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21/09/2018

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WASHINGTON -- The Nationals began Sunday with a ceremony honouring manager Davey Johnson. Tramaine Brock Jersey . By the end of the night, their playoff hopes were just about dashed. Giancarlo Stanton and Christian Yelich homered to lift the Miami Marlins to a 4-2 win in the opener of Sundays day-night doubleheader, a result that clinched playoff berths for the Atlanta Braves and St. Louis Cardinals. Washington gained a split by winning the nightcap 5-4 when Wilson Ramos ninth-inning grounder bounced off the leg of third baseman Chris Coghlan for a game-ending error that allowed pinch-runner Eury Perez to score. The Nationals trail NL wild-card co-leaders Cincinnati and Pittsburgh by five games with six to play. "We arent finished. I take nothing for granted," Johnson said. "I still think we got a good shot. We need to win them all. We do. Hey, Ive been one strike, two runs down, one strike away, and weve come back. So dont lose the faith." Rafael Soriano (3-3) pitched a scoreless ninth inning to win Washingtons regular-season home finale, and Denard Span drove in three runs. Jayson Werth doubled off Sam Dyson (0-2) leading off the ninth, and Perez pinch ran and stole third with one out. Coming back from right forearm tightness that had kept him off the mound since Sept. 8, Stephen Strasburg allowed three runs and six hits in six innings and left with a 4-3 lead. "He was actually awful," Johnson said. "He was. Every pitch he threw was up. Hes got such great stuff, but everything was belt high." Strasburg said: "I went out there and competed and thats all I can do." Stanton hit a tying double off Tyler Clippard in the eighth. With Washington trailing 3-2 in the sixth and runners on second and third, Span hit a smash past a diving Ed Lucas at first to make it 4-3. Miami had been 0-8 at Nationals Park this season coming in and starter Tom Koehler (4-10) had been 0-4 in eight starts since Aug. 1. Koehler allowed two runs and three hits in six innings of the opener, and Steve Cishek pitched a perfect ninth for his 32nd save in 34 chances, completing a four-hitter and a scoreless afternoon for the Marlins bullpen. "You cant score six, seven runs every game," Washingtons Ryan Zimmerman said. "(Koehler) pitched well and theyve got some good arms in the back of their bullpen." Cishek has converted 27 consecutive save chances, tying Todd Jones 2005 mark for the longest streak in club history. "You know its crazy. Out there I had a little more adrenaline pumping. It felt like a playoff atmosphere," Cishek said. "The fans are really into it and those guys are digging in there and every at-bat was huge for them. It felt good to come out and win a game like that." Dan Haren (9-14) lost to Miami for the third time this year, giving up three runs and eight hits in six innings. Stantons 24th homer, a two-run drive after Yelich doubled, put the Marlins ahead in the first. Yelich added a solo shot in the third. Koehler, who shut out the Mets for eight innings while earning a no-decision in his last start, limited Washington to two singles over the first five innings. Zimmerman homered in the sixth, his 26th of the season and 11th of September. "Like I said before, Im not very good at math, but Im good enough to figure out that losing makes it tougher," Zimmerman said between games. "But weve just got to keep playing and see what happens." Washington grounded into three double plays. Donovan Solano drove in Miamis final run with a sacrifice fly in the seventh. NOTES: Ian Desmonds two stolen bases in the night game gave him his second straight season with at least 20 homers and 20 stolen bases. ... Strasburg is the third fastest pitcher (426.1 IP) since 1900 to get to 500 strikeouts behind Kerry Wood (404.2) and Mark Prior (421.2). ... The Nationals won the season series 14-5. ... The ceremony honouring Johnson included a pair of video tributes and the presentation of an engraved Tiffany crystal keepsake. ... Stanton has hit safely in 23 of 29 games at Nationals Park with 13 home runs. ... Ian Desmonds two stolen bases in the night game gave him his second straight season with at least 20 homers and 20 stolen bases.Custom Denver Broncos Jerseys .Steamboat Ski Resort contends Steamboat Springs, Colorado has long been known as Ski Town, U.S.A., and claims in a new lawsuit that Salt Lake tourism officials violated their trademark when they rolled out the Ski City marketing campaign last month. Denver Broncos Jerseys . The midfielder had an operation on Saturday, and is set to miss seven Premier League games, the third round of the FA Cup and the semifinals of the League Cup. BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Sergei