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1965 and a dull 6-1 NL victory

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Thanks to lefty Chris Salamida, the Winnipeg Goldeyes have won another series. In Game 2 of a doubleheader (of sorts) in front of 1,390 in Sioux City, Iowa, on Thursday night, Salamida tossed a brilliant three-hit shutout with no walks and six strikeouts to lead the Goldeyes to a 1-0 victory over the Sioux City Explorers. With the win, the Goldeyes won the four-game series in Sioux City, three-games-to-one and will return home to play a three-game weekend series against the Kansas City T-Bones with a record of 45-38. As well, with a rainout between Gary and Wichita, the Goldeyes remained 2 1/2 games back of Gary in the wild card hunt. In the first game on Thursday – the completion of a game suspended by rain on Wednesday night -- the Explorers expanded on a 5-4 pre-rainout lead and whipped the Goldeyes 9-4. "We came out flat in the first game and it carried over a little to the second game," said pitching coach Jamie Vermilyea. "Fortunately we had Salamida, who threw a three-hit shutout. He was great tonight." After three straight victories, the Goldeyes were stopped in their tracks in the suspended game (Game 1) on Thursday, but because of Salamidas brilliance, the Fish took the nightcap and won their eighth series in the last nine. The Goldeyes went 8-2 against Sioux City this season. In Game 2 on Thursday, the Goldeyes scored their only run off Sioux City starter Preston Olsen in the third. Luis Alen singled, went to second on a sacrifice bunt by Kevin Moesquit, moved over to third on a single by Fehlandt Lentini and scored on a sacrifice fly by Amos Ramon. Salamida (4-0, 2.48 ERA) was the winning pitcher, while Olsen (1-5, 6.26 ERA) took the loss. Yurendell de Caster went three-for-three and raised his batting average to .400 to lead the Goldeyes at the plate. In Game 1, the Explorers scored two runs in the third, three in the fourth and two more in the fifth and then added two more eighth as they put a halt to the Goldeyes three-game winning streak. The Goldeyes were held to just seven hits. Ryan Scoma had a two-run homer in three trips. Scoma is now hitting .364. Reliever Chris Bodishbaugh (3-1, 1.86 ERA) was the winning pitcher for the Explorers while Pete Gehle (4-7, 5.01 ERA) suffered the loss for Winnipeg. The Goldeyes returned home right after tonights second game and will open a three-game weekend series against the Kansas City T-Bones Friday night at Shaw Park. Matt Rusch (5-3, 4.26 ERA), on short rest, will get the start for the Goldeyes. Jody Davis Cubs Jersey . Iwakuma pitched seven strong innings to stay unbeaten in road games since last July, leading the Seattle Mariners to a 5-2 win over the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday night. Ron Cey Cubs Jersey . 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"Guys are throwing harder. Guys have more pitches," said Philadelphia second baseman Chase Utley, making his sixth All-Star appearance and first since 2010. The big league batting average is at a 42-year low. Strikeouts are at an all-time high. Wainwright and Kershaw are on track to become the first pair of qualifying pitchers in one league with a sub-2.00 ERA since the Mets Dwight Gooden and the Cardinals John Tudor in 1985 -- the last time Minnesota hosted the All-Stars. "Aside from having the ability to win two World Series with the St. Louis Cardinals, I think this has to be one of the highlights of my baseball career to this point," Wainwright said. "One of the coolest things I can say I did is to start a big league All-Star game." Kershaw understood Mathenys decision. "If Im him, Im probably going to pick Adam, too. Its his guy and he had the best half," Kershaw said. Hernandez, the first Venezuela pitcher to start for the All-Stars, also has sterling credentials: an 11-2 record with a 2.12 ERA. He described his task pretty simply: "Just throw zeroes out there and get my team to win. Thats all I got to do," he said. Back in the great pitching era of the 1960s, the game was different. Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, Bob Gibson and Juan Marichal expected to finish what they started. Now, flame-throwers come out of the bullpen in the middle of games. "Youre not getting three, four at-bats off of the starter unless youre in trouble and youre losing the game," said Baltimores Matt Wietters, elected as a starting catcher but sidelined following elbow surgery.dddddddddddd "I think for a while it was trying to get the starter out of the game so you can get to that fifth, sixth, seventh-inning guy. And now those fifth, sixth, seventh-inning guys are throwing upper 90s with a good breaking ball." In addition to pitchers, the spotlight will be on New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter. The shortstop, who turned 40 last month, is playing his final season and was selected for his 14th All-Star game. Yankees closer Mariano Rivera got an emotional sendoff last year, the All-Stars giving him a solo bow. When Rivera entered in the eighth inning all other players left him the field to himself. Cal Ripken Jr. was given a tribute at the start of the 2001 game at Seattles Safeco Field when Alex Rodriguez told Ripken just before the first pitch to switch positions and move from third base to shortstop, where the Baltimore star spent most of his career. The 40-year-old Ripken then homered in the third inning. And two years ago, Atlantas Chipper Jones was feted with a standing ovation at Kauffman Stadium when he pinch hit in the sixth inning and singled. What will Jeters All-Star finale be like? "I dont go into things with expectations," he said. "Im looking forward to playing the game. Ive pretty much stopped it right there." The game is being played in Minneapolis for the third time, following the NLs 6-5 win at Metropolitan Stadium in 1965 and a dull 6-1 NL victory indoors at the Metrodome in 1985. Oakland, a big league-best 59-36 at the break, has seven All-Stars for the first time since 1975. It got another win on Monday night when Yoenis Cespedes beat Cincinnatis Todd Frazier 9-1 in the final round to become the first repeat champion of the Home Run Derby since Ken Griffey Jr. in 1998 and 99. The Athletics have some incentive for an AL victory in the All-Star game; since 2003, the winners league gets to start the World Series at home, and 23 of the last 28 titles were won by teams scheduled to host four of a possible seven games. "I dont think you can ever underestimate the home-field advantage in a post-season," said AL manager John Farrell, who led Boston to a six-game win over St. Louis last year. "To have that final game potentially in your home ballpark, that goes a long way to affecting the outcome." ' ' '

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