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KANSAS CITY, Mo.
cheap nfl jerseys . -- Kansas Citys Omar Infante has a sprained jaw and
needed six stitches to close a cut opened when he was hit by a Heath Bell pitch.
Infante was injured during the seventh inning of Mondays 4-2 win over Tampa Bay
and was sent to the University of Kansas Medical Center. The Royals said Tuesday
that the second baseman did not sustain a concussion. The team said he will be
evaluated over the following two days and he was not likely to miss a
significant amount of playing time. "It was great news, no fracture," Royals
manager Ned Yost said. "I just saw him in the training room. He looks good. He
just ate something, so he was able to chew. He was smiling. He was talking. It
could have been a lot worse, so we really dodged a bullet there." Infante left
Detroit during the off-season and signed a $30.25 million, four-year contract
with the Royals. Danny Valencia replaced Infante at second base on Tuesday,
leaving the Royals had no backup infielder. Yost said the Royals arent sure
whether they will make any roster moves before a six-game trip to Minnesota and
Houston that starts Friday. Yost said for the rest of the Tampa Bay series he
can rely on backup catcher Brett Hayes and left fielder Alex Gordon as emergency
infielders.
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federal court in Brooklyn for settlement talks aimed at heading off a trial in
the defamation case. McNamees lawyer emerged saying an agreement wasnt likely.
"I think this is a case where the lines are deeply drawn in the sand," said
attorney Richard Emery.
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with an 8-4 win over the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks Saturday night at Newman
Outdoor Field before 3,990 spectators, including a small, vocal crowd of
Winnipeg fans.SAN FRANCISCO -- Giants slugger Michael Morse received a couple of
batting tips from home run king Barry Bonds during spring training. He obviously
heeded the advice. Morse homered for the second consecutive game to back another
stellar outing by Tim Hudson, and San Francisco beat the Cleveland Indians 5-1
on Friday night. "One thing Barry told me was just go up and try to get hits,"
Morse said. "Home runs are a product of good swings." Morse might have been
channeling Bonds a bit when he hit a towering blast to right-centre off
Cleveland starter Carlos Carrasco. The leadoff shot in the fourth went to one of
the deepest parts of the park and is Morses sixth home run of the season. He
also drove in a run with a sacrifice fly in the first. "For a guy to hit the
ball where he hit it, a man has to do that," San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy
said. "I guess thats why hes got the nickname The Beast." Hunter Pence had two
hits and two RBIs while Brandon Crawford also knocked in a run to help the
Giants win in their first interleague game of the season after going just 6-14
against the American League in 2013. Hudson (3-1) scattered four hits over seven
innings and struck out five. He walked two, ending an impressive streak of 30
consecutive innings without one. Michael Bourn tripled and scored Clevelands
only run. Jason Kipnis and Nick Swisher added two hits apiece for the Indians,
who lost for just the second time in six games. The Giants jumped on Carrasco
for two runs in the first inning, then rode the pitching of Hudson and two
relievers to the win in their first game against a team outside of the NL West
this season. Hudson had not issued a walk in his first four starts this season
before giving up a free pass to Carlos Santana with two outs in the first. It
was the longest walk-less streak to start a season by a pitcher in the majors
since Tiny Bonhams 33-inning stretch for the New York Yankees in 1944. Hudson
also walked Santana in the sixth. Beyond that, San Franciscos crafty
right-hander was solid in his first start against the Indians since May 30,
2004. He pitched out of two-out, two-on jam in the first and retired nine
straighht after giving up an RBI single to Nick Swisher in the third.
cheap jerseys. "It was a nice streak to start the year," Hudson
said. "Obviously it was not going to continue all year. Thats not typically the
kind of pitcher I am." Jeremy Affeldt pitched a scoreless eighth and
Javier Lopez worked the ninth to complete the five-hitter. Morse, who homered
twice in Wednesdays extra-inning win over Colorado, made it hold up with a
sacrifice fly in the first and a leadoff home run in the fourth, a booming shot
to centre on an 0-2 pitch from Carrasco. Pence added an RBI triple in the first
and an RBI single in the third. Both times he drove in Angel Pagan. Carrasco
(0-3) allowed four runs over six innings. The right-hander, winless over his
past 17 starts dating to 2011, struck out six and walked one. He didnt get much
support, either. The Indians had two runners on in the first, sixth and eighth
but failed to score each time. The bottom six spots in Clevelands lineup went
0-for-21. "We couldnt generate enough offence to climb back in," Indians manager
Terry Francona said. "(Carrascos) fastball was kind of what plagued him tonight
right from the get-go. He was scattering some fastballs and I think thats what
got him in a little bit of trouble." Pagan had two hits in his return to the
Giants lineup after being limited to a pinch-hitting role on Wednesday. San
Franciscos leadoff hitter underwent an MRI on Thursday and was diagnosed with
what manager Bruce Bochy called a "chronic small tear" of the patella tendon in
his right knee. The Giants made it 5-1 when slumping Pablo Sandoval tripled in
the seventh and scored on Brandon Crawfords single. Sandoval, who went into the
game batting just .165, was dropped to sixth in the Giants order and went
1-for-3. NOTES: Bochy said he plans to keep Morse in the No. 5 spot as
protection for cleanup hitter Buster Posey. Morse leads the Giants with 17 RBIs.
... RHP Tim Lincecum (1-1), who pitches for San Francisco on Saturday, has
struck out 24 hitters in 21 innings. ... RHP Zach McAllister (3-0) goes for the
Indians and has not allowed a home run in 31 consecutive innings dating to 2013.
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