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16.04.2018 10:54
SEATTLE -- Jake Odorizzi did his job on the mound backing up what David Price did the previous night for Tampa Bay. [url=http:// Antworten

SEATTLE -- Jake Odorizzi did his job on the mound backing up what David Price did the previous night for Tampa Bay. Jered Weaver Jersey . It got overshadowed by the concern for how long the Rays could be without All-Star second baseman Ben Zobrist. Odorizzi pitched one-hit ball, but the Rays lost Zobrist to a dislocated thumb during a 2-0 win over the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday. Zobrists injury isnt considered serious. But the Rays are not sure whether hell end up on the disabled list or be able to play through the injury. Rays manager Joe Maddon said the club would likely make a decision on Thursday after seeing how the thumb responds. "Were getting different opinions. I think a lot of it has to do with how sore he is tomorrow, how swollen and sore," Maddon said. "That could indicate DL. That could indicate maybe not." Zobrist hurt his left thumb on a headfirst slide while trying to steal second base in the fifth and yelled in pain. The valuable all-purpose player jammed himself into the bag after being tagged out, walked off the field holding his hand and later had his thumb adjusted back into place. Zobrist said having the thumb put back in hurt more than jamming it originally. X-rays to check if there was a fracture were negative. "I guess best case scenario is it heals very quickly and I can get back on the field, maybe within a week," Zobrist said. "Thats unlikely I think and I think theyre trying to decide whether I need to go on the DL or not. Well see what decision is made." Odorizzi (2-3) picked up his first win since the opening week of the season, teaming with three relievers on a combined two-hitter. Odorizzi allowed only two baserunners, both on walks, and then retired 12 straight batters before James Jones broke up the no-hit bid with a two-out single in the sixth. Odorizzi struck out Stefan Romero to end the sixth, his eighth, but his pitch count was at 95. Odorizzi said he knew he had a no-hitter going but realized it was a long time before it could become reality. "If I would have gotten through that sixth inning there are still nine outs to go. Thats a lot of outs. I dont think you really think about it until its like the eighth inning and you have an out or two," Odorizzi said. "The hit we gave up was on the pitch we wanted too." With the Rays bullpen rested after Prices complete game the night before, Maddon ended Odorizzis day after six innings. Jake McGee walked Robinson Cano to open the seventh, but got Justin Smoak to ground into a double play. Joel Peralta worked around a one-out double by Dustin Ackley in the eighth, helped by a questionable strikeout of John Buck when he was called out by first base umpire Lance Barksdale on a check swing. That set off Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon. His argument led to his second ejection of the season and left a fan with a souvenir after McClendon threw his hat into the stands. "It is what it is," McClendon said. "You write what you saw. If I tell it, I get fined." Grant Balfour worked the ninth for his seventh save in eight chances. Brandon Maurer (1-2) and the Seattle bullpen held the Rays to three hits, but Tampa Bay scored twice in the fourth on a bases-loaded walk to Yunel Escobar and a wild pitch that scored Wil Myers. Maurer failed to make it through that inning after losing command. With a runner already on base, Maurer issued three straight two-out walks to Myers, Brandon Jennings and the last to Escobar that forced in a run. Reliever Dominic Leone almost immediately threw a wild pitch that scored Myers. NOTES: Rays won consecutive games for first time since May 1-2. ... Seattle LHP James Paxton (back) threw a 52-pitch bullpen session on Wednesday. Paxton hopes to throw a simulated game this weekend on the road. ... Seattle SS Brad Miller committed his seventh error. He had seven errors in 68 games at SS last season. Jhoulys Chacin Jersey . The Brazil defender was substituted 13 minutes into Wednesdays 2-1 Copa del Rey win at Athletic Bilbao because of a right hamstring problem. Scans revealed a second grade tear which could keep him out for a reported four to six weeks. Luis Sardinas Jersey .com) - Jimmie Johnson won Sundays AAA Texas 500 while championship contenders Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski as well as their teams were involved in a post-race fight on pit road after the two clashed in the closing laps at Texas Motor Speedway. http://www.baseballpadresofficial.com/customized-c-4/ . Watch the announcement live on TSN.ca at 12:30pm et/9:30am pt. This years honourees will be recognized at the 2014 Hockey