Bobrovsky and the Columbus Blue Jackets keep finding ways to win. The Blue Jackets gave up a game-tying goal with 24.9 seconds to play, but used Ryan Johansens shootout goal to extend their winning streak to six games in a 4-3 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday night. "Every night we have to find a way to get points," said Bobrovsky, who made 26 saves and didnt allow a goal in the shootout. "Thats why we play. Its our goal to be in the playoffs and we have to take points to be there. It doesnt matter how and who we play." Columbus rallied from 1-0 and 2-1 deficits to take the lead on a Brandon Dubinsky goal in the third period, but had to regroup again after Myers goal sent the game to overtime. "Its a tough thing to give up a goal in the last minute of the game but this is a group thats faced adversity all season long," Dubinsky said. "And instead of cowering to it and conceding to just one point, we stuck our heads down and went after them. "Im really proud of this bunch and the way we stuck together through some adversity." David Savard and Matt Calvert also scored in regulation for Columbus. Tyler Myers had two goals for Buffalo, and Drew Stafford also scored. The Sabres have lost three straight. The Blue Jackets winning streak matches the longest in franchise history set on April 3, 2006. "Right now for me its just a stat," Columbus coach Todd Richards said. "Weve done a good job putting ourselves back in the fight and right in the middle of it." Columbus improved to 24-20-4 after winning just 14 of its first 35 games. Dubinsky said the win streak speaks volumes of his teams improvement. "It says were finding ways to win games and were getting points," Dubinsky said. "Were getting some swagger here and some confidence. The Blue Jackets played Friday night at home against Washington as Buffalo looked to capitalize on a hot start from the line of Tyler Ennis, Matt Moulson and Drew Stafford. The Sabres struck just 59 seconds into the game when Moulson sent a soft pass across the ice to Myers, who had crept in from the right point and lifted a shot over Bobrovsky to put Buffalo up 1-0. Columbus countered when a one-time shot from Savard off the right half wall caught Ryan Miller out of position to tie the score at 6:19. The tie lasted just 28 seconds. A poor Blue Jackets breakout left Ennis alone in front of Bobrovsky. The Sabress centre slid the puck to Stafford at the left post, and he slid it into the open net at 6:47. Bradley Chubb Broncos Jersey. "They played a tough game last night," said Ennis, who finished with two assists and seven shots on goal. "We wanted to jump on them early." Miller made an athletic save on a 2-on-1 break midway through the first period, reaching behind his body to make a glove save on RJ Umberger. He finished with 32 saves. The Blue Jackets tied it at 2 after a Myers boarding penalty gave them the games first power play. Calvert whiffed on a backhand attempt, but pushed a second chance past Miller at 12:44 of the first. Buffalo had a goal disallowed 24 seconds into the second period. Moulson was judged to have used a distinct kicking motion to put the puck behind Bobrovsky. "The league is screaming for goals and all of a sudden, I dont know how you can kick it and try to stop at the same time," Sabres interim head coach Ted Nolan said. A power-play goal gave Columbus its first lead at 11:21, as Dubinsky took advantage of crowded Buffalo crease with his rebound goal. The Blue Jackets needed a right pad save from Bobrovsky on Moulson during a late Sabres power play, but finished the second period with a 3-2 lead. Buffalo didnt score on its first three power plays, and the last was an abbreviated one when Stafford was hauled down behind the Columbus net with 36.4 seconds to play in regulation. Nolan called timeout, Buffalo won the faceoff in Columbus zone and Myers sent a wrist shot past Bobrovsky. Myers almost scored a third goal in overtime, but his low shot went wide of the goal. Johansens game-deciding goal required patience. Miller stayed with the third-year mans shootout attempt until an opening appeared just as Johansen reached the crease. "I thought the play was dead, I really did," Richards said. "When he got there, I thought, Oh, hes got nothing and he got it up quick on his glove side." The Blue Jackets are off until Tuesday, when theyll host Los Angeles in the first of a three-game homestand. Buffalo is 6-1-3 in its past 10 home games after beginning the season 3-12-1 at First Niagara Center. Theyll next face Florida on Tuesday in the second of three straight at home. NOTES: Defenceman Fedor Tyutin was the only scratch for Columbus. ... The game was the 300th of Myers career. ... 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