Werth Homers, Knocks In 4 In Nats’ Win Over Phils – Yahoo Sports

Kendrick ran into trouble in the sixth when the Nationals scored four runs off him and left-handed reliever Mario Hollands. Kendrick allowed Rendon’s single to start the frame and then hit Werth to put runners on first and second before getting Adam LaRoche to fly out. Zimmerman’s one-out sacrifice fly scored Rendon and chased Kendrick. Hollands then surrendered three straight hits, including Desmond’s two-run double and Jose Lobaton’s RBI single, that broke the game open. Kendrick left after allowing five runs on five hits with five strikeouts and no walks in 5 2/3 innings. The Phillies got a run back on Ryan Howard’s groundout in the bottom of the sixth. Werth remained hot in July, upping his average this month to .375 (15-for-40) with six homers and 19 RBIs.
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ET. It’s long been known that chimps learn from each other to make useful tools. Now researchers have seen them copy each other’s “fashion statement,” Dr. Katherine Cronin tells NPR’s Arun Rath. You must be signed in to leave a comment. Sign In / Register Please keep your community civil. All comments must follow the NPR.org Community rules and terms of use , and will be moderated prior to posting.
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Kim Kardashian Clarifies Pregnancy Comments – Yahoo News

Midfielder Paul Pogba of France , who turned 21 in March, won the award for his combination of strong attacking and defensive play in his five matches. However, neither he nor the other two finalists French defender Raphael Varane and Memphis Depay of the Netherlands looked especially dominant. There is some good news for France, though, because the previous two winners of the award, Lukas Podolski (2006) and Thomas Muller (2010), both featured for Germany in this World Cup. In truth, the World Cup’s single team award one decided purely by statistics will be the most controversial. Colombia have been given the Fair Play Award for the best read more disciplinary record in the tournament, having earned only five yellow cards in their five matches. Yet Colombia were also involved in one of the most brutal matches of the tournament, the quarterfinal with Brazil that resulted in the end of Neymar’s tournament and the subsequent debacle of the semifinal with Germany. In truth, this match should have involved many more yellow cards maybe even a red or two for Colombia and Brazil.
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Mario Goetze scores late to give Germany the World Cup | The Detroit News

Please enter a valid phone number. Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Kim Kardashian Clarifies Pregnancy Comments 7 hours ago . View photo Kim Kardashian is seen in Soho on June 25, 2014 in New York City — Getty Images Kim Kardashian took some heat this week for comments she made to ELLE magazine regarding maternity fashion.
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Higuain thought he had scored in the 30th after Messi picked out Ezequiel Lavezzi with a great ball and he sent a cross in toward the Napoli striker. Higuain slotted his finish inside the far post and ran to the corner flag in celebration before realizing he had been called for offside. Shortly afterward, Germany was forced to use a substitution as Christoph Kramer had to go off with a suspected concussion after colliding with Ezequiel Garays shoulder earlier in the game. Kramer had continued playing but looked visibly dizzy as he was led off the field. Kramer, who was a late inclusion in the lineup after Sami Khedira was injured during the warmup, was replaced by Schuerrle.
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