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The Winnipeg Goldeyes recorded their first sweep of the 2014 season on Sunday afterno
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The Winnipeg Goldeyes recorded their first sweep of the 2014 season on Sunday afternoon, as they were able to top the Lincoln Saltdogs in all three games the two teams played this weekend. Don Mattingly Home Jersey . The Goldeyes (7-3) ended their 10-game season opening road trip with a 6-4 win over the Saltdogs (4-6) in front of 2,941 fans at Haymarket Park. The sweep was the Goldeyes first three-game sweep at Haymarket Park since May of 2003. The Saltdogs opened the scoring in Sundays matchup in the bottom of the second, on an Ian Gac solo home run. The Goldeyes though were able to respond in the top of the third, with Ray Sadler hitting a home run of his own to tie the game. The home run was Sadlers team leading third of the season. "Its all about answering what they do at the plate," said Goldeyes Pitching Coach Jamie Vermilyea on the Jewel 101 Post-Game Show. "If they put up runs, we have to come right back out and do the same thing ourselves." The Fish extended their lead an inning later. Casey Haerther got on base on a Saltdogs error and then was driven in on an RBI single by Ryan Pineda. Then the Saltdogs tied it back up on a second home run from Gac in the bottom of the fourth. It remained tied until the top the sixth when the Goldeyes were able to score two on three hits. With two out, Haerther and Pineda both got on base on singles, and then Jordan Guida hit a two-run RBI double to bring them both home. "Hes only playing every three or four days, but when he gets in there hes getting the job done getting us big hits, big RBIs," said Vermilyea of the rookie catcher Guida. The Fish were led on the mound by starting pitcher Chris Salamida, who recorded his first win in three starts so far this season. Salamida was able to retire 21 of the 26 batters he faced on only 84 pitches. He struck out one and gave up no walks. "He put those past two starts behind him and he came out being aggressive, throwing strikes," Vermilyea said. "He did a heck of a job and turned it over to the bullpen with the lead." The Goldeyes went up by four in the top of the eighth. Reggie Abercrombie got on base on and then was driven in on a Donnie Webb RBI single — with the hit, Webb extended his hitting streak to eight games. Webb was brought home four batters later on a RBI single from Tyler Kuhn. The Saltdogs were able to muster two more runs in the bottom of the eighth, as Jon Gaston hit a two-run home run off of Taylor Sewitt. Sewitt was able to strike out the side though to end any further threat from Lincoln.Kyle Bellamy, who came in to pitch the ninth inning, earned the save. The loss was charged to Lincolns Nick Green. The Goldeyes now come home for their Home Opener. They will face the Sioux City Explorers at Shaw Park at 7 p.m. on Monday night. The expected pitching matchup will see Winnipegs Kyle Anderson (1-0) face Sioux Citys Patrick Johnson (0-1). The two teams will then play again on Tuesday at 7 p.m. and Wednesday at 11 a.m. Mariano Rivera Jersey Womens . But history aside, theyre still happy to participate in the Par 3 contest, traditionally held on the day prior to the first round of the Masters. Thurman Munson Jersey .com) - The Oakland Athletics needed to rely on a lot of young pitchers to win an American League West title this season. http://www.yankeesshoponline.com/dj-lema...rance.html . Coach Randy Carlyle didnt know the severity of Bozaks injury. Bozak left the bench and went down the tunnel early in the second period, returned to play a handful of shifts and then did play in the third.SEATTLE -- Jason Vargas used his "accelerator" to control the strike zone and it meant his first road victory of the season. It came at a place where he felt like home. Vargas allowed three hits over seven innings and the Kansas City Royals had 16 hits -- all singles -- in a 6-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Friday night. Vargas (3-1), who pitched for the Mariners for four seasons (2009-12), struck out six without a walk. He is 3-1 with a 1.59 ERA in four career starts against his former team. His 2.30 ERA at Safeco Field is tied for the seventh best for a starter in park history Vargas signed a four-year, free-agent deal with the Royals in November. "When