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CLEVELAND -- Jason Kipnis came through in the clutch and survived a mobbing from his teammates.Monday nights 1-0 victory over the Minnesota Twins in 10 innings wasnt easy on any front for the Cleveland Indians.Kipnis single scored Chris Gimenez and gave the Indians a much-needed victory after a 2-5 road trip.Kipnis lined a 1-0 pitch from Brandon Kintzler (0-1) with one out to left-center to finally break up the scoreless game, sending the Twins to their 11th straight loss.Clevelands second baseman faced another challenge after his game-winner. His teammates chased him into center field where they wrestled him to the ground and piled on top of him.It probably wasnt my best idea to keep screaming `You guys cant bring me down to the rest of them, he said.Cleveland has scored one run or less in seven of its last eight games, but that wasnt a major concern following the game.At this time, its nice to get a win in any form, Kipnis said. Hopefully the more wins we get, the more relaxed we can be.Indians manager Terry Francona isnt picky about how his team goes about winning.We talk about it all the time, he said. You want to be one run better. Winning 1-0 in extra innings is heck of a lot better than losing 1-0.Abraham Almonte pushed a bunt past Kintzler and beat the throw to first to start the inning. Gimenez fouled off two bunt attempts before poking a single through the right side with Almonte moving to second.Third baseman Miguel Sano fielded Rajai Davis slow roller and tagged Almonte. Kipnis then hit the second pitch from Kintzler to end the tight game, which drew only 11,327 fans.Zach McAllister (3-2) worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the 10th, retiring Max Kepler on a fly ball to end the inning.The losing streak is Minnesotas longest since Sept. 9-21, 2011.Neither starter was involved in the decision. Trevor Bauer allowed five hits in six innings for Cleveland while Hector Santiago gave up three hits in 6 1/3 innings for the Twins.Andrew Miller of the Indians struck out two with runners on first and third to end the seventh.The AL Central leaders have struggled against the last-place Twins this season. Cleveland is 6-8 versus Minnesota and 29-9 against the rest of the division.When youre trying to find a way out of something like this, you need to make your breaks or have things go your way, Twins manager Paul Molitor said. But thats baseball, you never know from day to day if youre going to be in a pitchers duel or a slugging contest.THE ROAD BACKIndians outfielder Michael Brantley has his right arm in a sling after having season-ending surgery for biceps tendinitis on his shoulder Aug. 15. He had the stitches removed Monday and is expected to be ready when spring training begins. 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There was no hesitation from the 40th-ranked Pospisil, from Vernon, B.C., who admitted that he cut back on his training sessions over the last few days to conserve energy as the long ATP season finishes next week at the Paris Masters. WACO, Texas -- Baylor returns to the football field tonight, but the fallout from the schools mishandling of sexual assault allegations is far from over.Coach Art Briles, university president Kenneth Starr and other key Baylor leaders are gone, dismissed or having resigned after an investigation found the school ignored or failed to investigate several sexual assault claims. And much more change is expected as the university focuses on reforming its Title IX efforts and implementing 105 recommendations from Pepper Hamilton, the Philadelphia law firm hired last fall to investigate the schools handling of sexual assault complaints made by students.That investigation reported widespread failures in the schools Title IX process and raised concerns about the tone and culture within Baylors football program.And yet, as the Bears kick off the 2016 season Friday night against FCS foe Northwestern State, the football program looks a lot like it did before the disastrous offseason.Though interim coach Jim Grobe will be pacing the sideline, the offense and defense will still be run by Briles nine assistant coaches, two of whom are literally his family. His son, offensive coordinator Kendal Briles, and his son-in-law, running backs coach Jeff Lebby, remain on staff.Two other coaches have worked with Briles every day since he took over the program in 2008.Grobe, whose contract only runs through the end of this season, said he kept Briles assistants because they werent accused of any wrongdoing in the Pepper Hamilton report.If you look at what happened at Baylor, we lost our president, our athletics director, our football coach and some operations people, Grobe said. It was dealt with pretty harshly, I think, and why would they stop with the head coach if others did something wrong? Trust me, if I knew anybody else did anything wrong, they wouldnt be here.But now Briles image has been removed from McLane Stadium, where he transformed a Big 12 doormat into a national championship contender. His influence and connections, however, cannot be escaped.Just ask the new coach.Our coaches were very loyal for Art. Our players loved him, Grobe said. He did great things here. And so going forward, I will never diminish anything thats been done here in the past on the field.But its what happened off the field that haunts Baylor and raises so many questions about its future. And its lingering connections to Briles keep returning.Not long after his firing and contract settlement, Briles had a private luncheon for friends and family on July 13 at Torchys Tacos, a restaurant just a few blocks from Baylors campus. Current and former Baylor players attended, as did the assisstant coaches.ddddddddddddBriles was mingling and dining with his former staff and starting quarterback less than a month after his attorneys accused the school of making him the scapegoat for its scandal. Hes still a co-defendant, with Baylor, in a federal civil lawsuit filed by a former Baylor student. Briles might have been paid $15 million to $20 million to go away, but his ties to the school still linger.Grobe, who didnt attend the lunch, didnt object to the former coach meeting with players and coaches.But still the question lingers:Can Baylors culture change even if the key football leaders are mostly the same? The schools interim president, David Garland, seems to believe so, saying the coaches are honorable men who would benefit from education and support through a better Title IX program.When Grobe was hired, deputy athletic director Todd Patulski said: I really relied on our Board of Regents and the report they provided. Ultimately, the directive was to create stability within our coaches and keep them.Thats not what most observers will be watching when Baylors season kicks off, with an expectation that a talented roster will again roll up points and wins all fall.Alison Kiss, executive director of the Clery Center for Security on Campus, whose mission is to work with college communities to create safer campuses through advocacy, education and collaboration, said she believes restoring campus safety and repairing trust in the university begin with transparency, which includes releasing the full Pepper Hamilton report.If youre going to build the trust within your community and your students -- all of your students -- is to be transparent about it, Kiss said. Until thats released, theres going to be a lot of speculation. Theres value in doing that. Youre certainly airing out your dirty laundry, but if youre ever going to change, the one thing we hear from students across the country is they want transparency and fairness. If youre going to build that trust, theres got to be transparency.For Garland it is simpler. Its about the university understanding the priorities need to be changed, even at the expense of football success.I dont think theres any balance, Garland told the Waco Tribune in July. If you have sexual assaults, its unacceptable. I dont care if we go 0-12 -- we cannot have sexual assaults.Baylors season begins today, but these bigger questions remain: Do the school and football program understand the magnitude of the problem? And is the entire Baylor community committed to changing the culture? Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Black NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping China NFL Gear Youth NFL Jerseys Wholesale Discount Jerseys Jerseys From China ' ' '

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