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NEW YORK -- Jay Bruce launched a three-run homer for his first hit since being traded, Bartolo Colon took a shutout into the seventh inning and the New York Mets beat the Yankees 4-1 on Thursday night for a split of the Subway Series. Cheap NFL Jerseys China .After each team won once at Citi Field earlier this week, the Mets took the wrapup of the two-game set at Yankee Stadium.Bruce had been 0 for 10 since being acquired from Cincinnati on Monday before his drive into the Yankees bullpen in right-center field made it 4-0 in the fifth inning against Nathan Eovaldi (9-8).Kelly Johnson also led off with a homer in the inning.Bruces 26th homer gave him the NL RBI lead with 83, ended an 0-for-19 rut overall and made him 5-for-56 against the Yankees. He cracked a smile on the way back to the dugout, where Colon and his new teammates greeted him with hearty high-fives.Colon (10-6) gave up six hits in 6 2/3 innings in earning his 228th victory, most among active pitchers. The 43-year-old righty, who spent 2011 with the Yankees, became the first pitcher to win a Subway Series game for each New York team, the Elias Sports Bureau said.Jeurys Familia worked around a pair of one-out singles for his 38th save in 40 chances.GIANTS 3, PHILLIES 2, 10 INNINGSPHILADELPHIA -- Denard Span homered leading off the 10th inning, and San Francisco Philadelphia Phillies for just its fifth victory in 14 games since the All-Star break.Matt Moore made his first start for the NL West leader following his acquisition Monday from Tampa Bay. He allowed two runs and three hits in six innings and walked six -- matching his career high.Span led off the 10th by sending a 95 mph fastball from Severino Gonzalez (0-2) just inside the right-field foul pole, his third hit of the game. San Francisco lost the first two games of the series.Sergio Romo (1-0) earned the win without getting an out. Cesar Hernandez was caught stealing for the final out of the ninth while Romo was facing his first batter.Romo became the first pitcher to record a win without officially facing a batter since 2009 when Alan Embree accomplished the feat for Colorado against Washington.Santiago Casilla pitched a 1-2-3 10th for his 25th save in 30 chances.RANGERS 5, ORIOLES 3BALTIMORE -- Jonathan Lucroy hit his first homer with Texas, Ian Desmond drove in two runs and the Rangers beat Wade Miley and Baltimore to avoid a three-game sweep.Texas received contributions from all three players it acquired before Mondays non-waiver trade deadline. Lucroy homered in the second inning, Carlos Beltran singled in a run in the fifth and Jeremy Jeffress pitched a scoreless seventh.Shin-Soo Choo came off the disabled list to get two hits and scored a run for the Rangers, who took back from Baltimore the distinction of owning the best record in the AL.Texas won the season series 4-3 and would have home-field advantage in the postseason if the teams finish with the same regular-season record and meet in the playoffs.Mark Trumbo hit his major league-leading 31st homer for the Orioles. Pedro Alvarez and Hyun-Soo Kim also hit solo shots. Miley (7-9) gave up four runs and eight hits in five innings in his debut with the Orioles. The left-hander was acquired from Seattle on Sunday.REDS 7, CARDINALS 0CINCINNATI -- Brandon Phillips had three hits and left-hander Brandon Finnegan limited St. Louis to two hits in six innings, leading Cincinnati to a rare series win over the Cardinals.Cincinnati took two of three, giving it its fifth series win in the last 23 between the NL Central clubs. The Reds have won six straight series after the All-Star break for the first time since 1999.Phillips had a single and a pair of doubles, scored three times and drove in a run against former teammate Mike Leake (8-9). Ramon Cabrera drove in three runs, and Eugenio Suarez knocked in a pair.Finnegan (7-8) allowed a pair of singles, and the bullpen gave up three more while closing out Cincinnatis fourth shutout.INDIANS 9, TWINS 2CLEVELAND -- Carlos Santana hit a three-run homer, Francisco Lindor added a two-run shot and Cleveland