Julio Urías enjoyed this excursion to Seattle and performance against the Mariners far more than the last time he was on the same mound.
Urías threw seven prevailing innings of one-hit ball, striking out a career-high 11 and leading the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 1-0 success on Tuesday.
The matchup between early-season division leaders out West was an entertaining pitchers’ duel with Urías improving of Seattle’s Marco Gonzales. Furthermore, it was a very different outcome than the previous summer, when Urías neglected to make it out of the second inning in his lone other beginning against the Mariners.
Urías said that unique trip was a suggestion to confide in his pitches.
“I know that I have really good stuff, and to have confidence to attack the players, to attack the hitters and just trust that my stuff plays,” Urías said through a translator.
Urías (3-0) was exceptional, painting edges with a fastball during the 90s and blending in a curve that kept Seattle’s hitters speculating. Seattle’s solitary hit was Mitch Haniger’s sluggish infield single with two outs in the third inning.
Urías permitted two baserunners and neither made some real progress. He had 10 strikeouts through five innings and seven of the nine players in Seattle’s setup struck out at any rate once against him.
“I just can’t recall any better, kind of from the first pitch to the last pitch efficiency, command of all three pitches, getting ahead of hitters,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. “He had complete control, command today.”
It appeared Urías was in line for one more inning at only 88 pitches — 68 for strikes — yet supervisor Dave Roberts went to Victor González in the eighth. Kenley Jansen pitched an ideal 10th for his fourth save to finish the one-hitter.
Corey Seager drove in the lone run with a two-out single in the third inning after AJ Pollock’s leadoff twofold. Those were the Dodgers’ just hits.
Seattle’s Chris Taylor was tossed out at home as a potential protection run in the 10th inning. Taylor went on contact from Justin Turner and was handily tossed out by third baseman Kyle Seager.
“You’re going to have days like today where you don’t get any hits at all, you got to try to scratch out (a run),” Seattle manager Scott Servais said. “We did have a couple opportunities there late, just couldn’t get much going offensively. But really you have to tip your hat to the pitching they threw at us today.”
The Mariners required a decent beginning from Gonzales (1-2) in the wake of consuming their warm up area lately. Seattle’s expert began the season with two helpless excursions, yet appeared to rediscover a functioning recipe a week ago against Baltimore.
Gonzales permitted two hits and struck out six. He resigned the last 13 hitters he confronted following Seager’s RBI single in the third inning.
“You love the the tempo back and forth,” Gonzales said. “Julio was throwing the ball great, and, you know, just trying to go out there and match him every inning.”
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR RETURNS
Seattle welcomed back AL youngster of the year Kyle Lewis, who made his season debut subsequent to spending the initial not many weeks on the harmed list with a bone wound in his correct knee endured late in spring preparing.
Lewis strolled in his first plate appearance of the period and was 0 for 3.
“I never take it for granted being able to play, and so anytime I’m able to run out there, put the uniform on is always special. And especially after being out for a little bit,” Lewis said.
Dodgers: Mookie Betts was out of the arrangement subsequent to getting hit on the correct lower arm by a pitch a night sooner, yet Roberts doesn’t anticipate that it should be a drawn out issue. Roberts said X-beams on Betts’ arm were negative.
Mariners: Ty France, who got hit on the correct lower arm by a contribute Monday’s down, struck out as a special hitter in the eighth inning. … Seattle optioned OF Braden Bishop to its other preparing site to open a list spot for Lewis.
Dodgers: Open a four-game arrangement on Thursday against San Diego, with Walker Buehler (1-0, 2.00 ERA) on the hill. Buehler permitted two runs more than six innings in a no-choice a week ago against the Padres.
Mariners: At Boston on Thursday, with Justin Dunn (1-0, 3.72) beginning the opener. Dunn permitted one sudden spike in demand for two hits more than five innings in a success over Baltimore in his last beginning.
LB Jerome Baker agree to three-year, $39 million contract extension with Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins have agreed to terms with linebacker Jerome Baker on a three-year contract extension worth $39 million, including $28.4 million guaranteed, his representative, Drew Rosenhaus, revealed to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The Dolphins later reported the extension however didn’t disclose financial terms.
Baker is one of the Dolphins’ defensive leaders and welcomes energy on and off the field. He represents considerable authority in pass coverage, and assisted the Dolphins with developing the most noticeably awful scoring defense (30.9 points per game allowed) in 2019 to the fifth-ranked scoring defense (21.1) in 2020.
A 2018 third-round pick, Baker was moving toward the last year of his rookie deal. He was gotten some information about his pending free agency and where he saw Miami in the image. It was a foretelling of this deal.
“I want to play here for the rest of my career. I love it here. I love the fans. I love the organization. I love everybody here,” Baker said. “Yeah, I definitely see myself playing here for a long time.”
Bread cook, 24, gets his desire, as he’s presently scheduled to remain in Miami for the following four seasons.
Presently eyes go to another of the Dolphins’ 2018 draft picks and 2022 pending free agent tight end Mike Gesicki for an potential extension.
Baker had a career-high seven sacks and seven tackles for loss last season in a new hybrid linebacker role. He also eclipsed 100 tackles (112) for the second consecutive season and still can’t seem to miss a game in his NFL career.
French Open 2021: Novak Djokovic tops Rafael Nadal to reach final match
Sprinting, sliding and stretching, anticipating each other’s moves for four sets and over four hours, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal produced a masterpiece in the French Open semifinals.
Djokovic halted Nadal’s offered for a fourteenth French Open title and gave the King of Clay simply his third loss in 108 matches at the tournament by returning to win a thrill ride of an semifinal 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (4), 6-2 at Roland Garros on Friday night.
