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Yankees survive to sweep Red Sox 4 May 2015, 1:24 am

Andrew Miller loads the bases in the bottom of the ninth and the winning run comes to the plate, but the Yankees hold on to defeat the Red Sox 8-5 and sweep the series.

Must See Moments: MLS week 10 4 May 2015, 1:13 am

Relive the best moments from week 10 throughout Major League Soccer, highlighted by Obafemi Martins' two goal effort against New York City FC.

Moreno: Barca's quality transcends borders 4 May 2015, 1:08 am

The ESPN FC team continue their debate whether or not La Liga or the Premier League is the tougher league, following Barcelona's 8-0 win over Cordoba.

Moreno: A statement win for Real Madrid 4 May 2015, 1:03 am

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno believes the pressure is back on Barcelona following Cristiano Ronaldo's thrilling hat-trick against a Sevilla side who had not lost at home in 34 matches.

Hislop: I feel Carver's frustrations 4 May 2015, 12:25 am

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop explains Newcastle United are playing up to standards, which he feels comes down to ownership.

Teixeira knocks one into the upper deck 4 May 2015, 12:15 am

Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira hits a two-run home run against the Red Sox.

 

 

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05/03/2015 11:22 PM
Yasmani Grandal breaks scoreless tie with extra-inning walk-off homer

Take a look around the league with Big League Stew's daily wrap up. We'll hit on all of the biggest moments from the day that you may have missed, while providing highlights, photos and interesting stats.

Los Angeles Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal didn't start Sunday's game, but he ended it. In the bottom of the 13th inning, Grandal came off the bench to pinch hit against Evan Marshall.

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On the third pitch of the at-bat, Grandal crushed an 87 mph change-up out to left center for a walk-off home run. It was the first walk-off homer of Grandal's career.

Grandal replaced A.J. Ellis in the 10th inning. He walked in his first plate appearance and hit the walk-off blast his second time up, securing the 1-0 victory and giving the Dodgers their fourth straight win.

Both teams received great performances from their starters. Chase Anderson and Brett Anderson each tossed six scoreless innings a piece. Chase allowed just two hits, with seven strikeouts. Brett gave up five hits, with four strikeouts.

In the end, the Dodgers bullpen was better. The club held Arizona to just four hits over seven scoreless innings. They struck out nine hitters. 

Los Angeles will begin a series with the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday.

YANKEES SWEEP RED SOX AT FENWAY

The New York Yankees have to be happy after their latest series. The club completed a sweep of the division rival Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park on Sunday.

Jacoby Ellsbury and Brett Garnder did a lot of the damage. Ellsbury reached base five times against his former club during the contest. After singling in his first four at-bats, the Red Sox hit Ellsbury with a pitch his fifth time up. Both benches were warned following the incident.

Gardner picked up two hits during the game, including a three-run homer in the sixth. Mark Teixeira also added a home run, his ninth, in the first inning. The two-run shot gave the Yankees an early lead which they would never relinquish. 

The Red Sox did make things interesting in the ninth, however. Andrew Miller came on with a three-run lead, and wasn't his usual, dominant self. Miller walked two batters, and loaded the bases after a throwing error by Chase Headley.

With David Ortiz representing the winning run, Miller managed to induce a fly out, securing the 8-5 victory. It was Miller's 10th save of the season.

The Yankees are currently 16-9, and sit atop the American League East.

HOUSTON WINS 10TH STRAIGHT GAME

The Houston Astros refuse to lose. The club picked up its 10th straight victory Sunday, beating the Seattle Mariners 7-6. 

Houston jumped out to an early lead after a three-run homer by Evan Gattis, but the team couldn't hold on as the game progressed. After scoring four runs in the seventh inning, the Mariners had knotted things up at six.

With the game tied, Gattis was able to play the hero. He knocked his second home run of the game in the bottom of the eighth inning, giving the team a lead. Luke Gregerson locked things down, and the Astros won 7-6.

With the win, the Astros are off to their best start in team history.

Houston will look to extend their streak to 11 games against the Texas Rangers on Monday.

WONG'S WALK-OFF WINS IT

 St. Louis Cardinals' second baseball Kolten Wong came up big Sunday against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Wong ended a 2-2 tie in the bottom of the 14th, sending an 86 mph changeup out to right for a walk-off shot. Wong was a constant thorn in the Pirates' side throughout the contest. He went 3 for 4, with one run scored and one RBI. 

