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MILWAUKEE -- Yovani Gallardo sauntered through the clubhouse holding the barrel end of a bat, then headed down a hallway before his start against the Baltimore Orioles. No game-ending hit needed Wednesday night. This time, he earned a victory on the mound. The Milwaukee right-hander struggled through 6 2-3 innings, but got backed up by Ryan Brauns early two-run double and Khris Davis three-run homer in the eighth to beat Baltimore 8-3. On Tuesday night, Gallardo delivered a game-winning RBI double as a pinch-hitter in the 10th inning. He went 1 for 2 on Wednesday, though the rest of the lineup took care of the offence. "To add on late like that -- huge," manager Ron Roenicke said. "We keep waiting for one of those and we got it." Gallardo (3-3) overcame two solo shots by Nelson Cruz, who leads the majors with 19 home runs. He gave up three runs on four hits and five walks in 6 2-3 innings for his first victory since April 6, a span of nine starts. Gallardo walked the bases loaded in the fourth with two outs, escaping by getting Jonathan Schoop to ground out. Gallardo said he was rushing through his delivery at times in the evening, and catcher Jonathan Lucroy went out several times to try to refocus his pitcher. "Obviously three walks in a row is never good," Gallardo said. "But I was able to make a pitch whenever I needed to get out of it." Gallardo left after Nick Markakis doubled with two outs in the seventh. Markakis scored on Manny Machados single off reliever Brandon Kintzler to get Baltimore within 4-3. Adam Jones added another single, and lefty reliever Will Smith made a wild pickoff throw to put runners at second and third with Orioles slugger Chris Davis up. But Smith, the setup man with a potent slider, struck out Davis swinging. He sandwiched three more strikeouts around a hit in the eighth to cap his 1 1-3 scoreless innings. The Brewers broke away in the eighth off relievers Brad Brach and Brian Matusz. Pinch-hitter Rickie Weeks singled to left past a drawn-in infield and Khris Davis high fly off Matusz then sailed around the left-field pole for the 8-3 lead. "We let that eighth inning get away from us. I liked our chances there if we could have held it to one run," manager Buck Showalter said. Davis hit his ninth homer of the year, and third in three games. No, he wasnt trying to outshine the Baltimores more notable power-hitting Davis. "I know how to hit, thats what I love to do the most," said the Brewers Davis, who extended his hitting streak to seven. "As long as I keep loving it, the games going to love me back." Cruz has taken a liking himself to Miller Park after hitting three homers in two games. His second homer Wednesday went more than 400 feet to dead centre, and Cruz pointed two fingers skyward after crossing the plate before bumping fists with a smiling Machado at the dugout steps. "Nellie, hes a perennial hitter," Orioles starter Bud Norris said. "Weve seen him for years in other leagues and everything else, but to have him over here in Baltimores been outstanding." The NL Central-leading Brewers took two of three in the teams first interleague meeting since 2008. The Brewers had the early advantage against Norris (3-5), who allowed four runs, five hits and three walks in six innings. Braun hit a hard chopper down the first-base line for his two-out double with runners on second and third. Braun and Carlos Gomez each had two hits and a stolen base for Milwaukee. NOTES: Orioles LHP Johan Santana, signed as a minor league free agent during the off-season after missing all of the 2013 season following shoulder surgery, is likely to make one more outing in extended spring training, manager Buck Showalter said. The Orioles would then like the former Cy Young Award winner to make at least two minor league starts. ... Baltimore sends Ubaldo Jimenez (2-6) to the mound Thursday in the opener of a four-game series in Houston. 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Denver Nuggets Jerseys .com) - Real Madrid claimed its 16th consecutive victory across all competitions on Saturday after earning a 2-1 win over Malaga at the Estadio La Rosaleda.Each week, TSN.ca Fantasy Editor Scott Cullen and NFL Editors Ben Fisher and Mitch Ward discuss three hot fantasy football topics. 