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The Minot Vistas played their final road games of the regular season yesterday in Fargo while other classes begin tournament play today.....

    MINOT, ND - The Minot Vistas played their final road games of the regular season yesterday in Fargo.  They'll finish up by hosting Dickinson in a double-header on Friday.

American Legion Baseball
 Class AA
    Minot Vistas 3, Fargo Post 400 2
    Minot Vistas 10, Fargo Post 400 5 (5)

    Fargo Post 2 4, Bismarck Governors 1
    Bismarck Governors 4, Fargo Post 2 3

 Class Junior
  State Tournament - West Fargo
   First Round
    Fargo Post 400 vs Wahpeton, 7 pm
      (The Minot Metros play the Fargo Bombers tomorrow at 1:30 pm)

 Class A
  West Region Tournament - Makoti
   First Round
    Bottineau vs Makoti, 11 am
    Velva vs Washburn, 2 pm
   Second Round
    Beulah vs Bottineau/Makoti winner, 5 pm

 Class B
  West Region Tournament - Garrison
   First Round
    Burlington vs Hettinger, 10 am
    Stanley vs Renville County, 12:30 pm
    Surrey vs Garrison, 3 pm
   Second Round
    Hazen vs Burlington/Hettinger winner, 5:30 pm


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Carlos Santana homered among his season high-tying four hits and Danny Salazar won in his first start in more than two months as the Cleveland Indians beat the Minnesota Twins 8-2 Tuesday night.
     Cleveland won for the fourth time in six games since the All-Star break. Minnesota has lost four of five.
     Santana hit a no-doubt solo shot to right field in the fifth to put the Indians up 4-1. He also had two doubles and a bunt single to beat a defensive shift. Nick Swisher had his first three-hit game of the year for Cleveland.
     Closer Cody Allen struck out pinch-hitter Chris Parmelee with a runner on third in a two-run game in the eighth inning before Cleveland scored four times in the ninth to negate a save opportunity when Carlos Carrasco pitched the ninth.
     Minnesota's Brian Dozier had three hits, including his career-high 19th home run in the seventh inning.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota Twins pitcher Kyle Gibson has been scratched from today's start against Cleveland due to lower back stiffness.  Gibson, 8-8 with a 4.19 ERA, will be replaced by Anthony Swarzak.  

    Manager Ron Gardenhire says team doctors told him Gibson's back felt tight after throwing in the bullpen and then it locked up.
     Swarzak is 1-0 with 4.34 in 30 relief appearances this season. The right-hander has 28 career starts but hasn't started a game since 2012.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Maya Moore scored a franchise-record 48 points, the second most in WNBA history, to help the Minnesota Lynx beat the Atlanta Dream 112-108 in double-overtime on Tuesday night.
     Moore hit 16 of 30 shots from the field, including 7 of 9 from beyond the arc. The 48 points are just short of the record 51 scored by Riquna Williams last season.
     Lindsay Whalen scored 26 points and Rebekka Brunson added 17 points and 12 rebounds in her first game of the season. The 2013 All-Star missed the first 23 games of the season after undergoing knee surgery.
     Sancho Lyttle had 26 points and 12 rebounds, while Tiffany Hayes scored 22 and Angel McCoughtry added 21 for the Dream, who were playing without coach Michael Cooper. The team announced Monday that Cooper is taking a temporary leave of absence and will have surgery this week in Atlanta. The Dream say a full recovery is expected.

     UNDATED (AP)- The surging Tampa Bay Rays won their sixth in a row, and beat one of baseball's best pitchers in the process. The Rays beat Adam Wainwright and the St. Louis Cardinals 7-2.
     The Rays tagged Wainwright for four runs on six hits in four and two-thirds innings. Wainwright was trying to become baseball's first 13-game winner. Instead he fell to 12-5. Yunel Escobar highlighted a five-run fifth inning with a two-run double.  Evan Longoria added a solo homer in the ninth for Tampa Bay. The Rays have outscored teams 36-11 during their streak.
     In other baseball:
     - Chase Headley, just acquired in a trade from San Diego, came through with a storybook swing in his Yankees debut, hitting a game-winning single in the 14th inning to give New York a 2-1 victory over the Texas Rangers.
     - AL East-leading Baltimore retained its four-game lead by doubling up the L.A. Angels 4-2. Jonathan Schoop homered and J.J. Hardy hit two RBI doubles. Miguel Gonzalez evened his record at 5-5 with the victory.
     - In another 14-inning marathon, San Francisco outlasted Philadelphia 9-6. Brandon Crawford delivered a bases-loaded double to drive in the go-ahead runs. Tim Lincecum, usually a starter, got the final two outs in the bottom of the 14th for the Giants.
     - Milwaukee nipped Cincinnati 4-3 to take a game-and-a-half lead over the Cardinals in the NL Central. Jonathan Lucroy homered leading off the bottom of the ninth to win it for the Brew Crew.
     - Gregory Polanco broke out of a slump with a solo home run and a tiebreaking two-run single in the Pittsburgh Pirates' 12-7 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers.  Polanco had been hitting just .133 in his previous 11 games.
     - J.A. Happ pitched six shutout innings for his first victory in three starts, Dioner Navarro and Jose Reyes homered and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Boston Red Sox 7-3. David Ortiz hit a solo homer in the eighth, his third homer in two games and the 36th of his career at Rogers Centre. That matches Alex Rodriguez for the most by a visiting player.
     - Aaron Hill drove in three runs and made a game-ending diving stop, Miguel Montero hit a two-run single in the eighth inning and the Arizona Diamondbacks rallied for a 5-4 win over the Detroit Tigers.
     - The New York Mets beat Seattle 3-1. Jacob deGrom allowed five hits and a run in seven innings to improve to 4-5. Lucas Duda hit his 15th homer.
     - L.J. Hoes homered with one out in the top of the 12th, and the Houston Astros beat the Oakland Athletics 3-2 on Tuesday night for their first win in four tries at the Coliseum this year.
     - The Kansas City Royals topped the Chicago White Sox 7-1 behind a 14-hit attack. Mike Moustakas homered twice.
     - The Chicago Cubs ended their five-game losing streak by blanking San Diego 6-0. Anthony Rizzo homered twice to become the first NL player with 25 homers.
     - Adam LaRoche cracked a tiebreaking three-run home run in the seventh in helping Washington beat Colorado 7-4. That's his 13th home run. The Nationals have won four straight and opened a two-game lead over Atlanta in the NL East. But the Nationals lost their third baseman Ryan Zimmerman, who suffered a hamstring injury. He's slated for an MRI today.
     - Miami held off Atlanta 6-5. Donovan Solano had a career-high four hits and also reached on a walk as Miami took its second straight win over Atlanta to open the four-game series.

