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ANAHEIM, Calif. Joel Iyiegbuniwe Bears Jersey . - Albert Pujols hit a go-ahead, two-run home run, and C.J. Cron and pinch-hitter David Freese also homered against the Houston bullpen in the Angels eight-run seventh inning as Los Angeles beat the Astros 11-5 on Saturday night for their ninth straight home win. Pujols 511th homer tied him with Mel Ott for 23rd place on baseballs career list. Houston starter Scott Feldman left after six innings with a 5-2 lead and was replaced by Anthony Bass (1-1). Cron greeted Bass with a leadoff single before Freese batted for John McDonald and hit his first homer in 124 career at-bats at Angel Stadium and first in the majors as a pinch-hitter. Kole Calhoun followed with a single for his third hit of the game. Bass retired Mike Trout before Pujols drove out the next pitch for his 19th homer. He is one away from tying Ernie Banks and Eddie Mathews on the career list. Tony Sipp, who surrendered Trouts walkoff homer in the ninth inning of the Astros 7-6 loss on Friday, gave up a walk to Josh Hamilton and an RBI double to Erick Aybar. After an intentional walk to Howie Kendrick, Josh Zeid came on and yielded Crons three-run homer. Trout, the 14th Angels batter in the seventh, struck out against Sipp with the bases loaded to end the teams most productive inning of the season after 55 minutes and 74 pitches. Michael Roth (1-0) pitched two perfect innings of relief for the victory after rejoining the Angels from the minors earlier Saturday. Los Angeles is a season-best 14 games over .500 and remains 3 1-2 games behind AL West-leading Oakland. Angels lefty Hector Santiago gave up five runs, six hits and three walks in five innings of his 11th start of a season in which he has been demoted to the bullpen and to the minors. He is 0-7, and his ERA jumped from 4.08 to 4.50. Feldman allowed two runs on six hits and struck out five without walking a batter. Chris Carter hit a grand slam for Houston. The Astros, who came in with an AL-worst .235 batting average, scored five runs in the third after the Angels took a 1-0 lead in the first on Pujols RBI single. Jason Castro tied it with an RBI double before Santiago hit George Springer on the left leg and gave up a single to Matt Dominguez. That set the stage for Carter, who also homered on Friday. Carter slammed his 15th homer of the season and second career grand slam. NOTES: Pujols hit his 542nd career double in the ninth, overtaking Rogers Hornsby for 30th place. ... The Angels became the fourth team to reach the 50-win mark, joining the As, Brewers and Dodgers. ... Freeses homer was the first by an Angels pinch-hitter since Chris Iannettas solo shot on Sept. 4, 2013. ... Roth was selected to the major league roster to replace LHP Rich Hill, who was designated for assignment. ... Former Angels 3B Troy Glaus, who hit a franchise record 47 home runs in 2000 and was the 2002 World Series MVP, threw a ceremonial first pitch. ... The Angels optioned RHP Cory Rasmus to Triple-A Salt Lake, after obtaining LHP Joe Thatcher and OF Tony Campana from Arizona in a trade that sent OF Zach Borenstein and RHP Joey Krehbiel to the Diamondbacks. Chase Daniel Bears Jersey . - The situation looked bleak at best for the coach Doc Rivers Clippers — down by four points with 18 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Chase Daniel Jersey . - Anthony Beauvillier had the winning goal in the third period as the Shawinigan Cataractes edged the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2-1 on Wednesday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play. GLASGOW -- There was a moment Wednesday night when Derek Drouin was waiting to make his final attempt in high jump. In the tunnel to the track, Brianne Theisen-Eaton and Jessica Zelinka were waiting for their final event of the heptathlon. All action had paused for a medal ceremony. It was for Canadian Jim Steacys gold medal in the hammer throw from the previous night. The "O Canada" moment wasnt lost on any of them. "The national anthem played right before my last attempt and I thought, If this isnt going to get me pumped up I dont know whats going to," Drouin said. Drouin and Theisen-Eaton would both go on to claim gold, while Jessica Zelinka won silver in the heptathlon and Mike Mason took bronze in the high jump. Julie Labonte added a bronze in shot put for a five-medal night for Canada at the track. "When we were in the tunnel ... I was listening to the Canadian anthem and thinking, An hour and that could be me," Theisen-Eaton said. Drouin, from Corunna, Ont., cleared 2.31 metres to win his first major international high jump title, while Mason, from Nanoose Bay, B.C., won the bronze with 2.25 metres. Theisen-Eaton won the heptathlon with a score of 6,597 and Zelinka scored 6,270 for silver. "We got four medals in the span of about two minutes there, so were definitely moving in the right direction. Good things are happening," Drouin said. "And Mike and I got to pass our (Canadian) flags on to the heptathlon girls, so it was a pretty special five minutes there." Added Theisen-Eaton: "All of a sudden, all of once, Scott (MacDonald, Athletics Canadas high performance director) was trying to give everybody flags. Good problem to have." After another strong day, Canada remained in third place in the overall medal standings with 51 medals (22 gold, seven silver, 22 bronze). Australia leads with 106 medals, one more than England. David Tremblay of Windsor, Ont., won gold in the mens 61-kilogram category, Dori Yeats of Montreal won the womens 69-kilo title and Arjun Gill of Surrey, B.C., won gold in the mens 