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Topic - brad miller
The ace pitchers were out of the game, and the Seattle Mariners had the lead with two outs in the ninth inning.
Texas center fielder Leonys Martin wound up being the star of a battle of top pitchers.
Prince Fielder ended his Texas home run drought, and Robbie Ross finally got some help from the offense as a starter.
Felix Hernandez walked in from the bullpen and threw his first pitch to a standing ovation after warming up with Aloe Blacc's song "The Man" playing over the stadium speakers.
From the on-deck circle, Justin Smoak couldn't blame the Angels for walking Robinson Cano to load the bases in the third inning.
C.J. Wilson knows there's no sense in panicking two games into the Los Angeles Angels' season.
Robinson Cano doubled twice and drove in a run, and the Seattle Mariners rallied from three runs down in the ninth inning for an 8-7, 10-inning win over the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday night.
The arrival of Robinson Cano suddenly left Brad Miller in the midst of a competition.
Poisonous lizards are coming to Washington, and they're hailing disproportionately from Maryland, North Carolina and Texas.
An unaccredited film crew with cable giant HBO briefly shut down a House subcommittee hearing on Wednesday morning as Republicans and Democrats argued over whether to allow recording of the event.
The Minnesota Timberwolves were awfully busy on draft night. So busy, in fact, that it took the NBA until Friday afternoon to approve all the wheeling and dealing that was done by president of basketball operations David Kahn.
The Houston Rockets hired a Hall of Fame power forward to coach the team, then added more big men to play for him during Thursday night's NBA draft.
The Houston Rockets acquired point guard Jonny Flynn and Lithuanian big man Donatas Motiejunas in a trade with Minnesota during Thursday night's NBA draft and sent center Brad Miller and the 23rd pick to the Timberwolves.
Free agent center Brad Miller has agreed to a three-year, $15 million contract with the Houston Rockets.
"It was hit right at me. It kind of ran up on me," Miller said. "I threw it too high. I saw it was too high off the get-go. Everybody did their part but me. Everybody played their butts off. I've just got to make that play next time."
"I think he was able to get in on us and I guess kind of mix it up," Miller said. "We really just didn't string together our good at-bats often, but credit to him."