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BALTIMORE -- In a matchup between the two top teams in the AL East, a rookie right-hander got the best of a 35-year-old looking for his major-league leading 11th win. Kevin Gausman gave up one run over six innings and Delmon Young homered as the Baltimore Orioles beat Mark Buehrle and the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 on Thursday night. Nick Markakis had two hits and an RBI for the Orioles, who moved within 3 1-2 games of first-place Toronto. Gausman (2-1) allowed five hits, walked three and struck out three in his second consecutive solid outing. The 2012 first-round draft pick stymied Oakland on June 7 after being recalled from Triple-A Norfolk and now appears to be a fixture in the starting rotation. Well, maybe. "Hes done what it takes to be considered," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. "Hes taking care of his end of it." Gausman, 23, has given up only two runs in 13 innings during his latest stint with Baltimore. "I feel good about what Ive done. I feel comfortable right now," Gausman said. "Whatever happens is going to be for the clubs best interest." Zach Britton worked the ninth for his sixth save. The victory wasnt secured, however, until a replay review confirmed the final out on a double-play grounder. Buehrle (10-3) yielded four runs and eight hits in 6 1-3 innings to lose his second straight start following a six-game winning streak. The left-hander allowed three runs or fewer in 12 of his previous 13 starts. "I feel like there were times I made a lot of mistakes and they made me pay for them" Buehrle said. "And I made a few good pitches and they put the ball in play and got some base hits." Toronto has lost three straight and five of six, scoring only four runs in those five defeats. "As hot as we were, we were going to cool off sooner or later," manager John Gibbons said. "Well get it going. Were too good of an offence. Well be OK." Baltimore needed just two at-bats to take a 2-0 lead. Markakis led off with a single and the seldom-used Young sent a changeup into the seats in left field, his first home run since April 8, and only the fourth against Buehrle this season. It was the eighth straight game in which Toronto allowed the opposition to score first. In those games, the Blue Jays have been outscored 16-4 in the first three innings. "It seems like weve gone out as starting pitchers and given up runs in the first inning," Buehrle said. "When your offence is struggling to score runs ... it kind of seems its taking the wind right out of our sails. We got to do a better job going out there and throwing up zeroes." The Orioles made it 3-0 in the third. Manny Machado led off with a double to end an 0-for-18 skid and Caleb Joseph delivered an RBI single. Toronto got a run in the fifth when Juan Francisco doubled and came home on a single by Melky Cabrera. The double ended Baltimores string of 23 innings without allowing an extra-base hit, and the run snapped the Orioles streak of 19 consecutive scoreless innings. That would be the only flaw in an otherwise solid performance by Gausman, who was 0-1 with a 6.14 ERA in his previous four appearances against Toronto. "Gausman was good tonight," Gibbons said. "Hes got that overpowering fastball. He was keeping it in the zone. I think in the past hes had some control issues, but its all coming together for him." Doubles by Jonathan Schoop and Markakis put Baltimore up 4-1 in the seventh, and Toronto got a run off Ryan Webb in the eighth when Jose Bautista doubled, stole third and scored on a groundout by Adam Lind. NOTES: Toronto OF Colby Rasmus (right hamstring) went 1 for 3 in his first rehab start Thursday, serving as DH for Triple-A Buffalo. ... Baltimore will send Ubaldo Jimenez (2-7) to the mound Friday night in the second game of the series. Jimenez is 0-5 with a 7.04 ERA in six home starts. Drew Hutchison (4-4) will start for Toronto. ... Baltimore pitchers have gone 42 straight innings without allowing a home run. ... Torontos Jose Reyes opened the game with a single to extend his hitting streak to 13 games. ... Markakis passed Brian Roberts and moved into sole possession of seventh place on the Orioles career list with 1,453 hits. Hakeem Olajuwon Jersey . 