hes on his game, like he was tonight, he really works the accelerator really well," Royals manager Ned Yost said. "He pushes down with the fastball, backs off with the changeup. Good curveball. "What pitchers like Vargie do so well is they disrupt the opposition hitters timing. He did that extremely well tonight." Vargas said controlling the strike zone is always his goal "but the execution is not always the same. ... Tonight I was able control counts and able to make pitches down in the strike zone." Salvador Perez, Eric Gordon and Eric Hosmer had three hits each for the Royals while Nori Aoki and Lorenzo Cain had two each. The Mariners have scored just two runs and have 10 hits over the past three games. Brandon Maurer (1-1) took the loss, allowing 14 hits, six runs -- four earned -- and did not walk or strike out a batter. The 14 hits Maurer allowed were just one short of the team record set by Greg Hibbard on May 24, 1994. "This was a weird, weird game," Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said. "Maurer threw the ball extremely well, gave up two hard hits. They were persistent, put the bat on the ball and found some holes. "It was one of those nights. I didnt look up to see if it was a full moon or not. It was weird." The first hit Vargas allowed came in the third, a one-out single by Mike Zunino. Shortstop Alcides Escobar knocked the hard grounder down but it rolled a few feet away. The other hits were Dustin Ackleys line single to centre in the fifth and Robinson Canos ground single to right in the seventh. "He mixed it up and threw strikes," Mariners third baseman Will Bloomquist said of Vargas. "I saw a couple changeups and they were kind of Jamie Moyer-like, coming out of the back of his hand and falling off pretty good. He threw the ball well." Thee Royals pieced together rallies off Maurer. Thurman Munson Away Jersey. Only one run scored on a hit. The rest scored on an error, a sacrifice fly, a double play and two on fielders choices. "We dont care how we get the runs," Hosmer said. "Any way we can produce them. Thats what we need to do. As an offence, we just have to bear down and find ways to produce runs." Aoki opened the game with a single to right followed by Hosmers single to right, with Aoki sprinting to third. Aoki scored on Billy Butlers bouncer to Bloomquist, who tried to start a double play but threw wildly to second, pulling Cano off the bag. Initially, the umpires ruled Hosmer safe on an apparent error but Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon challenged the call. After a review, it was ruled that Cano dragged his left toe across the bag while in possession of the ball. Hosmer was ruled out. Perez bounced into a double play to end the inning. Hosmers sacrifice fly in the third put the Royals up 2-0. Mariners shortstop Brad Millers throwing error in the fourth allowed two more runs. Perez opened with a single followed by a clean bunt single by Gordon. Johnny Giavotella then bounced a potential double-play ball to short but Millers flip to second sailed into right field and Perez scored. Gordon would later score the second run on Cains double-play grounder. Kansas City made it 5-0 in the sixth when Butler scored on Giavotellas fielders choice. Cains one-out single in the eighth scored Perez from second to make it 6-0, ending Maurers evening. The Mariners scored in the eighth off reliever Aaron Crow. Miller drew a one-out walk. Pinch-hitter James Jones then stroked a two-out double into the right-field corner. Miller had stopped at third then trotted home on right-fielder Aokis throwing error. NOTES: Mariners LHP James Paxton, who started the season at 2-0 before suffering a strained lat muscle, threw 25 pitches in a bullpen session before the game. RHP Taijuan Walker (right shoulder impingement) will have his first bullpen session Sunday. There is no timetable for either pitcher. Also, RHP Stephen Pryor, coming off shoulder surgery, is back with Triple-A Tacoma. . Kyle Seager was a late scratch for the Mariners because of flu-like symptoms. Bloomquist replaced him. . The Royals pre-game move to promote Giavotella was necessary because of Omar Infantes ailing back. Infante missed Thursdays game and will be rested for the series. Giavotella was hitting .352 for Triple-A Omaha. To make room, the club sent RHP Michael Mariot to Omaha. 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