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The Red Sox are champions

This time, the Red Sox fans have felt the joy of triumph in their own stadium. Their favorite beat St. Louis 6-1 on Wednesday to win the World Series and in six games to the Cardinals.

The game summary

This is the third consecration Sox since 2004, but their first savored at venerable Fenway Park since 1918. The last two triumphs Sox in 2004 and 2007 were embodied in St. Louis and Denver, respectively.

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The Red Sox scored three runs in both the third and fourth. Shane Victorino was first cleared trails with a double in the third. In the next round, a circuit Stephen Drew was followed by productive single Mike Napoli and Victorino. …continue reading

David Ortiz is approaching a record for World Series

The banner is hung from a lamppost on a street adjacent to Fenway Park. You can see the profile of David Ortiz, who smiled at the fullest, and read the words “OCTOBER BASEBALL”. It is literally the face of the franchise. And this is, again, the time of year.

“I don’t think you can expect more of an individual that what he is doing, on the ground as on the outside, has declared the as starting from the Red Sox, Jon Lester. The guy has a heart of gold”. And a staff that is constantly hammers the ball or knocks fences.

David Ortiz

To win a third World Series in 10 years, the power hitter the Red Sox will also have the chance to establish a new brand for the highest batting average in the history of the fall classic. Ortiz batting, 733, while the record is, 750. It belongs to Billy Hatcher, who maintained that average snoring in 1990 for the Cincinnati Reds, who swept the Oakland Athletics. …continue reading

Reds show the door to Dusty Baker

The Cincinnati Reds has fired their manager Dusty Baker, who helped them find their best day since the time of the “Big Red Machine” but never managed to lead beyond the first round of the playoffs.

The decision came three days after the Reds had lost the account of the match 6-2 in the fourth as played in Pittsburgh on Tuesday night, and nearly a week after the team had completed the regular season with five losses of a row.

Dusty Baker

There was one season to the two-year contract that the 64 year old man was signed in October 2012. Baker led the Reds until the playoffs three times in the past four seasons, never go further, however. …continue reading

Scola led the Suns

The Argentine power forward Luis Scola scored 22 points and became the leader of the attack of the Phoenix Suns, who defeated 81-97 at home by the Bulls in Chicago and ended a run of four consecutive defeats.

Phoenix had lost 12 straight games as the visiting team, and made his first victory outside his field since beating the Cleveland Cavaliers, on 27 November. Scola played 28 minutes, scored 9 of 15 shots from the field, was perfect on-staff April 4, had seven rebounds, three assists and recovered a ball.

Luis Scola

The Argentine international player was supported by the reserve power forward Michael Beasley, who scored 20 points and grabbed six, rebounds, but committed five turnovers. The point guard Sebastian Telfair, who also left the bench got 13 so many, six rebounds, five assists, recovered a ball and put a stopper. …continue reading

The Jays agree to the transfer of Farrell

The Blue Jays have concluded an agreement with the Boston Red Sox Sunday to free their obligations with the team manager, allowing it to join rivals section is American. The Blue Jays also acquired the player the Red Sox Mike Aviles infield, in return for the left-handed pitcher David Carpenter.

Farrell has just completed his second season at the helm of the Blue Jays, looping the 2012 campaign with a record of 73-89. Torontonians have led in the fourth and penultimate place in their section.

Farrell

Farrell was named the 12th manager in the history of the Blue Jays in October 2010. He compiled a 154-170 record in two seasons with the Blue Jays. …continue reading

The Yankees returned the favor to Baltimore

An error of the shortstop JJ Hardy with the full bases permitted to New York to complete a recovery in the seventh episode so that the Yankees to conquer for 4-3 to the Orioles of Baltimore to restore his advantage of three parties in the top of the American League East Division.

Dull to the bat all the afternoon, the Yankees came back with three runs in the seventh against a hesitant bullpen of Baltimore. The streaking Orioles had 13 straight wins in games decided by one run until they dropped the first day of September.

J.J. Hardy

The newly promoted Dominican Eduardo Nunez singled with two outs in the game which took Wei-Yin Chen (12-8) and placed the board 3-2. …continue reading

The Yankees put the slump persecuted a high

Robinson Cano hit a grand slam in a seven-run third inning and New York pounded again Zach Britton at Yankee Stadium to deal it to the Baltimore Orioles beat 12 – 3. The triumph permitted to the Yankees to put an end to a gust of wind of four routs.

Derek Jeter had three hits and drove in three runs and Joba Chamberlain returned from injury at the elbow and ankle that had sidelined since June 5 last season. Phil Hughes (11-8) allowed no home runs for only the fifth time this year.

Robinson Cano

One day after blowing a five-run lead in the first inning before falling 11-5, New York won for only the fourth time in 13 and restored a lead of 6.5 games atop the Eastern Division of the American League. The Yankees avoided what would have been his first run of five defeats this season. …continue reading

Weaver silences the Texas offensive

The Dominican Albert Pujols punched two home runs and Jared Weaver added his eighth straight victory and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Rangers 6-2 to Texas.

Mike Trout also homered and the Los Angeles defeated the West Division-leading the American League for a second day. To the Angels and Rangers are left with two games in the series.

Jared Weaver

Weaver (14-1) permitted two runs and five hits in six entrances and a third. He became the eighth launcher of American League since 1921 in winning at least six parties without a rout in the month of July. …continue reading

Suzuki is already a Yankee

Ichiro Suzuki is directed to a new team and, later than all these years, perhaps has an opportunity to play a World Series.

The New York Yankees acquired Monday in the Japanese gardener of the Seattle Mariners in exchange for two young pitchers.

Ichiro Suzuki

The Yankees, who have the best older red, also received capital in cash in the exchange that sent the rights 25 years D.J. Mitchell and Danny Farquhar launchers to Mariners team in last place in the Western Division of the American League. The Exchange was announced hours before the Yankees play in Seattle on Monday. …continue reading

The Yankees sweep Toronto

Hiroki Kuroda pitched a four-hitter; Mark Teixeira hit a two-run homer during a cluster of four runs in the first inning and the Yankees completed a sweep of the Jays Toronto to whiten 6-0 in a match shortened by rain.

The game was terminated after a break of 58 minutes before the Yankees came out to bat in the seventh.

Hiroki Kuroda

Nick Swisher and Andruw Jones hits two separate connected producers in the first act, while Dewayne Wise drove in two runs in an unusual action starting with New York. The Yankees foisted Ricky Romero their fifth straight loss, the worst streak in his career, and outscored Toronto for the eighth straight time in the Bronx. …continue reading