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Carlos Martinez records first career complete-game shutout

Carlos Martinez records first career complete-game shutout

His 13 home runs allowed this season are eighth most in the National League. Wacha (3-3) went six innings before being lifted for a pinch hitter. "I felt like I had pretty good command of mostly everything", Wacha said. Louis should have been expected to perk up at the sight of Philadelphia uniforms. The roster move accompanied a litany of coaching changes announced by the general manager.



Steve Kerr thought original technical foul was called on Draymond Green

See below. The second technical foul would have led to Green's ejection from the game. The officials acknowledged after the game they did not handle the situation very well. Having the opportunity to get redemption, Green will certainly get the troops in order and make sure they close this thing out. "I'll tell you, ain't no tech going to stop me from being me".



As expected, no suspensions, fines out of Game 4

In fact, they seem to get better the more desperate their situation. There were numerous missed calls and bad makeup calls that did not allow for the Warriors to gather any fluidity on the court. "We've just got some resilient guys". The Cavs attempted 45 3's, only one more than in Game 3 when they connected on 12 of them. Kyrie Irving was the game's leading scorer with 40 points and Kevin Love chipped in with 23 points for the Cavs.



Health of Nashville defenseman Ryan Ellis still in question

Ellis had a seven-game points streak this postseason. Or, the home team will win again and the Stanley Cup Final will have its first Game 7 since 2011. It wasn't enough for the league to hand the Cup to the Penguins on the spot. They'd go on to hammer the Predators, 6-0. Malkin's 10th goal of the playoffs came with the teams skating 4-on-4.


Hamilton equals Senna on 65 poles with storming lap in Canada

Hamilton equals Senna on 65 poles with storming lap in Canada

Mercedes set the pace in both the first parts of qualifying, with Hamilton leading Bottas by less than 0.07s in Q2. The Brit narrowly beat Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel to the top spot with a time of 1:11.459. "It was a good qualifying session though, and getting better at the end". "It's was a sexy lap. Ayrton inspired me to be where I am today - a big thank you to the Senna family".



Defensemen help Penguins play fast in Stanley Cup Final

So do the Predators, who can't get back to Smashville fast enough. "We made mistakes in front of him", Laviolette said. Eight minutes into the second period, Kessel got his chance to shoot - and made Malkin's prediction come true - when he received a pass from Olli Maatta in the slot.