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SAN FRANCISCO -- Drenched in all kinds of liquids poured out of a beat-up bucket that teammates conjured up in the clubhouse, Tom Koehler never felt better as a major league pitcher. Pinch hitter Marcell Ozunas two-run single gave Koehler his first victory in nine career starts, and the Miami Marlins rallied past the San Francisco Giants 2-1 Thursday night. "I smell like a bar," Koehler said. "Other than the day I met my wife, this is probably the happiest moment of my life. Definitely the happiest baseball moment." In his first career pinch-hit appearance, Ozunas line drive to right field in the eighth inning off reliever Jeremy Affeldt (1-3) ended Koehlers run of futility. After six appearances in the bullpen, Koehler (1-5) had been winless in seven starts this season -- and took the loss in his lone start last year -- for the worst team in the majors. He hugged Ozuna in the dugout following the hit that flipped the score. Koehler also had the game ball in his locker -- soon to be resting on the mantle in his "man cave" back home, he said -- that Steve Cishek handed to him after recording his 11th save in the ninth. The right-handers victory ended the third-longest winless streak to start a career in Marlins history, behind Marc Valdezs nine-start stretch from 1995-96 and Kevin Olsens 12-start streak from 2001-02, according to STATS. "It definitely didnt weigh on my confidence, but to say I didnt think about it would be a lie," Koehler said. "Every time I went out there I wanted to win the game. I was wondering what it would take to do it." Giants starter Chad Gaudin tossed 4 1-3 scoreless innings, but he left the game after taking a hard line drive off his right throwing elbow. The team said he had a bruised elbow. Far more concerning for the Giants was the status of centre fielder Angel Pagan, who was on a rehab assignment with Class-A San Jose. Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Pagan injured his leg running to first base and was carted off the field. Bochy said more information on Pagans injury would come Friday. One of the few good moments for San Francisco came when Joaquin Arias extended his hitting streak to 11 games with an RBI triple in the seventh. Koehler kept the Giants off the scoreboard otherwise. He didnt even allow a hit until Gregor Blancos one-out single in the sixth. He struck out three, walked three and allowed three hits. "He was really happy," Ozuna said. San Francisco seems to be hounded by unfortunate injuries of late. Gaudin took a line drive from Derek Dietrich off his elbow, fielded the ball and threw him out for the first out of the fifth inning. Gaudin grimaced as he paced around the mound, then he took a couple practice pitches before coming out. Gaudin gave up two hits and two walks while striking out one. He was making just his fourth start of the season since entering the rotation for the injured Ryan Vogelsong. "It didnt hit bone at all, just muscle," Gaudin said. "Its a little sore but there are no breaks or anything. It hurt. It hit square on top of the elbow. Its frustrating but something I cant control. Ill just deal with it." It also was the second straight game the Marlins had taken out an opposing pitcher. Arizonas Trevor Cahill left in the first inning after a line drive from Ozuna bruised his right hip in Miamis 3-1 loss Wednesday. The only blemish on Koehlers first victory came when Belt hit a two-out double in the seventh, sliding in safely when right fielder Giancarlo Stantons throw sailed wide. Arias followed with an RBI triple in the right-centre field gap. Sandy Rosario was taken out after 2 1-3 innings when he walked Justin Ruggiano leading off the eighth. Ozuna later lined a two-out, two-run single to right on an 0-2 count against Affeldt to give the Marlins the lead. The rookie had never pinch hit in the majors before. "Hes a pretty good pinch hitter," Marlins manager Mike Redmond quipped. NOTES: The Marlins have won eight in a row at AT&T Park since July 28, 2010. ... Giants 3B Pablo Sandoval, on the disabled list since June 9 with a strained left foot, will join Class-A San Jose on a rehab assignment Friday -- a day earlier than originally expected. He will likely join the Giants in Los Angeles on Monday. ... The Giants announced that Joseph Zito, the father of pitcher Barry Zito, died Wednesday in Van Nuys, Calif., at age 84. The cause of death was not disclosed. Zito, who said in a statement his fathers death "has presented me with a difficulty I could not predict," was the first pitcher on the field for batting practice Thursday. He will still make his next start Saturday. ... Ozuna, mired in a 1-for-20 slump, wasnt in the starting lineup off for the first time since being called up from Double-A Jacksonville on April 30. ... The Marlins send Ricky Nolasco (4-7, 3.61 ERA) to the mound Friday and the Giants counter with Tim Lincecum (4-7, 4.57 ERA). Swingman Jeff Hornacek Jersey . On June 12, just as the sun sets on the magnificent historical city of Sao Paulo the inventors, innovators and purveyors of “joga bonitowill” open their campaign. The opponent, Croatia and all its football might and will. As opposites do attract we are set for a corker of an opener. John Stockton Jazz Jersey . Bryant, who signed a five-year, $34 million contract as a free agent with Cleveland in March, reported symptoms on Monday morning, a team spokesman said. . Pedro scored from a pass by Lionel Messi in the 33rd minute and added two more goals in the 47th and 72nd after Valdes saved his second penalty in four days following his stop in Wednesdays 4-0 over Ajax in the Champions League. Pete Maravich Jersey . -- For the first time in two months, an opponent was standing up to Alabama. Swingman John Stockton Jersey . This should be celebrated because it will not always be this way. With the amount of money given to players by their clubs these days, it is a wonder that so many of those teams allow the sport to continue to take away many of their assets so they can play for a different team in the middle of their season.SEATTLE -- Chris Hansen is not going away in his pursuit of bringing the NBA back to Seattle. Hansen released a statement on his website on Monday afternoon, congratulating Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson on his efforts to keep the Kings in California, while also vowing to keep up his pursuit of getting the NBA back to Seattle. "Even as we are disappointed with the developments related to our efforts to purchase the Kings, we would just like to reiterate our dedication to bringing the NBA back to Seattle," Hansen wrote. "We will continue to press forward with our arena plans with the same commitment and effort we have over the last two years, and look forward to working with the City (of Seattle) and (King) County to see the project through the hurdles that remain. Likewise, we plan to continue to work with the league regarding opportunities that may arise to return an NBA franchise to our City." Hansens statement came less than a week after his attempts to purchase the Kings and move them to Seattle were denied by the NBA Board of Governors in Dallas. The leagues owners voted 22-8 to deny the move of the franchise to Seattle and the Maloof family struck a deal with lead Sacramento investor Vivek Ranadive a day later to sell the Kings and keep them in Sacramento by sellingg a 65 per cent controlling interest at a total franchise valuation of $535 million.dddddddddddd Hansens group -- that includes Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer -- had offered a purchase price based on a $625 million franchise valuation and a relocation fee of $115 million. "Given what our community went through in 2008, if there is any silver lining in this for Seattle it is seeing Sacramentos dedicated fan base successfully rally to keep the Kings," Hansen wrote. "This was never about Seattle fans versus Sacramento fans, and it goes unsaid that there is a mutual respect given the circumstances we have both been through." Fans of the league and supporters of Hansens efforts believed this was the best opportunity to bring the NBA back. Political and public support was at its peak since the messy departure of the Sonics for Oklahoma City following the 2008 season. Hansen made a point in his statement of thanking the political leaders that have stood behind his arena efforts and his pursuit of the Kings and thanked fans for displaying their desire to see the NBA return. From the start of the process, Hansen has pledged patience and reiterated that need. "When we began our efforts in 2011, we went into it knowing that above all else it would take patience," he wrote. Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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