97-kilo event. Jill Gallays of Saskatoon and Braxton Stone-Papadopoulos of Pickering, Ont., won bronze medals. Gallays finished third in the womens 53-kilo category and Stone-Papadopoulos was third in the womens 58-kilo class. In diving, Montreals Meaghan Benfeito and Roseline Filion of Laval, Que., won gold in the womens synchronized 10-metre platform. Lavals Jennifer Abel and Pamela Ware of Beloeil, Que., later added silver in the three-metre springboard. The 24-year-old Drouin, who won bronze at both the 2012 London Olympics and 2013 world championships, had hoped to go higher. Hes broken the Canadian record three times in less than a year, and in his first meet this season, cleared 2.40 metres to join an exclusive club -- only about a dozen jumpers in history have jumped that high. It wasnt to be on a blustery night at Hampden Park, as he missed all three attempts at 2.35. "I would really love to jump 2.40 again. Id like to get up to those high heights again," he said. "I think we got a taste of what Scottish weather was like," he added, of the conditions. "It was funny, within a matter of about two minutes we had a problem of rain and then the sun being in our eyes. Its just what you have to deal with, it obviously wasnt perfect but we dealt with it." Theisen-Eaton, a 25-year-old from Humboldt, Sask., won five of the seven events -- high jump, shot put, 200 metres, long jump and the 800 -- over the two days for her first major international victory. She won silver at both last years world indoor and outdoor world championships. "So this gold medal makes me really happy,"t; she said. Allen Robinson Jersey. "I always said I dont think I would get choked up but I had to fight back a few tears (on the podium). Its just representing your country and knowing everybody back home is happy and watching and supporting you. It feels really good." Theisen-Eatons husband Ashton Eaton -- a world record-holder and Olympic and world champion in the decathlon -- cheered her on from the stands. The American even wore a Canada T-shirt. "Ashton obviously knows what its like to be out there as an athlete, and knows that sometimes its hard to fire yourself up," Theisen-Eaton said. "So at the long jump, he walked over and said, Bri, come here! and I go over there, he was like, Come on, youve got to get fired up for this one! "He just amps me up." The heptathlon marked the first time Theisen-Eaton and Zelinka had battled head-to-head since the London Olympics. The 32-year-old Zelinka, from London, Ont., took last year off from the multi-events, needing a break. Earlier this season, Theisen-Eaton broke Zelinkas Canadian record of 6,599 points, recording 6,641 in Gotzis, Austria. Theisen-Eaton had a virtually unbeatable 326-point lead after six of the seven events, and they capped the two days with a hard-fought 800. Theisen-Eaton won in two minutes 11.46 seconds, Zelinka finishing eight-10ths of a second behind her. "I wanted to be competitive and show Im back, and Im strong mentally in this event," said Zelinka, who won the two events that Theisen-Eaton didnt -- the 100-metre hurdles and javelin. "This is kind of like a little opening ceremonies for me coming back. Its good to play again, it was playing. It was fun." Asked for her reaction to Theisen-Eatons victory, Zelinka said: "No reaction, I knew she could do it. She was second coming in. In the world. I was 20th. So it was no surprise. But I still wanted to challenge her, because thats what we do in heptathlon." Zelinka, who was seventh in both the hurdles and heptathlon in London, almost didnt qualify for Glasgow, as the cut-off date to qualify was June 1. She missed the qualifying standard at a meet in May, so decided at the last minute to try again. "I did a race in Texas at 9 oclock, drove four hours, got to bed at two, started the hep at about 10 oclock the next day just to try again and I got (the qualifying standard)," she said. "I havent not made a national team since I was pregnant, every year Ive been on the national team, and it really means a lot." Zelinka echoed the praise of all the Canadians for the raucous crowd in the 44,000-seat Hampden Park -- normally the home of Scotlands national soccer team, but transformed into the track and field venue for the Games. The noise from the crowd for every event was deafening. "It took us forever to get around that (victory) lap, everyone is so into it here," Zelinka said. "Its such a great crowd, very genuine and very supportive of just great efforts, no matter what country." The 24-year-old Labonte threw 17.58 metres for the shot put bronze. Valerie Adams of New Zealand won the gold with 19.88, while Cleopatra Borel of Trinidad & Tobago was second with 18.57. Canada has 10 medals in track and field, including five gold, with three days of competition to go. The Canadian team brought home 17 medals in the sport from the Games four years ago in New Delhi. Kyriakos Ioannou of Cyprus was second in the high jump with 2.28 metres. Englands Jessica Taylor won heptathlon bronze with a score of 5,826. Labonte threw 17.58 metres. Valerie Adams of New Zealand won the gold with 19.88, while Cleopatra Borel of Trinidad & Tobago was second with 18.57.Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys From China Cheap Nike Basketball Jerseys Wholesale Hockey Jerseys China Nike Baseball JerseysCheap College Jerseys China Cheap Football Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Canada Wholesale NHL Jerseys Canada Wholesale Nike MLB Jerseys Canada Cheap NBA Jerseys Authentic Canada Stitched Soccer Jerseys Canada Cheap Jerseys Canada NFL ' ' '
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