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PostPosted: Wed 11 Jul - 09:27 (2018)    Post subject: Washington NationalsNL Rookie of Year: G Reply with quote

PORTLAND, Ore. Karl Malone Jazz Jersey . -- Damian Lillard hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:27 to play and finished with 29 points to lead the Portland Trail Blazers to a 110-107 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday night. Lamarcus Aldridge and Wesley Mathews added 18 points apiece for the Trail Blazers, who won for the sixth time in seven games. Ryan Anderson and Tyreke Evans each missed on 3-point attempts in the final 5 seconds and the Pelicans (11-14) lost their fourth consecutive game of a five-game swing that concludes Monday at Sacramento. Robin Lopez had 14 points and eight rebounds and Nicholas Batum added 11 points to help the Trail Blazers rebound from Wednesdays 120-109 loss at Minnesota. Anthony Davis and Evans finished with 21 points each to pace five New Orleans players in double figures. The Pelicans hit eight of their first 11 shots including 3-pointers by Anderson and Eric Gordon to take an 18-7 lead after the opening 5:36. Portlands Dorell Wright scored on a layup to pull the Blazers within 32-30 with 8:27 to play in the second quarter, but the Pelicans answered with a 17-6 run, opening their largest lead of the half, 49-36, on Alexis Ajincas layup with 4:05 to play. Lillard, held without a field goal in the first quarter, hit 5 of 7 shots in the second, including a 3-pointer that put the Blazers on top 52-51 with 29 seconds left in the half. Anthony Davis followed with a dunk off an offensive rebound to give the Pelicans a 53-52 lead at the break. After shooting 40 per cent (20 of 50) in the first half, the Blazers made 7 of 11 shots to open the third quarter and took a 69-59 lead when Batum set up Aldridge in transition for a dunk. The Pelicans crept back within three before Lillard made an acrobatic catch and shot on Batums inbounds lob just before the third-quarter buzzer to give the Blazers an 83-78 advantage. In the fourth, New Orleans erased another 10-point deficit and took a 105-103 lead when Davis followed up a miss by Evans and dunked with 2:19 remaining. After an offensive foul on Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday gave the ball back to Portland, Lillard hit a shot from deep beyond the top of the arc to give the Blazers the lead for good. The Blazers are off until they host the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday. NOTES: Portland coach Terry Stotts said there is no timeline on a return for rookie guard CJ McCollum, who participated in a full practice Friday for the first time since fracturing his left foot during practice on Oct. 5. . The last time the Blazers had fewer than 10 losses through 28 games was in 1999-2000, when they started 21-7 en route to a monumental fourth-quarter meltdown in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals against the Lakers. . Lillard went into Saturdays game averaging 21.3 points and ranked third in the league among point guards behind Golden States Stephen Curry (24.5) and Clevelands Kyrie Irving (21.8). Utah Jazz Jerseys . The England international raised his middle finger toward Manchester City supporters during Saturdays game at Etihad Stadium, which Arsenal lost 6-3. The incident was not seen by match officials at the time but the FA charged Wilshere retrospectively after a study of video footage. Tony Bradley Jersey . Toronto has lost six of its last eight games but is coming off Thursdays 7-3 victory at Kansas City. Juan Francisco and Colby Rasmus both went deep for the Blue Jays, who are second in the American League with 34 home runs on the season. http://www.authenticjazzproshop.com/Tony-Bradley-Jersey/ . The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists detailed in a report how Russian and international journalists have been harassed and prevented from covering sensitive stories in Sochi such as the abuse of migrant workers and environmental issues.TSN Baseball Insider Steve Phillips answers three questions each week. This week, topics cover the Blue Jays rotation, the futures John Gibbons and Alex Anthopoulos, protecting pitchers and a bonus question on his predictions for the MLB playoffs. 1) With J.A. Happ heading to the DL, the Toronto Blue Jays have announced a starting rotation of R.A. Dickey, Drew Hutchison, Mark Buehrle, Brandon Morrow and Dustin McGowan. Should the Blue Jays feel confident with that group or even this early in the season, should they be looking outside the organization for an upgrade? Or should they have kept a prospect like Aaron Sanchez or Marcus Stroman with the big club?   The Blue Jays are starting the season with exact rotation they should be using.  Aaron Sanchez and Marcus Stroman both need more development but at some point they may be called upon to help. Certainly there are big questions for three-fifths of the starters but there is definitely upside.  RA Dickey is just a year removed from his NL Cy Young Award and is predictable and dependable.  I cant believe I am saying that about a knuckleballer but it is true.    Mark Buerhle is a more than serviceable innings-eater who gives his team a chance to win start after start.    After these two though the questions are significant. Brandon Morrow has suffered injuries in each of the past two seasons after looking like a number one starter at times in 2012. Dustin McGowan is throwing in the mid-nineties and is working on a curve ball to go with his devastating slider, but he has thrown just 46 2/3 innings since 2008 because of recurrent shoulder injuries. Drew Hutchison hasnt pitched in the Major Leagues for the past year and a half due to Tommy John surgery but prior to that he looked like he could be a long-term answer for the rotation.   Before the season begins players, front office personnel and fans close their eyes and dream about what could be.   I can close my eyes and see RA Dickey commanding his dancing knuckler that will baffle hitter.  I can envision Buerhle getting a ton of grounders and working quickly getting the powerhouse offense back in the dugout and scoring a ton of runs.  