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 on: July 11, 2014, 02:19:29 am 
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Sitting near the dugout railing after a strong outing, Matt Garza could only watch helplessly as his shutout evaporated.

A seven-run outburst in the eighth inning by the Philadelphia Phillies led to a 9-1 loss for the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday. It was hard to believe that Garza had a no-hitter going into the seventh.

Instead, the Brewers got swept in four games by the last-place team in the NL East. Milwaukee has lost five straight and nine of 10 heading into an important series this weekend with the St. Louis Cardinals.

With the offense dormant and the bullpen struggling, manager Ron Roenicke is looking for answers.

"The longer it keeps going, the worse things go for us, it gets a little tougher," he said. "We'll come back tomorrow, talk about some things and see if we can get this turned around."

Jimmy Rollins broke up Garza's no-hit bid with a single in the seventh before sparking a seven-run outburst an inning later with a two-out, two-run single off once-lights out reliever Will Smith.

Garza (6-6) had just been pulled from the game to a standing ovation but instead got tagged with a tough-luck loss.

"It happens, man. My job is to not get guys on base. You leave two guys england world cup jersey on, especially two guys with speed, and you pay for it," Garza said. "But it is what it is. You turn the page. We can't dwell on it too long."

The Phillies sent 12 batters to the plate in the eighth and got RBI ground-rule doubles from Ryan Howard and Cody Asche. Rookie David Buchanan (5-5) struck out five in seven innings for the win.

Carlos Gomez scored the Brewers' only run with a solo shot to left-center to lead italy 2014 world cup jersey off the sixth for his 14th homer and a 1-0 lead with Garza' no-hit bid still intact.

It ended quickly after Rollins led off the seventh with a hard chopper past diving first baseman Mark Reynolds for a single into right.

What followed was a swift and startling change of fortunes for a team clinging to the NL Central lead. After climbing to a season-high 19 games over .500 on June 28, the Brewers have watched their 6 1-2-game lead whittle away with second-place St. Louis due in town.

Perhaps more disappointing for the Brewers is that they were swept at home by the last-place team in the NL East that had been swept in its previous series in Pittsburgh.

"I look at the usa 2014 world cup jersey final score and that's ridiculous. We're way too good of a team, we have way too good of a bullpen to let a game get away like that," Roenicke said.

It was another tough outing for Smith, the hard-throwing left-hander who was off to such a good start this season there was talk that he should make the All-Star team as a setup man.

No longer. Smith failed to record an out in the eighth and was charged with five runs, three hits and two walks. His ERA ballooned from 2.16 to 3.24.

Roenicke said he's looking for Smith keep his stuff lower in the zone.

"Every pitcher goes through it when you struggle. I'm just in the middle of it right now, so you just kind of grind away and keep it going," Smith said.

Asche and Dominic Brown had two RBIs each in the eighth. Things were going so well for Philadelphia that pinch-hitter Cesar Hernandez got to come up to the plate twice in the inning.

"Baseball is a funny game. (Garza) goes from a no-hitter to getting a loss and we get no-hit and then win it," Rollins said.

The Phillies' eighth finally ended after Hernandez's infield single was overturned to an out following a Brewers replay challenge.

NOTES: The Phillies swept Milwaukee in four games on the road for the first time. ... Brewers OF brazil 2014 world cup jersey Ryan Braun returned to the lineup after missing a few games with a sore back. He hit fifth for the first time since 2008. ... Roenicke said he hoped to have a decision when asked whether struggling RHP Marco Estrada would start Saturday against the Cardinals. Estrada has allowed a major league-high 27 homers. ... RHP Yovani Gallardo (5-5) opens the St. Louis series on Friday, while Philadelphia returns home to open a weekend series with Washington by sending RHP A.J. Burnett (5-8) to the mound.

 72 
 on: July 11, 2014, 02:19:11 am 
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Skipper Eric Holden and his amateur crew have an insurmountable lead in the final leg of Clipper Round the World, which ends Saturday.