Wong didn't even enter the game until the eighth inning, when he replaced pitcher Randy Choate. 

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While Wong's hit didn't get Michael Wacha the win, the 23-year-old posted another strong start. Wacha allowed five hits over 6 2/3 scoreless innings. He struck out two during the contest.

Wacha was in line for the win, but Trevor Rosenthal couldn't hold a one-run lead in the ninth. With the win, St. Louis improved to 18-6 on the season.

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05/03/2015 02:09 PM
NFL draft in review: The highs and lows from the seven-round affair

The NFL draft is (finally) over.

From the Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafting Jameis Winston (and the dumb Social Media Outrage that followed the crab legs photo) to the Arizona Cardinals taking Mr. Irrelevant, it was a wild three days. What moments won the three days? Let's check it out.

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Most touching moment

This one was easy. It was Jim Kelly, whose battle against cancer was followed closely by all NFL fans, taking the stage to a great standing ovation that obviously surprised and touched him.

The moment that'll make us laugh every time we hear it

Every time the NFL Network or ESPN played a highlights montage that included commissioner Roger Goodell trying to pronounce Marcus Mariota's name, it was a classic. "Mariato"? C'mon commish, this wasn't exactly cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu in the seventh round. 

Stealing the show

It's kind of fun that we have Ickey Woods back in our lives. WOOOOOO!

Most extra special moment for one player

Every player hopefully enjoyed the special moment when they were drafted, but it had to be really cool for Eddie Goldman.

Legendary Bears linebacker Dick Butkus was announcing the Chicago Bears' second-round pick when he read the card and exclaimed, "I like this," before announcing the pick was Goldman, the Florida State defensive tackle. That's a heck of a way to start a pro career. Goldman said later that Butkus is one of his father's favorite players.

"But him to say that ‘and I like this,' it's so subtle and so small but coming from him it kind of made my heart drop a little bit because he's NFL royalty right there," Goldman told the Bears' site.

Most surprising reaction from a player

When a player gets drafted, a few minutes later he has a teleconference with that team's local media. The questions are typically the same. Inevitably, the player is asked if he had any clue that team would pick him. It's usually either, yes because they met with me and I hit it off with the coach, or no because I hadn't talked to them at all.

Nobody says what New York Giants fifth-round pick, Texas safety Mykkele Thompson, said about being drafted.

"It was a surprise for me," Thompson said, according to ESPN.com. "I don't even know how to explain it right now. After the numbers I put up this year, I thought free agency was going to be the main goal, probably."

That's different.

The "awwwwww" moment

The NFL let fans at each of the 32 team sites announce picks in Rounds 4-7, because the draft needed to be a little longer I guess. It did have one fun moment, when a couple who was just married got to announce the New York Giants' pick. And wouldn't you know it? The player was the appropriately named Bobby Hart, a Florida State offensive lineman.

Most GIF-able moment

Ah yes, there was one more highlight from the fans announcing picks, when some excited Buccaneers fans gave everyone the easiest GIF of the draft.

Most extreme high and low

Clemson defensive tackle Grady Jarrett had one of the biggest moments of his life on Saturday when he was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons. But it followed an incredibly tough situation on Friday night when his childhood house that was hosting a draft party was significantly damaged by a fire. It's hard to imagine experiencing all those emotions in a 24-hour stretch.

 

Pick that most teams could regret not making

I'm not the biggest Brett Hundley fan, but the UCLA quarterback does have talent. And there are many teams who are pretty desperate at quarterback. If the Green Bay Packers saw the value in trading up to draft him in the fifth round, why didn't some other teams that don't have an MVP at quarterback? (And the "he couldn't develop slowly with a worse team" argument holds no water; teams have free will and can choose to develop a fifth-round pick at any rate they want.)

Pick that a team might regret

Nebraska pass rusher Randy Gregory is talented, and there's a reason a top-10 type talent slipped to No. 60. The Dallas Cowboys already have a pretty wild locker room, so I'm not sure of the fit here. Hopefully the issues that forced Gregory to slip so far will be behind him. A big draft drop like that can be a wake-up call. But I think, even at the value of a late second-round pick, it was risky.

