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Last fall, during the American Association championship series between the Winnipeg Goldeyes and Wichita Wingnuts, Amos Ramon was the hero so often, he was named playoff MVP. JuJu Smith-Schuster Hoodies . Wednesday afternoon at Shaw Park, Ramon was a hero once again. Ramons sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth scored Nick Liles with the winning run as the Goldeyes came back from a 3-0 first-inning deficit and beat the Wingnuts 4-3. With the win, the Goldeyes improved to 14-12, stole the rubber-match of this three-game series with Wichita and won their first three-game set since taking two-of-three from Laredo back on May 27-29. "It was a good win for us," said Goldeyes leadoff hitter Tyler Graham, during the post-game show on Safeway Goldeyes Baseball on Shaw TV. "We fell behind early, but we just kept chipping away and our pitching staff did a great job. We just kept grinding away and thats how you come back and win games like this." The Goldeyes fell behind in the top of the first inning as Abel Nieves and John Rodriguez singled and then Cole Armstrong, who is from Surrey, B.C., hit a three-run homer off Goldeyes starter Mark Hardy, who is from Campbell River, B.C.But Hardy settled down and the Goldeyes started to chip away at the lead. In the bottom of the first, the Goldeyes scored a run without a hit. Leadoff man Tyler Graham struck out, but reached first on a passed ball. He stole second, went to third on an errant throw by catcher Armstrong and scored on a ground out by Ramon. In the third, Graham and Ramon singled and on a double-steal they both moved up 90 feet. Graham scored on a ground out by Josh Mazzola. In the sixth, the Goldeyes tied it. Mazzola was safe on an infield hit, stole second, went to third on a ground out by Leonard Davis and scored on a two-out single by Fehlandt Lentini. Then, in the bottom of the ninth, the bottom of the order got the job done. With one out, No. 8 hitter Nick Liles singled, and then No. 9 hitter Nate Samson doubled to put runners at second and third. Graham walked and then Ramon hit his sacrifice fly to right to win it. "Throughout the game, there was plenty of life on the bench," said hitting coach Tom Vaeth, who took over as manager after Rick Forney was ejected for arguing a close play at first in the top of the seventh inning. "We believed we could come back and win this one." Forney became the third member of the Goldeyes to be ejected in the series – Vaeth was chucked in Game 1 and Mazzola was tossed in Game 2. Meanwhile, Vaeth was pleased with Ramons heroics and the bottom of his lineup. "Anybody who knows me, knows that the guys who are struggling and working hard, the guys at the bottom of the order, are my guys," he said proudly. "I feel for them more than anybody else when theyre struggling and I cheer for them hardest when things are going well. Today, they were the catalysts in this game. "And Amos? What can you say? He had good swings for the whole series. You have to have patience in your guys and we have patience. Were not where we want to be yet, but were getting there." Closer Patrick Keating (2-0, 0.84 ERA) came on in the ninth and earned his second win of the series, while Wichita reliever Lincoln Holdzkom (1-2, 3.09 ERA) suffered his second loss of the series. Goldeyes starter Mark Hardy pitched six strong innings, despite allowing three runs in the first. He pitched shutout baseball from the second through the sixth. Relievers Chris Kissock, Brendan Lafferty and Keating shut down the Wingnuts the rest of the way. Three Goldeyes had multi-hit games: Graham went two-for-four with two runs scored; Mazzola went two-for-four with a run scored and an RBI; and Liles went two-for-four and scored the winning run. The Fish will have Thursday off and then open a three-game weekend series with the Quebec Capitales on Friday night at Shaw Park. Cheap Steelers Hoodies Store . -- Playing time has been limited for Maxim Tissot this season, so the Montreal Impact defender made the most of his first scoring opportunity on Saturday. Authentic Steelers Hoodies . "It doesnt get any better than that," Giambi said. "Im speechless." The Indians are roaring toward October. Giambi belted a two-run, pinch-hit homer with two outs in the ninth inning to give Cleveland a shocking 5-4 win over the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night, keeping