In early October, about a month after Eric Holden and his crew set sail from London in a race around the world, the Henri Lloyd found itself following a migratory whale route.

Whales, Holden said, were “popping up on all sides and not infrequently dead ahead.”

It was during Race 2 of the Clipper Round the World yacht race, and the Henri Lloyd, with its 33-year-old skipper from Vancouver, was headed south from France to Rio de Janeiro.

“The crew had an awareness of the potential consequences were we to hit (a whale), which tempered their usual hysterics at seeing any sort of marine mammals,” Holden wrote in his blog that day.

It’s now been more than 10 months since Holden and his crew left London, and the Henri Lloyd has an insurmountable lead in the world’s longest ocean race. Holden will arrive victorious Saturday at the London finish line.

The event covers 16 individual races over 64,300 kilometres with an overall winner in a Formula 1-style scoring system. It joins together amateur sailors — some who’d never even been on a boat before — with an experienced skipper. Holden is the only Canadian skipper in the race.

Over the course of 11 months, it also provides a lifetime of memories.

There was sailing out of Rio and past the Copacabana Beach, waking up to the lush green hills of Papua New Guinea, and the warm welcome they received when they sailed into Cape Town, South Africa. There was celebrating a race victory in Sydney, Australia, in mid-December, popping champagne while dressed in antlers and Santa hats.

“The greatest part of the experience is seeing the crew develop from amateurs, quite nervous and intimidated by what they’re getting into, to seeing their growth and seeing how confident and competent they now are as sailors,” Holden said.

“I get a lot of pleasure and reward out of that. Leaving Leg 1 from London was my lasting holland world cup jersey 2014 memory just because we didn’t know each other or what we were capable of . . . a large learning curve for all the skippers, as well as the crew.”

Many of the crew members, who are allocated to teams to ensure a similar skill set across the fleet, had no previous sailing experience. They undergo 26 days of training before setting sail.

Holden’s crew includes two nurses, two lawyers, a visual effects artist, an interior designer and a software developer. The youngest member of the crew is 21. The oldest is 74.

The Canadians on board are nurse Fiona Garforth-Bies, heavy duty mechanic James Dick, construction inspector Michael Jauncey, recent college grad Morgen Watson, and finance executive Phil Driver.

The race literature warns: “While the crew may be amateur, no one has told the ocean that. The sea does not distinguish between Olympians or novices and if the Southern Ocean, the Pacific or the South Atlantic decides to throw down the gauntlet, the crews need to be ready to face exactly the same challenges as those experienced by the pro racer.”

Holden and the Henri Lloyd had an 18-point lead over second-placed Great Britain when they sailed out of Den Helder, the Netherlands on Thursday for the final leg. The Henri Lloyd has 155.9 points, Great Britain has 138, while OneDLL has 127.

The 16th race takes the fleet almost 250 nautical miles to London, where the race will finish in the traditional Parade of Sails up the River Thames.

Holden, who was named Sail Canada’s sailor of the month for both April and May, sailed for Canada’s national team for five years. He was the weather forecaster for the Canadian sailing team at the 2012 London Olympics.

Holden is proud of how well his crew has fared in the extreme conditions they’ve faced, saying they’ve developed a good respect for Mother Nature. They’ve seen everything from 86 knot winds (160 kilometres per hour) and “mountainous seas” in the Southern Ocean, to lightning, thunderstorms and waterspouts in the tropics, to the dead wind in the Doldrums — an equatorial region known for bringing boats to a halt.

During a particularly challenging stretch between Cape Town and Albany, Australia, Holden wrote: “The team are loving these conditions and doing everything I could ask of them.

“I don’t know how we can be labelled an amateur team any longer, considering all we have been through together and how they have risen to every challenge. Many top sailors will have gone their whole careers and never experienced conditions like these.”

