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The Minot Vistas returned to the field following a break for the 4th of July weekend.....

    MINOT, ND - The Minot Vistas returned to the field following a break for the 4th of July weekend.  It was the first home game for the Vistas in over a week.  Minot will host Devils Lake today in a pair of games at Corbett Field.

American Legion Baseball
 Class AA/B
    Minot Vistas 10, Watford City 0
    Minot Vistas 5, Watford City 2

 Class Junior
    West Fargo 22, Mandan A's 3
    Mandan A's 4, West Fargo 3


     SEATTLE (AP) - Hisashi Iwakuma struck out a season-high 10 in seven strong innings, Mike Zunino and Michael Saunders hit solo home runs, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Minnesota Twins 2-0 on Monday night.
     Iwakuma has not allowed an earned run to the Twins in five career starts, which spans 33 2-3 innings. After allowing a combined 10 runs in two consecutive starts to close out June, Iwakuma has given up just one in his two outings in July.
     Fernando Rodney pitched the ninth for his American League-leading 26th save in 28 chances.
     Kevin Correia was credited for the loss despite allowing only five hits in seven innings. It was the fourth time in the last five starts that the right-hander has left the game with no run support, and the sixth time this season the Twins have not been able to score a run for him.

     SEATTLE (AP) - Twins right-hander Ricky Nolasco is being sent back to Minnesota because of a sore right elbow.  Nolasco is scheduled to have his elbow examined today and undergo an MRI.
     Twins assistant general manager Rob Antony said Nolasco met with manager Ron Gardenhire on Monday before the series opener against the Seattle Mariners and told him he had felt pain all season.  Antony said Nolasco believed he could pitch through the soreness, but he couldn't get loose on Sunday and then allowed six runs in two innings against the New York Yankees.
     Nolasco, who agreed to a four-year contract with the Twins before this season, is 5-7 with a 5.90 ERA in 18 starts this season.
     Gardenhire said the Twins won't make adjustments to the rotation until after Nolasco's exam. He added that the club has options at the major and minor league levels.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Twins will send top pitching prospect Alex Meyer to the Futures Game at the All-Star events at Target Field next week. Meyer will replace fellow right-hander and Triple-A Rochester teammate Trevor May at the exhibition Sunday. May has been out for more than a week with a strained right calf muscle.

     ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - The Minnesota Wild say digital ticketing will replace paper tickets for season ticket holder starting in the upcoming season.  Wild chief operating officer Matt Majka says the time is right to make the move. Majka says fans have become accustomed to using online and mobile technology.
     Season ticket holders will receive a smart card, the size of a credit card, that contains all of their account information. The card will be scanned when the fan enters Xcel Energy Center.  The team says digital ticketing includes fast, convenient online forwarding, with no forwarding fees. Fans can't grab the wrong game tickets by mistake, or hand over the wrong tickets to friends and family.  The Wild say digital ticketing also will help reduce printing and paper waste.

