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In their final game before the all-star break, the Winnipeg Goldeyes sprayed the baseball all over U.S. Steel Yard, but with the performance starting pitcher Chris Salamida turned it, it was a bit of overkill. Salamida pitched a complete-game shutout Sunday afternoon, as the Goldeyes (43-25) hammered the Gary SouthShore RailCats (39-29) 12-0. "All these games in Gary are close, even at home weve played some close games," Goldeyes pitching coach Jamie Vermilyea said on the Jewel 101 post-game show. "All these wins are tough to get, but when you get a blowout win like, its nice to have, especially going into the all-star break." The win increases Winnipegs lead to three games in the American Associations North Division. After scoring the games first run in the top of the first inning, the Goldeyes busted open a tight game with six runs on six hits in the top of the sixth inning off RailCats starter Morgan Coombs. Eleven Goldeyes came to the plate in the inning, which was highlighted by Luis Alens two-RBI double that tied Fehlandt Lentini for the franchise record in doubles with 123. Winnipeg added three more runs in the top of the seventh, as Casey Haerther hit a solo home run and Donnie Webb and Jake Blackwood added RBI doubles. The Goldeyes continued to pile it on with two runs in the top of the eighth. Haerther drove in another run with a single and Reggie Abercrombie drilled another RBI double. Winnipeg racked up 16 hits in the game. Abercrombie led the way with a four-for-five afternoon at the dish and four RBI. Haerther was also productive with a three-for-five day with a home run and three RBI. While the offensive surge was going on in the top of the late innings, Salamida was dominate against the RailCats batting order all afternoon, allowing just four hits and a walk, while striking out seven. Its his third complete-game shutout in a Goldeyes uniform, moving him into a tie with Roger Luque for second all-time in Goldeyes history. "I told Sal to go out there and fill up the strike zone. Thats what he did," Vermilyea said. "He threw his fastball to both sides of the plate. He was able to throw that slider early in the count for a strike and expand with it late. When he has both of those pitches working, hes going to be hard to hit." The Goldeyes will now take a two-day break for the 2014 American Association All-Star Celebrations, which happen in downtown Winnipeg on Monday and Tuesday. Ryan Zimmerman Nationals Jersey . Wheeler said Kane was just making a joke that was misunderstood and misinterpreted by "Winnipeg folks" and the media once again. Wheeler repeated that he believes Kane is a player who has the ability to help the Jets get to the next level as they try once again to reach the playoffs in 2014. 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Down by 14 with 2:21 left, the Miners went on a frantic closing spurt that fell just short, and UTEP was beaten by No.MONTREAL -- Tomas Plekanecs second-period goal, and a strong performance by Carey Price, gave the Montreal Canadiens a 3-1 victory over the visiting Ottawa Senators on Thursday night in NHL pre-season action. Alex Galchenyuk and Max Pacioretty also scored for the Habs (3-3-1), while Price made 29 saves. Cory Conacher was the lone goal scorer for Ottawa (4-2-0). Craig Anderson stopped 22 shots. The Senators outshot Montreal 30-25. This was Montreals second game in as many against the Senators. Ottawa beat Montreal 5-2 on Wednesday. The Senators, who have played three games in as many nights, fielded a much younger - and less-experienced - team on Thursday. Veterans Jason Spezza, Chris Neil, and Erik Karlsson were all healthy scratches. Ottawa got on the scoreboard first when Conacher tapped a loose puck into the net at 5:09 of the first. Price stopped the initial Chris Wideman shot from the blue line, but neither he nor Andrei Markov could clear the puck.ddddddddddddThe goal was Conachers third of the pre-season. Galchenyuk tied the score late in the first, completing a nice tic-tac-toe play between him, Lars Eller, and Daniel Briere. Plekanec gave the Canadiens the lead, and the eventual win, at 18:06 of the second period, firing a shot in the roof of the net from the face-off circle to Andersons right. Max Pacioretty doubled the Canadiens lead mid-way through the final frame. Earlier in the day, the Canadiens announced that eight players had been assigned to the Hamilton Bulldogs, the Habs AHL affiliate, including forward Christian Thomas and defender Greg Pateryn. The Canadiens open the regular season at home against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday, Oct. 1. ' ' '

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