salvaged the finale of a four-game series with Minnesota.The AL Central-leading Indians were outscored 35-16 by the last-place Twins in the first three games. Cleveland is 5-8 against Minnesota and 26-8 against the rest of the division.Santana homered in the third off Hector Santiago (10-5), who made his first start with the Twins since being acquired from the Angels on Monday. Lindor homered in a three-run seventh. Jason Kipins hit his career-high 18th homer, a solo shot in the first. Jose Ramirez had a solo homer in the eighth.Dan Otero (3-1) was the winner. Brian Dozier homered for Minnesota.WHITE SOX 6, TIGERS 3DETROIT -- Jose Abreu and Avisail Garcia homered in a five-run second inning, and Chicago chased Jordan Zimmermann in his return from the disabled list, snapping Detroits eight-game winning streak.Zimmermann (9-5) allowed six runs and six hits in 1 2/3 innings, failing to strike out a batter in his first outing since June 30. He had been out with a right neck strain.Jose Quintana (9-8) allowed three runs and eight hits in 7 1/3 innings. David Robertson pitched the ninth for his 26th save in 30 chances. Chicago won for only the second time in eight games.Miguel Cabrera and Ian Kinsler homered for Detroit. The Tigers fell three games behind AL Central-leading Cleveland.ATHLETICS 8, ANGELS 6, 10 INNINGSANAHEIM, Calif. -- Yonder Alonso hit a tiebreaking RBI double in the 10th inning and Oakland beat Los Angeles to avoid a three-game sweep and snap a five-game losing streak.Mike Morin (2-2) got the first two outs of the 10th inning before the As scored twice. Danny Valencia and Tyler Ladendorf singled, and Alonsos double to center scored Valencia with the go-ahead run. Marcus Semien followed with an RBI single. Ryan Dull pitched a scoreless 10th to get his second save.Jefry Marte and Jett Bandy hit back-to-back singles off John Axford to start the eighth and pinch-hitter Mike Trout drew a walk to load the bases. Johnny Giavotella sent a grounder to first base that Alonso bobbled, allowing Giavotella to reach safely and Marte to beat the throw home and tie it at 6.Ryan Madson (4-4) then came in for Axford and retired Yunel Escobar and Kole Calhoun.BRAVES 5, PIRATES 2ATLANTA -- Adonis Garcia scored from second on an improbable stolen base attempt in the seventh inning and Atlanta beat Pittsburgh despite Ryan Vogelsongs strong start.Vogelsong allowed only one run in six innings his first start in more than two months. He left with the game tied 1-1.Felipe Rivero (0-4) walked Garcia with one out in the seventh, and Garcia moved to second on Ender Inciartes single. Garcia, who has only two steals this season, broke for third base as the left-handed Rivero held the ball on the mound. Rivero finally threw to third, but Jung Ho Kang dropped the throw for an error, allowing Garcia to score. Inciarte moved to second, and scored on Jeff Francoeurs pinch single.Hunter Cervenka (1-0) was the winner, and Jim Johnson pitched the ninth for his seventh save.BLUE JAYS 4, ASTROS 1HOUSTON -- J.A. Happ won his ninth consecutive decision, Edwin Encarnacion reached 30 home runs for the fifth straight season and Toronto beat Houston for its eighth victory in 11 games.Happ (15-3), who already has set his career high for wins, retired 12 of his first 13 batters and allowed one run and four hits in six innings. Hes 9-0 with a 2.49 ERA in 10 starts since losing at Detroit on June 6. Roberto Osuna pitched the ninth for his 24th save.Mike Fiers (7-5) was the loser.RAYS 3, ROYALS 2ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Brad Miller hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning to help Tampa Bay beat Kansas City for a series split.Miller hit his 19th homer, connecting off Joakim Soria (4-5).Brad Boxberger (1-0) worked out of a bases-loaded, one-out jam in the eighth, and Alex Colome got his 26th save after giving up two hits during the ninth. Drew Smyly allowed two runs, five hits, one walk and struck out 10 in seven innings.Ian Kennedy gave up one hit, walked four and had nine strikeouts in six-plus innings for the Royals. Alex Gordon hit his eighth home run. Authentic