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The Minot Vistas play in the championship at the Heilman's Performance Invitational Tournament at Corbett Field....

    MINOT, ND - The Minot Vistas play in the championship at the Heilman's Performance Invitational Tournament at Corbett Field.

American Legion Baseball
    Class AA
        Heilman's Performance Invitational Tournament - Corbett Field in Minot
            Pool Play
                Pierre, SD 6, East Grand Forks 1
            First Round
                East Grand Forks 9, Saskatoon, Sask. 3
                Minot Vistas 13, Pierre, SD 2    
                Bismarck Governors 8, Brainerd, MN 7        

        Minot and Bismarck play for the Championship at 2 pm today.    


    FARGO, ND - The Mandan Chiefs are playing in the 46th Annual Fargo-Moorhead Invitational Tournament this weekend. In pool play the Chiefs defeated Thunder Bay, Ontario 17-3 and Moorhead, MN 10-6. The Chiefs take second in their pool and secure the wild card spot in the semifinals. They will play Coon Rapids, MN today at 2 pm.


    MINOT, ND - In a slugfest the Minot Sabre Dogs outlasted the Hub City Hot Shots 14-10 last night in Aberdeen, SD. The Sabre Dogs led 14-3 after seven innings, but Hub City tallied seven runs in the eighth. Neither team could score in the ninth as Souris Valley enters the All-Star break having won 14 of 15 games. The Sabre Dogs have the best record in the Expedition League at 24-9.  


     CHICAGO (AP) - Minnesota's Eddie Rosario, Bobby Wilson and Max Kepler all left early because of heat illness on a scorching afternoon at Wrigley Field, and the Chicago Cubs beat the Twins 14-9 Saturday.
     Rosario homered in the top of the fifth inning, then was pulled from left field shortly after fielding a hit by Anthony Rizzo in the bottom half. The Cubs said it was 96 degrees at the time with a heat index of 107 - that's a calculation of how hot it actually feels, with the humidity factored in.
     Jason Heyward had four of the Cubs' 20 hits, Ben Zobrist had three RBIs and Chicago had a pair of five-run innings. The Cubs rallied from 3-0 and 7-4 deficits and have scored at least 10 runs in three straight games for the first time since April 2003.
     Albert Almora Jr. had three hits and drove in two runs as the Cubs won their third in a row. He exited in the fifth after apparently injuring a leg running the bases.
     Joe Mauer had two hits and three RBIs for the Twins.
     There was a short break in the sixth after Wilson drew a walk. A couple of cups of water were brought out for him to sip and douse himself to cool off. Wilson eventually scored and was replaced at catcher after the inning ended with the score tied at 9.
     Willians Astudillo, primarily a catcher in the minors, made his major league debut and wound up playing center field for the Twins, his first time at that spot as a pro. He hit an RBI single in his first at-bat.
     Home plate umpire Hunter Wendelstedt worked with a towel draped around his neck and frequently left the field between innings.
     Chicago broke open a tie game with a five-run seventh.
     David Bote led off with a walk and Ian Happ doubled off reliever Trevor Hildenberger (1-2). It was Chicago's 15th hit to that point - and first extra-base hit.
     After pinch hitter Kyle Schwarber was intentionally walked to load the bases, Heyward hit a soft liner that just scooted over the head of shortstop Ehire Adrianza - with the infield playing in - for an RBI single and a 10-9 lead. o plate Bote and give the Cubs a 10-9 lead. Baez hit a grounder up the middle, just out of Adrianza's reach with the infield playing in, for two more runs.
     Justin Wilson (2-2) pitched a scoreless inning for the win.
     UP NEXT
     LHP Jon Lester (10-2, 2.18 ERA) opens the July schedule after winning all five of his June starts, compiling a 1.13 ERA during that stretch. RHP Lance Lynn (5-6, 4.81) starts the finale of the three-game series for the Twins.