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05/03/2015 07:07 PM
Reports: Warriors' Stephen Curry to be named 2014-15 NBA MVP

The best player on the best team of the NBA regular season looks set to claim the league's top individual award. Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry will soon be announced as the 2014-15 NBA Most Valuable Player, according to a report from Monte Poole of CSNBayArea.com confirmed by Yahoo Sports' Marc Spears.

Curry was considered to be the frontrunner for the award for the bulk of the regular season and outlasted plenty of deserving competition, including Houston Rockets guard James Harden.

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Poole reported the news following the Warriors' comfortable victory over the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals. He also provides a few details on the announcement, including its potential date:

Official announcement will come this week, sources said, likely on Monday between Games 1 and 2 of the Western Conference semifinals series between the Warriors and the Memphis Grizzlies. The timing of the announcement, one source said Sunday morning, remains flexible and could become between Games 2 and 3 of the Warriors-Grizzlies series.
Curry, who on Sunday scored a game-high 22 points in a 101-86 Warriors victory over Memphis, will become the first Warrior in the franchise's 53-year California history to win the league's highest individual honor. The 27-year-old in February started the All-Star Game for the second consecutive season, this time leading all players in number of votes. [...]
The runner-up in the voting, according to sources, was Houston guard James Harden, who was considered the co-leader in the two-man race with Curry.

Curry had been anxiously awaiting news of the award. A week ago, he told Yahoo's Marc Spears that he got nervous after receiving a call on his phone that said it was from "NBA." It was actually NBA vice president Rod Thorn asking what the referees told him after he was fouled on a game-tying 3-pointer at the end of regulation during Game 3 of the Warriors' first-round series against the New Orleans Pelicans.

Curry worked his way into the NBA conversation early as the Warriors established themselves as the best team of the regular season. He was the top player on a roster that won a franchise-record 67 games, averaging 23.8 ppg (48.7 percent from the field, 44.3 percent from deep) and 7.7 apg while breaking his own 2-year-old record for 3-pointers made in a single season. Curry also improved his previously poor defense and played with plenty of style to make himself the most consistently fun superstar in the NBA.

Harden led a number of challengers for the award, including Oklahoma City Thunder dynamo Russell Westbrook (whose candidacy died as soon as his team missed out on the playoffs), New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis, Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul, and some guy on the Cleveland Cavaliers named LeBron James. Harden's candidacy depended on his brutally efficient scoring and role as the offensive linchpin for a Rockets squad that lost Dwight Howard for several months due to knee soreness. He would have been a perfectly acceptable winner of the award, but Curry had the credentials and broad popularity to become the clear frontrunner. He then won even more support with several fantastic performances after the Warriors had already clinched the West's No. 1 seed. Curry also has a strong argument for his level of importance to the Warriors relative to that of other players, because first-year head coach Steve Kerr reformulated the team's elite offense around his skills when he took over last summer.

Wilt Chamberlain is the only player in Warriors history to win MVP, but he did so in 1959-60 when the franchise was located in Philadelphia.

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05/03/2015 10:28 PM
Brandon Prust rips official Brad Watson for alleged on-ice comments

Brandon Prust might as well just write the NHL a blank check (or cheque) now because he's about to be out of some money.

Following Montreal's 6-2 loss to Tampa Bay, the excitable forward was quite vocal in his criticism of veteran referee Brad Watson, and the way the official reacted to Prust's actions in the final two minutes of the game.

With the game clearly out of hand, Prust had a run in with Tampa goalie Ben Bishop. For this, Prust had to answer to Tampa defenseman Braydon Coburn for his behavior.

Then Prust began a downward spiral that's likely to cost him a good chunk of money, and possibly some playoff games. 

From Sportsnet:

In a span of a few minutes on the ice, Prust earned 27 penalty minutes; on top of the fighting major, he was given a 10-minute game misconduct, a 2-minute tripping minor, and a 10-minute misconduct.

This wasn't the end of it for Prust. In the post-game scrum, he unleashed on referee Brad Watson.

From Bruce Arthur of the Toronto Star:

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Oof.

He's in two kinds of trouble with the NHL, and it will be looked at by someone other than the folks at the Department of Player Safety. Per Bob McKenzie:

Eric Engels covers the Canadiens for Sportsnet. He added some further insight into the situation.

