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CHICAGO -- Jon Lester pitched 6 2/3 innings of no-hit ball and settled for his second complete game of the season, helping the sizzling Chicago Cubs beat the San Francisco Giants 2-1 on Friday to move a season-high 40 games over .500.Hunter Pence ended Lesters bid for a second no-hitter with a homer to left on a 1-2 cutter. Brandon Crawford followed with a double, and Lester (15-4) got Eduardo Nunez to line to third and worked around Trevor Browns one-out double in the eighth.Lester allowed three hits and walked two. The Cubs have won five straight to improve to 87-47.David Ross and Dexter Fowler had RBI hits in the second off Albert Suarez (3-3).Pences second homer in two days ended a 12 2/3-innings hitless streak for the San Francisco. The Giants are a major league-worst 15-29 since the All-Star break.Lester walked Buster Posey with two outs in the first inning and followed by setting down 18 straight by getting some help.Third baseman Kris Bryant made a diving, backhand grab of Crawfords liner to lead off the fifth and Dexter Fowler made a sliding catch of Kelby Tomlinsons liner in center an inning later.The 32-year-old Lester threw a no-hitter on May 19, 2008, for Boston against Kansas City. That came less than two years after he was diagnosed with cancer.ORIOLES 8, YANKEES 0BALTIMORE -- Mark Trumbo hit his major league-leading 41st homer to cap a six-run second inning, and Baltimore peppered New York with four long balls.Pedro Alvarez and Chris Davis hit two-run homers in the second inning and Manny Machado added a two-run shot in the fourth. Baltimore leads the majors with 213 home runs, including 117 at home.When Alvarez went deep, the Orioles became the 19th team in big league history to have six players hit at least 20 in the same season. Alvarez joins Trumbo, Machado (33), Davis (33), Adam Jones (24) and Jonathan Schoop (21).Dylan Bundy (8-5) allowed two hits and four walks over 5 2/3 innings. Rookie Chad Green (2-4) yielded four runs and five hits in 1 2/3 innings before leaving with right elbow pain.NATIONALS 4, METS 1NEW YORK -- Bryce Harper hit two doubles and became the latest player to steal a base against Noah Syndergaard, helping A.J. Cole post his first major league win as Washington beat New York.Washington won its fourth in a row and increased its NL East bulge over the wild card-contending Mets to 10 1/2 games.Like a lot of teams, the Nationals came out running on Syndergaard (12-8), swiping four bases in the early innings. Tall and slow to the plate, hes had 45 runners steal with him on the mound -- the most against any pitcher since Hideo Nomo in 2001, ESPN Stats & Info said.Trea Turner led off the game with a single, stole two bases and scored on Harpers sacrifice fly. Harper doubled with one out in the fourth, stole third with two outs and came home on a single by Wilson Ramos. Harpers double set up Anthony Rendons two-run single in the ninth.Cole (1-1) gave up one run and three hits in six innings.Asdrubal Cabrera homered for the sixth time in eight games, sending a drive over the right-center wall in the Mets fourth.Mark Rzepczynski, Koda Glover, Oliver Perez and Mark Melancon combined for three innings of scoreless relief. Melancon closed for his 38th save.INDIANS 6, MARLINS 2CLEVELAND -- Carlos Carrasco struck out 11 while pitching scoreless ball into the eighth inning, and Cleveland beat Miami.Carrasco (10-7) had the 10th double-digit strikeout game of his career and the third this season. The right-hander allowed six hits and walked one in 7 1/3 innings, leading AL Central-leading Cleveland to its fourth straight victory.Cleveland scored three times in the first and once in the second off Andrew Cashner (4-11). Abraham Almontes two-run double pushed the lead to 6-0 in the fifth.J.T. Realmuto hit a two-run homer off Jeff Manship in the eighth for Miami.RAYS 8, BLUE JAYS 3.ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Alex Cobb went five solid innings during his first start in two years, Logan Morrison hit a go-ahead two-run homer, and Tampa Bay beat AL East-leading Toronto.Cobb, coming back from Tommy John surgery, allowed two runs and four hits in his first appearance since Sept 28, 2014, at Cleveland. He struck out seven, walked one and retired his final 10 batters.Morrison put the Rays up 4-2 in sixth on his 12th homer off Marcus Stroman (9-6).Luke Maile hit a solo homer and Kevin Kiermaier had an RBI triple off Francisco Liriano before Brad Miller added a two-run shot against Ryan Tepera in a four-run seventh that made it 8-2.Danny Farquhar (1-0) worked a scoreless sixth for the win.REDS 3, CARDINALS 2CINCINNATI -- Eugenio Suarez singled up the middle with the bases loaded in the ninth inning, rallying Cincinnati past St. Louis.Seung Hwan Oh (4-3) walked Zack Cozart on four pitches to open the ninth, and Brandon Phillips followed with a single. After Scott Schebler singled one out later to load the bases, Suarez got his first career game-ending hit. The Reds had loaded the bases in the seventh and eighth and failed to score.Raisel Iglesias (1-1) gave up a walk in the ninth.Yadier Molina and Randal Grichuk connected for an early lead off Anthony DeSclafani, who has been tough against St. Louis during his career. The right-hander is 3-1 in six starts against the Cardinals with a 2.25 ERA.BRAVES 8, PHILLIES 4PHILADELPHIA -- Freddie Freeman hit a tiebreaking RBI double in the ninth, Matt Kemp had four RBI and Atlanta beat Philadelphia.Ender Inciarte and Adonis Garcia started the ninth with consecutive singles off closer Jeanmar Gomez (3-3). Freeman then lined a double to left to put the Braves up 5-4. Kemp followed with an RBI single past a drawn-in infield. Kemps three-run homer in the fifth tied it at 4.Nick Markakis added an RBI double in the ninth and Tyler Flowers had a sacrifice fly.A.J. Ellis hit a three-run homer for the Phillies.Braves starter Joel De La Cruz allowed four runs and six hits in five innings and remained 0-7. 