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CHICAGO -- Alex Rodriguez finally got cheered. All he had to do was get hit by a pitch to quiet the jeers. Chris Sale allowed one run while outpitching Hiroki Kuroda into the eighth inning, and the Chicago White Sox beat the New York Yankees 3-2 on Tuesday night. In his second game back and a day after being hit with a long suspension, A-Rod reached base three times and again heard it from the crowd at U.S. Cellular Field. They continued to boo him nearly non-stop, pausing only when a pitch from Sale grazed his elbow near the belt in the third inning. Then, the fans let out a big roar. And that did not sit well with manager Joe Girardi. "Theres something wrong with that," he said. "I often think that it starts from the adults. And if it was their child, would they want them to be hit? Because the kids will only repeat what the adults do." If Rodriguez was bothered by it, he wasnt saying. He insisted he loves the Chicago fans, just as he did after they laid into him on Monday, and that he was more upset that he forgot to put on his elbow pad. "It was the weirdest thing," Rodriguez said. "Probably the first time in 2,000 at-bats. And walking up to the plate I said, Whatever you do, just dont get hit in the elbow. Second pitch I get hit in the elbow. I couldnt believe it. I love the fans in Chicago." Theyre certainly not showing him any in return. They let him hear it in his season debut on Monday, hours after Major League Baseball slapped him with a 211-game penalty for violating its drug agreement and labour contract, and it was more of the same on Tuesday. Rodriguez was the designated hitter this time after playing third in his first game after off-season hip surgery. At the plate, he followed up a 1-for-4 performance by going 1 for 2 with a single and walk in addition to being hit by a pitch. A-Rod was on deck when Alfonso Soriano struck out to end it with a runner on first, giving the Yankees their 13th loss in 19 games. White Sox closer Addison Reed allowed up a single to a pinch-hitter Ichiro Suzuki, who took second on defensive indifference and came around on Brett Gardners two-out single. But Reed finished for his 27th save in 32 chances. Adam Dunn singled and scored the tying run in the fourth, and Chicago took a 2-1 lead in the sixth when Paul Konerko beat the relay throw on a force to deep third, allowing Alexei Ramirez to score after he led off with a single. Doubles by Gordon Beckham and Alejandro De Aza in the seventh off Kuroda (10-7) made it a two-run game, sending the White Sox to their second straight win after dropping 10 in a row. "It feels good, especially coming off a win last night," Sale said. "Two means a streak. Hopefully, tomorrow brings some more good news and theyll be some loud music playing after the game." Victimized by poor run support this season, Sale (7-11) got the win after going 1-9 over his previous 11 starts. He allowed five hits and left with one out in the eighth after Rodriguez led off with a single and Robinson Cano lined out. Nathan Jones struck out Curtis Granderson and Lyle Overbay before the Yankees rallied against Reed. Kuroda took the loss after going 3-0 in his previous five starts. He gave up three runs and nine hits, but the Yankees came out flat again after getting pounded 8-1 on Monday. Theyre hoping Rodriguez can provide a spark and boost their fading playoff hopes, but hes coming off hip surgery and has a long suspension hanging over him after MLB lowered the hammer on Monday. "You keep working them and encouraging them and hopefully this will turn," Girardi said. "Hopefully offensively well start scoring more runs and things will turn." NOTES: The White Sox held LF Dayan Viciedo out of the lineup after he jammed his left thumb on Monday. Manager Robin Ventura said he was available as a pinch hitter and expected Viciedo back in the lineup on Wednesday. ... Yankees closer Mariano Rivera insisted hes still retiring at the end of the season and will not reconsider. ... Girardi said C Francisco Cervelli, who was suspended 50 games on Monday, had surgery to remove hardware from his right hand. ... RHP David Phelps will likely be out a few more weeks after sustaining a different strain in his pitching forearm than the one that landed him on the disabled list last month. And RHP Michael Pineda will be shut down for a week to 10 days after he left his start with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Friday because of shoulder stiffness. Dennis Cholowski Jersey . The 20-year-old Pelicans big man glanced up and smiled widely at the well-wishers -- a fitting end to a day he wont soon forget. 