The gruelling race was conceived in 1995 by English sailor Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, who, in 1969, became the first person to complete an individual circumnavigation of the globe. Knox-Johnston, who still sails competitively at age 75, was climbing a mountain in Greenland, and he and his mountaineering partner brazil jersey 2014 on the trek were talking about the cost to climb Mount Everest.

“I thought ‘That’s an awful lot of money. What’s the sailing equivalent?’” he said. “And (the equivalent cost) is circumnavigation.

“So I did some figuring around on the back of an envelope and came to a conclusion that if I supply the boats, the skipper, training, food and clothing, to people, I could probably get them to go around the world and compete in a circumnavigation for half the cost of climbing Mount Everest.

“ put an advert in the paper and got 2014 World Cup jerseys 8,000 answers, so I thought ‘I’d better do this.’”

Knox-Johnston chose Holden, who has wanted to skipper a yacht since his sister competed in two legs of the 1999 edition of the race, from Argentina jersey 2014 some 180 applicants to become the race’s first ever Canadian skipper.

“He’s very focused. And he’s a meteorologist, which always helps with ocean racing,” Knox-Johnston said on Holden’s success. “His crew obviously thinks very highly of him, he’s showing very good leadership.”

Holden’s isn’t sure of his immediate plans once the race ends, including whether or not he’ll be part of Canada’s sailing squad at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

“Offshore yacht racing is what I do for a living, and when I’m not racing, I’m doing weather forecasting for other yachts,” he said. “This race has taken up all my energy for the past 18 months, so I haven’t had time to look past the end of this race.”

 

 73 
 on: July 11, 2014, 02:18:59 am 
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Suarez and the Uruguayan Football Association challenged the ban - and a nine-match international suspension - handed out after the striker bit Chiellini during his country's World Cup game against Italy.

Uruguayan FA president Wilmar Valdez called the sanctions "totally exaggerated", but FIFA's Appeal Committee has now upheld the original decision.

A FIFA statement read: "The Appeal Committee has decided to reject the appeals lodged by both the Uruguayan player Luis Suarez and the Uruguayan FA, and to confirm the decision rendered by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee on 25 June 2014 in its entirety.

"The Appeal Committee has decided to reject the appeals lodged by both the Uruguayan player Luis Suarez and the Uruguayan FA, and to confirm the decision rendered by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee on 25 June 2014 in its entirety."
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"The terms of the decision taken by the FIFA Appeal Committee were communicated to the player and the Uruguayan FA today."

Suarez, who is expected to leave Liverpool for Barcelona in the near future, can still take his case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

FIFA Cheap soccer jerseys head of media Delia Fischer added: "The relevant decision is not yet final and binding, i.e. an appeal to the Court of Arbitration of Sport is still possible by the player and/or the Uruguayan FA, subject to certain conditions."

The disciplinary committee's initial decision took into account there had been no remorse from Suarez, and the fact it was the third time he had been involved in biting an opponent.

After lodging his appeal, Suarez did then issue a formal apology to Chiellini and vowed never to bite anyone again.


Spanish football USA world cup jersey 2014 journalist Guillem Balague expects the Luis Suarez deal to be completed in the next few days.
Claudio Sulser, the head of FIFA's disciplinary committee, said last week: "The player cannot have any activity related to football, but a medical examination for a transfer, yes - the sanction is not linked to transfer rights."

Asked why the committee imposed a ban that damaged Liverpool, Sulser said: "That's your opinion. It's a sanction against the player. That is the risk if you are a player and you are sanctioned at the World Cup.

"I agree with you it's a problem for Liverpool, but the sanction is in the disciplinary regulations."

Sulser added that the Suarez bite was "a very severe case" but that the sanctions - which also  included a nine-match international ban and a spain jersey 2014 £66,000 fine - were not to set an example, but for "justice".

"This is still an ongoing case and an appeal has been filed, so I prefer not to give my opinion,” he added.

