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new head coach Pablo • Absender: jinshuiqian0713, 09.11.2019 02:49

TORONTO - There were several bright spots in Torontos 10-2 rout of the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre.Canadian Dalton Pompey hit his first career home run. Edwin Encarnacion belted his 34th homer of the season. Jose Bautista scored three times and R.A. Dickey had his sixth straight quality start.The smiles faded shortly after the game when Kansas City completed a 7-1 win over Cleveland, a result that officially eliminated Toronto from post-season contention.The Blue Jays had been clinging to faint playoff hopes for the last two weeks. A second straight blowout win was nice for the 16,272 fans in attendance, but it meant little for a team that remains stuck in a long playoff drought.Having not gotten to the post-season again with a team that I felt was very capable, of course were all disappointed and we should be, Dickey said. Everyone in here should be disappointed. So youve got to learn, youve got to grow, youve got to look for opportunities to see how you can improve and get better or the season is lost.Pompey, from Mississauga, Ont., belted a no-doubt shot to deep right field off Felix Hernandez to kick off a seven-run fifth inning. Encarnacion added a two-run shot in the sixth for Toronto (80-77).It was a rare off-night for Hernandez (14-6), a leading contender in the American League Cy Young Award race. He tied a career high by allowing eight earned runs over 4 2/3 innings.Hernandezs earned-run average jumped from 2.07 to 2.34 in his shortest start of the season.As an ace, I take responsibility, he said. I let my team down. Thats my fault.The loss dealt a blow to Seattles playoff hopes. The Mariners (83-74) fell three games behind Kansas City in the race for the second American League wild-card spot.Were not playing well right now, said Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon. A lot of things are going wrong, but were still alive.Dickey (14-12) breezed through the first two innings before getting into trouble in the third. Victoria native Michael Saunders led off with a double and moved to third on Brad Millers one-out single.Austin Jackson walked to load the bases and Robinson Cano drove in two runs with a single that eluded a diving Ryan Goins at second base.The Blue Jays batted around in the fifth inning. Pompey got things started by launching a 3-1 pitch into the second deck in right field.It was kind of a shock for a moment, he said. Like who was pitching, the ball I hit. I played with that guy in video games you know.To think I just hit a home run off him was pretty crazy.Hernandez was pulled after walking Pompey later in the inning. The seven earned runs allowed in one inning were a career high for the veteran right-hander.Dickey, meanwhile, allowed two earned runs, walked a pair and had six strikeouts over seven innings. Brett Cecil and Casey Janssen each pitched an inning of scoreless relief. The Blue Jays will close out the season with two more games against Seattle before a weekend series against the visiting Baltimore Orioles. Toronto hasnt reached the post-season since winning a second straight World Series title in 1993.I wont reflect one bit, Ive been doing it for six months, said Blue Jays manager John Gibbons. What sticks out? I dont know a€” a lot of good times, a lot of tough times.Like Ive said, in the end teams that get there, earn it. The best teams go. The ones that arent, they dont go. Thats just the way it is when you play that many games.Notes: Gibbons has pencilled in his rotation for the rest of the season. Mark Buehrle will start Wednesday and Daniel Norris will get the nod in Thursdays series finale. Drew Hutchison is tabbed to pitch Friday against Baltimore, followed by J.A. Happ on Saturday and Dickey on Sunday. Marcus Stroman will be available out of the bullpen, Gibbons said. ... Seattle returns home after this series to close out the campaign with a weekend set against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. ... Cecil has recorded at least one strikeout in nine straight appearances. ... Hockey Night in Canada host George Stroumboulopoulos threw out the ceremonial first pitch. ... The game took two hours 36 minutes to play.Follow @GregoryStrongCP on Twitter. Custom New England Patriots Jerseys . His absence against the Celtics comes a day after he scored 43 points in the Heats 100-96 win at Cleveland. Fake Patriots Jerseys . The victory strengthened Liverpools position in the top four after Tottenham lost 1-0 at Norwich in the days late kickoff, cutting the north London club six points adrift of fourth place and the final Champions League slot for next season. https://www.patriotsjerseysale.com/.com) - Colorado forward P. Patriots Jerseys 2020 .Currently no, Tatjana Haenni, FIFAs deputy director of the competitions division and head of womens competitions, said Tuesday in an interview from Ottawa. New England Patriots Shirts . Kyle Denbrook, a soccer player from Saint Marys University, took the CIS male athlete of the week honour. Stanley, a fourth-year business administration student from Charlottetown, scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Dalhousie on Friday and tallied again in a 1-0 win over Saint Marys on Sunday. TORONTO -- Four games into the MLS season, the Toronto FC training room is packed. And more worrying, it is filled with marquee talent. Toronto (3-1-0) could be without as many as five starters for