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Just one week after being fired from his post as head coach of the Carolina Hurricanes, Kirk Muller is back behind the bench with the St. Louis Blues. The team announced Tuesday that Muller is joining the Blues to work as an assistant coach with Ken Hitchcock. TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger adds that Muller has agreed to a two-year contract. Muller was 80-80-27 in three seasons with the Hurricanes. Carolina finished 13th in the 16-team East this season. Muller, 48, made six All-Star teams during a 19-year career with six clubs, most notably New Jersey and Montreal and won the Stanley Cup with the Canadiens in 1993. Muller also worked as an assistant coach with the Habs from 2007 to 2011. He had never been a head coach in the NHL and was in his first season coaching the Milwaukee Admirals of the AHL when he was hired during the 2011-12 season to replace the fired Paul Maurice. 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Minutes after the previously winless Colts got their first win, 27-13 over Tennessee, team vice chairman Bill Polian said the four-time league MVP will not play this season though he has begun throwing to teammates at the team complex. Nike Air Vapormax Run Utility Australia . The Toronto Argonauts running back hurt his left ankle during the teams practice Friday afternoon at Rogers Centre.SAN FRANCISCO -- Buck Showalter has seen enough of his Baltimore Orioles this season to know they can turn a tight game into a runaway in just a couple of swings. Waiting for it to happen is still just as tough. J.J. Hardy hit a go-ahead, two-run homer in the seventh inning, Adam Jones added a three-run shot in the ninth and the Orioles pounded the San Francisco Giants 10-2 on Sunday. "Ill tell you, if Id had known how they were going to turn out, Id enjoy them a lot more," Showalter said. "But I dont. Your brain hurts after a while." Hardys 21st home run of the season gave the Orioles a 3-2 lead. Four players drove in a run in the eighth, and Jones hit his 24th homer in the ninth. Every player in Baltimores starting lineup finished with at least one hit. "Its an offence thats capable of doing that for sure," Hardy said. "We feel like were always able to put some runs on the board, and if our pitching keeps it close, weve got a good shot." Brandon Belt and Hunter Pence each hit RBI doubles off Bud Norris in the first before Baltimore scored 10 unanswered runs. Matt Cain (7-8) retired 15 of the first 16 batters he faced. He struck out five and walked one in seven innings, allowing only an RBI single by Nate McLouth in the sixth before Hardys homer carried over left fielder Jeff Francoeur and into the first row. "I thought it was a pop-up that Francoeur would have caught easily. It just kept going," Cain said. Troy Patton (2-0) tossed one scoreless inning of relief to help Baltimore to its fourth win in five games. Norris gave up six hits, struck out two and walked two in five innings. He had won his first two starts since the Orioles acquired the right-hander from Houston on July 31. Norris wanted to stay in the game but was hit for in the fifth. He said he goes into every start "programmed" to throw 120 pitches, though Showalter said he called Norris out on his math, saying he averages about 98 a game. Even still, Norris enjoyed watching the offensive outburst in the late innings. "Its a lot of fun. Its something Im definitely not really used to" coming from the Astros, he said. "Screaming in the clubhouse, I think I scared one of the trainers off the table." The finale between the black-and-orange and the orange-and-black turned out to be a one-sided affair.dddddddddddd Cain, long accustomed to receiving little run support, baffled Baltimores batters most of the afternoon. He sent down the first eight he faced before Norris comebacker bounced off his glove, knocked him down and trickled around for an infield single. The Orioles couldnt crack Cain again until Brian Roberts tripled leading off the sixth. After pinch-hitter Henry Urrutia struck out, Nate McLouth singled to slice San Franciscos lead to 2-1. A day after hitting his majors-leading 42nd home run, Chris Davis doubled off the 399-foot marker in centre leading off the seventh. Two batters later, Hardy homered to left to put the Orioles ahead. Nick Markakis, Matt Wieters, Jones and Roberts all drove in a run in the eighth to put Baltimore up 7-2. Three of the runs were charged to lefty Jose Mijares, and the other to Sandy Rosario. Jones sent a changeup from starter-turned-reliever Barry Zito over the wall in left in the ninth to put the Orioles up 10-2. That sent most of the announced sellout crowd of 41,622 headed for the exits. San Franciscos stagnant offence never put up a fight. The Orioles retired 17 of the final 19 batters for the Giants. Buster Posey, the reigning NL MVP and batting champion, is hitless in his last four games and in a 2-for-19 skid. World Series MVP Pablo Sandoval, who turned 27 on Sunday, snapped a 0-for-20 skid when he singled in the sixth and also walked twice. "We scored two runs early and then its like we sit around and wait," said Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford, who was 0 for 3 with a walk. "We just kind of sit on the two-run lead and think thats all we need. A lot of times with our pitchers it is, but we have to pile on when we can." NOTES: Orioles INF Wilson Betemit (right knee) will begin a rehab assignment at Class-A Frederick on Monday, while OF Lew Ford (sports hernia) will report to Double-A Bowie on Tuesday. ... Giants CF Angel Pagan is progressing well in Arizona from left hamstring surgery and could be ready to make a rehab start soon, manager Bruce Bochy said. The Giants hope Pagan can return around Sept. 1. ... The Orioles begin a three-game series at Arizona on Monday. The Giants are travelling to Washington on Monday to open a three-game set against the Nationals on Tuesday. ' ' '