"When the committee was analysing this case, one thing I mentioned in my capacity as the chairman Germany jersey 2014 is we don't need to impose an exemplary sanction, we need to have justice and reached the sanction in a very severe case."


Chief News Reporter Bryan Swanson reports from Fifa's daily World Cup briefing in Rio de Janeiro.
Suarez’s future at club level has not yet been resolved after Barcelona held talks with Liverpool last week over a deal for the striker.

But Suarez has previously been praised by Barca sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta for showing humility by apologising for his bite on Chiellini.

"Suarez has shown he is humble enough to admit an error, which is very important," Zubizarreta told reporters.

"He has been humble enough to apologise to those he has affected, because it happened in the middle of a festival of football. In this case it's the best thing a person can do."

 74 
 on: July 11, 2014, 01:05:10 am 
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Atletico Madrid have confirmed the signing of Bayern Munich striker Mario Mandzukic on a four-year deal.

The Croatia international was Bayern's top goalscorer in the Bundesliga last season with 18 goals, as Pep Guardiola's men easily defended their league title.

However, Bayern completed germany jersey 2014 the signing of Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski on a japan jersey 2014 Bosman transfer, potentially limiting Mandzukic's first-team opportunities at the Allianz Arena.

Milan and Arsenal were heavily tipped to move for the 28-year-old, but Spanish champions Atletico have brought him to the Vicente Calderon as a direct replacement usa soccer jersey 2014 for Chelsea-bound Diego Costa.

"Incorporating Mario Mandzukic is great news because he has the features we are looking for france jersey 2014 in this position," Atletico's sporting director Jose Luis Perez Caminero told the club's official website.

"He is a strong striker with a great passing game and a powerful shot. He allows us to start pressuring the rival from the beginning.

"He combines well with his attacking team-mates and is used to competing at the highest level.

"He is a winner, a player used to winning titles. He will contribute very much."

Mandzukic moved to Bayern ahead of the 2012-13 campaign, and during his time at the Allianz Arena he has won two Bundesliga titles, the UEFA Champions League and two DFB-Pokal medals.

He has also scored 15 times in 52 matches with Croatia, and recently featured at the FIFA World Cup.

 75 
 on: July 11, 2014, 01:05:00 am 
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Barry Hearn says he is "pinching himself" at the possibility of Leyton Orient competing at mexico jersey 2014 the top of English football after selling his stake in the club to Italian businessman Francesco Becchetti.

Dagenham-born Orient fan Hearn has been involved at Brisbane Road since 1995 and will remain at the club as an honorary life-president with new owner Becchetti, who heads renewable energy and waste management firm Becchetti Energy Group, expected to invest heavily in the squad.

Hearn told Sky Sports News: "I always said that if someone came in to take this great club to a new level, then I would be out. I am so confident and excited about what he can do with the club, spain world cup 2014 jersey so out with the old, in with the new. Everyone reaches their sell-by date.

"I think he wants to see how far this team can go. He's going to bring in some serious players.


Barry Hearn is excited by Francesco Becchetti's plans for Leyton Orient.
"The stingy Barry Hearn is gone and the extremely wealthy Italian ower - who's not an idiot, he's not going to just throw money at it - is making a commitment and will give the club a budget it's never had in its existence.

"The manager Russell Slade said to me the other day 'it feels like I've gone from Primark to Harrods' and I think that sums it up.

"I came in as a fan and I'm leaving as a fan. I've run a tight ship, I've been mean and I've run within the rules. We've never had any debts so we were attractive to an acquiring company.

"But there are levels in football - we've seen what happens in fooball when serious funds are available. I'm having to pinch myself at how fortunate this club has been.

"We're going to be the envy of every small club. It took a long time to find the right person. But with Francisco there is passion and substance and there is a man who is prepared to pay his way to achieve the goals.

"He portugal 2014 world cup jersey has eyes on bigger things - it's germany 2014 world cup jersey going to be a fascinating time for Orient fans going forward."

