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03/05/2015 12:46 AM
Marcus Semien already has five hits, seven RBIs in two spring games

It's our duty to remind you that spring training stats mean little in the grand scheme of things. They're a small sample size collected against mostly inexperienced minor leaguers and fringe major leaguers battling it out for the final open spots on the 25-man roster. Little is to be truly learned or extracted from said numbers, although players would obviously rather come out looking impressive than having to answer questions about performance in March.

With that mind, it's also our duty to point out when a player is flat out raking, and so far Oakland A's shortstop Marcus Semien is doing just that to the tune of five hits, two home runs, one walk and seven RBI in his first six plate appearances this spring.

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Semien, 24, is coming off his first extended look in MLB. In 2014, he hit .234/.300/.372 with six homers and 28 RBIs in 64 games with the Chicago White Sox. He was acquired by the A's in the Jeff Samardzija blockbuster during the winter meetings and entered camp tentatively expected to be their opening day shortstop. Though such plans are obviously still written in pencil, we'd say Semien's first impression will buy him some space and ensure the eraser remains far away from his name in the near future. 

As noted, Semien isn't just poking seeing-eye singles out there. He's shown power, patience, and the ability to adjust to situations. He's not doing it exclusively against bottom of the roster pitchers either as he started the spring with a home run off World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner of the San Francisco Giants.

Here's a quick rundown of his plate appearances so far.

1. Hit two-run homer against Madison Bumgarner to score Craig Gentry and give Oakland a quick 2-0 lead. The A's would add one more to make it a three run first. 

2. Singled up the middle against Brett Bochy.  Craig Gentry scored from second to make it 4-1 Oakland. 

3. Led off fifth inning with solo home run off of Cody Hall.

Those plates appearance took place in Oakland's 9-4 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Oakland knocked off San Francisco again, 9-2 , and Semien stayed locked in.

4. Singled to left field against Jake Peavy to score Sam Fuld and Josh Reddick and give Oakland another 2-0 first-inning lead.

5. Walked against Ty Blach.

6. Facing Ty Blach again, Semien dropped a single in front of center fielder Angel Pagan. Josh Reddick, who was 3-for-3 himself, scored to make it 6-2.

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That pretty much sums it up right there. It's Marcus Semien's world within the world of A's camp, though as you might expect, Semien himself isn't putting much stock into the results

The way Semien puts it, "I'm just getting good pitches to hit right now" -- and he's doing it against both lefties and righties, having homered off southpaw Madison Bumgarner on Tuesday, before getting to righty Jake Peavy early in Wednesday's affair. He's also studying up on new opposition.
"I'm just trying to pay attention to how they attack me," he said. "I know we play [San Francisco] a little bit this year, so that's what it's about."

The overreaction is always best left for the teammates.  

"It's unreal," said righty Jesse Hahn. "He's in midseason form right now."
"It's unbelievable," added outfielder Josh Reddick. "It's something special, and hopefully he can ride it into the season."

That's a long shot, but Semien is at least guaranteed to stay perfect start into Friday's action. Manager Bob Melvin already said he'll get Thursday off. But we're guessing Semien would much rather keep on rolling than allow someone else a crack at his position. 

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03/04/2015 06:33 PM
Peyton Manning's pay cut not as much as Broncos first asked for

Even when Peyton Manning loses $4 million, he doesn't really lose.

The reworked contract is done, and Manning made it official that he'll be back, telling the Denver Post's Mike Klis he's excited to return for another season with the Denver Broncos. Manning's base salary was reduced from $19 million to $15 million, but it's not that bad for Manning. 

The Broncos asked for a "far more severe pay cut" when negotiations started, Klis reported. The Broncos need cash for signing bonuses, not necessarily salary-cap relief, Klis said. The team and Manning settled on the $4 million cut. But that's not even too bad, potentially. Manning can make the $4 million back through team incentives, the Post said.

So the Broncos came to Manning hoping for a pay cut of larger than $4 million, and Manning ended up taking a $4 million cut that he can make back. Not a bad negotiation.

Giving the team $4 million back is a nice gesture but it's not a game changer for the Broncos as they enter free agency or anything. Especially if they don't have a ton of cash on hand, as the report suggests. But it's something.