Saturdays visit by the Colorado Rapids (2-1-1) including two designated players whose combined pay this season is close to US$13 million. Catch the game on TSN starting at 4pm et/1pm pt. England striker Jermain Defoe (hamstring) is out for the second straight week. American midfielder Michael Bradley missed another practice Friday, his body feeling the effects of games for both the U.S. and Toronto last week. "Were giving him every single chance ... well make a decision (Saturday)," manager Ryan Nelsen said of his teams midfield general. Centre back Doneil Henry (knee) will sit out a second straight game. Jonathan Osorio (hamstring) is "probably a no" for the third week in a row and fellow midfielder Alvaro Rey (hamstring) is "very very questionable." Because of injuries and suspensions, Toronto has only five players who have started every game so far: goalkeeper Julio Cesar, defenders Mark Bloom and Justin Morrow and midfielders Bradley and Rey. And that number could be down to three after this weekend. Defoe was sidelined by a hamstring injury at Spurs earlier this season. Nelsen has said the two injuries are not linked and repeated Friday that the England star was dealing with a mild strain. Hamstrings are tricky things, especially for elite soccer players. Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke, for example, ran 12.2 kilometres in Wednesdays Champions League semifinal against Barcelona. Toronto, which has used 19 players to date, has had to put the brakes on Defoe, who has wanted to resume training. Nelsen, however, sees a bigger picture. "The one thing that we dont want is obviously him coming back and getting re-injured. And so if we have to sacrifice an extra week, we have to sacrifice an extra week." Nelsen said the team has been reviewing everything at its disposal -- from heart rate to distance travelled in training -- to see if things could be done differently. The club is also learning the ins and outs of the bodies of new players like Defoe, he added. The TFC manager says there are no alarm bells about the current spate of injuries. A challenging opening to the schedule and the long winter that has kept practices until this week to artificial turf under a bubble at the team training centre havent helped. Most top soccer pros would rather gargle cod liver oil than set foot on artificial turf. Nelsen believes that this is just the kind of injury run that all clubs go through at some point. "It happens at Chelsea, it happens at Man City, it happens at every single club. Hopefully were just getting all of them done now." Said captain Steven Caldwell: "Its disappointing that weve got a few injurries but a lot of them are nobodys fault.dddddddddddd." In the case of Toronto, this is a squad that brought in at least seven new starters this season. Time has been needed on the training ground to get everyone on the same page. Youre damned if you, damned if you dont, Nelsen said of practice regimens. "Because if you pull them out of training and just rest them, then theyre not ready for the demands of a game. Were sitting with three wins because the guys are fit and organized. But we couldnt have done that if we had all wrapped them up in cotton wool." Bradley presents an interesting case in point. Rested this week, he is probably the exception to the rule that starters need to practise. If he doesnt start, speculation will grow that he is dealing with more than the variety of strains the club has pointed to. The good news is the injuries have not slowed Toronto down so far. Missing Defoe, Osorio, Henry and the suspended Caldwell last week, it still managed to topple previously unbeaten Columbus away from home. Also on the plus side, squad players like rookie defender Nick Hagglund and second-year midfielder Kyle Bekker have stepped up. And veteran Bradley Orr showed his moxie in smoothly shifting over to centre back. Nelsen says his reserves have stepped up to the challenge during the current injury glut. But he is not about to say debate over his teams depth is over. "I always got told that anybody can play one, two, three games at any level," he said. "But its the ability to spit them out week in, week out ... thats the mark of what a really good player is." Orr will likely partner Caldwell in central defence with Bekker deputizing for Osorio in midfield again. Dwayne De Rosario could start on the flank for Rey with Issey Nakajima-Farran who scored off the bench last week, possibly partnering Gilberto up front. Jeremy Hall may get the nod if Bradley cant go. The pitch at BMO Field, poor for the home opener thanks to the brutal winter, should be better Saturday although the players know it will take time to return to top condition. "Its not going to be ideal," said Caldwell, who returns from his one-game suspension. Colorado, under new head coach Pablo Mastroeni, has already defeated Portland and Vancouver this season and tied the New York Red Bulls. The lone loss was a 3-2 decision to defending champion Sporting Kansas City. "Theyve got a really nice team thats been around together as well for a bit," said Nelsen. "Theyre a team, for me, that has no real weaknesses. Theyre just a lovely, solid MLS team thats going to be very difficult." Spanish midfielder Jose Mari -- real name Jose Maria Martin Bejarano-Serrano -- introduced himself last week with two goals against Vancouver. The first, a swerving left-footed rocket, was judged the leagues goal of the week. ' ' '


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