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Mets rally late to beat Mariners 7-5

Mets rally late to beat Mariners 7-5

Conforto hit two home runs, including the go-ahead homer in the eighth inning, as his New York Mets beat Seattle 7-5 Friday. Wilmer Flores doubled to lead off the inning and advanced to third on a groundout. Jerry Blevins (5-0) worked 1 1/3 innings for the win. Dyson stole second to put runners at second and third, but deGrom got out of the inning by striking out Mike Zunino and Jean Segura.


Hurricanes succumb to Lions

Hurricanes succumb to Lions

But when prop Jacques van Rooyen bulldozed over for a try just before half-time, there was a massive shift in momentum. They will now host the Crusaders in next week's final. The Lions, who finished first on the overall Super Rugby ladder despite avoiding Kiwi opposition all season, ran in three tries - with Springboks first-five Elton Jantjies prominent - to close out the match.



Arsenal ace Alexis will tell Wenger: Sell me to Man City

The wantaway Chilean forward is ready to make his demand official by slapping in a transfer request if Wenger refuses his plea to leave the Emirates on good terms. Sanchez has been a revelation for Arsenal ever since he made his move from Barcelona in the summer of 2014. He would have come back tomorrow but he will be here on Tuesday.


Sox push across run in 10th to win

Sox push across run in 10th to win

Mookie Betts , who tied the score with an eighth-inning sacrifice fly, was walked intentionally and, after a wild pitch, Nunez picked up his third RBI of the four-hour, 45-minute game that ended just before midnight. Jason Vargas was the winning pitcher, he pitched 6 innings giving up 1 run on 5 hits. After escaping the first three innings unscathed, Rodriguez pushed his luck in the fourth and a harmless fly ball down the right field line from Lorenzo Cain somehow snuck inside Pesky's Pole ...



Dani Alves leads PSG to French Super Cup win vs. Monaco

Both clubs are unable to put on the match for your combat strength - "Monaco" in the offseason for a large sum was sent to England Bernardo Silva, Tamwe Bakayoko and Benjamin Mendy, while PSG were missing angel Di Maria, Julian draxler and Lucas Moura.



Vettel denies Hamilton a record-equalling pole

Both Mercedes' drivers were fast enough for second row, with Valtteri Bottas of Finland placing third and with Lewis Hamilton of Britain placing fourth . It was an inauspicious and badly-timed mistake by the Ferrari young driver who, following confirmation the Scuderia will power Sauber in 2018, is likely to be in a fight against GP2 Charles Leclerc to partner Marcus Ericsson at the Swiss-based outfit next year.