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Justin Duchscherer
Justin Duchscherer pitched 7 2/3 innings of 1 run baseball en route to an Oakland A’s 7-1 victory over the Florida Marlins. Duchscherer’s ERA on the season is now under 2, he won his 8th game of the year yesterday.

“I think everybody’s goal is to be an All-Star pitcher,” Duchscherer said when asked about returning to the All Star Game. “I made it one time, so I have to say, ‘Yeah’ (I can make it again).”

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Kevin Youkilis hit home runs in both the 7th and 13th inning, and the Boston Red Sox handed a 5-3 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals.

“I knew I hit it really well and I thought it would get out but you never know here sometimes,” Youkilis said. “You can’t beat it. I think it was even more exciting when you have a 13-inning game. You just want to get out of here. That always makes it a lot better of a home run.”

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A waivers addition for the Tampa Bay Rays, Gabe Gross, hit a walk-off solo home run in the bottom of the 10th inning on Sunday, to give the Rays a 4-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox.

“I’ve never really thought about hitting a walk-off. But if I had, it wouldn’t have lived up to this,” said Gross. Gabe went 2-4 with three RBI on the day.

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Last night the New York Yankees caught a thrashing at the hands of the Baltimore Orioles, by a score of 12-2. The pace for the game was sent in the first inning when the Birds hit up Yankees starter Mike Mussina for seven runs.

“When you walk out there and don’t feel like you’ve ever been out there before, it really confuses you,” Mussina said. “That’s how I felt. I got out there and I felt like I hadn’t been out there forever, and didn’t really know what I was doing.”

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Henrik Zetterberg and Marty Turco
On Monday night the Dallas Stars took a 4-1 loss at the hands of the Detroit Red Wings who, with the victory, advance to the Stanley Cup finals. The Red Wings never let up from the word go, scoring three goals in the first period and one goal in the 2nd.

“We were relentless,” Kris Draper of the Detroit Red Wings said. “It was just a solid first period and obviously the difference in the hockey game. … We’re back in the Stanley Cup and it sounds great for us.”

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Manu Ginobli
The San Antonio Spurs defeated the New Orleans Hornets on Monday by a score of 91-82. With the victory, the Spurs will advance to the Conference Finals round of the NBA playoffs, while the Hornets will go home swallowing the bitter pill of defeat.

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Bobby Crosby rounds the bases
Bobby Crosby hit a solo home run in the very top of the first inning of Sunday’s game between the Atlanta Braves and Oakland A’s, but the Braves were able to rebound to notch a 5-2 victory, improving their record to 22-21. The Braves had some nice offense yesterday; Brian McCann doubled in the first inning to tie up the game. In the 2nd, Yunel Escobar singled in Kelly Johnson and Gregor Blanco. To drive the nail in the coffin, Kelly Johnson hit a two RBI triple in the bottom of the 8th inning, to put away the Athletics.

“We just didn’t get it done,” said Crosby. “We had lots of opportunities but couldn’t capitalize. … I expect we’ll be fine. Right now we’re struggling a little bit. Maybe we’re pressing a little bit.”

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Evgeni Malkin
In Game Five of the 2008 NHL Conference Finals between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Philadelphia Flyers, Ryan Malone had the game of his life. The 28 year old left winger scored in the 1st and 2nd period, and had an assist in the 6-0 rout of the Flyers.

“Never, never would have thought it,” Ryan Malone said of playing for the Stanley Cup in the next round of the playoffs. “I don’t think I realized until my junior year of college (at St. Cloud State) I would have a chance to play pro hockey. … It’s pretty special, pretty special and I definitely feel privileged.”

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Lebron James guards Paul Pierce
On Sunday the Boston Celtics defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers to advance to the Conference Finals round of the playoffs. Paul Pierce was the star in this one; he scored 41 points, with four rebounds and five assists.

“It is a great feeling,” Pierce said after the game. “We knew this was going to be a tough, tough series.”

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Brandon Phillips
Last night Brandon Phillips of the Cincinnati Reds hit a mammoth 2 run home run en route to an 8-7 victory over the Florida Marlins. The win gave the Reds an 18-23 record on the season, and downgraded the Marlins’ record to 23-15.

“It’s not over because anything can happen in this game,” Phillips said. “You never know when you’ll need some runs.”

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