     UNDATED (AP) - Chris Davis, J.J. Hardy and Manny Machado all homered in a six-run 11th inning to give the Baltimore Orioles an 8-2 victory over Washington in the opener of a four-game "Battle of the Beltways" interleague series. It was the 14th home run of the season for Davis, the third for Hardy and the eighth for Machado.
     Nelson Cruz cracked his major league-leading 28th homer, a two-run shot, for the AL East-leading Orioles. Anthony Rendon hit a two-run homer for all of the Nationals' offense. The Nats have lost eight straight extra-inning home games in a streak dating to September 2012.
     In other baseball action:
     - The Oakland Athletics improved baseball's best record to 56-33 with a 5-0 whitewash of San Francisco in a "Battle of the Bays" series renewal. Jesse Chavez matched a career high with nine strikeouts in six innings, and three relievers pitched scoreless ball the rest of the way. The A's have won five straight.
     - The New York Mets knocked off AL East-leading Atlanta 4-3 in 11th innings. Ruben Tejada delivered the game-winning hit the 11th, his second walk-off hit of the season.
     - Jay Bruce played first base for the first time since high school and committed an error that let in a run Monday night, but later homered to help the Cincinnati Reds rally for a 9-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs in the opener of a five-game series.
     - Scott Carroll pitched 6 2-3 innings of one-hit ball, and Dayan Viciedo hit a three-run homer in the Chicago White Sox' 4-0 victory over Boston. The Red Sox have lost six of seven.
     - Matt Adams delivered a two-run home run in the bottom of the ninth to give the St. Louis Cardinals a 2-0 victory over Pittsburgh. The victory moves the defending NL champion Cardinals to within four games of NL Central-leading Milwaukee.
     - Philadelphia built an early 3-0 lead and held off Milwaukee 3-2. Chase Utley hit his seventh homer, a two-run shot. Cole Hamels improved to 3-5 after his first victory in a month. The Brewers have lost six of seven.
     - The Houston Astros snapped a seven-game skid with a 12-7 victory over the Texas Rangers. Jon Singleton homered among three hits and drove in four runs, Marwin Gonzalez had a bases-loaded triple.
     - Kansas City blanked Tampa Bay 6-0 on a James Shields gem against his former team. Shields held the Rays to three hits over seven innings, striking out 10. He's 9-4.
     - Shane Greene allowed two runs in six innings for his first major league win and the New York Yankees beat the Cleveland Indians 5-3. Brett Gardner, Brian McCann and Ichiro Suzuki had three hits apiece for New York.
     - Rene Rivera hit a tiebreaking RBI double in the sixth and the San Diego Padres beat the Colorado Rockies 6-1 in a game that included a 56-minute weather delay at Coors Field. Chase Headley added four hits for San Diego.
     - David Peralta drove in three runs and Miguel Montero knocked in two in the Arizona Diamondbacks' 9-1 rout of Miami.
     - The L.A. Angels beat Toronto 5-2. Angels ace Jered Weaver had to leave the game after two innings when his back stiffened. Matt Shoemaker relieved and picked up his seventh victory. The Angels rallied with four in the fifth with Howie Kendrick's run-scoring single the big hit.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Toronto Blue Jays have put All-Star first baseman Edwin Encarnacion on the 15-day disabled list because of a strained right quadriceps. Encarnacion ranks among the major league leaders with 26 home runs and 70 RBIs. He was picked Sunday for the AL All-Star team, but won't be able to play in the game July 15 at Minnesota.
     In other baseball news:
     - Arizona right-hander Bronson Arroyo will undergo Tommy John surgery. He's the third Diamondbacks pitcher to undergo the ligament-replacement procedure this season. Arroyo had never been on the disabled list during his 15-year career before going out on June 16 with elbow tendinitis.
     - The St. Louis Cardinals say an MRI exam on right-hander Michael Wacha's injured shoulder showed progress, but not enough for him to resume throwing. Wacha has been on the DL since June 18 with a 5-5 record.
     - Cleveland Indians center fielder Michael Bourn could miss one month with a strained left hamstring. The team said the results of an MRI confirmed a "mild to moderate" sprain and that Bourn will miss at least three weeks. Bourn has had issues with the hamstring all season. He was placed on the 15-day disabled list Sunday.

     UNDATED (AP)- A federal judge has given preliminary approval to a landmark deal that would compensate thousands of former NFL players for concussion-related claims.
     The ruling by U.S. District Judge Anita Brody in Philadelphia came about two weeks after the NFL agreed to remove a $675 million cap on damages. Brody had previously questioned whether that would be enough money to pay all claims.
     More than 4,500 former players have filed suit, some accusing the league of fraud for its handling of concussions. They include former Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Dorsett and Super Bowl-winning Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon, who suffers from dementia.
     The settlement is designed to last at least 65 years and give $1 million or more to retirees who develop Lou Gehrig's disease and other profound neurological problems.

     NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Knicks are taking on a familiar look, if you are a fan of the Los Angeles Lakers. The Knicks have announced the hiring of Kurt Rambis as associate head coach where he is reunited former L.A. teammate and now New York head coach Derek Fisher. They join Phil Jackson, who worked with both men in L.A. and is now in charge of running the Knicks.  Fisher played eight seasons for the Lakers while Rambis spent 12 seasons with the team, including seven under Jackson when he was L.A.'s coach.
     In other NBA news:
     - The Miami Heat have announced they intend to sign forwards Danny Granger and Josh McRoberts when the NBA's moratorium on deals being formally struck ends later this week. Granger has agreed to sign a two-year deal, while McRoberts has agreed to a four-year contract that could be worth about $23 million.
     - Lionel Hollins has been introduced as the new coach of the Brooklyn Nets. After leading Memphis to the NBA Western Conference finals in 2012-13 he was dismissed by the club and failed to land another job. In his time with the Grizzlies he won a franchise record 214 games. Unlike his predecessor, Jason Kidd, who asked for more control of the basketball operations, Hollins says he is content to just be coach.
     - A person familiar with the deal says veteran forward Channing Frye has agreed to a four-year, $32 million deal with the Orlando Magic. The 31-year-old Frye opted out of the final year of his contract with Phoenix to become an unrestricted free agent. NBA players can't be signed until July 10 under NBA free agency rules.


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