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18.04.2019 03:54
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and the very next day Martin Perez Jersey , a Brinks truck is parked right outside the team’s spring training complex.Coincidence or correlation?With the first full week of exhibition games on deck, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts confirmed he joined club executives in meeting with Harper in Las Vegas on Sunday night.Roberts said it was a good session and gave the sides a chance to “get to know each other.” Roberts says the Dodgers were “vetting a certain process.”Harper has been connected to the Philadelphia Phillies and the San Francisco Giants during a second consecutive slow free-agent market for the sport. Manny Machado, the other top free agent this winter, signed a $300 million, 10-year deal with the San Diego Padres on Thursday.The 26-year-old Harper was the 2015 NL MVP and made six All-Star teams in seven big league seasons with the Washington Nationals. He batted .249 with 34 home runs, 100 RBIs and an .889 OPS last season.FROM AROUND THE GRAPEFRUIT AND CACTUS LEAGUESBRAVES 9, NATIONALS 4Patrick Corbin, who signed a $140 million, six-year contract, made the 2½-hour bus ride to start for Washington. He allowed one hit in two innings, struck out two and walked none.Freddie Freeman hit a two-run homer. Catcher Alex Jackson, the sixth overall pick by Seattle in 2014, doubled and drove in two runs for Atlanta.Juan Soto doubled and drove in two runs for the Nats.METS 3, ASTROS 3, 9 INNINGSJustin Verlander pitched two perfect innings, striking out one and getting five flyball outs. Reaching 96 mph, Verlander threw 20 of 25 pitches for strikes, concentrating on his changeup and pitching inside to right-handed batters.New York’s Noah Syndergaard opened with three consecutive 98 mph fastballs and allowed first-inning hits to George Springer and Josh Reddick. Syndergaard struck out the final two hitters of his two-inning outing, including Robinson Chirinos on a 99 mph fastball.David Thompson hit a three-run homer off Houston’s Kent Emanuel.YANKEES 3 , BLUE JAYS 0James Paxton made his Yankees debut, working two innings and combining with five relievers on a one-hitter. Troy Tulowitzki went deep in his first at-bat as a Yankee, homering off former Toronto teammates Marcus Stroman. Aaron Judge doubled in his spring training debut.Stroman gave up two homers in his spring debut for Toronto. Teoscar Hernandez, considered a project for new manager Charlie Montoyo, collected the lone hit, then promptly stole second.TWINS 7, ORIOLES 1Mike Yastrzemski, a 28-year-old grandson of Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski who has played six seasons in the minor leagues, entered in the sixth inning for the Orioles. He played center field and flied out in his only at-bat.Byron Buxton singled, doubled and homered to drive in five runs for Minnesota.Eric Young Jr. homered for Baltimore.TIGERS (SS) 3, CARDINALS 3, 9 INNINGSMiguel Cabrera singled and drove in a run for the Tigers. Daz Cameron, a 22-year-old son of former major league center fielder Mike Cameron, started in center field and went 1 for 2 with a double.Jose Martinez, the son of Carlos Martinez, walked and singled for St. Louis.PHILLIES 12, TIGERS (SS) 7Jean Segura, acquired in a December trade with Seattle, had two hits and scored twice. Philadelphia newcomers Andrew McCutcheon and J.T. Realmuto each singled and scored a run. James Pazos Delino DeShields Jersey , obtained along with Segura trade, won in relief.Jordan Zimmermann struck out four in two innings the Tigers. Christin Stewart, selected 34th overall by in the 2015 amateur draft, homered.MARLINS 5, RAYS 0Jon Berti, a non-roster invitee, tripled for Miami. Austin Dean had two hits and two RBIs.Brandon Lowe and Joe McCarthy each had two hits for Tampa Bay.PIRATES 4, RED SOX 3Pittsburgh starter Jordan Lyles pitched two innings, giving up a solo home run to Bryce Brentz. Melky Cabrera doubled for Pittsburgh.ROCKIES 12, ROYALS 5Mark Reynolds hit a grand slam for Colorado. Bubba Starling hit a pair of solo home runs and Jorge Soler also connected for Kansas City.RANGERS 11, INDIANS 5Mike Minor, a 12-game winner last year, started for Texas and gave up a home run in two innings. Danny Santana tripled and drove in two runs.Trevor Bauer worked three innings in his spring debut for the Indians.WHITE SOX 4, GIANTS 4, 9 INNINGSChicago starter Manny Banuelos struck out four in two innings. Yoan Moncada had two hits, drove in a run and scored.Derek Holland had a rough one-inning spring debut, allowing three runs on three hits for San Francisco. Drew Pomeranz threw two innings out of the bullpen, giving up a pair of hits and striking out two. Yangervis Solarte homered.DODGERS 11, CUBS (SS) 2Justin Turner homered and drove in three runs with three hits Joey Gallo Jersey , scoring three times for Los Angeles.Trent Giambrone doubled and homered for Chicago.CUBS (SS) 6, PADRES 4Wil Myers singled and highly regarded shortstop prospect Fernando Tatis Jr. had a hit and scored a run. Ty France, drafted in the 34th round out of San Diego State, homered.Willson Contreras hit a three-run homer