In one more display of tremendous tennis between the rivals, the match lasted on for 4 hours, 11 minutes. In the wake of trailing 0-2 in the fourth set, Djokovic rattled off six consecutive games to avenge his loss to Nadal in last year’s final.
“Just one of these nights and matches that you will remember forever,” said the top-cultivated Djokovic, who arrived at his 6th last at the clay-court major tournament to tie Bjorn Borg for No. 2 in the occasion behind Nadal (13).
“Definitely the best match that I was part of ever in Roland Garros, for me, and (one of the) top three matches that I ever played in my entire career — considering quality of tennis, playing my biggest rival on the court where he has had so much success and has been the dominant force in the last 15-plus years. And the atmosphere, which was completely electric.”
The 34-year-old Djokovic will look for his second prize at Roland Garros and a nineteenth significant title generally speaking when he plays in Sunday’s last against fifth-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas, who is only 22.
It will be the 29th career Grand Slam last for Djokovic, and the first for Tsitsipas, who beat Alexander Zverev in five sets in an semifinal match prior Friday.
Nadal had won the past four titles in Paris, part of his assortment of 20 Slams, attached with Roger Federer for the most by a man in tennis history.
Nadal, a 14-time winner of the French Open who turned 35 last week, fell to 105-3 in his profession at Roland Garros. His first loss came against Robin Soderling in 2009; the following against Djokovic in 2015.
“Each time you step on the court with him,” Djokovic said, “you know that you have to kind of climb Mount Everest to win against this guy here.”
Nadal and Djokovic truly riled up the group at Court Philippe Chatrier.
Halfway through the third set, Djokovic won a 23-stroke point with a forehand winner and windmilled his arms about half-dozen times, earning a standing ovation and chants of “No-vak! No-vak!” On the following point, Nadal produced a forehand winner and screamed, prompting chants of “Ra-fa! Ra-fa!” and a wave in the stands.
Nadal said the defining moment came when Djokovic saved a set point while down 6-5 in the third.
“Anything could happen in that moment,” Nadal said. “I make a double fault and then [miss on] an easy volley in the tiebreak. … These kinds of mistakes can happen. But if you want to win, you can’t make those mistakes. That is it. Well done for him. A good fight out there. I tried my best and today was not my day.”
The third set alone endured 60 minutes, 33 minutes, and a 11 p.m. nationwide curfew in time set up due to COVID-19 was drawing closer. Djokovic’s past match had been deferred over 20 minutes while the audience – limited to 5,000 individuals under Covid limitations – was gotten out of the arena, yet a declaration was made Friday to tell everybody the public authority consented to allow them to remain until the finish of the match.
Prior drones in French of “We won’t leave! We won’t leave!” were replaced by choruses of the national anthem and cheers of thanks for President Emmanuel Macron.
Nadal recovered from the dropped third-set tiebreaker to steal a break at the start of the fourth.
Neither would surrender or yield, yet Djokovic crushed spirit to 2-all and was on his way.
“Something clicked,” Djokovic said.
Nadal noted thereafter that playing in the cooler night air implied balls bounced lower, lessening the impact of his lefty forehand’s heavy topspin.
“That’s more favorable for him, the conditions,” Nadal said. “By the way, doesn’t matter. That’s tennis. The player who gets used to the conditions better is the player who deserves to win. So no doubt, he deserved to win.”
The intensity was palpable from the beginning of the evening, and Nadal zoomed to a 5-0 lead on the way to winning the main set. It was reminiscent of last year’s final, which he won 6-0, 6-2, 7-5. That was just the fourth shutout set lost by Djokovic in 341 vocation Grand Slam matches up to that point – and the first in a major final.
Nadal tumbled to 259-7 in majors in the wake of winning the first set; as per ESPN Stats and Information research. Two of those seven misfortunes presently have been to Djokovic.
There wouldn’t be another Friday, on the grounds that Djokovic made two key tactical adjustments – moving a lot further back than expected to return serve and choosing to zero in on serving toward Nadal’s strike – and quickly made clear this would be an exemplary between two of the best ever at what they do.
They defended in ways rarely seen. Tracked down the right blend of force and contact. Conjured up impossible-at-first-glance winners that nobody else would attempt, not to mention effectively utilize. Returned just as anybody, combining to generate 38 break points.
It was the 58th matchup between the opponents, more than some other two men in the game’s proficient time. Djokovic currently drives 30-28, however he trails 10-7 in Slam meetings and 7-2 at the French Open.
Djokovic won the French Open in 2016 and could join Rod Laver and Roy Emerson as the lone men to win every one of the four Grand Slam tournaments twice.
QB Sam Noyer heads to Oregon State for final season
Previous Colorado quarterback Sam Noyer will utilize his last year of qualification at Oregon State.
Noyer, who is from Beaverton, Oregon, declared his proceed onward Twitter on Friday.
Noyer tossed for 1,101 yards and six touchdowns in six beginnings last year for Colorado, which went 4-2 in the abbreviated Pac-12 season. He likewise scrambled for 208 yards and five TDs.
With the Beavers, Noyer is expected to compete with redshirt junior Tristan Gebbia and sophomore Chance Nolan.
The 6-foot-4, 220-pound QB additionally expressed gratitude toward the Buffaloes.
“From an 18-year-old kid to a 23-year-old adult, I have learned so much from this city, this institution and most importantly, this football program. I have met lifelong friends and made memories that I will cherish forever,” he wrote. “It was truly an honor to wear ‘Colorado’ across my chest.”
Noyer played at safety for the Buffaloes in 2019 preceding returning to quarterback last season.
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