It might have one of the biggest wins of the season for the slumping Winnipeg Goldeyes. A team that had lost a season-high five straight games came from behind with a Ray Sadler solo homer in the eighth to tie it and then ground out a 4:13 6-4 win in the 11th, as the Fish beat the Quebec Capitales on the road in Quebec City. With the win, the Goldeyes improved to 25-26, but remained four and a half games back of first-place Fargo in the American Associations North Division. "We handled the pitching really well tonight," said Goldeyes pitching coach Jamie Vemilyea on Paul Edmonds TSN 1290 post-game show. "Matt (starter Rusch) gave us six pretty strong innings and we saved Downing for the ninth and the 10th and then (Patrick) Keating was ready to shut it down in the 11th. Our bullpen was able to keep us in it and our veterans got it done at the end. Ray Sadler put us on his back tonight. It was a big win for us." The Goldeyes fell behind 2-0 in the bottom of the first, but came back with a pair in the top of the second. Ryan Scoma doubled and then Casey Haerther singled him home. Haerther went to third on an error by the leftfielder and scored on a single by Josh Mazzola. Winnipeg took a 3-2 lead in the third, as Ray Sadler hit his 12th homer of the season and second as a member of the Goldeyes, but Quebec took a 4-3 lead in the sixth on a two-run homer by Rene Leveret. Sadler hit his second of the night, another solo blast, leading off the eighth and Winnipeg tied it. No one scored again until the 11th. The Goldeyes had two out when Mike Coles singled, Sadler singled and Scoma walked to load the bases. Quebec pitcher Eduardo Nunez then walked Casey Haerther to send Coles home and walked Mazzola to drive in Sadler. That gave Winnipeg a 6-4 lead heading to the bottom of the 11th. Closer Patrick Keating then came on in the bottom of the 11th to shut down the Capitales and preserve the Goldeyes first win since last Friday night. Sadler was the hitting hero for the Goldeyes with three hits in six trips, two solo homers, three runs scored and two driven in. Mazzola went three-for-four with two RBI; and Scoma, who is now hitting .348, went two-for-three with three walks and a run scored. Kaohi Downing (1-4, 2.95 ERA) got his first win of the season for the Goldeyes with 1 1/3 innings of shutout baseball, including getting out of a jam in the bottom of the 10th inning with runners on second and third. Keating (2.63 ERA) earned his ninth save. Nunez (0-1, 9.00 ERA) suffered the loss for Quebec. The Goldeyes and Capitales play Game 3 of this four-game series on Saturday night at 5:05 p.m. CDT at Quebec Stadium. The game can be heard live on TSN 1290. Coverage begins with Around the Association at 3:30 p.m. Wholesale Basketball Jerseys .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. China Jerseys . Paul Pierce couldnt believe he missed at the end. Young scored a season-high 26 points to spark a huge effort from the leagues most productive bench, and Los Angeles beat the Brooklyn Nets 99-94 on Wednesday night after blowing a 27-point lead. http://www.chinanfljerseysforsale.com/ . SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. NFL Jerseys Shop Cheap . Clarkson had been dealing with an elbow injury in early January and will be out of action for at least one week. He has three goals and five assists through 36 games with the Leafs this season. Cheap China Jerseys . Both players have lower body injuries that will keep them out of the lineup until at least January 31, which is the first game they can be activated from IR. MEXICO CITY -- Olympic gold medalist Tommie Smith returned to Mexico City to light the torch honoring late Raiders owner Al Davis before Oaklands game against Houston.Raiders owner Mark Davis invited Smith to make the trip with the team. It is Smiths second time back in Mexico City since he famously raised his black-gloved fist with bronze medalist John Carlos as a sign of black power following his win in the 200-meter finals at the 1968 Olympics.ddddddddddddAfter lighting the torch in a pregame ceremony, Smith waved to the crowd at Azteca Stadium and raised his right fist to a loud ovation.---For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP-NFLCheap NFL T-shirtsDiscount JerseysWholesale NFL GearWholesale Nike NFL JerseysWholesale Jerseys From ChinaChina NFL JerseysCheap Nike NFL JerseysJerseys WholesaleCheap Jerseys Free ShippingChina Jerseys CheapStitched JerseysNFL Jerseys ChinaJerseys NFL CheapCheap Stitched JerseysCheap NFL Jerseys Authentic ' ' '