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29.09.2019 03:55
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MILWAUKEE -- It was a special night for Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Josh Harrison. With his father watching from the stands, Harrison homered, doubled, single and drove in a career-high five runs to lead the Pirates to a 8-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday. The Pirates are holding the teams annual Father & Son Weekend during this series, with the dads of numerous players, including Harrisons, on the trip. Harrisons father sat near his locker in the clubhouse after the game with a big smile on his face. "It is always special to play well in front of my dad," Harrison said. "Hes seen me play plenty of times, but you still always want to do well." Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said it "was a big show up night" for Harrison as each of three hits came with two outs. "Those are game-changers," Hurdle said. "It was a very big night for Josh. It was fun to watch." Andrew McCutchen also homered for Pittsburgh, which had lost nine of 12 going into the series against the NL Central-leading Brewers. With the win, Pittsburgh now trails Milwaukee by five games. Jeff Locke (5-3) pitched six strong innings, giving up two runs and two hits. He walked six, but was able to strand five runners. Yovani Gallardo (8-7) lasted just five innings, allowing six runs on eight hits and three walks. Ryan Brauns two-run homer in the first inning gave Milwaukee a 2-0 lead. It was his 16th home run of the season, but just his second since July 22 as hes been slowed by a sore thumb. Pittsburgh came right back in the second for 3-2 lead, taking advantage of Gallardos wildness as he issued two straight walk after an error by third baseman Aramis Ramirez. Jody Mercer hit a sacrifice fly and Harrison lined a two-run double. The Pirates made it 4-2 on Neil Walkers RBI triple in the third and Harrison singled home a run in the fourth. McCutchen hit his 18th home run of the season leading off the fifth. It was his third game since coming off the disabled list because of a rib fracture and it was his first home run since he hit two against Cincinnati on July 12. Harrison hit a two-run homer in the eighth. WALK THIS WAY The Pirates won despite issuing eight walks and recording only one strikeout. Hurdle said he cannot remember winning a game with those type of stats. TRAINERS ROOM Pirates: Hurdle expressed cautious optimism that INF Clint Barmes would be able to rejoin the team during a three-game series with St. Louis that starts Monday. Barmes has been out since early July with a left groin strain and is currently on a rehab assignment with Triple-A Indianapolis. Brewers: RHP Kyle Lohse, who missed his last start due to a sore right ankle, is set to start Monday against the San Diego Padres. Lohse threw a bullpen session Friday and said afterward he felt good. ... RHP Matt Garza (left oblique strain) will throw a bullpen session Sunday. Manager Ron Roenicke said he hopes Garza would return to the starting rotation in early September. ON DECK Pirates: RHP Edinson Volquez (10-7) starts Saturday at Miller Park. He has won six of his last seven decisions. Brewers: RHP Wily Peralta (15-7), tied for the major league lead in wins, faces the Pirates. Adidas Nmd Cs1 Pas Cher . Moments after scoring and setting off another wild celebration at Minsk arena, Platt leapt into the arms of Belarusian captain Alexei Kalyuzhny. Basket Adidas Nmd Homme Pas Cher . Mike Ribeiro had a goal and an assist as Phoenix held on to snap a two-game losing streak with a 4-3 win over the Edmonton Oilers on Friday. . Eller said the Oilers were a "junior team" that was "all over the place" before Edmontons 4-3 victory over Montreal on Tuesday night, Oilers head coach Dallas Eakins took offence to Ellers comments and used it to motivate his youthful team. Adidas Human Race France . Venus Williams advanced to the ASB Classic final in Auckland on a walkover when fellow American Jamie Hampton withdrew from their semifinal Friday with a right hip injury. Adidas Nmd Pas Cher Chine .com) - Devin Booker scored 19 points and top-ranked Kentucky put on a defensive clinic in an 83-44 obliteration of UCLA in the CBS Sports Classic. LOS ANGELES -- Never before had the Los Angeles Dodgers seen a game like this at Dodger Stadium. The NL West leaders are hoping they dont have to watch a repeat