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Using his superior athleticism, St-Pierre cruised to a five round, unanimous decision victory setting up a much-anticipated title defence against number one contender Johny Hendricks. SEATTLE -- The missing necktie that cost Carolinas Cam Newton one play is insignificant compared to what the Seattle Seahawks lost on Sunday night.There is no replacing Earl Thomas and all he means to Seattles stingy defense. Now, the Seahawks must play the rest of the regular season and likely a big chunk of the postseason without their star safety.You cant make up for it, defensive end Michael Bennett said. You just try to find some others who can do half of what he does.Seattles 40-7 romp over the Panthers kept the Seahawks on track for another NFC West title. They are three games ahead of Arizona with four remaining, and Seattle (8-3-1) moved back in front of Detroit for a coveted first-round bye.But playoff positioning or Seattle reaching the 40-point mark for the first time since its Super Bowl rout of Denver was secondary to Thomas broken lower left leg. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Thomas has a cracked tibia and the injury is always six weeks, but his status for a possible return during the postseason remains very much in question.Thomas missed the first game of his pro career last week when he sat out against Tampa Bay due to a hamstring injury. He returned just 14 days after first getting hurt and lasted less than two quarters before the course of Seattles season changed.Thomas collided with teammate Kam Chancellor as both attempted to intercept a pass from Newton. True to Thomas nature, he was talking about the break he made on the ball as he laid on the ground in pain, teammate Richard Sherman said.Were all going to miss the heck out of Earl because we love having that guy back there, Carroll said. But we dont get to.Seattle will rely on Steven Terrell to fill Thomas role as the center fielder patrolling the back of the defense. Terrell has played well in his limited opportunities, but now will be counted on for an extended period if Seattle is to stay on its playoff track.Of course, if the Seahawks continue to put up 40 points and rush for 240 yards, there will be less pressure on the defense.The running game is a big part of the offense and it complements everything that we do, receiver Doug Baldwin said. When we run the ball like we did tonight, the defense has to account for it.Carolina (4-8) has its own injury issues its been dealing with, but it was a missing necktie that became the focal point of what turned into a blowout loss. Newwton was benched for the first series of the game because he violated the Panthers dress code by not having a necktie for the team flight to Seattle.ddddddddddddhat one series lasted just one play as Derek Andersons pass for Mike Tolbert deflected into the arms of Seattle linebacker Mike Morgan and was the beginning of a miserable night for Carolina.The Panthers had one highlight, when Newton hit Ted Ginn Jr. for a 55-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Otherwise, it was big plays by Seattle underneath a cloud of controversy over the decision to punish Newton -- even if it lasted only one play.There are some guys out there that need to step it up and unfortunately they didnt, Carolina coach Ron Rivera said.Here are some other things to know after Seattle improved to 6-0 at home this season:RAWLS ROLLING: Thomas Rawls finally had the breakout Seattle has been waiting for from its run game. Rawls rushed for 103 yards and two touchdowns in the first half, including a 45-yard dart early in the second quarter that answered Carolinas lone score. Rawls finished with 106 yards after he was limited in the second half, but the performance was an optimistic sign coming against the No. 2 rush defense in the NFL.MOUNTING INJURIES: While losing Thomas is a huge blow for Seattle, the Panthers added to their already significant injury list. Carolina was without starters Kurt Coleman, Luke Kuechly, Daryl Williams and Mario Addison, then lost cornerback Daryl Worley and linebacker David Mayo to concussions against the Seahawks.Were beat up pretty bad. Pretty injured, safety Tre Boston said. Weve got guys who stepped up and guys who play well when they step up, but its starting to show on offense and defense.ROCKET LOCKETT: Seattle wide receiver Tyler Lockett spent the first half of the season running tentatively after a knee injury in Week 2 against Los Angeles. His burst finally appears to have returned, and he took off on a flashy, 75-yard touchdown run on the first play of the second half. Most impressive was Lockett outrunning Boston, who appeared to have the angle on him.I knew if I got caught, I would never hear the end of it at our meetings, Lockett said.---For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP-NFL Jerseys NFL Cheap Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap NFL Jerseys China Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap ' ' '

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