the Indians up with the lead pack in the AL wild-card race. http://www.cheapsteelershoodiesjerseys.com/ . The Brazilian goalkeeper signed a loan deal with the Major League Soccer club on Friday as he looks to get playing time ahead of this summers World Cup in his home country. RIO DE JANEIRO -- Beneath Olympic Stadium, after the roars of the crowd subsided, three of the fastest men on earth took their turns with the media. One by one, they spoke from the other side of a waist-high metal barrier, close enough to touch, and the inevitability of Usain Bolt hit home.First came the bronze-medal winner in the 200-meter dash, Christophe Lemaitre of France. At 6-foot-3 and 185 pounds, Lemaitre, 26, has bulging calves and thighs but a shallow chest and narrow biceps. Then came silver medalist Andre De Grasse of Canada, at 5-foot-9, 154 pounds and just 21 years old, with the upper body of a teenager.Enter Bolt.Massive is a favorite slang term in Bolts native Jamaica. It describes both his presence -- pantomiming a karate kick to the cameras, filling the room with his booming baritone -- and his person. Watching him stand there -- at 6-foot-5 and 207 pounds, with wide shoulders, carved muscles, narrow waist and tapered legs -- the idea of any other athlete winning the 200-meter gold medal on Thursday night seemed preposterous.Bolt, who turns 30 on Sunday, is for all time a thoroughbred among colts, Formula 1 alongside go-karts. Hes too powerful to lose, too confident and, in his final Olympics, too motivated. His victory in the 200 gave him eight Olympic golds. He has won three straight in each of the 100 and 200. The final step for the once-unimaginable triple-triple is gold in the 4x100-meter relay on Friday night.Bolt has spoken so many times about wanting to stand among the giants of all sports -- Muhammad Ali, Pele, Michael Jordan -- not just track. He has been working toward cementing his legend in Rio since the 2012 London Games. The relay is not entirely within his control, so Bolts desired status is finally secure. On Thursday, however, it had yet to sink in.When Im at home, relaxing by myself, I might get a little emotional, he said. Right now, Im just happy I got it done.It didnt get done with size alone. Despite his admitted dislike of training, Bolts pursuit of athletic immortality ppushed him to fully prepare for Rio. Terrell Edmunds Hoodie. In March, I watched him blast through a set of 10 consecutive 200s on his Jamaica practice track, then collapse in exhaustion. His performances here, in his final Olympics, made it clear Bolt was primed for victory -- unlike in last years world championships, which he won anyway.A prepared Bolt is unbeatable. All due respect to Lemaitre and De Grasse, but Bolt had no human competition in the 200. His only opponent was the clock. He badly wanted to lower his own world record of 19.19, set in 2009. In the months before Rio, he had even spoken of running under 19 seconds.Bolt started well at the gun, quickly made up the stagger and roared out of the turn well in front. The effort on his face showed there would be no grinning, sideways glances in this race, no finger wags, no memes. He ran through the finish, losing his form a bit in the final meters, and was clocked in 19.78 seconds -- not even among his 10 fastest times.There was a misty rain during the race, but Bolt said the way De Grasse pushed him in the semifinal was more of a factor.I was disappointed, he confessed. Im always happy to win, but I was disappointed. I wanted to run faster. Even though I didnt break the world record, I wanted to run a little bit faster. But thanks to De Grasse in the semifinal, my legs were a little bit tired. Just one of those things. Im getting older, I dont recover like I usually do.The key thing is that I won. Thats what I came here for.He recovers enough to be dominant. The youngster De Grasse pushed Bolt until the finish line in the semifinal and still finished two meters behind Bolt in the final, in 20.02.In the years to come, none of the millions around the world who watched Thursdays race will complain about Bolts time. They will remember a huge man powering around the curve, down the homestretch and into history as the greatest sprinter ever. Wholesale NFL Autographed Jerseys NFL Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Outlet NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap ' ' '