Rodriguez allowed three runs - two earned - and four hits in six innings. Dustin Pedroia homered leading off the sixth and has a 28-game hitting streak against the Blue Jays. Lonnie Chisenhall doubled home a pair in the Indians' four-run third, two innings before Mike Napoli (NAP'-oh-lee) broke a 4-4 stalemate with his 32nd home run of the year.
The awkwardness continued days later when Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte called Mr Obama a "son of a bitch" and warned him not to challenge him in their planned meeting in Laos , leading Mr Obama to call it off. The White House tried to play down the claim, saying it believed Chinese activity in the area was at the same level as previous months. The President said even if the meeting between him and Obama had been deferred to a later date, they had a brief interaction in a holding ...
Strasburg had an MRI on the elbow earlier Thursday, one day after leaving a start in the third inning.? With Braves pitcher Mike Foltynewicz attempting to bunt after Dansby Swanson's leadoff double, Strasburg's 0-2 pitch sailed high. Strasburg wasn't in the clubhouse after the game. Cole, Giolito and Lopez are, Baker said, going to be pitching deeper into a season than they have before in their careers.
Hinch told reporters, including Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle . Instead of going to get the ball and "playing to the whistle", Houston Astros catcher Jason Castro made a decision to stand around and argue that the ball did, in fact, go off Lonnie's bat.
Partner Soares added: "They're the best team this year, defending champions, playing an unbelievable level, but I thought we did extremely well. We saved the best for last and we're going away with the trophy". "I find it easy to do that with Bruno. It's not much fun to lose in the final". They would not know who they had to beat for a couple more hours, but one of the hot teams of the moment are the Lopez's, and they have beaten Murray and Soares three times this year already.
Mourinho's side, by contrast, were struggling until debutant goalkeeper Claudio Bravo's composure disappeared with his clean sheet, flapping at a Wayne Rooney free-kick as Zlatan Ibrahimovic fired home with aplomb before the break. "We played good in the first half because of Claudio". "When you play good in the first half with the ball it's for that reason, because you make this build up with Claudio", he added.