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KANSAS CITY, Mo. Cheap Authentic NBA Jerseys . -- Despite being only two games above .500 and facing a 6.5-game deficit against first-place Detroit, the Kansas City Royals believe they have their rivals right where they want them. Judging by recent history, maybe they do. A five-run seventh inning keyed by Omar Infantes two-run single and an RBI double from Eric Hosmer enabled the Royals to avoid a demoralizing four-game sweep against the Tigers on Sunday. It also brought to mind the league-best 33-20 mark they logged last season after stumbling into the All-Star break on a five-game losing streak. "Were eight games better than we were at this time last year," manager Ned Yost said. "And were a second-half team. Weve always been a second-half team." Exactly why they seem to play better after the break, no one seems to know. "Im not sure," designated hitter Billy Butler said. "The seasons long, It wears on guys as they get older. Were young. And sometimes I think as guys get older ... I dont know." But he does know last years second-half surge makes this years challenge seem less daunting. "Were just better the second half. Its our track record and were starting to count on it." Four of the seventh-inning runs were charged to Justin Verlander (8-8), who started the inning with a two-hit shutout but loaded the bases on three straight singles. "Things were going well for us and we ran into the seventh," said Verlander, who lost for just the fifth time in 15 decisions in Kauffman Stadium. "A couple of balls fell in the right spots and Im out of the ballgame. They were able to find some spots." Since June 18 when K.C. beat the Tigers for their 10th straight win and went a season-best seven games over .500, the Royals have gone 9-14 while the Tigers went 17-6. Verlander gave up six hits in 6 1/3 innings, struck out three and walked one. Yordano Ventura (7-7) pitched 1 2/3 innings in his first career relief appearance and got the win. He allowed one hit and struck out three for the Royals, who beat the Tigers for only the first time in seven tries this year at home. Greg Holland pitched a perfect ninth for his 25th save in 26 opportunities. After Raul Ibanez loaded the bases in the seventh with a single that snapped a 0-for-25 skid, Alcides Escobar brought in a run with a slow-rolling infield single that second baseman Ian Kinsler failed to pick up cleanly. A second run then scored on Jarrod Dysons fielders choice. Ian Krol replaced Verlander and after intentionally walking pinch hitter Salvador Perez, gave up a two-run single to Omar Infante that made it 4-2. "I waited for that pitch and made good contact," Infante said. Hosmers double stretched his career-best hitting streak to 13 games. Rajai Davis and Austin Jackson opened the third with back-to-back singles and the Tigers took a 2-0 lead on Miguel Cabreras sacrifice fly and a two-out bloop single by J.D. Martinez, which fell in between shortstop Escobar and left fielder Ibanez as Jackson came around from first. NOTES: Jackson proved a perfect leadoff hitter in this series, starting all four games with a base hit, three singles and a double. ... Martinez made two nifty running catches in the right-field corner. Martinez was also 3 for 4. ... These were the only home games for the Royals during a 19-game stretch that began on June 30 and runs through July 23. ... The Royals, Dodgers, Yankees and Mariners are the only major league teams with losing records at home and winning marks on the road. ... All nine of Detroits hits were singles. Discount NBA Jerseys . Toronto announced the deal with the restricted free agent on Saturday. The terms were not disclosed. Wholesale NBA Jerseys Store . -- Joe Thornton scored the tiebreaking goal with 5:39 left in regulation to help the San Jose Sharks overcome a two-goal deficit to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-3 on Thursday night. . Ontario Superior Court Case Management Master Ronald Dash released the decision on Monday, saying John McCaw Jr. must testify in front of a jury by live video conference. Moores lawyer, Tim Danson, asked the court to compel McCaw - who is based in Seattle - to testify in the case back on February 27.Regina, SK - Being the new kid on the block is never easy, but when it comes to being the latest addition to the CFL, the Ottawa RedBlacks appear to be reaching new lows. Ottawa, which returned to the CFL this season, has won a grand total of one game in 10 opportunities, and that was by a mere point against Toronto, 18-17, during Week 4 action. Since then, the RedBlacks have dropped seven in a row, a streak that the squad hopes to bring to an end this weekend