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Romain Grosjean believes there is no easy solution when it comes to obeying blue flags and says the situation is never going to be ideal.Haas teammate Esteban Gutierrez has come under fire in recent races for the way he has dealt with being lapped, after appearing to hold up Lewis Hamilton during the Hungarian Grand Prix, before Daniel Ricciardo criticised Gutierrez in Germany.Explaining his own experiences from Hockenheim, Grosjean says he can sympathise with Gutierrez after losing nearly three seconds when allowing Ferraris Sebastian Vettel to lap him.It depends on the case, the Frenchman said. When [the leaders] are coming on new tyres or the same tyres and theyre faster its easy. [In Germany] I had Vettel behind me and he was about two tenths faster because he was on old tyres and I was on super-softs so of course it would take him 10 laps to close a two-second gap.I did a few laps in front and then we had a warning from Charlie [Whiting, Formula One race director] and I let him by but it cost us 2.6 seconds in one straight line so that was a lot of time lost. You are not happy because youre fighting to go to the points as well -- but they are the leaders -- there is no right or wrong answer.Grosjean revealed the issue had been brought up in the drivers briefing ahead of the German Grand Prix, with a number of potential solutions discussed.We discussed about doing a one-second threshold and let him [the faster car] by early, which I think could be a good idea. Some are not in favour. Its never going to be ideal, Grosjean said.I think I would like a blue flag system which is in function on the speed delta in between the cars. If they are one second faster per lap, then the two-second mark is fine.But if they are only two tenths faster per lap -- you see them in the mirrors and they are miles away and not catching up -- so youre like Why should I let them by? But that would be a tough software [to implement].Andre Johnson Jersey . This should be celebrated because it will not always be this way. With the amount of money given to players by their clubs these days, it is a wonder that so many of those teams allow the sport to continue to take away many of their assets so they can play for a different team in the middle of their season. Max Scharping Jersey . LOUIS -- Cardinals cleanup hitter Allen Craig says hes recovered from a foot injury and ready to be put on St. http://www.cheaptexansjerseysauthentic.com/?tag=authentic-david-steinmetz-jersey . 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On Tuesday night, Albers got an even bigger shot at realizing his dreams when he made his major league debut against the Kansas City Royals. Just like he did back then, Albers made the most of it. He allowed four hits while pitching into the ninth inning, leading the Twins to a 7-0 victory at Kauffman Stadium. "Its hard to put into words, but it was special to go out and have that kind of performance in your debut," he said. "Unfortunately, its probably not going to get much better from there." The first big leaguer from Saskatchewan in more than 20 years, Albers only allowed a collection of singles to one of the hottest teams in baseball, and at one point retired 15 straight. He ended up two outs shy of his third straight complete game dating back to his days with Triple-A Rochester, and the first shutout in a big league debut since Detroits Andy Van Hekken did it in 2002. Casey Fien wound up finishing it up when Albers began to labour in the ninth inning. "I didnt want to go out there and take him out," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said, "but he was completely out of gas there at the end. Wow that was fun to watch." The Twins took most of the pressure off Albers with a big night at the plate. Brian Dozier homered and drove in three runs, and Justin Morneau of New Westminster, B.C., and Chris Colabello also went deep. All that damage came against Shields (6-8), who even balked in a run during his worst start in nearly two years. The former All-Star gave up three runs in the first inning and never settled down the rest of the evening, labouring through six innings on an uncomfortably humid night. "Sometimes this can happen," Shields said, "but Ive got to do a better job." The Twins hammered Shields right from the start. Doziers homer was the first leadoff shot for Minnesota since Denard Span went deep against the Phillies on June 12, 2012. Jamey Carroll promptly worked a walk and Morneau, who came into the game hitting .371 against Shields, added a two-run shot later in the first to stake the Twins to a 3-0 lead. Shields continued to struggle with his command in the second inning, walkiing Chris Herrmann to lead it off and then plunking Clete Thomas.dddddddddddd Doug Bernier laid down a perfect sacrifice bunt to move both runners up, and Herrmann scored on Doziers sacrifice fly. Colabello hit his third homer of the year in the fourth, and then plunged Shields into more trouble with a leadoff single in the sixth. Herrmann added a single to put runners on the corners, and a balk by Shields on a pickoff move to third base brought in another run. Dozier drove in his third run of the game with a single to make it 7-0. It was the first time Shields allowed at least seven runs since Aug. 21, 2011, when he was still with Tampa Bay. The three homers he allowed were the most since June 2 of the same year. "He just had trouble getting the ball down," Royals manager Ned Yost said. "Command was the issue most of the night for him. After the second inning it got a little better." Albers couldnt have gotten a whole lot better. The first big leaguer from Saskatchewan since 1991, when Terry Puhl retired, Albers showed promise when he was drafted by the Padres in 2008. But he needed Tommy John surgery the next year and was released before showing what he could do with a rebuilt elbow, finally ending up with the Quebec Capitales of the Can-Am League when he was healthy enough to pitch again. Albers failed to impress in a pair of big league tryouts in Arizona in 2011, but he was willing to drive at his own expense to Florida for another try with the Twins. His only other option was to head home to North Battleford and get on with life, and Albers showed just enough to earn himself a job. "For a guy whos not a prototypical prospect, for them to stick with me the way they have, its pretty special," said Albers, who was 11-5 with a 2.86 ERA at Rochester before getting called upon to replace fellow Canadian Scott Diamond in the Twins rotation. "You dream about this," he said, "but you never know if itll actually happen." Notes: The Royals will recall LHP Danny Duffy from Triple-A Omaha to start Wednesday night against the Twins Samuel Deduno. It will be Duffys first big league start since May 2012 after having Tommy John surgery. ... Twins 3B Trevor Plouffe was held out of the lineup as a precaution after tumbling head-first into the dugout to catch a foul ball Monday. ... Twins SS Pedro Florimon (sore left wrist) took BP and could start Wednesday. ... 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