WINNIPEG - Kyle Anderson got in a fight on Thursday night. Patty Mills Jersey . In fact, he went out on the field at Shaw Park and beat up the strike zone. Too bad he didnt get any run support. Anderson, the Winnipeg Goldeyes 24-year-old lefthander, retired the first 11 men he faced and finished with a solid six-hit effort over 7 1/3 innings, but the Goldeyes bats went silent and the St. Paul Saints beat Winnipeg 2-0 in the opener of an important three-game intra-divisional weekend series. With the win, the Saints not only put a halt to Winnipegs four-game winning streak ,but they also pulled into a first-place tie with the Goldeyes and Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks in the American Associations North Division. All three teams are now 18-10 on the season. "Kyle pitched real well for us," said Forney in the subdued Goldeyes clubhouse afterward. "He got first outs in most innings and he really pounded the strike zone. Unfortunately, we couldnt score any runs for him. We didnt even get very many men on base tonight. Baseball is a funny game that way. Their starter was real good and theres no doubt their pitching beat us tonight." St. Paul scored a run in the fifth as Dwight Childs singled home Joey Becker and then, in the seventh, Devin Thaut doubled home Childs. And that was it for both offenses on a cool, rainy evening in downtown Winnipeg. The Goldeyes had only seven hits on the evening. Josh Mazzola was the only Goldeyes player that had more than one (two singles). Saints starter Nick Barnese pitched seven innings of shut out baseball to get the win. "Thats an aggressive (St. Paul) team at the plate," said Saturdays starter for the Goldeyes, Chandler Barnard. "Im going to have to have my best stuff tomorrow. As we saw tonight from Kyle, if you throw strikes and get ahead in the count you can be successful against them. Im going to have to be aggressive, because I know theyre going to be aggressive." Anderson (2-2, 1.22, ERA) suffered the loss for Winnipeg, while Barnese (3-1, 3.48 ERA) got the win for St. Paul. Dan Sattler got his seventh save of the season for the Saints. Quinndary Weatherspoon Jersey . Neither made it that far in 2013. Not even close. Federer lost his second match at the All England Club. Nadal exited in the first round, a year after bowing out in the second. Spurs Jerseys 2020 . The No. 23 seed at the first Grand Slam event of the tennis season has worked out all the details, from his training regime right down to where hes going to eat dinner.Just a couple years ago Darrelle Revis was widely considered the top cornerback in the NFL. Now he can be had by any team willing to pay his salary. According to a report from ESPN, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are shopping the veteran CB and plan on releasing him Wednesday if they cant find a trade partner. Revis release would come before a scheduled roster bonus is due. The timing of Revis potential release is also significant because the fourth-round pick the Bucs traded to the New York Jets foor Revis would become a third-round pick if the 28-year-old was still on the roster after Wednesday. DeMarre Carroll Jersey. In Revis only season with Tampa Bay, he recorded 43 tackles and two interceptions. Revis has 21 career interceptions through seven years, six with the Jets. New York traded Revis to the Bucs after the 2012 season, an injury-marred campaign for Revis, for a first-round pick and the conditional pick that will likely become a fourth-rounder. Revis is a six-time Pro Bowler. ' ' '
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Plumlee made it 94-83 with his free throw at 7:28 when Sacramento rattled off 11 straight points to tie it. Cousins scored five during the run, including free throws at 4:57 to make it 94-94. The Kings took their first lead of the fourth when Cousins converted a three- point play at 1:37. After empty possessions both ways, Bledsoe tied it when he darted through the defense for a scoop layup. Sacramento took a timeout to advance the ball but whatever play was drawn up in the huddle ended before it began, with Cousins getting called for his sixth foul on an illegal screen. Former King Isaiah Thomas, who signed with Phoenix this offseason, missed a contested 3-pointer as the buzzer sounded. The Suns scored the first seven points of overtime, with P.J. Tucker hitting a triple from the left wing at 3:34 to make it 106-99. They were held scoreless the rest of the way as Sacramento clawed back. Collison scored back-to-back field goals and McLemore made a pair of free throws. 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