#1 one short of tying the Angels club recor von MJL456 04.11.2019 14:01

Kayaker Joe Clarke claimed Britains second gold of the Rio Olympics with victory in the mens K1 canoe slalom final before Jack Laugher and Chris Mears went on win another in the mens synchronised 3m springboard.Their medal wins adds to that of star swimmer Adam Peaty, who sent Twitter into meltdown with his gold in the 200m breastroke last Sunday.Clarkes victory appears to have been greeted with a more sedate response, but the great and the good of Twitter were still out to congratulate the Brit.England goalkeeper Jack Butland was delighted with Clarkes gold......and the shotstoppers club team were also just as impressed.Piers Morgan seems to think he predicted the future.Richard Osman thought the commentators were pretty pointless...Learning about new sports, isnt that what the Olympics is all about?Matthew Pinsent is another proud Briton.Denise Lewis simply couldnt contain herself at all the evenings success.?And Osman took to Twitter again.?Stephen Mulhern seems to have picked his favourite......and Tom Daley didnt seem to mind. 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OAKLAND, Calif. -- Derek Norris asks for pinch hitting advice from Oakland hitting coach Chili Davis and other veterans who have played in the NL. That assistance paid off on Saturday as Norris had a pinch-hit two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning in the Athletics 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Angels. "It does take a little different mindset," Norris said after getting his first career pinch hit in 17 at-bats. "Its not an easy thing to do. Relievers are so good these days you want to be aggressive and look for something early in the count." Jed Lowrie also drove in a run for the As, who won their second straight and five of seven overall. Coco Crisp added two hits. "Thats just the way we play baseball," Norris said. "Theres no one guy like a (Miguel) Cabrera or a Chris Davis. We have a group of guys who can put together things." Tommy Milone (9-8) allowed four hits over seven innings, allowing one run. He walked four and struck out six. "I felt good, minus the four walks," Milone said. "Id like to think thats not the type of pitcher I am. Fortunately none of them scored. It was nice to get through." Josh Hamilton hit a booming home run for the Angels, who lost their second straight and five of seven overall. Grant Richards, making his first start since April 30, pitched five shutout innings. He gave up three hits, walked two and struck out four. "I was just going to go out there and try not to overthrow," Richards said. "Strike one was a big priority for me." Ryan Cook pitched the eighth and Grant Balfour got the final three outs for his 28th save in 29 chances. Richards, who came out of the bullpen in his past 26 appearances, gave up seven runs in 5 2-3 innings in his last start, also against the As. "It started off a little fuzzy, with him trying to find his release point," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "Once he did, he pitched a strong game." Scott& Downs (2-3) entered the game in the seventh after Dane De La Rosa got Chris Young to hit into a fielders choice.dddddddddddd The As countered with Norris, who promptly delivered his first career pinch hit, a two-run shot into right field bleachers that put the As ahead. "Not by any means do I have it figured out," Norris said. "Today it worked." Downs allowed his first run in 30 appearances, one short of tying the Angels club record. "I cant remember the last time Downs gave up a home run," Scioscia said. "You like the matchup with his sinker and hopefully he can get the double play ball." After getting an out, Crisp singled and scored when Lowrie doubled off the right field wall, ending Downs day. Hamiltons home run with one out in the second put the Angels ahead 1-0. Milone allowed three runs or more (5.79 ERA) in each of his six previous starts. The four hits matched his season low. "He gives up a home run right away and then he hangs in there," As manager Bob Melvin said. "The next thing you know, he gives us seven innings. We needed him to go seven based on our offence." NOTES: Angels DH Albert Pujols returned to Los Angeles to have his sore left foot evaluated. He aggravated the injury running out a single in the ninth inning of Fridays game. ... RHP Tommy Hansen (4-2, 4.75) starts Sundays series finale for the Angels. It will be his second start since returning from the DL. Hansen is 2-0 in three road starts. ... RHP Jarrod Parker (6-6, 3.79) makes the start for the Athletics on Sunday. Hes 4-0 with a 2.17 ERA over his past 10 starts. He has a no-decision in each of his past five starts. ... As LHP Brett Anderson threw a 51-pitch bullpen session, with a break in the middle. ... The Angels had won the past 14 games in which Hamilton recorded an RBI. ... The As and Angels participated in a Throwback Day to 1969, which included Country Joe McDonald, of Woodstock fame, singing the national anthem. ' ' '

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