Canada Foundation Celebrity Classic, scheduled for June 23-24 in Vancouver.The tributes to and recollections of the Big Irishman will be coming fast and furious today, as they should. The death of Pat Quinn, at age 71, touches most everyone in the hockey world because he was, well, most everywhere in the hockey world doing just about everything there was to be done. He was about the best man I ever met, said former NHL general manager George McPhee, who cut his teeth in the hockey business working for Quinn and the Vancouver Canucks and who named his first son Graham Quinn McPhee in honour of Pat. Pat had a gift, McPhee added. He had this incredible presence. He could walk into a room and take it over, this big, square-jawed Irishman chomping on a cigar who was so intimidating. If you worked for him and went into his office, you had better be prepared and know your stuff. But if you really knew Pat, you knew the real gift he had was his big heart and how much he cared for everyone he came into contact with. For as intimidating as he seemed, Pat had time for everyone, and I mean everyone. Whether it was the Zamboni driver in L.A. or the guy sweeping the floor in Philadelphia, they all wanted to talk to Pat Quinn and Pat Quinn wanted to talk to them. It would be 15 minutes before a game and someone would be sitting with Pat and theyd be having a heart-to-heart conversation. I cant tell you how many times in Vancouver some fan would drop by the PNE just to meet and talk to Pat and Pat would have that fan or season ticket holder come into his office and talk to them like he was their best friend. He had charisma. He had that special something. Pat could talk about anything, it didnt have to be hockey. Politics, history, religion, law, economics, this was a man who really could have done anything in his life, he could have been successful at anything he chose to do. Were just lucky enough it happened to be in hockey. He was so much to so many. For a kid growing up in Toronto in the 1960s, he was the Maple Leafs big man on the blueline, the guy who felled Bobby Orr with the infamous hit in the 1969 Stanley Cup playoffs. In the 1980s, he became the NHL gold standard for coaching, guiding the Philadelphia Flyers to an NHL record 35-game unbeaten streak that helped propel the Flyers to the 1980 Cup final. He turned out to be every bit as brainy as brawny, too, leaving the game briefly to get a law degree before returning to go behind the beench of the Los Angeles Kings. San Diego Padres Jerseys. His career wasnt without controversy. He was suspended by the NHL because NHL president John Ziegler believed Quinn was in conflict of interest, trying to go to the Vancouver Canucks while still an employee of the Los Angeles Kings. But he put all of that behind him, guiding the Canucks to the 1994 Cup final and enhancing his persona as the dapper big Irishman with the larger than life personality. He presided over a renaissance of sorts for the Toronto Maple Leafs, where as coach and GM in the late 1990s and early 2000s, his team was a perennial playoff performer, never getting to the big dance but making the Leafs relevant again in Toronto. During that time, of course, he guided Canada to the Olympic gold medal in Salt Lake City, a sign of things to come for him internationally. As Team Canadas coach at the 2006 Olympics in Torino, he failed to win a medal and not long after that, his tenure with the Leafs came to an end. But then Hockey Canada president Bob Nicholson leaned on his old pal to come back and coach kids internationally. He won a gold medal coaching Canada at the 2008 Under-18 World Championship and then won a gold medal at the 2009 World Junior Championship in Ottawa. Canada hasnt won a gold medal at the WJC since then. He was a part owner with the Vancouver Giants of the WHL. Quinn had a brief fling as head coach of the Edmonton Oilers in 2009, but it was clear his time as an NHL head coach and/or executive was up. Still, he remained a big presence in the game, becoming chairman of the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2013. The last time I saw Pat Quinn was last spring, at a function to honour outgoing Hockey Canada president Bob Nicholson at the Hall of Fame. Hed lost a lot of weight, he didnt quite physically fill up the room the way he used to when hed strut in wearing his three-piece suit and cigar clenched between his teeth, but his warmth and caring, asking others there how they were faring and taking an interest in them and how and what they were doing, well, that never changed. If your measure of a man is how many lives were impacted by that man, well, Pat impacted more peoples lives in hockey than anyone I can think of, McPhee said. Hes a father figure to so many of us in the game. 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