performance any time soon. Hunter Pences grand slam and career-high seven RBIs helped the San Francisco Giants romp 19-3 Saturday night -- the most runs a Dodgers opponent has ever scored at Chavez Ravine. Brandon Belt also homered and set career highs with five hits and six RBIs during the Giants 22-hit attack. "This was one of those games. Weve probably had four or five of them all year," manager Don Mattingly said. "I think its probably a lot easier to write one of these off than it is to blow a two-run lead in the ninth, a game you really should have won. We really didnt have a chance to win this game." The Dodgers magic number for clinching the West title remained at four. The last time the Dodgers allowed 19 runs at home was on Sept. 12, 1961, when Philadelphia won 19-10 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in a game started by none other than Sandy Koufaxe. Dodger Stadium opened the following season. The Giants posted their highest-scoring game since a 23-8 rout at Atlanta on June 8, 1990. It was the biggest run total against the Dodgers since the Cubs beat them 20-1 at Wrigley Field on May 5, 2001. "Any time something significant like that happens, its something to be grateful for and something to be humbled by," Pence said. "Its a good feeling, but weve got to remember its just one win. We had a lot of good at-bats and a lot of good swings." Ricky Nolasco (13-10) gave up seven runs on seven hits and three walks in 1 1-3 innings. Errors by third baseman Juan Uribe and centre fielder Yasiel Puig hurt him, too. "It was a sloppy game all the way around," Nolasco said. "I felt great, thats the funny thing about this game. Things just didnt go our way today and some balls found spots. It wasnt my day, it wasnt the teams day." The reigning World Series champions scored three times in the first, including an RBI single by Pence. Tim Lincecum got to bat before he ever threw a pitch, grounding out after a bases-loaded walk to Brandon Crawford. "Things like this happen. If this was happening regular, Id maybe say I had some concerns," Mattingly said. "But as good as Rickys been pitching -- and he has one bad outing -- I cant say Im really concerned.dddddddddddd They had his number, but anybody we sent out there ... it was just one of those nights." Pence hit a two-run single in a four-run second. He added his fourth career slam in the fifth against Stephen Fife, connecting exactly one year after his previous one. His 23rd homer made it 12-1. Lincecum (10-13) won his fourth consecutive decision. The two-time NL Cy Young winner allowed three runs and five hits over six innings and struck out six. Its the first time Lincecum has won more than three straight decisions since a five-game string in early 2010. Lincecum also singled twice and scored two runs. Pinch-hitter Alex Castellanos, recalled by the Dodgers from Triple-A Albuquerque earlier in the day, homered on the first pitch he saw in the fifth. Two pitches later, Lincecum plunked Puig, drawing lusty boos from the sellout crowd of 53,062. Puig ended up scoring on Adrian Gonzalezs RBI single. "You never want to see a ball go at some guys head, even if youre trying to pitch there," said Lincecum, who has hit five batters in his 30 starts. "And I wasnt really trying to pitch there, so thats kind of what made it scary. So I was just gesturing to make sure he knew that I wasnt intentionally doing it -- because head shots are scary." The Giants scored twice in the seventh and added three runs in the eighth. San Francisco scored two more in the ninth before Dodgers reliever Brandon League retired pinch-hitter Tony Abreu on a bases-loaded, double-play grounder. NOTES: Pence is the only player to start in all 149 games for San Francisco. The last player to appear in all 162 games for the Giants was 1B Will Clark (1988), who was used five times as a pinch-hitter that season. ... Lincecum is 9-6 with a 2.95 ERA in 21 career starts against the Dodgers. ... The only drama left in the NL West is the battle to avoid last place, with the Giants, Padres and Rockies all tied. The only team to finish last a year after winning a World Series was the 1998 Marlins. ... Lincecum needs two more strikeouts to become the seventh pitcher in Giants history with at least 1,500. ... The Dodgers played without SS Hanley Ramirez (irritated nerve in his back) and CF Andre Ethier (shin splints). ' ' '

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