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In the midst of a terrible slump, Amos Ramon stepped up to play the heros role at Shaw Park on Tuesday night. Baltimore Orioles Pro Shop . With 6,147 fans cheering wildly, Ramon delivered a bases-loaded double in the bottom of the eighth inning to drive home two runs and give the Winnipeg Goldeyes a 6-4 win over the visiting Sioux Falls Canaries. Coming to the plate zero-for-three on the evening and one-for-36 in his last 11 games, Ramon took a fastball the opposite way to score pinch-runner Jordan Guida, along with Josh Mazzola, as the Goldeyes came back from a 4-1 deficit after an inning an a half to score one in the second, two in the seventh and two more in the eighth. With the win, the Goldeyes got back to .500 at 30-30, won their third straight game and stayed seven-and-a-half games back of the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks in the race for first in the American Associations North Division. It was also a great way to start an 11-games-in-10-days homestand. "Amos has been scuffling lately, but hed lined out earlier in the ball game and after that he took some better swings and had some better at-bats," said Goldeyes manager Rick Forney. "You know how Amos can be when he gets going, when he heats up and gets some confidence. Maybe that was the hit that will get him going again. "Were going to let Amos play through it. Hes been scuffling, but hes done a lot of great things for us the past couple of years and hes earned everybodys patience." Sioux Falls opened the scoring with three runs in the first off of Goldeyes starter Matt Rusch, but Winnipeg answered with a single run in the bottom of the first, as Tyler Graham singled, stole second and scored on a single by Ryan Scoma. After Sioux Falls took a 4-1 lead in the top of the second, the Goldeyes answered with a run in the bottom of the second as Fehlandt Lentini doubled, stole third and scored on a sacrifice fly off the bat of Luis Alen. The Goldeyes tied the game in the seventh, as Alen walked and went to third on a single by Tyler Graham. Graham stole second and then Alen scored on an error by Sioux Falls shortstop Cory Morales. Graham then came home on a double by Ray Sadler and the Goldeyes had tied it up at 4-4. That set up Winnipegs huge eighth inning. Casey Haerther had a terrific at bat to lead off the inning and drilled a single to centre. Mazzola then walked and Haerther was replaced by pinch-runner Jordan Guida. Lentini laid down a bunt that moved Guida and Mazzola up 90 feet, Alen was walked intentionally and then Ramon delivered the double that won the ball game. Brendan Lafferty (2-1, 4.65 ERA) got the win in relief of Rusch, who was rock solid through seven innings after a rough first inning. Closer Patrick Keating earned his 12th save. Sioux Falls reliever Kirk Clark (0-3, 4.37 ERA) suffered the loss in relief of starter Mitchell Clegg who allowed only two runs on six hits through six innings. The Goldeyes and Canaries will meet in Game 2 of this three-game series on Wednesday night, 7:00 p.m. at Shaw Park. Pete Gehle will get the start for Winnipeg, while Adam Champion will take the ball for Sioux Falls. Orioles Jerseys China . The 28-year-old from Calgary matched his career best after missing just one shot in his two rounds of shooting in the mens 10-kilometre sprint competition. Smith finished in 23 minutes 15. Baltimore Orioles Shirts . -- Yogi Ferrell orchestrates pretty much everything in Indianas offence. https://www.cheaporioles.com/ . -- Stanfords Kevin Danser knelt on one knee and hardly moved on the sideline as Michigan State celebrated its Rose Bowl victory and his Cardinal teammates made their way to the locker room. When embattled Texas?coach Charlie Strong walked into a team meeting room on Sunday, a day after another devastating loss, this time to woebegone Kansas, he said his players looked at him like they were seeing a ghost.Guys, its really me, Strong told them.Strong was the only Texas official with enough courage and guts to show himself in public on Monday, a day after there were various media reports, including from ESPN, that athletic director Mike Perrin and university president Gregory Fenves had already decided to fire him.For the record, Strong said he met with Perrin and talked with Fenves on Sunday. Strong said he was told that he and his coaching staff would be evaluated at the end of the regular season, and that a decision wouldnt be made until after Fridays regular-season finale against TCU in Austin. Perrin said the same thing in a statement the university released on Sunday night.For what its worth, Strong believes the result of Fridays game will carry some weight as to whether or not hell be coaching the Longhorns beyond this season. It might only be wishful thinking -- or maybe not.I dont really think so, Strong said, when asked if he believed a decision