for the Cubs and Jon Lester struck out three in his two-inning spring debut.ANGELS 4, BREWERS 3Jarrett Parker homered and walked twice for the Angels. Julian Leon doubled and drove in two runs.Third baseman Cory Spangenberg, starting at short, homered for the Brewers.MARINERS 11, REDS 3Yusei Kikuchi made his spring training debut, working two innings for Seattle. The nine-year Japanese league veteran lefty struck out Joey Votto on a 2-2 curveball the veteran slugger missed. Edwin Encarnacion doubled and 2016 first-round draft pick Kyle Lewis homered. Domingo Santana added a two-run homer for the Mariners.Cincinnati starter Alex Wood gave up three runs in one inning.DIAMONDBACKS 4, ATHLETICS 3Zack Greinke made his spring debut and worked two clean innings for Arizona.Dustin Fowler homered and Cliff Pennington and Nick Martini each had two hits for Oakland. MILWAUKEE (AP) — Gio Gonzalez didn’t need his affable personality to make new friends in Milwaukee on Saturday night.Gonzalez received a standing ovation following an impressive first start with the Brewers, and Milwaukee beat the slumping San Francisco Giants 4-3 on Saturday night.“They believed in me and gave me a second chance,” Gonzalez said. “I want to return the favor.”Gonzalez (8-11) allowed an unearned run and three hits over 5 2/3 innings, striking out seven and walking one in his first start since an Aug. 31 trade from Washington. He retired 16 of his 21 batters and left with a 4-1 lead.“It was a tough night in the early go,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. “We couldn’t do much with Gonzalez there.”The veteran left-hander was 0-3 with an 8.70 ERA over his final four starts with the Nationals. Gonzalez had 10 days between starts, though, and took it to the Giants, who lost their season-high seventh straight game and fell a season-worst seven games under .500.“Sometimes you have to (say) thank you but it’s time to move on,” Gonzalez said. “I’m here now with the Brewers. I want to win and help any way possible. I don’t care how the moment goes as long as it keeps going our way.”Gonzalez helped Milwaukee pull within 2 1/2 games of the Cubs in the NL Central after Chicago was swept in a doubleheader by Washington. The Brewers also pushed their NL wild-card lead to 2 1/2 games over the St. Louis Cardinals, who lost 4-3 to the Detroit Tigers.Christian Yelich hit his 28th homer for Milwaukee and reached base for the 24th straight game , the longest active streak in the NL. He has 10 homers in that span.“He stepped up and gave us a huge start today,” Yelich said of Gonzalez. “You just kind of had a feeling he was going to do it today. He’s been so good throughout his career.”Travis Shaw also got his 28th home run, taking Chris Stratton (9-9) deep in the first. Mike Moustakas drove in a run with a double and Orlando Arcia tacked on another with a sacrifice fly in the fourth.Jeremy Jeffress recorded the final four outs for his 10th save and pushed the Brewers 19 games (81-62) over .500 for the first time since they were 51-32 on June 28, 2014.The Giants got an unearned run in the sixth after a review of a call at home plate was overturned. Gregor Blanco reached on a fielding error but was erased when Chase d’Arnaud hit into a fielder’s choice. Austin Slater’s liner to left sent d’Arnaud home, beating the throw from Yelich. Plate umpire Phil Cuzzi originally called d’Arnaud out.Ryder Jones hit a two-run pinch-hit homer in the eighth off Joakim Soria.TRAINER’S ROOMGiants: 1B Brandon Belt, who was a late scratch with a sore right knee, struck out as a pinch hitter in the ninth. Kelby Tomlinson, recalled from Triple-A Sacramento on Sept. 2 for the fifth time this season, replaced him in the lineup and played second. … SS Brandon Crawford, who was out of the starting lineup for the third consecutive game with a sore left knee, drew a walk as a pinch hitter in eighth.Brewers: RHPs Taylor Williams and Freddy Peralta will be activated Sunday and sent to the bullpen. Both were optioned to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Aug. 30. Manager Craig Counsell said they would be the final September additions to the team barring injury.YELLING FOR YELICHYelich made a great sliding catch on Alen Hanson’s sinking line drive for the second out in the ninth. Fans started their MVP chants as Yelich picked himself up.“It’s definitely a cool feeling, for sure,” he said. “It’s not anything you expect as a player.”AVELINO DEBUTSAbiatal Avelino played shortstop and went 0 for 2 with two strikeouts in his Giants debut. He was acquired on Aug. 31 from the New York Yankees along with pitcher Juan De Paula in exchange for outfielder Andrew McCutchen.ON DECKGiants: LHP Madison Bumgarner (5-5, 3.07 ERA) allowed a season-high seven runs, six earned, over five innings in his last start Monday at Colorado. He is 3-0 with a 2.36 ERA in four starts at Miller Park.Brewers: RHP Zach Davies (2-5, 4.88 ERA) makes his second start since missing more than three months with right rotator cuff inflammation. He received a no-decision, allowing only one run in five innings during the Brewers 4-3 win against the Chicago Cubs on Monday.

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