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Either way, the Broncos have their quarterback back for another year, and that's their best-case scenario. Manning talked about being excited to work with new coach Gary Kubiak and looking forward to learning a new offense. The Broncos will still be one of the contenders in the AFC, assuming Manning's play doesn't really slip next season, when he'll be 39.

They'll be closer to a Super Bowl if they can figure out how to re-sign some key free agents, and Manning's pay cut should help a little bit. Just not as much as the Broncos hoped going in.

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03/04/2015 11:21 PM
Marc Gasol hits game-winner to send Grizzlies past Rockets in controversial finish

The Memphis Grizzlies needed a win. They'd lost three of their past four games, they were coming off a dispiriting home defeat to the Utah Jazz and they were dealing with some intra-squad static surrounding a reported practice altercation between guards Tony Allen and Nick Calathes that led to a one-game suspension for "The Grindfather."

More than that, though, Dave Joerger's club had also dropped two of its first three games this season against its Wednesday night opponents, the Houston Rockets, and the Grizz certainly didn't want to cede the head-to-head tiebreaker to James Harden and company, who entered Wednesday's action sitting just 1 1/2 games behind Memphis for the No. 2 spot in the Western Conference.

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So, yes: This was a big one, and when Memphis has needed big things this season, it has turned most often to the man they call "Big Spain." And once again, with the game in the balance and the clock winding down, All-Star center Marc Gasol answered the call:

With the game knotted at 100 and 5.4 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, Grizzlies forward Jeff Green lofted an inbounds pass to ... well, to nowhere in particular, really, but Gasol tracked it down. ("The pass was a little bit terrible," Grizzlies guard Courtney Lee said later. "He's an All-Star for a reason.") Gasol faced up on Rockets forward Terrence Jones — undersized for the matchup at 6-foot-9 and 255 pounds, but quick, active, tough and in the midst of a whale of a game against the Memphis frontline — and made his move.

The 7-foot-1 Spaniard lowered his shoulder, took a couple of hard dribbles to his right, and then elevated along the baseline with an off-balance-but-pure 10-footer that found the bottom of the net, putting Memphis on top with 0.1 seconds left. The Rockets tried a lob to the rim for a tip-in try, but came up empty, sealing a 102-100 win that earned the Grizzlies a split of their season series with Houston and improved their record to 43-17, putting 2 1/2 games of room between them and the Rockets in the standings.

Gasol finished with 21 points on 10-for-14 shooting to go with seven rebounds, six assists and a monster block of Jones in the final minute, carrying Memphis over the finish line after the Grizzlies allowed a 12-point fourth quarter lead to disappear. He capped off the command performance with that for-the-win baseline leaner ... which you can certainly argue he didn't deserve to get the chance to take, given the way the Grizzlies gained possession to set it up.

After a missed Gasol jumper with 30 seconds left, Harden — Houston's MVP candidate, back from a one-game suspension for kicking LeBron James in the groin during a Sunday win — dribbled the ball into the frontcourt. Having spent much of the game facilitating (13 assists, one off his season-high) while struggling somewhat to find the range on his shot late (1 for 4 in the fourth quarter, 7 for 16 for the game), Harden set about doing what he does best — driving into the lane, inviting contact and looking to finish at the rim.

In this case, two out of three wasn't good:

Harden broke down Lee, went left off the bounce and drove into the help defense of Randolph, who raked down on the bearded wonder's hands as he brought the ball up to attempt a shot. There was definitely contact, but no foul was called on the play; in fact, Randolph was credited with a block on the official score sheet — and Z-Bo grabbed the loose ball to call timeout and set Memphis up with possession in the frontcourt with 5.4 ticks left.

Harden, Houston head coach Kevin McHale, the entire Rockets broadcast team and every partisan fan in the Toyota Center were livid at the no-call. As you might expect, the displeasure extended into postgame interviews like Harden's scrum, as captured by ClutchFans:

On what Harden saw on that possession:
"What I saw, or what I felt? End of the game, everybody's watching the ball. I drove to the basket and I got grabbed on my arms, and nothing was called."
On what referee Ken Mauer said to him when they spoke after the play:
"He didn't say anything."
Was he surprised that no whistle blew?
"Very surprised. You know, at the end of the game, I think everybody's watching the ball. Everybody. The entire crowd. Everybody in the gym is watching the ball. So, I mean ... [shrugs] ... I don't know what to say. It's frustrating, man. It's frustrating when you fight so hard to come back, when you get an opportunity to win the game, you know. It's frustrating."
On whether he thinks his penchant for creating contact and drawing foul calls might have worked against him here:
"I'm not worried about any other call. I'm worried about that particular call. That call gives us an opportunity to win a basketball game."

