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MessagePosté le: Ven 30 Mar - 02:21 (2018)    Sujet du message: 2/3 innings in his second straight loss. Répondre en citant

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Defending champion Brooke Henderson and Swedens Suzann Pettersen shared the lead at 11-under 133 after Fridays second round of the LPGA Cambia Portland Classic.Pettersen shot the days low score with an 8-under 64, while No. 2 Henderson, an 18-year-old Canadian who won her first LPGA Tour event last year in Portland, shot 68 at Columbia Edgewater.Pettersen and Henderson, who have combined to win three of the past five Portland Classics, led by one stroke over Colombias Mariajo Uribe, who shot 67.The No. 18 Pettersen, playing in the morning, had eight birdies on a bogey-free card. Henderson, playing in the afternoon, caught Pettersen when she rolled in a 10-foot birdie putt at the par-4, 393-yard 18th.I finally had a fantastic putting day today. Finally. Its nice, Pettersen said. The long game is good. I feel like when I putt well, I can put [up] a good score. Today, I felt like I could make anything. Thats a nice feeling.Henderson has shared or held Portlands outright lead the past five rounds, dating to last years second round.I really like this golf course. I like the Northwest. Ive played pretty well on these courses, said Henderson, who won the Womens PGA Championship at Sahalee in Sammamish, Washington, three weeks ago.Pettersen was no surprise on the Portland Classic leaderboard. She has posted top-five finishes in four of her past seven Portland tournaments, winning in 2011 and 2013.I just like it here. Its a lot of hard work that is finally starting to come together, said Pettersen, who has struggled with back problems and is looking for her first win in 13 months.Austin Ernst, Pernilla Lindberg and Angela Stanford were five shots back at 6 under. Ernst, the 2014 Portland champion, shot 66, while Lindberg had 68 and Stanford a 71.Lee Lopez (68), Prima Thammaraks (69) and Carlota Ciganda (71) were 5 under. Among a group of seven at 4 under are Kelly Shon, Cheyenne Wood and Jaye Marie Green. Shon made eight birdies on her way to a 66.Pettersen was bidding to become the tournaments second three-time winner, joining Nancy Lopez, who won in 1985, 1987 and 1992. The Portland Classic is the LPGA Tours longest-running non-major, now in its 45th year.Pettersen collected her birdies in bunches. Starting on the back nine, she made four consecutive on Nos. 12-15. Pettersen finished strong, making birdies on three of her final four holes, closing with a 20-foot birdie putt at the par-4, 410-yard ninth.Pettersen thought the difference between Thursdays 69 and her second-round 64 might have been playing in the morning.Obviously there are certain courses you play well, but you cant take anything for granted out here, Pettersen said. I sure did find some magic on the greens today. I felt like I played great yesterday. I tried to take advantage of the little softer greens this morning and little purer greens as well.Pettersen took 24 putts, which she said for me, thats record breaking.Henderson, who had five birdies and a bogey, thought she got the most out of her round.I didnt hit the ball as solidly as Im used to. On this course, you kind of need to hit fairways and you need to hit greens. For the way I struck the ball, I scored extremely well, Henderson said.Henderson did most of her damage on the par-5s, making birdies on all four. But perhaps the best shot of Hendersons round came at the par-4, 393-yard 18th, where she hit her drive under a tree. With a greenside lake directly between her ball and the hole, Henderson blasted a low-running 6-iron from about 165 yards to within 10 feet, then made the birdie putt.That was definitely the high point of todays round, Henderson said.Henderson, who earned her LPGA card shortly after winning at Portland last year, plays in Pettersens group Saturday, just the second time the two have been paired.Along with Morgan Pressel, she was the one I really looked up to growing up and kind of wanted to be like, Henderson said.Christina Kim shot 66 to finish at 3 under, a group that also included Vicky Hurst (71), Chella Choi (71) and Lee-Anne Pace (72).No. 9 Stacy Lewis was 2 under after a 70. American Morgan Pressel shot 71 to finish at 1 under.Among those who didnt make the cut at 1 over were Americans Cristie Kerr, Lizette Salas and Marina Alex. Vitolo Jersey . -- Brandon Jennings made the most of his first game with the Detroit Pistons on Sunday night. Sergio Busquets Jersey . LeBron James and Chris Bosh didnt need any more. Williams scored 11 points in 10 minutes, Alan Anderson scored 17 points, and the Brooklyn Nets finished the exhibition season with a 108-87 win over the Miami Heat on Friday night. http://www.spainsoccerpro.com/Rodrigo-Spain-Jersey/ . How great will be