Hearn admitted it wasn't a difficult decision to relinquish control of the club and said he would have sold up even if Leyton Orient had achieved promotion to the Championship last season.

"I had to look myself in the mirror and do what was right for this club. We're only custodians," he added.

"The club goes on and I'm so excited about some of the news that will come out in the next few days because in Francesco we have acquired a passionate Italian man who is moving his family to England and making a commitment to this club to take it forward. That's an opportunity too good to miss."

 76 
 on: July 11, 2014, 01:04:32 am 
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Country trainer Rod Northam finally broke through for his first win in the Ramornie england world cup jersey after a brazil 2014 world cup jersey frustrating run of outs.

Northam trained Big Money's dam Lyn's Money to win eight races for owners Phil and Leona Gunter and Tracey Wallace. Tracey's husband Clinton is in Big Money.

"His mother ran in the Ramornie about 10 years ago and she ran midfield," Northam said. "She was a really good mare for us.

"He was her third foal, but unfortunately she died three or four days later from a snake bite.

"Being a country boy, the Ramornie is the premium country sprint in NSW.

"Growing up I always heard the stories about the Ramornie winner so it was a race I have always wanted to win."

Northam took Big Money to Queensland to win the Group 3 WJ Healey Stakes (1200m) at Eagle Farm on June 21 at his first start north of the border. The four-year-old has won seven races and finished second four times from his 11 starts.

"We intend to bring him over," Northam said. "He's been very good and ultra consistent.

"He is a horse who is coming up usa 2014 world cup jersey through the ranks nicely and a race like the Winterbottom looks good for him."

Thompson has won more races than any other jockey in the country having notched his 4000th win this season. He keeps a record of all his wins in his textbooks.

He won the 2008 Australian Oaks on Heavenly Glow and on Wednesday became only the second jockey to win back-to-back Ramornie Handicaps on two occasions.

The 56-year-old jockey equalled the feat of Cecil "Skeeter" Kelly when Big italy 2014 world cup jersey Money wore down Rocky King in the Ramornie, after winning last year on Youthful Jack and in 2007-08 on The Jackal. Kelly was successful on Travatore (1955-56) and Blue Dart and Glanceful in 1958-59.

Northam and Thompson came within an ace of winning the Grafton carnival's big three races with Myamira successful in Sunday's South Grafton Cup (1600m) and Husswick running fourth in Wednesday's Grafton Guineas (1600m).

Northam will give Big Money a one-month spell to focus on the Melbourne spring carnival.

"I haven't had a chance to map out a program but we are looking at a few of those sprint races over the Melbourne Cup week," Northam said.

The Gunters bred Bel Esprit, who won the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes and Doomben 10,000 and went on to sire Black Caviar.

 77 
 on: July 11, 2014, 01:04:12 am 
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Cuban cyclist, Vicente Sanabria, who represented Antigua & Barbuda at the John T Memorial Cycling Race held in Anguilla over the weekend was the country’s best finisher at the event, finishing second in the Elite Class.

The rider, who has Argentina jersey 2014 been participating in the Antigua & Barbuda Cycling Association (ABCA) domestic season for the past two years, clocked 3:30.42 to finish just one second behind Elite winner Gregory Errin of St Martin.

Antigua & Barbuda’s National Champion Jyme Bridges Jr could only manage a sixth place finish with a time of 3:31.13, while veteran Robert Marsh was eighth in a time of 3:31.23. Andre Simon finished in the 12th position with a time of 3:34.30.

Marvin Spencer, the other Antiguan in the race, could not complete the 80-mile course.

Sanabria, describing the race as “more challenging than those held in Antigua,” said his hope is to one day, live in and represent Antigua at similar meets.

“For me it’s a pleasure to race for Antigua and maybe I want, in the future, to live in Antigua and to race against other countries for Antigua. I love Antigua,” he said.