Wholesale China Jerseys . -- Damian Lillard and LaMarcus Alrdridge were again the go-to duo for the Trail Blazers against the Kings. China Jerseys NFL . Manuel was offered a position the day he was fired. He accepted earlier this week and the team made the announcement Friday. . In the response filed Wednesday to the complaint by 30-year-old Alexander Bradley, attorneys say the former University of Florida player is invoking his Fifth Amendment right that protects people from incriminating themselves. In a rematch of their memorable UFC 100 bout, middleweight champion Michael Bisping puts his title on the line against former Strikeforce and Pride FC champion Dan Henderson?on Saturday at UFC 204 in Manchester, England.Bisping is fighting as champion in his home country for the first time, while Henderson, 46, is hoping to wind down his career with another signature win. Here are the statistical categories that could end up being the difference on Saturday.The first fightThe result of the first matchup between these two is one of the biggest talking points heading into the rematch. After months of back-and-forth sniping, including an entire season of The Ultimate Fighter, the two finally squared off at UFC 100. Bisping stayed on the outside and circled away while looking for openings. Henderson waited and finally landed the big knockout blow. Despite appearing as if he was waiting for the big shot, Henderson actually landed at a respectable 3.45 significant strikes per minute rate. Only three other fighters have landed at a higher rate against Bisping in the UFC. On the other hand, Bisping seemed hesitant to close the distance and landed only 2.64 significant strikes per minute. That rate is the fifth lowest output of his 26-fight UFC career. In order to be successful in this fight, Bisping will need to increase his output while avoiding Hendersons power shots. Considering his recent results, that should not be a problem.Significant strikes per minuteBisping has always been a volume striker. In his first 22 fights in the UFC, he landed 4.21 significant strikes per minute. For his past four fights, he has raised the bar even higher and landed 4.65. Henderson has been trending in the opposite direction. Since knocking out Bisping at UFC 100, Henderson has landed only 2.15 significant strikes per minute in the UFC/Strikeforce. In his previous 25 Pride/UFC fights, he had bbeen landing 2. Jerseys From China. 6.KnockoutsHenderson is known for his signature knockout power, with his right hand known affectionately by fans as the H Bomb. In 39 fights for UFC/Strikeforce/Pride, he has scored 15 knockouts. As he ages, his power does not seem to be on the decline, as seven of his past eight wins have come via knockout. The downside is that his resistance to power shots has diminished. Henderson began his career with 39 straight fights without being knocked out. He has now been knocked out in three of his past seven bouts.Bisping does not have the reputation of being a power striker, but he has tallied 10 knockouts in the UFC and another six outside of the Octagon. Prior to knocking out Luke Rockhold and taking the UFC middleweight championship in June at UFC 199, Bisping had landed 314 significant strikes in four fights since his most recent knockout. With that being said, it takes only one shot, and the champion is coming off the biggest knockout of his career.WrestlingHenderson twice represented the U.S. at the Olympics and was a fixture of the national Greco-Roman wrestling team for a large portion of the 1990s. However, he has never really been a dominant wrestler in MMA. In fact, Hendersons takedown numbers are remarkably similar to those of Bisping, who doesnt come from a wrestling background. Henderson lands 1.58 takedowns per 15 minutes compared to 1.18 for Bisping. The American is more accurate, as he lands 54 percent of his attempts, while Bisping converts only 43 percent. However, the edge on defense goes to Bisping, as he successfully defends 64 percent of his opponents takedown attempts, and Henderson stops only 57 percent. 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