revealed in the next couple of days at the board of governors meeting in Pebble Beach, Calif. Saul Niguez Jersey .In my heart and mind Im competing for India, luge competitor Shiva Keshavan told The Associated Press in an email interview. Every day Im flooded with messages from Indians all over the world telling me they are supporting me. Kepa Arrizabalaga Jersey . JOHNS, N. CHICAGO -- James Shields insisted career win No. 130 was just like every other one. He offered no sign of relief or satisfaction. There was just praise for his defense and a big smile.It was simply time to move on.Shields broke out of a slump with 6 2/3 innings against one of baseballs worst lineups, helping the Chicago White Sox beat the Minnesota Twins 9-6 on Wednesday night.It was coming out of his hand better and he was finishing, White Sox manager Robin Ventura said. Locating better as well. Just the way it was out of his hand, it was getting better and better.Shields (3-9) allowed one run and eight hits in his first win since he tossed seven scoreless innings for San Diego at Milwaukee on May 12. The right-hander got hit hard after he was acquired by Chicago in a trade June 4, going 0-2 with a 15.80 ERA in his first four starts.It was a tough stretch, he said. Its nice to get off the schneid there and get a win, but I dont really focus on that kind of stuff. Ive been around this game for a long time, but my main focus is to win games for this team right now.Todd Frazier, Brett Lawrie and Tyler Saladino homered for the White Sox, who improved to 7-1 against the Twins after losing 4-0 in the series opener on Tuesday. Saladino and Tim Anderson each had two hits and two RBI.Chicago carried a 9-1 lead into the ninth, but Max Keplers two-run double got Minnesota within three with two out. Nate Jones then came in with runners on second and third and retired Eduardo Escobar on a fly ball to left for his second save.Somehow we got the tying run to the plate there in the ninth inning, manager Paul Molitor. But it was too big of a deficit.Eduardo Nunez homered on Shields second pitch of the game, but it was a mostly frustrating night for Minnesota at the plate. The Twins, who rank near the bottom of the majors in several offensive categories, went 2 for 14 with runners in scoring position and left 10 men on base.Nunez finished with three hits and Brian Dozier extended his hitting streak to 11 games with a double in the sixth. Dozier also has at least one extra-base hit in a franchise-record 10 straight games.Minnesota had a chance to tie it at 2 in the fifth, but Kurt Suzuki was cut down by Adam Eatons major league-best 11th assist when he tried to score on Nunezs double to the wall in right. Suzuki was basically forced to head home when Nunez nearly ran him over near third.ddddddddddddKurt has to be somewhat protective of the catch, Molitor said. Nunies focus was more on where the ball was rolling than the runner in front of him and we got into a tough spot there. We ended up losing an opportunity.Saladino belted a solo shot against Ricky Nolasco in the bottom half, and the White Sox broke it open with five runs in the sixth. Frazier led off with his 22nd homer and Anderson contributed a two-run single.Nolasco (3-6) was charged with seven runs and nine hits in 5 2/3 innings in his second straight loss.I felt fine, a lot better than the last start, Nolasco said. Good enough that I thought we could salvage the game there for the last few innings, but it just didnt work out.MISSING MELKYWhite Sox outfielder Melky Cabrera had an MRI on his ailing right wrist and will miss a couple of days with a mild sprain.Its difficult because I want to play, but the doctors said the best for me right now is just to take a rest for a couple of days because I have inflammation there, Cabrera said through a translator.WORTH NOTINGThe White Sox optioned left-hander Matt Purke to Triple-A Charlotte after the win. They said they will make a corresponding move before the series finale.TRAINERS ROOMTwins: Molitor said RHP Phil Hughes has peace of mind after learning he needs season-ending shoulder surgery, explaining his fatigue and loss of velocity. It spoke to the fact that he had trouble sustaining himself and stiffening, Molitor said. Hughes, already sidelined with a knee injury, is scheduled for surgery next Wednesday.White Sox: RHP Zach Putnam is working out while he rests his ailing right elbow. Season-ending surgery is a possibility. Obviously the goal is to avoid that if possible, he said. I think we are going to give it the old college try and try to see if we can get through the rest of the season without having to do a procedure.UP NEXTLeft-handers Tommy Milone of the Twins and Carlos Rodon of the White Sox face off in the series finale on Thursday. Milone (0-2, 5.33 ERA) is 4-1 with a 2.02 ERA in his career against the White Sox. 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