as it visits the Saskatchewan Roughriders at Mosaic Stadium. You can catch all the action starting at 4pm et/1pm pt on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4 and TSN5. Very little has gone right for the RedBlacks to this point, obviously, and there is little reason to think there will be a change in the trend in the immediate future. The last time Ottawa took the field, back on Sept. 5, it hosted British Columbia and managed to keep the scoring low, but even then the team could not muster even a single major, leaving the RedBlacks on the short end of a 7-5 decision. It marked the third time in four games that Ottawa was limited to single digits in the scoring column and in all but two outings the club has been held to 18 points or less, which explains why they are dead last in the CFL in scoring heading into play this week with a paltry 14.1 ppg. To say that the Ottawa offense struggled versus BC would be an understatement, as the hosts logged only 11 first downs and 220 yards in total. Perhaps the poor effort would be better explained if Ottawa hurt itself with constant penalties, but the team was flagged just six times for a loss of 30 yards. Quarterback Henry Burris, who was third on the team in rushing in the meeting with four yards on two carries, converted 21-of-32 passes for 188 yards and an interception, all while being sacked three times. The so-called rushing attack put up a pitiful 16 yards on 12 carries. In addition to being next-to-last in the league in yards per game (284.9), ahead of only Montreal by less than 17 ypg, the RedBlacks have displayed the weakest defense (outside of the BC meeting) by permitting a massive 393.8 ypg. As bad as the season has been for the RedBlacks, they might be in store for a bit of positive news, given that Saskatchewan is having to go with backup quarterback Tino Sunseri after Darian Durant went down with an injury a couple weeks back. Durant, who has thrown for more than 24,000 yards and 133 touchdowns in his nine seasons with the Riders, suffered a significant arm injury during a 30-24 win against Winnipeg earlier thiss month and has subsequently been placed on the six-game injury list, leaving open the possibility that he might be available for the postseason, but thats wishful thinking right now. Stitched Nike NBA Jerseys. . With Durant out of uniform, the Riders turned to Sunseri versus Hamilton last week and were exposed in a miserable 28-3 loss on the road. Sunseri converted only nine of his 21 pass attempts for 88 yards and an interception, while suffering five sacks. Reserve signal caller Seth Doege completed both of his pass attempts for 12 yards, but still the team was kept far from the end zone. With a scoring average of 23.7 ppg this season, the Riders have shown that they can produce on offense, but last week there were also signs of how they could easily be managed by an aggressive defense. Clearly, the change in quarterback had a lot to do with Saskatchewans poor performance, but there have to be other players who can step up for the Riders and make the transition a bit smoother moving forward. As if it were any surprise, the Riders won the first meeting of the season during Week 6 action with a 38-14 blowout on the road in Ottawa. Saskatchewan not only led 24-0 after the first 15 minutes of action, the visitors were also ahead 32-0 in the second quarter before the RedBlacks finally put points on the board, courtesy of a fumble recovery in the end zone by Dobson Collins. Saskatchewan managed just a pair of field goals in the second half, but by then the damage had already been done. Running back Will Ford reached the end zone twice as he produced a game-high 74 yards on 20 rushing attempts, while Rob Bagg helped to move the chains with his six catches for 123 yards for the visitors. Durant missed on only six of his 25 passes, leading to 294 yards and a score. Burris and Thomas DeMarco handled the passing responsibilities for the RedBlacks the first time around, combining to hit on 22-of-39 passes for 301 yards, but the pair was sacked three times and the former picked off twice. The RedBlacks certainly didnt do themselves any favors while being hit with a staggering 19 penalties for a loss of 168 yards. Because of all those miscues the team was often taken out of scoring range and the result there had kicker Brett Maher missing all four of his field goal tries in front of the hometown crowd. While the RedBlacks may be new to the league this season, there have been CFL teams based in Ottawa previously, which explains how Saskatchewan could have a 39-23 advantage in the all-time series between the two. ' ' '

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