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  • For eight-and-a-half innings, everything pointed to the Winnipeg Goldeyes winning for the first time at Newman Outdoor Field in the regular season since 2012. In the bottom of the ninth, that all changed. The Goldeyes blew a 3-1 lead in the bottom of the ninth and watched the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks walk-off with a 4-3 win before 3,798 fans Friday night at Newman Outdoor Field. The loss halts Winnipegs four-game winning streak and extends their regular season losing streak at Newman Outdoor Field to seven games. Winnipeg struck for the first run of the game in the top of the first inning. With two out, Ray Sadler landed on second base after a throwing error by Fargo third baseman Ronnie Bourquin on a ground ball. Luis Alen then looped a broken-bat base hit over RedHawks shortstop Zach Penprase to score Sadler. The Goldeyes increased their lead to 3-0 in the eighth inning. With one out, Tyler Kuhns slow grounder was thrown down the first base line by Fargo starting pitcher Taylor Stanton, which allowed Kuhn to scamper all the way to third base. Jake Blackwood followed that will a seeing-eye single to easily score Kuhn. After Blackwood reached second on a groundout by Sadler, Alen singled Blackwood in. Brendan Lafferty relieved Goldeyes starter Kyle Anderson for the bottom of the eighth and the RedHawks broke the shutout after Lafferty threw a wild pitch with Fargo catcher Petey Paramore on third base. After the Goldeyes left the bases loaded in the top of the ninth, Lafferty gave up three consecutive hits, including a game-tying two-RBI double to Sawyer Carroll. Kyle Bellamy then came in hoping to get the game to extra innings, but surrendered a single to C.J. Retherford to end the game. Lost in the defeat was another spectacular outing from Anderson, who pitched seven scoreless innings and gave Winnipeg every opportunity to win the game. He lowered his ERA to a league-best 0.91. Lafferty suffered the loss, while Wes Roemer picked up the win in his RedHawks debut. The two teams will meet again Saturday night. The Goldeyes will start Matt Jackson against Fargos Jake Laber. Game time is 6 p.m. Vans Old Skool España . The Detroit Tigers slugger fell short in his bid to become the first player to win the Triple Crown in successive seasons. Venta De Zapatillas Vans Old Skool . The Rangers announced after Thursdays 4-2 loss to the New York Yankees that they would purchase Williams contract from Triple-A Round Rock. The 32-year-old Williams was released by Houston earlier this month after going 1-4 with a 6. -- At the beginning of training camp, Andrew Bogut set a goal to play all 82 regular-season games and regain his place among the NBAs best centres. Vans Old Skool Tienda Online . Andrews, Scotland - Oliver Wilson fired a final- round, 2-under 70 on Sunday and he held on to win the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship by one shot. Vans Old Skool En Oferta . - Their offence is underperforming.While some could argue that P.K. Subban is the most talented Montreal Canadiens skater since Alex Kovalev, the former Habs forward has a strong difference of opinion. Kovalev, in Montreal for a charity golf tournament, didnt mince words on Tuesday regarding the superstar defencemans style of play and his new contract that makes him the highest paid player in franchise history. "First of all I dont understand how they get these contracts," Kovalev told Philippe Lehoux of RDS on Tuesday. "I know its a different lifestyle, different times...if you go back to the 70s they werent making the big contracts either and they probably felt the same way about us when we came into the league and started making big money. Now its the same thing for us." Kovalev, who played five seasons with the Canadiens from 2004 to 2009, added that hes not a fan of Subbans play on the blue line. "Im not saying that he isnt a good hockey player - hes not the guy," he said. "Hes a risky defenceman and hes a wide open defenceman. What Im saying is that he can give up five goals and score five goals, and the scores still going to be zero-zero. So if for example, he saves five goals and scores five goals, thats a different style of hockey. So I alwaays compare him with (former Rangers teammate) Brian Leetch, because he wants to play the same kind of style and be more offensive.dddddddddddd Hes not making the right decisions. Hes making the risky plays, hes not making the right decisions sometimes. He just plays like we used to play on the street...street hockey." Subban, who was a restricted free agent with arbitration rights this summer, agreed to terms on an eight-year, $72 million contract with the team on Aug. 2, avoiding a salary arbitration ruling from a hearing that tok place less than 24 hours earlier. He signed a two-year deal worth an average annual value of $2.875 million contract prior to the 2012-2013 season - a season that saw him capture the Norris Trophy as the NHLs top blueliner. He also scored 10 goals and added 43 assists in 82 games with the Canadiens in 2013-14 and led all Canadiens skaters in postseason scoring. That resume, however, is not enough to convince Kovalev that Subban has earned his long-term payday. "Maybe because he won best defenceman of the year, thats how they get paid these days," he said. "You know, you win best player of the year and you get a big contract right away. But for his game, I dont understand why he got so much money." ' ' '
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