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11.04.2019 06:50
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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Texas Rangers ran into one of the America Leagues hottest pitchers Saturday night and their winning streak came to an end.Evan Longoria and Luke Maile homered, Odorizzi won his fifth game since the All-Star break and the Tampa Bay Rays ended the Rangers four-game winning streak with an 8-2 victory.Odorizzi (8-5) is 5-0 with a 1.64 ERA in seven starts since the break. The right-hander allowed six hits and struck out four over six innings.We had the guys we wanted at the plate, but he made the pitches when he needed to, Rangers manager Jeff Bannister said. Look at his numbers. Thats why his numbers are what they are.Rougned Odor hit his 23rd homer in the fourth for the only run against Odorizzi. Adrian Beltre and Elvis Andrus had two hits each for the Rangers, who entered the day with a seven-game lead in the AL West.With Tampa Bay up 2-1 in the sixth, Texas Jonathan Lucroy hit a two-out double that appeared to score Adrian Beltre until a replay review showed second baseman Tim Beckhams throw was in time to get Beltre and end the inning.They made a good relay throw to the plate, Lucroy said. Good defense, I guess.The Rangers didnt score again until the ninth inning when they were seven runs down.An extremely close play at the plate, Bannister said. I believe that changes the complexion of the game. ... Beckham made a great throw that got Beltre at the plate, made it as close as possible. It was ruled safe and then got overturned. But if that ball goes off line or if Beckham hesitates at all, hes safe.The Rays scored in each of the first two innings off starter A.J. Griffin (5-3). Longoria drove in a run with a two-out single in the first, and Maile made it 2-0 with his first career home run in the second. Longorias 28th homer made it 3-1 in the sixth.Brad Miller had a three-run double in the seventh for Tampa Bay off reliever Keone Kela.Nomar Mazara hit his 14th home run for the Rangers in the ninth.Griffin pitched 5 2/3 innings, giving up three runs and seven hits while striking out four.BELTRE GRIEVINGBeltres two-homer, four-hit game Friday night occurred after he was informed of his grandfathers death on Thursday, the Rangers said. Beltre has yet to inform the team of any plans to take a bereavement leave.To be able to do what he did last night is in itself incredible without any external distractions, Bannister said. To be going through that, Im sure, was extremely tough for him.TRAINERS ROOMRangers: LHP Derek Holland, who last pitched for the Rangers on June 20, threw another bullpen session Saturday. Bannister is leaning towards having him make his start (Tuesday) in Cincinnati.UP NEXTLHP Martin Perez (8-8) will start Sundays series finale for the Rangers, making make his 26th start, which will tie for the AL lead. Rays LHP Drew Smyly is 5-11 with a 4.85 ERA but gave up only one hit in Mondays 8-2 win over San Diego. Custom Green Bay Packers Jerseys . "We have always prided ourselves on the way we play defence. Having two big pieces back is going to be a key for us moving forward for years to come," said Knighthawks head coach Mike Hasen. Ray Nitschke Jersey . Two pressure cooker bombs exploded near the finish line of the April 15 race in an area packed with fans cheering the passing runners. Three people were killed and more than 260 injured, including at least 16 who lost limbs. .com) - Manchester City midfielder David Silva is expected to miss the next four weeks because of a calf problem. Dave Robinson Jersey . Louis Blues absence from top spot in the TSN. 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Midlands powerhouses Northampton and Leicester must set aside their respective turbulent weeks as they face make-or-break games in the fourth round of European Rugby Champions Cup fixtures.Northampton will be without England captain Dylan Hartley, who has been banned for six weeks after last Fridays swinging arm on Sean OBrien that resulted in the hookers third red card of his career.Hartleys latest misdemeanour came in a 37-10 home humbling by Leinster, with the teams immediately meeting again as this weekends matches see the reverse of the third round contests.That defeat left Saints bottom of Pool Four with one win, meaning they need victory on Saturday at the Aviva Stadium to stay alive in the competition.Northampton director of rugby Jim Mallender told BBC Radio Northampton: Weve got to go out there and play some rugby; were not going to beat them playing 10-man rugby.Theyve clearly got a good pack who put our forwards under pressure in the set piece, particularly the scrum, although we did well on our lineouts and they did well on their lineouts.A Castres home win over Montpellier on Sunday in the other pool contest would help Saints cause.Meanwhile Leicester are aiming to recover from their heaviest Champions Cup loss, a 38-0 hammering at Munster that reportedly left director of rugby Richard Cockerill in danger of being sacked.Cockerill will require victory at Welford Road on Saturday to appease chairman Peter Tom and get Tigers European campaign back on track. Like rivals Northampton they have one win, albeit they are third in Pool One, which is led by Munster.Glasgow are hot on Munsters heels after their 23-14 triumph at Racing 92, a result head coach Gregor Townsend hailed as the clubs best in Europe.Racings all-stars will be out for revenge on Friday evening at a sold-out SScotstoun Stadium where back-row forward Josh Strauss is set to make his 100th appearance for the Warriors.ddddddddddddDefending champions Saracens will be looking to make it four Pool Three victories from four on Sunday against winless Sale, who they thrashed 50-3 last weekend.Rugby league convert Denny Solomona is poised to make his Sharks debut after his controversial move from Castleford.The 23-year-old Auckland-born player failed to report for pre-season training with Castleford despite having two years left on his contract and on Tuesday signed a three-year deal with the Premiership club.Solomona told Sales website: I have played full back, centre and wing and I dont really have a preference and will do my best whatever position I am asked to play by Steve Diamond.In the other pool match Toulon will look to keep pressure on Sarries by completing a double over Scarlets on Sunday at Parc y Scarlets.Wasps are also top of their pool and will be seeking successive wins over Connacht, although Saturdays meeting at the Sportsground looks tougher than last time out.Toulouse, third in Pool Two, are expected to keep pressure on Wasps with home success over Zebre.Winless Exeter need victory at Bordeaux on Saturday to revive their Pool Five campaign, but have not been helped by head coach Rob Baxter having to deny that England back Henry Slade is set to leave the club for Bath.Baxter told the Cheifs website: Ive had a couple of chats with Henry and had a joke with him about all the rumours that are flying around because there is no truth in him having any interest in going to Bath.In the other pool clash leaders Clermont host Ulster, who have two wins from three. 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