5 Trade Deadline is drawing closer and teams will be deciding on whether to buy or sell while figuring out which players can make the biggest difference and hold the greatest value. James Harden Jersey . -- The Vancouver Whitecaps remained unbeaten with a scoreless draw at the New England Revolution on Saturday. ... ersey/.com) - The Oakland Athletics needed to rely on a lot of young pitchers to win an American League West title this season. Chris Paul Jersey . Heather, the first Gaiter to win the award, set a Canadian Inter-university Sport record with 3,132 passing yards in eight league games, an average of 391.5 yards per game. That beat the mark of 3,047 set only one week earlier by Westerns Will Finch, a Hec Crighton finalist. Trevor Ariza Jersey .C. Lions signed cornerback Dante Marsh to a contract extension on Friay and released receiver Paris Jackson.Washington, D.C. ( - Looking to build on a three-game win streak, the now 21st-ranked Georgetown Hoyas will open up the Verizon Center Tuesday evening to host the Xavier Musketeers in a Big East Conference showdown. Georgetown comes into the contest having won each of its last three games, including recent huge victories over Villanova (78-58) and Marquette (95-85 OT) that propelled the team into the new Top-25 poll. The Hoyas find themselves at 6-2 in conference play heading into Tuesday, with a 10-1 mark on their home court. Xavier has been up and down a lot in the last few weeks, with more down results than anything else. The Musketeers have dropped three of their last five games, but are coming off an 89-76 win over DePaul on Saturday. Xavier is 4-4 against Big East competition, and just 1-5 in road games. Xavier and Georgetown are relatively new Big East rivals, and have met on the court nine times in history with this clash set to be the 10th. The Musketeers lead the all-time series over the Hoyas, 6-3, with a 70-53 victory over Georgetown already this season. Hoping to bounce back from a tough loss to Providence just last week, Xavier found itself down to DePaul at halftime this past Saturday by eight points, 50-42. But a furious second-half comeback drove the Musketeers past the Blue Demons, thanks to a 65.4 shooting percentage in the frame. Myles Davis led the charge for Xavier with 25 points and eight rebounds, while freshman Trevon Bluiett came off the bench to hit 8-of-10 from the floor for 21 points. Center Matt Stainbrook netted 17 points with seven boards and six assists, and J.P. Macura rounded out a foursome of double-digit scorers in the contest with 10 points. Xavier has been able to completely obliterate opponents this season by using a strong scoring offense that leads the Big Eaast averaging 77.dddddddddddd8 ppg. The team is led individually by Stainbrook, who contributes 12.9 ppg along with a team- best 7.2 rpg mark. Bluiett checks in at second on the team behind Stainbrooks scoring total with 12.3 ppg, and Myles Davis adds in 10.8 ppg, though the guard has largely done it while coming off the bench, having registered just two starts this season. Dee Davis has reprised his point guard role this season to the tune of 116 assists through the teams first 20 games, and has notched 35 steals to help out a defense that has underwhelmed, allowing opponents to score 68.6 ppg - one of the worst totals in the league. Georgetown allowed a six-point lead at halftime against Marquette to slip away, and the Hoyas needed overtime to take down the Golden Eagles on the road. Six players for Georgetown recorded double figures in the contest, led by DVauntes Smith-Riveras 19 points (and five assists). Joshua Smith registered a double-double of 18 points with 15 rebounds, and Isaac Copeland contributed 17 points with six rebounds off the bench. Tre Campbell added 14 points, Mikael Hopkins chipped in with 13, and Aaron Bowen scored 11 in the 95-point outburst for the Hoyas. Georgetowns offense ranks right up there with some of the best in the Big East this season, as the Hoyas currently net 73.1 ppg 46.9 percent shooting from the floor. Smith-Rivera has come alive once again this season, and leads the team in individual scoring with 15.2 ppg. Hes followed in the double- digit department by Smith, who tallies 12.6 ppg, adding in a team-best 6.9 rpg mark to his resume. Smith-Rivera isnt just a flat-put scorer, however, as the guard leads the team in both assists (67) and steals (32). Georgetowns scoring defense has come in a little bit better than Xaviers this season, allowing 65.6 ppg to opponents. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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