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Team Oregon #1 Wins 48th Hogan Cup; Samuel Pyon, Craig Ronne Earn Co-Medalist Honors

PORTLAND, ORE. – Team Oregon #1 pulled away from the field to win the 48th Eddie Hogan Cup Team Matches on Sunday, asteammates Samuel Pyon (Happy Valley, Ore.) and Craig Ronne (Klamath Falls, Ore.) shared co-medalist honors at Riverside Golf & Country Club in Portland, Ore. The 2016 Hogan Cup was held this weekend,...
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Mariners

Cruz, Hernandez help Mariners hand Angels 11th straight loss

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Once he got rolling, Felix Hernandez had little trouble with the reeling Los Angeles Angels – except Mike Trout. Nelson Cruz hit his 30th home run to lead Hernandez and the Seattle Marinerspast Los Angeles 3-2 on Monday night as the Angels matched a franchise record with their 11th consecutive defeat. Hernandez (7-4) struck out eight and pitched...
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Mariners

Seager drives in 4, Mariners beat A’s for 8th win in 9 games

OAKLAND, Calif. — After more than two weeks of close games decided by three runs or fewer, the Seattle Mariners finally had a relaxing ninth inning. Seattle also inched closer to division-leading Texas — a small but significant step for manager Scott Servais’ ballclub. Kyle Seager doubled twice and drove in four runs and...
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San Francisco Giants

Schoop homers, O’s overcome 6-run deficit to beat Giants 8-7

SAN FRANCISCO — In a lineup full of sluggers and superstars, Jonathan Schoop has had the timeliest hits for the Baltimore Orioles. He delivered again with a three-run homer in the ninth inning Sunday, when the Baltimore Orioles overcame a six-run deficit to give the struggling San Francisco Giants another deflating loss, 8-7. “Oh,...
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Oakland Athletics A's

Trumbo hits slam, majors-leading 32nd HR, leads O’s over A’s

OAKLAND, Calif. — Mark Trumbo hit a grand slam for his major league-leading 32nd homer and drove in five runs as the Baltimore Orioles beat the Oakland Athletics 9-6 Thursday to avoid a four-game sweep. The Orioles had been shut out for 17 straight innings and lost their lead in the AL East following...
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Mariners

Cruz homers after Verlander, Felix duel; Mariners top Tigers

SEATTLE – Felix Hernandez and Justin Verlander couldn’t settle things Wednesday night, so slugger Nelson Cruz decided the outcome with his bat. Cruz hit his 28th homer in the eighth inning after Hernandez and Verlander dueled through the first seven, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Detroit Tigers3-1 to complete a three-game sweep. Cruz hit a 1-1 pitch from Justin Wilson (2-4) over the batter’s...
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San Francisco Giants

Crawford’s HR helps Giants take series by beating Miami 1-0

MIAMI — Two days after Brandon Crawford battered the Miami Marlins with seven hits, he beat them with one swing. Crawford homered in the fourth inning and the San Francisco Giants won a series for the first time since the All-Star break, beating Miami 1-0 Wednesday. Crawford’s seven hits in the opener of the three-game set tied an NL record....
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Oakland Athletics A's

A’s win 1-0 to knock Orioles out of first place

OAKLAND, Calif. – Ross Detwiler knows it will take more than one strong outing for people to take him seriously again as a starting pitcher. Eight scoreless innings in his Oakland Athletics debut is certainly a good place to start, and far more than what manager Bob Melvin hoped for from his new left-hander. Detwiler and John Axford combined on...
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Mariners

Seager, Zunino rally Mariners past Tigers 6-5 in 15 innings

SEATTLE – Mike Zunino got the pitch he expected from Detroit Tigers closerFrancisco Rodriguez and didn’t waste the opportunity. Kyle Seager had two key hits that tied the score, Zunino lofted a game-winning sacrifice fly and the Seattle Mariners rallied twice to beat Detroit 6-5 in 15 innings Tuesday night for their season-high fifth straight victory. “He’s got great stuff,” Zunino said....
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Oakland Athletics A's

Smolinski, Neal help A’s win second straight over Orioles

OAKLAND, Calif. – Oakland Athletics middle reliever Liam Hendriks pumped his fist and did a little spin as he came off the mound after striking outBaltimore Orioles slugger Mark Trumbo to end the seventh inning. Ryan Madson wasn’t as demonstrative but was equally pumped up after gettingChris Davis to strike out looking to end the game with the tying run on first base....
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