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[در انتظار پاسخ] not surprisingly — rusty and a tad nervous
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - This was not a good night to ask Arizona Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson what he thought of Juan Uribes performance. Uribe homered in each of his first three trips to the plate, and the Los Angeles Dodgers connected six times Monday night in an 8-1 romp over the Diamondbacks that reduced their magic number for clinching the NL West title to eight. "They swung the bats very well. You saw ... six home runs. They were on tonight," Gibson said. "Weve got scouting reports, but youve got to tip your hat a little bit to Uribe." Los Angeles first four homers came off Randall Delgado (4-6), who threw 70 pitches over 2 2-3 innings. The Panamanian right-hander is 1-3 with a 5.40 ERA and 13 home runs allowed in eight starts since earning his first major league complete game and shutout on July 26. Andre Ethier drove Delgados second pitch of the second inning to centre field for his 12th homer, and Uribe sent a 2-0 pitch into the left field pavilion for the Dodgers fourth set of back-to-back homers this season. It was more of the same in the third. Adrian Gonzalez hit his 20th homer after a double by Hanley Ramirez, and Uribe went deep again on a full count — marking his 10th multihomer game and first since Sept. 23, 2010. "Delgado made good pitches to get out of that inning, but after that he gave up four home runs, so we got him out of there," Gibson said. "He has good stuff, but he just has to learn to locate and keep pitches out of the middle of the zone." Two innings later, Uribe completed his first three-homer game in the majors with a two-out drive into the pavilion seats in left-centre after Ramirez homered on reliever Eury De La Rosas first pitch of the fifth. Uribe was the eighth player in the majors this season to hit three homers, and the first Dodger to do it since Ethier on June 26, 2009, against Seattle. "They dont come too often, but its fun from that perspective — to see a guy locked in and square the ball that well," Ethier said. "His offence has really picked up — especially in the second half. You want to figure out ways to contribute and help this team win and make things successful here. We have a chance to do something pretty special, and I know thats something he wants to be a part of." Coming off a three-game sweep by Cincinnati that ended with two walk-off wins by the Reds, the Dodgers began a stretch of seven games in 11 days against the second-place Diamondbacks, who are 12 games off the pace with 19 remaining for both clubs. "Obviously, theyre the ones chasing us, so I think its important for us to put them away and we have a great chance to distance ourselves from them going head-to-head," Ethier said. "But at the same time, we needed to get back on our own game. We had a little losing streak on the end of the road trip and had a tough series in Cincinnati, and we needed to figure out how to get back to doing what we need to be doing." The D-backs held a 9 1/2-game lead on Los Angeles on June 22, when the Dodgers were last in the division. Since then, the Diamondbacks have gone 31-38 while the Dodgers have gone 53-17. "Its not over, but weve definitely been looking forward to these two series from a while back," Gonzalez said. "We knew we could make it happen in these seven games and clinch it, but we still want to clinch it at home. So we came in here not only looking to win today but the next two days as well. It was a great way to get the series started." Uribe also beat out an infield single to third base in the seventh against Heath Bell to drive in the Dodgers final run, capping his first four-hit game since April 23, 2001, against Atlanta. The 34-year-old third baseman, batting .279 with 10 homers and 44 RBIs, is in the final year of a three-year, $21 million contract he signed as a free agent after helping San Francisco win the 2010 World Series title. The previous two seasons combined, he had six homers and 45 RBIs. Ricky Nolasco (13-9) won his seventh straight decision over eight starts as Los Angeles scored its first seven runs on the long ball and enjoyed their biggest power display in almost seven years. It was the first time the Dodgers hit as many as six home runs in a game since Sept. 18, 2006, when they highlighted a seven-homer barrage with four in a row in the ninth inning against San Diego and won it on a two-run shot in the 10th by Nomar Garciapara. Nolasco allowed an unearned run and three hits in 6 2-3 innings and struck out six. The right-hander, who pitched eight scoreless innings in each of his previous two starts at Dodger Stadium against the Red Sox and Cubs, extended his home scoreless streak to 24 1-3 innings before Didi Gregorius hit a two-out RBI double in the fifth. Martin Prado, who returned to the Arizona lineup after missing two games with flu-like symptoms, singled with one out in the second for the D-backs only hit through the first four innings. NOTES: RHP Trevor Cahill, who starts Tuesday night for Arizona against RHP Edinson Volquez, is 5-0 with a 2.10 ERA in eight career starts against the Dodgers. ... Nolasco is 3-0 with a 1.25 ERA in three starts against the Diamondbacks this season, including a 2-1 decision with the Marlins on May 19 at Miami. He beat them 6-1 in his Dodgers debut. 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But Paul Osbaldiston, Hamiltons assistant special teams and kicking coach, said the team still relished the championship game workout.LAKE LOUISE, Alta. - After a fifth-place finish in a World Cup super-G, her third race in three days, Lindsey Vonn used six simple words to sum up where things stand in her comeback from major knee surgery. "I know," Vonn said, "I can win again." She also had this to say after coming within a second of winner Lara Gut of Switzerland on Sunday: "Im ready for Sochi." The 2014 Winter Games are less than two full months away, and Vonn said she might only race one or two times before then. "I know that Im skiing well," said Vonn, the 2010 Olympic downhill gold medallist and a four-time overall World Cup champion. "So I know that I dont need to push myself and try to push the limits of my knee to race as many as races as I can." Until this weekend, the 29-year-old American had not competed since a high-speed crash at the world championships last February ripped two ligaments in her right knee and broke a bone in that leg. Working her way back from that, Vonn had a setback less than three weeks ago, partially re-tearing her reconstructed right ACL. "She had a trauma about a month ago, so its very impressive that shes doing it," said U.S. teammate Leanne Smith, who was sixth Sunday. "Every one of her teammates are her biggest fans, I would say. Were happy to have her back." Vonns first race in 10 months was Fridays downhill, and she was — not surprisingly — rusty and a tad nervous, and wound up 40th, ending a seven-race winning streak at a resort in the Canadian Rockies nicknamed "Lake Lindsey." In Saturdays downhill, Vonn was 11th. The "very goood progression," as U.dddddddddddd.S. Ski Team womens speed coach Chip White put it, continued Sunday with Vonns best showing yet. She declared herself pleased with her mental and physical improvement over these past few days. "My run was pretty good. I was pushing the line really hard and I think I went a little bit too straight in some sections. But thats a good mistake to make — pushing the limits and trying to go straighter," Vonn said after finishing in 1 minute, 23.71 seconds. "Thats far from where I was two days ago. So I think it was a huge step in the right direction. I think it was a perfect way to end the weekend." Gut was timed in 1:22.86, edging Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein by three-hundredths of a second to reclaim the lead in the overall World Cup standings with her fourth victory of the young season. Shes won half of the races so far. Vonn, of course, knows how to ski rather well, to say the least. What shes needed to do of late is figure out how to do it properly with, as she joked Friday, "a little bit of ACL left." Skiing with a brace on, Vonn felt her right knee was stable and came through what amounted to a 72-hour test in good shape. Now she will huddle with her coaches and try to decide where and exactly how often to get in a starting hut ahead of the Olympics. "I do need a couple more starts," Vonn said. "I want to make sure that I get on the podium at least once, if not win, before ... Sochi. For me, mentally, I really want to have that in my back pocket." ___ Follow Howard Fendrich on Twitter at http://twitter.com/HowardFendrich ' ' '
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