How did we rate the players in the second-leg of the semi-final? Monaco dominated in the opening exchanges as they went in search of getting back into the tie after losing the first leg 2-0 at the Stade Louis II a fortnight ago. It was a virtuoso display from Alves as well as the 34-year-old Brazilian set up even more opportunities for Higuain as well as Paulo Dybala before his magic minute prior to half time.
Zimmermann has allowed five earned runs in three of his five starts this season. Cody Allen walked two in the ninth but struck out Jim Adduci with the tying run on third to end it. The Indians are going to need Kluber for another deep postseason run, and if the offense can wake up and provide run support for Clevinger in some spot starts, a few days offs for the ace would do wonders for his health and stamina later in the year.
The Nashville Predators drew their highest-ever local television rating for Sunday's Game 3 3-1 playoff win against the St. Louis Blues . Vladimir Tarasenko and his St. "Two shutouts the last series against San Jose? If we do that I think we have a better chance". Whether you think Mike Yeo is the right man to lead this team for the future, one thing that can't be argued is his ability to read this team.
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Pittsburgh Penguins right wing Phil Kessel (81) shoots the puck against Washington Capitals defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk (22) during the first period of Game 2 in an NHL hockey Stanley Cup second-round playoff series , Saturday, Ap. Oshie said. "He's a game-changer for us". That's all. Braden's our backbone. Between Anderson in one net and Henrik Lundqvist between the pipes for the Rangers, goals could be at a premium.
Still, the Mets have managed to somehow survive, insisting they will learn from their past mistakes. The Mets, meanwhile, argued that this was the culmination of numerous slip-ups, and the team did not want to upset the clubhouse by giving Harvey special treatment.