“It is different because in Antigua the races are small and in Anguilla it is 120 kilometers but here in Antigua I need more distance because it is very important that there is more competition for the guys in Antigua,” the Cuban added.

The country also had 2014 World Cup jerseys good showings in the Juniors and Pre Juniors divisions. Tesheed Gordon clocked 3:46.11 to finish third in the Juniors, while Joel Phillip (37:41.402) and Nigel Fabian (37:43.589) were second and third, respectively, in Pre Juniors.

President of the Cycling Association, Cliff Williams said despite not getting more podium finishes, the country had commendable performances.

“The three led the race for at least 90 per cent of the distance; from the beginning they were at the top until in the last five to six laps they were caught by the chase group and then in the end Vicente and the rider from France went in one and two sprinting for first and second,” he said.

“A lot of kudos, a lot of compliments have been coming via email and Facebook in terms of the level of Antiguan riders at the John T Memorial Race,” Williams added.

The other Antiguan rider, brazil jersey 2014 Neil Lloyd, finished eighth in the Masters Division with a time of 2:43.09.

 
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 78 
 on: July 11, 2014, 01:03:46 am 
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David Meyler insists Hull City can benefit from featuring in the UEFA Europa League this season.

In recent seasons, a host of Premier League clubs have seen their domestic form adversely affected by the demands of playing additional games in Europe's second-tier competition.

However, Meyler is confident Hull, who are preparing for a maiden European campaign after finishing as FA Cup runners-up last term, can buck that trend.

The Republic of Ireland international told the Hull Daily Mail: "The Thursday and Sunday schedules are difficult but players won't complain because you're playing constant football.

"I see it as a great opportunity to play against new teams. I know the Premier League spain jersey 2014 is our bread and Germany jersey 2014 butter but I feel as though we can use the Europa League to our advantage. It'll be great for us.

"We're all excited about it. Reaching the group stages has got to be the minimum aim. That's what it's all about."

While the new Premier League season does not get under way until August Cheap soccer jerseys 16, Hull will be back in competitive action at the end of this month.

Steve Bruce's men are set to begin their Europa League adventure on July 31, with the first leg of a third qualifying round tie against an as yet undetermined opponent.

"It's been a shorter summer than normal but we've all come back in and (are) looking forward to the next USA world cup jersey 2014 few weeks," Meyler added.

"It's not a huge amount of time to get ready. It's four weeks since I finished with Ireland so it's go, go, go.

"But that's the best way for it to be. We've got competitive games coming up straight away and we want to make a right good go of the Europa League."

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 79 
 on: July 11, 2014, 12:36:30 am 
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 80 
 on: July 10, 2014, 09:17:32 pm 
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Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert is convinced former England international Joe Cole still has the fight and determination to make an impact in the Premier League.

The 32-year-old midfielder signed for Villa after his contract with West Ham ended last month when he agreed to become part of Lambert’s squad.

After rising to prominence as a teenager, Cole won 56 England caps germany jersey 2014 during japan jersey 2014 a career which took him from Upton Park to Chelsea, Liverpool and Lille, but his contribution has diminished in recent seasons.

However, Lambert usa soccer jersey 2014 is convinced he still has what it takes to succeed and perform at the highest level.

The Villa boss told the Birmingham Mail: "As soon as you start to lose the fire from your stomach as a footballer, there's no point.

"He still wants to do really well and he's still hungry to do really well.

“That's a sign of a top, top player.

“If you have still got the attributes at that age that you france jersey 2014 had when you were 16 or 17 starting out, you will not go far wrong.

“He can make things happen. If he can perform the way I know he can then we have got a really good player on our hands.”

Lambert says he was keen to snap up Cole as soon as he found out that the midfielder had become available, as he believes the former Chelsea man’s experience will be hugely beneficial.

“That one intrigued me, when I noticed all of it I thought ‘I am going to try and see if we can do something’,’’ he added.

“He has won things at the highest level, played in masses of big games, massive England games and knows what it’s like to win things.

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