1) Was Week 5 TY Hiltons coming out party, or is he still just a low-end WR2/flex play? Cullen: I like Hilton quite a bit, but even though I think his Week 5 performance helps to clarify that hes ahead of Darrius Heyward-Bey in the Colts wide receiver plans, Hilton hasnt done it consistently enough to be more than a low-end No. 2 or Flex receiver. He has gone over 100 yards twice this season, and those games are great, but Hilton has 78 yards total in the other three games and its risky to have a starting wide receiver who has that kind of downside. Fisher: Hilton started the year as nothing more than a flex play as he was behind Darrius Heyward-Bey on the Colts depth chart. But we all knew that wouldnt last long, and now that hes surpassed DHB his weekly totals are more indicative of the type of receiver he is. Hilton is going to have a great career in Indy playing with Andrew Luck but hes still splitting targets with Reggie Wayne this year. There are too many stud receivers more consistent than Hilton to consider him a WR1; I like the sophomore pass catcher more as a solid WR2 for the rest of the year. Ward: Hilton has tremendous potential and is going to have plenty more days like the 140-yard, two touchdown one he had in Week 5 playing alongside Andrew Luck in Indy. However, he just isnt going to be consistent enough to be considered a WR1 at this point in his career. For now, he is a hit or miss WR2 capable of going off for huge numbers, but equally as capable of being held to only a few. 2) Is Cam Newton worth hanging on to after his slow start? Cullen: After a Week 3 performance against the New York Giants, in which he counted for four touchdowns (three passing, one rushing), Newton was off to a good start -- his 18.7 Fantasy points per game at that point would rank eighth right now -- but coming off a bye week, Newton laid an egg in Arizona, dropping his numbers. Such is the fluctuation in value this early in the season. Anyway, I say ride with Newton because his next four opponents -- Minnesota, St. Louis, Tampa Bay and Atlanta -- are a combined 4-14, so if Newton cant produce against that opposition, it will be readily apparent at that point what the answer should be to this question. Fisher: Nope. Too many times we hold on to players projected to play better and all they do is burn a spot on our bench. The Panthers have been a mess thiss year and its hard to see them improving too much while the owner may or may not be conducting a preliminary search to replace head coach Ron Rivera.dddddddddddd If you have the space on your bench then hold on to Newton he finds his game this year, but the third-year QB has barely outscored a number of QBs that find themselves on the waiver wire each week. Ward: Yes. Newton has underperformed so far this season, but he has more talent and upside than the QBs likely to be sitting on the waiver wire you might replace him with. He also has some pretty juicy matchups in the coming weeks that could be just what the doctor ordered to get his season back on track. Dont give up on him just yet. 3) Considering the teams shaky QB situation, are either of the Jaguars top WRs worth a spot on your fantasy team? Cullen: Even with terrible quarterbacks, both Cecil Shorts and Justin Blackmon are worth owning. Shorts leads the league in targets (61) and his 82.2 receiving yards per game ranks 17th, which is enough to be a low-end No. 2 or Flex starter in most weeks. Blackmon has only played one game, after missing the first four due to suspension, but he still had five catches for 136 yards and a touchdown. One thing about losing -- and the Jaguars will lose a lot this season -- is that teams have to throw the ball in an attempt to cut into the deficit. That means plenty of looks for both Shorts and Blackmon and enough value to be owned in most fantasy leagues. Fisher: Cecil Shorts has quietly put up a top 25 WR performance in most scoring formats through five weeks. That might not continue however as Shorts should surrender targets to Justin Blackmon moving forward, regardless whos throwing the ball. Blackmon however could be worth starting after his impressive 2013 debut last week. He had five catches for 136 yards and a touchdown, finishing in the top 10 among receivers. You cant expect a touchdown from Blackmon every week – the Jaguars are terrible – but if he keeps out of trouble the young wideout should perform as a strong WR2. Ward: Yes to both Shorts and Blackmon. I am particularly high on Blackmon who showed exactly how good he can be in his first game of the year with 136 yards and a score. While the QB situation in Jacksonville is iffy at best, the Jags will pretty much always be trailing this season and be forced to throw a lot of passes. This means lots of opportunity for both Blackmon and Shorts. The team might be awful, but these two can help your fantasy roster. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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