     DENVER (AP) - Major league batting leader Troy Tulowitzki has been placed on the 15-day disabled list by Colorado because of a left hip flexor strain.  The move is retroactive to Sunday. Tulowitzki suffered the injury in a game against Pittsburgh Saturday.  The 29-year-old All-Star shortstop is hitting .340 and is third in the NL with 21 home runs.
     In other baseball news:
     - Texas Rangers catcher Geovany Soto was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right groin, less than a week after he returned from right knee surgery. The last-place Rangers currently have 14 players on the DL.
     - Baseball commissioner Bud Selig says he's "anxious" to look at the recommendations of a team of top orthopedists who are studying the uptick in elbow injuries among pitchers. A handful of experts, including Dr. James Andrews and New York Yankees team physician Dr. Christopher Ahmad, are putting together a report to help baseball address the rash of reconstructive Tommy John surgeries.
     - The Tampa Bay Rays have placed right-handed pitcher Joel Peralta on the 15-day disabled list with an undisclosed illness.
     - The Athletics say owner Lew Wolff has agreed to a 10-year lease extension to stay in Oakland after reviewing several modifications made by the Oakland City Council. The Coliseum has hosted the A's since 1968 but the facility has recently had sewage and lighting problems.

     CLEVELAND (AP) - It's not clear as to how long Andrew Wiggins will be a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers but a person familiar with the negotiations says the Cavs will sign the No. 1 overall pick in the near future. Wiggins has been linked to a possible trade with Minnesota for All-Star forward Kevin Love. The person familiar with the talks says Wiggins will sign with Cleveland as early as today.
     If the Cavs and Wiggins work out a deal, a trade for Love would not be able to be consummated for 30 days.  The Cavs and Timberwolves have had ongoing discussions about a trade for Love since before the draft. The Timberwolves have always insisted that Wiggins be involved in any package, a stipulation the Cavaliers have resisted.
     A person familiar with the trade says the Cavaliers have sent guard Carrick Felix to Utah for three players with non-guaranteed contracts, a deal to give them more assets to go after Love.  The Cavs sent Felix a second-round pick in 2015 and $1 million to the Jazz for guard John Lucas and forwards Malcolm Thomas and Erik Murphy,
     In other NBA news:
     - The Chicago Bulls say they have signed first-round draft pick Doug McDermott, who was last season's college player of the year. Terms of the deal involving the 6-foot-8 forward from Creighton weren't released.
     - The Golden State Warriors and swingman Brandon Rush have completed the deal they agreed to last week. The contract is for two years and about $2.5 million.

     UNDATED (AP) - The New York Rangers are avoiding salary arbitration with forward Mats Zuccarello, agreeing to terms with the restricted free agent on a one-year, $3.5 million contract.  The 26-year-old Zuccarello had career highs of 19 goals and 40 assists in 77 games last season to lead the team in points.
     In other hockey news:
     - Forward Antoine Roussel and the Dallas Stars have agreed to terms on a four-year contract. He played in 81 games last season and finished with 14 goals and 29 points. He also finished with 209 penalty minutes, making him the only player in the NHL with more than 25 points and 150 penalty minutes.

     DALLAS (AP) - Robert Newhouse, who played running back for the Dallas Cowboys for 12 seasons and went to three Super Bowls, has died. He was 64.  Newhouse's son, Rodd Newhouse, says his father died Tuesday at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, after a battle with heart disease. Newhouse had suffered a stroke in 2010.
     The burly running back was drafted by the Cowboys in 1972 out of the University of Houston. Newhouse ran for 4,784 yards in his career with Dallas. He retired in 1983 after playing in three Super Bowls with some of the Cowboys greatest teams, including the 1976 NFL champions.


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