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DENVER -- Cameron Rupps 465-foot home run was the teams longest in five years until Maikel Franco one-upped his teammate with a 471-foot shot an inning later.Not a big deal, says Rupp. Hes just happy it meant another win for the surging Philadelphia Phillies.Rupp and Franco provided most of the pop, Zach Eflin got his second big league win and the Phillies beat the Colorado Rockies 10-3 on Sunday in their final game before the All-Star break.Rupps two-run homer in the seventh inning was the longest by a Phillies player since Ryan Howard hit a 470-foot shot on May 13, 2011. Francos three-run shot in the eighth was the longest since Howards 473-foot blast on September 18, 2009.Rupps home run is tied for ninth in the majors this season, per Statcast. Francos is fourth.They all count the same, said Rupp, who tied a career high with four RBI. They were both good ones.Philadelphia has won 10 of 13 games.Eflin (2-2) allowed two runs in six innings. He gave up seven hits, struck out three and walked two in his follow-up to a complete-game win against the Braves on Tuesday. Since allowing nine runs in his debut, Eflin has a 2.20 ERA in five starts.This Rockies team is a darn good hitting team, especially in Denver, and he handled them pretty well, Phillies manager Pete Mackanin said. I was very pleased.Philadelphia had five consecutive batters reach base and scored three runs with two outs in the third off starter Tyler Chatwood (8-5). Freddy Galvis and Franco singled and Tommy Joseph walked to load the bases. Cody Asche followed with a two-run single and Rupp added his first RBI single of the day to give the Phillies a 3-1 lead.Rupps second RBI was a single to center field off Chatwood to push the lead to 4-1 in the fifth. His third and fourth came off slumping reliever Jake McGee in the seventh.Galvis RBI single and Francos home run extended the lead to 10-2 in the eighth.Carlos Gonzalez homered, Nick Hundley hit a pair of doubles and Brandon Barnes tripled for Colorado. The Rockies have lost nine of 12.They just beat us, Hundley said. They flat out played better than we did.Trevor Story, who remained tied for the NL rookie record for most home runs before the All-Star break at 21, scored on Hundleys second double of the day in the sixth to trim the lead to 4-2 before the Phillies rallied for the next six runs.Gonzalez hit his 19th home run of the season in the eighth.Chatwood allowed four runs and needed 93 pitches to get through five innings. He walked three and struck out two in his first loss since coming off the disabled list with a mid-back strain July 5.REVERSE ROBBERYTyler Goeddel got a taste of his own medicine when Barnes robbed him of a hit with a leaping grab in left field. Goeddel made a similar grab late Friday to help preserve a Phillies win.EFLINS WALK STREAK SNAPPEDEflin had not allowed a walk in his previous 21 innings before conceding a four-pitch pass to Charlie Blackmon to start his day.STUMPF REINSTATEDLHP Daniel Stumpf, a rookie reliever for the Phillies, was reinstated from his 80-game suspension Sunday. Stumpf was suspended and placed on the restricted list April 14 after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs.TRAINERS ROOMPHILLIES: OF Odubel Herrera (foot) returned to the lineup after taking the night off Saturday. He will be the Phillies lone representative at the All-Star Game on Sunday.ROCKIES: LHP Chris Rusin (shoulder) threw three innings of a simulated game Sunday. ... OF Gerardo Parra (ankle) is running and will start adding baseball activity soon.UP NEXTPHILLIES: RHP Jeremy Hellickson (6-6, 3.92) will take the mound Friday after the All-Star break against the Mets. 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Europe should be favourites for the Ryder Cup -- but have found a winning formula by portraying themselves as underdogs.That is the opinion of one of golfs foremost performance psychologists, Dr. Bob Rotella, as the build-up to next weeks contest at Hazeltine intensifies.Europe have won the last three matches and six of the last seven, despite facing United States teams laden with players ranked among the highest in the world.And once again the US are the most heavily backed, with home advantage, more top-20 players and fewer rookies all perceived to be factors in their favour.But, as Rotella points out, that can count for little if the team ethos is not correct.For some reason we keep individual records of players achievements in the Ryder Cup, but all that really matters is did the team win, Rotella told the Press Association.If you go undefeated as an individual and your team loses, nobody cares. If you lose all your matches and your team win, it doesnt matter. You have to get guys to forget about their individual records.Europe have dominated it but every time Europe somehow manage to be presented as if they are the underdogs and America are supposed to win. I dont know where the logic in that comes from.So, I am sure Europe will continue to try to convince everybody they are the underdogs, even though they have won a bunch of them, and I am sure America will try to figure out a way to take the pressure off themselves and convince people that Europe should win.In this regard the role of the captain is crucial and Rotella expects Europes Darren Clarke and US counterpart Davis Love to be thorough in their approach.Rotella knows the pair well as they are among scores of players he has worked with in more than three decades in elite golf. The American has helped deliver more than 80 major titles to players across the mens, womens and senior tours, with Padraig Harrington, Rory McIlroy and Graeme MMcDowell among the beneficiaries.ddddddddddddRotella, speaking as part of a promotion for Standard Life Investments, said: I have known Darren and Davis for years and am very close friends with both of them.Each of them will be trying to do everything possible to help their team win and it involves getting themselves in a great state of mind, getting themselves to believe in their teams, and then getting the team to believe in their leadership.That is ultimately what it is about and then we spend a lot of time just getting the head in the right place to play. A lot of these Ryder Cups are won by teams that cope the best.It is in this facet that the Americans often seem to have come unstuck, notably at Gleneagles two years ago when their failed quest culminated in a public row between captain Tom Watson and senior player Phil Mickelson.Rotella hopes the Americans respond to that scarring experience and deliver a more positive performance this time.He said: Was it something the captain failed to do or did the team just not buy into what he was trying to get them to do? The bottom line is it doesnt matter if you want to blame individuals or the captain - both sides all have to buy in.It certainly appeared that Paul McGinley and his team did a lot better job of buying in last time. He did an unbelievable job.I dont think anyone knows everything that went wrong with the US but it sure looked like they didnt get done what they needed to get done in terms of being a team. That is the kind of stuff that tends to happen when you lose a bunch of competitions in a row.I think it is a lot easier to get people to buy in when youve won but, on the other hand, I think with this American team, they have lost so many in recent years I think they are probably going to bond very closely. ' ' '

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