I can picture Brandon Morrow rifling his fastball by the games biggest sluggers and logging a ton of strikeouts.  I can imagine McGowan and Hutchison fulfilling the potential that they once had as well.  It could happen just that way.    But it probably wont.    My experience is that the more questions you enter with the more things that will likely go wrong.  There is a bunch of unpredictability in this rotation.  Depth will be important.  It is safe to assume that health will be an issue at some point because it has been an issue in the past.  Esmil Rogers and Todd Redmond may make starts if necessary.  But Alex Anthopolous is going to have to keep working the phones to look for upgrades.  Early in the season other clubs arent typically trading good pitchers but he will need to be ready for when they do become available.   So when you close your eyes and dream just hope it is not a nightmare.   2) Is manager John Gibbons on the hot seat with the Blue Jays? If the team is slow out of the gate again this year, will he be replaced? Are his and Alex Anthopouloss future tied together (if one goes, the other follows him out the door)?  I dont think John Gibbons is on the hot seat during the season this year.  I know there were big expectations last year but the collapse wasnt Gibbons fault.  The starting rotation just fell apart on him as Morrow and Josh Johnson got hurt and Ricky Romero imploded.  Jose Reyes injury crushed the offense early in the season and more injuries followed.   The expectations are less this year than a year ago.  It certainly behooves the Jays to get off to a good start so they can start to believe in themselves but Gibbons cant pitch for his team and the staff will be the key.    I have never been a believer that managers and general managers are tied at the hip.  The manager needs to look at the GM as his boss.  Clearly Gibbons was brought back to the Jays because of his relationship with Anthopolous but if Anthopolous thinks a change needs to be made he will have to make it.  If ownership gets to a point where they believe the roster is flawed and they decide to make a decision on the general manager it is unlikely Gibbons would survive a change in regime. Anthoplous can possibly survive the firing of Gibbons but I dont believe Gibbons would survive the firing of Anthopolous.    As it stands today both the manager and general manager are on firm ground as they should be.  They just need to be honest with themselves and their bosses about what the expectations are with the roster they have.  The owners can hope to be competitive in the tough AL East but if they expect to win it then both Anthopolous and Gibbons are in trouble.  This is a roster for which you can hope but not expect great things.    3) With Reds starter Aroldis Chapman and Rays starter Matt Moore both being hit in the head by comebackers to the mound in spring training, is it time for Major League Baseball and/or the players union to implement mandatory pitcher protection? It seems that pitchers have become more annd more vulnerable over the past few seasons. Pete Maravich Jazz Jersey. nbsp; Fortunately, we have avoided major catastrophe but we shouldnt be shocked if a pitcher were to be killed by a hit ball.  We have just been lucky so far.   I am a firm believer that we should never wait for someone to be killed to make a change. Baseball already did that once.  Base coaches wear helmets now because a minor league first base coach was hit in the head by a line drive and killed.  If protecting pitchers is being considered then protect them.   Lets not wait for a tragedy.   It is currently optional for pitchers to wear the new protective headgear that was developed by MLB for this year.  The feedback so far is that the hats look funny and are not overly comfortable.  MLB needs to keep refining the protective hats to make them functional. This needs to be a priority for the Players Association as well.  Protective hats for pitchers need to be made mandatory at the minor league level initially.  Let the kids get comfortable with them so by the time they are big leaguers it is commonplace.  Once the hat is advanced enough make it mandatory for major league pitchers to wear.  There is no clock in baseball but we need to put a clock on this.  Every pitch thrown puts a pitcher at risk.  Please hurry. 4) With the second and third opening days approaching for Major League Baseball it is time to make predictions.  Here is how I see the American League:AL East                       AL Central             AL West 1) Boston                    Detroit                  Oakland2) Tampa Bay*           Kansas City**     LA Angels3) Baltimore                Cleveland              Texas4) Blue Jays                 Minnesota             Seattle5) New York Yankees   Chicago               Houston * first Wild Card       ** second Wild Card AL CHAMPION: Oakland As defeat Detroit AL AWARDS AL MVP:  Miguel Cabrera, DetroitAL MVP:  Justin Verlander, DetroitAL Rookie of Year:  Yordano Ventura, Kansas CityAL Manager of Year: Ned Yost, Kansas City Here are my predictions for the NL:NL East                                      NL Central                   NL West1) Washington                         St Louis                        LA Dodgers 2) Atlanta**                               Milwaukee                    SF Giants*3) NY Mets                                 Cincinnati                     Arizona4) Philadelphia                           Pittsburgh                     Colorado5) Miami                                    Chicago                       San Diego* first Wild Card       ** second Wild Card NL CHAMPION:  Washington Nationals defeat Dodgers NL AWARDS NL MVP: Freddie Freeman, Atlanta BravesNL CY Young:  Stephen Strasburg, Washington NationalsNL Rookie of Year:  Gregory Polanco, Pittsburgh Pirates               Manager of the Year:  Mike Matheny, St Louis Cardinals    WORLD SERIES CHAMPION:  Washington Nationals defeat Oakland As LET THE GAMES BEGIN…..PLAY BALL!!!   Cheap Jerseys Online Wholesale Black NFL Jerseys Youth NFL Jerseys Wholesale Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping ' ' '

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