    Checking out Saturday's other major league action:
     - Nick Markakis launched a grand slam and had five RBIs to highlight the Braves' 11-4 assault on the Cardinals. Ronald Acuna opened the scoring with a two-run blast and Max Fried struck out 11 while limiting St. Louis to four hits over 6 2/3. Ozzie Albies had three hits and two RBIs to help Atlanta keep its 2 1/2-game lead over Philadelphia in the NL East.
     - Odubel Herrera hit a solo homer and the Phillies' bullpen tossed five-hit ball over seven innings of a 3-2 victory against Washington. Jorge Alfaro and Aaron Altherr hit RBI doubles in the fourth to put Philadelphia ahead 3-1. Vince Velazquez was pulled an inning after getting hit on his pitching arm by a line drive in the second, but he managed to unleash a strong throw with his opposite arm that nipped the speedy Adam Eaton at first for the final out.
     - The Rockies were 3-1 winners over the Dodgers behind German Marquez, who allowed a run and two hits while striking out nine over eight innings. Marquez blanked Los Angeles until Kike Hernandez homered in the sixth inning. Ian Desmond hit a solo shot and Chris Ianetta lined an RBI single in Colorado's third straight win.
     - The Giants crushed the Diamondbacks, 7-0 to pull into a tie for second with Los Angeles in the NL West, 3 1/2 games behind Arizona. Brandon Crawford, Andrew McCutchen and Joe Panik each hit solo homers in support of Dereck Rodriguez, who is 3-1 after pitching six-hit ball over 6 1/3 innings. Crawford, Panik and Pablo Sandoval each had two RBIs in San Francisco's sixth win in seven games.
     - The Red Sox turned the tables on the Yankees and took a one-game lead over New York in the AL East by crushing the Bombers, 11-0 in the Bronx. Rafael Devers was 5-for-5 with a grand slam and three runs scored to help Boston bounce back from Friday's 8-1 loss to the Yanks. Sandy Leon belted a two-run shot and J.D. Martinez had three RBIs to back Chris Sale, who struck out 11 over seven innings and combined with two relievers on a two-hitter.
     - The Rays won for the seventh time in eight games as Wilson Ramos collected four RBIs off Justin Verlander over the first two innings of a 5-2 victory against the Astros. Ramos opened the scoring with a two-run double before his two-run single put Tampa Bay up 5-0. Matt Duffy provided two of his three hits over the first two frames.
     - Seattle's 6-4 victory against the Royals puts the Mariners within 1 1/2 games of the AL Central-leading Astros. Ryon Healy was 4-for-4 with a two-run homer and three RBIs as the M's won their sixth in a row. Felix Hernandez worked five innings and blanked Kansas City after Mike Moustakas (moos-TAH'-kahs) touched him for a three-run homer in the first.
     - The Athletics have a season-high, six-game winning streak after Edwin Jackson worked into the seventh inning of a 7-2 verdict over the Indians. Matt Olson, Dustin Fowler and Josh Phegley homered to help the A's win for the 12th time in 14 games. Jackson earned his first win with Oakland and helped the Athletics send the AL Central leaders to their fourth loss in five games.
     - The Angels erased a 2-1 deficit by scoring five times in the eighth inning of a 6-2 win at Baltimore. Albert Pujols knotted the score with his 632nd career double, tying David Ortiz for 10th place on the all-time list. The rally came after Orioles starter Andrew Cashner allowed one run over six innings.
     - Joey Gallo and Ryan Rua homered and Robinson Chirinos laced a three-run double that put the Rangers ahead to stay in a 13-4 mauling of the White Sox. Bartolo Colon worked into the sixth inning to earn his 245th career win, tying Dennis Martinez for the most by a pitcher from Latin America.
     - The Blue Jays dealt the Tigers their 11th straight loss as Justin Smoak led off the bottom of the ninth with a homer to complete Toronto's 4-3 victory. Randal Grichuk also homered in the Jays' 10th win in their last 11 home games.
     - Wil Myers homered, doubled and drove in three runs as the Padres downed the Pirates, 4-3. Joey Lucceshi threw five scoreless innings in San Diego's third win in 13 games.
     - Brian Anderson hit a two-run homer off Jacob deGrom and the Marlins climbed out of last place in the NL East by rallying past the new cellar-dwellers, 5-2 over the Mets. Anderson's blast tied the game before J.T. Riddle beat out a dribbler to score the lead run.