about his future had been made. Id like not to think it has, because Ive been told they would make the decision after the TCU game. I dont believe it has been done.Clearly, the odds dont seem to be in his favor. The Longhorns dropped to 5-6 overall after losing 24-21 in overtime at Kansas, which hadnt defeated Texas since 1938. The Longhorns have to beat the Horned Frogs on Friday to become bowl-eligible.Strong is 16-20 overall and 12-14 in Big 12 play in three seasons at Texas.I know the wins and losses dont stack up, Strong said.But after cleaning up Texas off-field issues, Strong believes his young team is improving every week and will be even better in 2017.Next year, I want to come back, Strong said. I look at the job this staff has done and the players theyve put in place and how far weve come. ... Youre looking at a young football team that, when you get everything back in place for the upcoming year, has a lot of talent.Its hard to imagine that Perrin and Fenves would string Strong along for five more days, especially during the Thanksgiving holiday, if theyve already decided he wont be returning for a fourth season. But then again, we are talking about Texas, where the uncomfortable ending of longtime coach Mack Browns tenure dragged on for days before reaching finality in 2013.If Fenves and Perrin had already decided to fire Strong, would they really have paraded him out in front of a roomful of reporters for his regular news conference on Monday? If they were certain they were going to fire him, wouldnt they have already delivered the news to him? At least then he and his players could relax and enjoy what might be their final game together on Friday.Strong said he could already sense that his team was playing tight as speculation about his future swirled the past few weeks. The Longhorns blew an 11-point lead in the fourth quarter against Kansas, which had lost nine straight games and 19 consecutive Big 12 contests. Orioles Jerseys 2019. . Freshman quarterback Shane Buechele threw three interceptions, including one in overtime, and star tailback?DOnta Foreman?fumbled twice.I can tell on the field how were playing not to lose, Strong said. We have one game left. Its important we play this game for our seniors, because they deserve to get to a bowl game. Were all frustrated. Standing in the room [with his players on Sunday], I could see the look in their eyes how frustrated they were about that loss.Its hard to say Strong has lost his locker room given the show of support Texas players gave on Monday.He doesnt have the support, I guess, of some of the people who are trying to get him out, receiver?Jacorey Warrick?said. But the people who really matter, the players, you can see where our support lies.Texas defensive tackle?Paul Boyette Jr.?made a tearful defense of Strong on Monday. In my heart and my spirit, I want him to be here, he said. I dont make the decisions. Im not the head man in charge. All I can do is pray and hope for the best. I cant say enough about him.If Texas administration has no intentions of bringing Strong back next season, waiting another five days to fire him is only going to make matters worse. The current situation in Austin is eerily similar to what happened at LSU last season, when the Tigers were trying to decide whether or not to fire coach Les Miles.In the days before LSUs regular-season finale against Texas A&M in 2015, there were widespread media reports that the administration was leaning toward firing Miles, who guided the Tigers to two SEC titles and the 2007 BCS national championship.But then a funny thing happened: LSU fans decided they wanted to keep their popular coach. They chanted his name and roared when he was introduced during Senior Day ceremonies. Other fans waved signs of support from the stands. After LSU knocked off the Aggies 19-7, LSUs players carried Miles off the field on their shoulders.Then athletic director Joe Alleva unexpectedly announced that Miles would return to coach for another season. According to various media reports, LSU president F. King Alexander decided Miles wouldnt be fired during a meeting with Alleva and influential boosters in a luxury suite at halftime of the game.Of course, LSUs decision is also a cautionary tale for Texas. After getting new life, Miles coached the Tigers for only four games this season. Alleva fired him the day after an 18-13 loss at Auburn dropped LSUs record to 2-2.Regardless, the Longhorns need to decide what theyre going to do and go ahead and do it. The outcome of one game really cant mean that much in the big picture.As Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley famously said in 2002: If something needs to be done eventually, it needs to be done immediately.It sure beats Strongs current predicament.No person deserves to be in this type of limbo, Boyette Jr. said. ' ' '

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