee Gordon reached on a bunt single to Vogelsong, and Mark Ellis had a sacrifice bunt. Vogelsong intentionally walked Matt Kemp before turning it over to Javier Lopez, who got Andre Ethier to ground into a double play -- one of four the Giants defence turned a night after committing three errors. "The defence really picked me up," Vogelsong said. "They made some great plays." Lopez got the first two outs in the ninth and Santiago Casilla retired Juan Uribe for his sixth save in seven attempts. Vogelsong pitched into the eighth inning for the first time this season. "This is as strong as hes been this year as far as both sides of the plate, changing speeds," catcher Buster Posey said. "Hes always got such a good focus. Thats whats been so impressive." Kershaw (2-1) had his career-best 10-game overall winning streak end with his first loss since last Aug. 7 at Arizona. He gave up two runs and five hits in eight innings, struck out seven and walked one. Pill homered over the left field wall on his first pitch from Kershaw in the second inning, scoring Buster Posey who led off with a single. Pills homer ended a six-game drought for the Giants, and was just their second in their last 10 games. "Last year he threw me a lot of first-pitch fastballs," said Pill, who recalled going hitless in six at-bats with four strikeouts against Kershaw last season. "Luckily, he left one over the plate. After that he didnt throw that again." The Dodgers run came on James Loneys RBI double in the bottom of the second that snapped his 0 for 13 skid. It was the fewest runs they scored in a loss since a 12-0 defeat at Houston on April 22. NOTES: Giants CF Angel Pagan left the game in the eighth inning with tight left hamstring. Bochy said he may give him a night off Wednesday. ... Dodgers LF Juan Rivera also went out in the eighth after feeling discomfort in his left leg. ... The Giants improved to 7-7 in one-run games this season; while the Dodgers dropped to 9-6. ... Kershaw came within a win of tying Carl Erskine for the longest home winning streak in franchise history. ... Former Dodgers 3B Casey Blake retired Tuesday. The 38-year-old spent spring training with Colorado, but was released in late March and attracted little interest from other teams. Blake played parts of four seasons in Los Angeles, although last season was interrupted by three stints on the DL and neck surgery. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly says he could see Blake working as a major league coach. ... Dodgers INF Jerry Hairston missed his second straight game with a strained left hamstring. http://www.airmax2016ca.com/femme-roshe-run-kpu-nike-chaussures-mint.html . Montoya made 34 saves in his first win in his hometown and Andrew Ladd scored his 150th goal, leading the Winnipeg Jets to a 3-1 victory over the slumping Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday. http://www.airmax2016ca.com/nike-homme-air-max-thea-print-noir-blanche.html .C. -- With their playoff hopes hanging by a thread, the Utica Comets needed someone to step up Saturday night.PHILADELPHIA -- Nick Foles has locked up job security into the next millennium. Tired of answering the same question every week, Eagles coach Chip Kelly said Monday that Foles will be Philadelphias "starting quarterback for the next 1,000 years." Foles has led the Eagles (7-5) to a 5-1 record and a share of first place in the NFC East with the Dallas Cowboys since replacing an injured Michael Vick in Week 5. He leads the NFL in passer rating (125.2) and has thrown 19 touchdowns and zero interceptions. Foles lost the starting competition to Vick in training camp. But hes been excellent in five of his six starts since Vick hurt his hamstring on Oct. 6. It wasnt until Vick was healthy last week that Kelly officially made Foles the starter. Now, Kelly is ready to say Foles is the quarterback of the future. "Because Ive been asked the question a thousand times, so I will say he is the starting quarterback for the next thousand years here," Kelly said. "If Im wrong next week, then Im wrong next week." Kelly was joking, of course. His focus is on the upcoming game against the Detroit Lions (7-5). Foles certainly has strengthened his case to be the teams quarterback going forward, but those decisions are for the off-season. The Eagles are right in the thick of the playoff picture, so questions about the teams long-term plans are not Kellys priority. That explains his sarcasm. "Right now, Im on a one-week deal," Kelly said. "I dont think Nicks going to come in tomorrow and say I dont want to play anymore because you guys dont want me here six weeks from now. So the questions we get asked about it long term, right now is not long term. Long term for us is this Sunday against the Detroit Lions. That is the end of the deal." Then again, teams like New Orleans, Green Bay, New England, Denver and many others know who their starting QB will be next year. http://www.airmax2016ca.com/nike-homme-roshe-run-hyperfuse-mesh-and-suede-uppers-3m-reflective-noir-chaussures.html. Hasnt Foles earned the same security as Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning? "As long as he can stay healthy. Thats what Ive qualified it with all the time," Kelly said. "I dont think anybody can predict the health of anybody. That is a reality. How many quarterbacks have gone down this season in the National Football League? Its a pretty high amount. "Its a very, very difficult game. They take a lot of hits. I understand why they protect the quarterback in this league because of the hits they do take. When you have a quarterback thats durable and can last, thats when you know youve got a guy." Foles is having an exceptional season. He tied an NFL record with seven TD passes in a win at Oakland on Nov. 3 and was the NFCs player of the month for November. He broke Vicks team record for consecutive passes without an interception and extended it to 233. Hes one TD pass away from tying Mannings record set this year for most TDs without a pick to start a season. "I learned through making mistakes and throwing interceptions in high school, in college, and in practice," Foles said of his ball protection. "I try to push it in practice and test my boundaries and see what throws are capable against certain defences. Its through a lot of mistakes that Ive learned that." Despite starting only half the games, Foles has as many TD passes as Brady. Theres no telling what numbers Foles would have had he started the season as the No. 1 QB. "Wed be undefeated, and I think everybody would cancel the season and wed win the Super Bowl," Kelly joked. "I dont look at things that way. I dont mean to be facetious, but if youre going to say hindsight, then, yeah, wed score a thousand points a game and no one would score on us, and theyd be afraid to play us." Cheap Jerseys Wholesale JerseysWholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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