     BALTIMORE (AP) - Orioles reliever Darren O'Day has opted for season-ending surgery on his left hamstring. Manager Buck Showalter says the recovery time from the operation would be six months, compared to a 10- to 12-week absence if the right-hander attempted to rehabilitate the injury.
     The 35-year-old O'Day has struggled with injuries this season, missing a month with a hyperextended elbow before being sidelined for good with the hamstring issue on June 26.
     In other MLB news:
     - The Nationals activated right-hander Jeremy Hellickson from the 10-day disabled list and started him against Philadelphia on Saturday. Meanwhile, Washington third baseman Ryan Zimmerman has been transferred to the 60-day disabled list because of a strained right oblique that has kept him out since May 10.
     - The Indians say pitcher Danny Salazar will have exploratory surgery on his troublesome right shoulder Monday. There is no current timetable for the return of Salazar, who has been out all season.
     - The Rockies have sent opening-day starter Jon Gray to Triple-A Albuquerque. Gray was 7-7 with a 5.77 ERA over 17 starts this season, but has particularly struggled since May 13 while posting a 7.25 ERA in his last nine outings.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Montreal Canadiens have acquired right winger Joel Armia, goaltender Steve Mason and a pair of draft picks from the Winnipeg Jets for defense prospect Simon Bourque.
     Armia posted career highs of 12 goals, 17 assists and 29 points in 79 games last season, while Mason went 5-6-1 with a 3.24 goals-against average and a .906 save percentage in 13 games.
     Mason was immediately placed on buyout waivers, allowing him to become a free agent.
     The draft picks were a seventh-round selection in 2019 and a fourth-rounder in 2020.
     In other NHL news:
     - A person familiar with the deal says forward Logan Couture and the Sharks have worked out an eight-year, $64 million contract extension. Couture has one year left on his current package after registering 34 goals and 61 points in 78 games for San Jose last season.
     - Blues goalie Carter Hutton is expected to sign with the Sabres once the NHL's free-agency period opens Sunday. That's according to a person with direct knowledge of the discussions.
     - A person with direct knowledge of the move says the Red Wings have agreed to terms with defenseman Mike Green on a two-year, $10.75 million package. The 32-year-old had 25 assists and 33 points with a -14 in 66 games last season, averaging just over 22 minutes of ice time.
     - The Wild placed forward Tyler Ennis on unconditional waivers to buy out his contract and free up salary-cap space on the eve of free agency.
     - The Devils have re-signed backup goaltender Eddie Lack to a one-year, $650,000 contract. Lack has played in 144 NHL games for four teams, including Calgary and New Jersey last season.

     UNDATED (AP) - There will be no free agent market for Rockets guard Chris Paul or Thunder forward Paul George.
     Paul has decided to stay put with the team that finished last season with the NBA's best regular-season record, posting on Twitter that he has "Unfinished Business" in Houston. He averaged 18.6 points and 7.9 assists last season with the Rockets, who went 65-17 led by Paul and newly minted NBA MVP James Harden.
     ESPN reported Paul has accepted a four-year deal that will be worth $160 million.
     A person familiar with the situation says George is staying in Oklahoma City after averaging 21.9 points in his first season with the team. The deal further validates Oklahoma City's decision to send a package that included Most Improved Player Victor Oladipo to Indiana last year for George.
     In other NBA news:
     - The Atlanta Hawks have requested waivers on reserve guard Isaiah Taylor. Taylor signed to a two-year contract last October and started nine of his 67 games last season, averaging 6.6 points and 3.1 assists in 17.4 minutes.
     - The Phoenix Suns waived point guard Tyler Ulis, a day before his contract would have become guaranteed. The 5-foot-9 former Kentucky player averaged 7.8 points, 4.4 assists and 23.4 minutes in 71 games last season.

     Two-time French Open semifinalist Timea Bacsinszky has pulled out of Wimbledon because of an injured lower right leg. The All England Club says Bacsinszky will be replaced in the field by Mariana Duque-Marino of Colombia, who lost in the final round of qualifying to 2014 Wimbledon runner-up Eugenie Bouchard.



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