In this case, though, the NBA's leader in free-throws made and attempted, second in the league in personal fouls drawn behind only DeMarcus Cousins, didn't get the benefit of the whistle. For his part, Randolph, who finished with 15 points, eight rebounds, six assists, three steals and a block in 33 minutes in his return from the illness that sidelined him on Tuesday, didn't seem particularly sympathetic:

Missed call or no — and we'll eagerly await Thursday's "last two minutes" report — the Rockets also gave away an early 12-point lead and allowed 25 Memphis points off their 13 turnovers; one single bang-bang play doesn't necessarily determine the outcome of a game. Except ... y'know ... when it does. In this case, both of the game's biggest moments went in the Grizzlies' favor, and sometimes, with teams this good, that's all the margin you need.

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03/05/2015 01:11 AM
NHL Three Stars: Zidlicky leads Wings; Hammond does it again

No. 1 Star: Marek Zidlicky, Detroit Red Wings 

The trade deadline acquisition popped the puck over Cam Talbot for a power-play goal just 1:09 into overtime, as the Wings defeated the New York Rangers on RIVALRY NIGHT(!), 3-2.

No. 2 Star: Andrew Hammond, Ottawa Senators

Hammond did it again, making 35 saves in leading the Ottawa Senators to a 3-1 win over the Winnipeg Jets. He made 12 saves in the third, when the Sens were outshot 13-3.

No. 3 Star: Gabriel Landeskog, Colorado Avalanche

The Avs captain scored a goal, his 17th, and had two assists in their 3-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Honorable Mention: John Gibson made 37 saves in the Anaheim Ducks’ 3-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens. Jiri Sekac had an assist on Rickard Rakell’s sixth of the season. … Alex Galchenyuk scored his 19th. … Bobby Ryan scored his 17th and Kyle Turris scored his 16th. … Nathan MacKinnon scored a goal and Sidney Crosby went scoreless in their Cole Harbour showdown. … Evgeni Malkin scored goal No. 27.

Did You Know? Iginla reached the 20-goal mark for the 16th time in his NHL career and tied Bobby Clarke for 43rd place on the all-time list with 1,210 points. (AP)

Dishonorable Mention: Derek Stepan’s holding penalty led to Detroit’s overtime power play. … New Habs Torrey Mitchell and Brian Flynn were a minus-2. … Dustin Byfuglien left the Jets’ loss with an upper body injury. Paul Maurice gave no update on his health.

 

 

 

 

 

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03/05/2015 01:11 AM
NHL Three Stars: Zidlicky leads Wings; Hammond does it again

No. 1 Star: Marek Zidlicky, Detroit Red Wings 

The trade deadline acquisition popped the puck over Cam Talbot for a power-play goal just 1:09 into overtime, as the Wings defeated the New York Rangers on RIVALRY NIGHT(!), 3-2.

No. 2 Star: Andrew Hammond, Ottawa Senators

Hammond did it again, making 35 saves in leading the Ottawa Senators to a 3-1 win over the Winnipeg Jets. He made 12 saves in the third, when the Sens were outshot 13-3.

No. 3 Star: Gabriel Landeskog, Colorado Avalanche

The Avs captain scored a goal, his 17th, and had two assists in their 3-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Honorable Mention: John Gibson made 37 saves in the Anaheim Ducks’ 3-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens. Jiri Sekac had an assist on Rickard Rakell’s sixth of the season. … Alex Galchenyuk scored his 19th. … Bobby Ryan scored his 17th and Kyle Turris scored his 16th. … Nathan MacKinnon scored a goal and Sidney Crosby went scoreless in their Cole Harbour showdown. … Evgeni Malkin scored goal No. 27.

Did You Know? Iginla reached the 20-goal mark for the 16th time in his NHL career and tied Bobby Clarke for 43rd place on the all-time list with 1,210 points. (AP)

Dishonorable Mention: Derek Stepan’s holding penalty led to Detroit’s overtime power play. … New Habs Torrey Mitchell and Brian Flynn were a minus-2. … Dustin Byfuglien left the Jets’ loss with an upper body injury. Paul Maurice gave no update on his health.

 

 

 

 

 

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