Microphones all over the place, eh? That tape can't be flattering for most guys on the ice, let alone Prust and Watson. (I would pay extra to get that feed on GameCenter Live...)

Food for thought: referees are not angels, that's a given. However, they take a lot of abuse from players and coaches during a game. If the referee is over taking crap from mouthy players, is he not allowed to standup for himself? If it's unprovoked, it's a problem. If it's done in a manner to deliberately impact the outcome of a game, it's a problem.

We'll keep you posted as the story inevitably develops in the Canadian market.

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05/03/2015 11:22 PM
Yasmani Grandal breaks scoreless tie with extra-inning walk-off homer

Take a look around the league with Big League Stew's daily wrap up. We'll hit on all of the biggest moments from the day that you may have missed, while providing highlights, photos and interesting stats.

Los Angeles Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal didn't start Sunday's game, but he ended it. In the bottom of the 13th inning, Grandal came off the bench to pinch hit against Evan Marshall.

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On the third pitch of the at-bat, Grandal crushed an 87 mph change-up out to left center for a walk-off home run. It was the first walk-off homer of Grandal's career.

Grandal replaced A.J. Ellis in the 10th inning. He walked in his first plate appearance and hit the walk-off blast his second time up, securing the 1-0 victory and giving the Dodgers their fourth straight win.

Both teams received great performances from their starters. Chase Anderson and Brett Anderson each tossed six scoreless innings a piece. Chase allowed just two hits, with seven strikeouts. Brett gave up five hits, with four strikeouts.

In the end, the Dodgers bullpen was better. The club held Arizona to just four hits over seven scoreless innings. They struck out nine hitters. 

Los Angeles will begin a series with the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday.

YANKEES SWEEP RED SOX AT FENWAY

The New York Yankees have to be happy after their latest series. The club completed a sweep of the division rival Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park on Sunday.

Jacoby Ellsbury and Brett Garnder did a lot of the damage. Ellsbury reached base five times against his former club during the contest. After singling in his first four at-bats, the Red Sox hit Ellsbury with a pitch his fifth time up. Both benches were warned following the incident.

Gardner picked up two hits during the game, including a three-run homer in the sixth. Mark Teixeira also added a home run, his ninth, in the first inning. The two-run shot gave the Yankees an early lead which they would never relinquish. 

The Red Sox did make things interesting in the ninth, however. Andrew Miller came on with a three-run lead, and wasn't his usual, dominant self. Miller walked two batters, and loaded the bases after a throwing error by Chase Headley.

With David Ortiz representing the winning run, Miller managed to induce a fly out, securing the 8-5 victory. It was Miller's 10th save of the season.

The Yankees are currently 16-9, and sit atop the American League East.

HOUSTON WINS 10TH STRAIGHT GAME

The Houston Astros refuse to lose. The club picked up its 10th straight victory Sunday, beating the Seattle Mariners 7-6. 

Houston jumped out to an early lead after a three-run homer by Evan Gattis, but the team couldn't hold on as the game progressed. After scoring four runs in the seventh inning, the Mariners had knotted things up at six.

With the game tied, Gattis was able to play the hero. He knocked his second home run of the game in the bottom of the eighth inning, giving the team a lead. Luke Gregerson locked things down, and the Astros won 7-6.

With the win, the Astros are off to their best start in team history.

Houston will look to extend their streak to 11 games against the Texas Rangers on Monday.

WONG'S WALK-OFF WINS IT

 St. Louis Cardinals' second baseball Kolten Wong came up big Sunday against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Wong ended a 2-2 tie in the bottom of the 14th, sending an 86 mph changeup out to right for a walk-off shot. Wong was a constant thorn in the Pirates' side throughout the contest. He went 3 for 4, with one run scored and one RBI. 

Wong didn't even enter the game until the eighth inning, when he replaced pitcher Randy Choate. 

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While Wong's hit didn't get Michael Wacha the win, the 23-year-old posted another strong start. Wacha allowed five hits over 6 2/3 scoreless innings. He struck out two during the contest.

Wacha was in line for the win, but Trevor Rosenthal couldn't hold a one-run lead in the ninth. With the win, St. Louis improved to 18-6 on the season.

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