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Nine days before the opening ceremony, organizing committee chief Dmitry Chernyshenko said Wednesday that Sochi is "fully ready" and will deliver safe, friendly and well-run games that defy the grim reports that have overshadowed preparations.With the National Hockey League announcing Friday that its players will be heading to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, its time to start thinking about which players Canada will send to defend its gold medal in mens hockey. The selection of Canadas national team always makes for an intriguing debate and never moreso than right now as the team transitions from some of its long-standing veterans to a young core that began its foundation at the 2010 Vancouver Games. The 2010 team that captured gold on home soil was a mixture of decorated international veterans like Scott Niedermayer and Jarome Iginla, alongside an injection of highly skilled young players like Sidney Crosby and Jonathan Toews. So, which pieces of that team will return to the Olympic ice to defend the Maple Leaf? The most final line of defence is perhaps the hottest debate swirling ahead of the selection of Canadas 2014 team. A man that has recently been given his starters job back on his NHL club might just be the man to lead Canada into Sochi as Roberto Luongo has been tapped by TSNs panel to make the trip. After a years-long fight for playing time in the Vancouver crease with recently-traded tandem-mate Cory Schneider, Luongo is the right man to get the start according to TSN Hockey Insider Jamie McLennan. "Going into this season you know that hes going to be the starter for the Vancouver Canucks," McLennan said of Luongo. "Hes going to be in mid-season form come the Olympics. Lets not forget: He won last time, so he has the experience and the confidence to know what it takes to help Team Canada win." Joining Luongo in net for Canada is an Olympic newcomer in Montreal keeper Carey Price. While short on Olympic experience, Price will forever be remembered for standing on his head at the 2007 World Juniors to help Canada secure gold. Rounding out the crease crew is Chicago netminder Corey Crawford. Fresh off back-stopping the Hawks to a second Stanley Cup in four years, Crawford was believed by many to be a Conn Smythe Trophy front-runner before the award was eventually given to Patrick Kanee.dddddddddddd TSN tapped eight forwards to return for 2014, including Crosby, Toews, Eric Staal, Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry, Rick Nash, and Mike Richards. Returnee Patrice Bergeron was also included as one of the surplus forwards. TSN Hockey Analyst Dave Reid thinks that Bergeron will not be an extra piece for very long on Canadas final team. "Even though hes in the number-five spot at centre on that list, I think hes going to quickly move up to be a huge player for Team Canada," Reid said. "Hes fantastic on the draws, he can play on the power play, he can kill penalties and can play in every situation. "He is a player that will be utilized throughout this tournament in many ways that only the players and the people within the team understand." Another Olympic vet also made the cut, but it was a member of the 2006 team that was sent to Turin in Tampa Bay Lightning forward Martin St. Louis. Rounding out the forward corps are St. Louis Lightning line-mate Steven Stamkos, and Flyers captain Claude Giroux who would slot in on the top two lines. The third line brings a blend of familiarity and youth to Toews flanks with a pair of Olympic rookies: John Tavares and Patrick Sharp. Meanwhile, the fourth line sees Richards slide over to the wing to play alongside the Ducks duo of Getzlaf and Perry. Jamie Benn joins Bergeron as a forward depth option on the roster. The defence is anchored by a trio of returnees who have all been nominated for or won the Norris Trophy since the Vancouver games: Chicagos Duncan Keith, Los Angeles Kings rearguard Drew Doughty and Nashville captain Shea Weber. All three were under the radar a year prior to the selection of the Vancouver team and theyre joined by another Norris winner in Montreal blueliner P.K. Subban. Vancouver returnee Brent Seabrook earns another Olympic engagement on TSNs list, which is rounded out by a trio of offensive-minded blueliners including Pittsburghs Kris Letang, Rangers veteran Dan Girardi and young St. Louis blueliner Alex Pietrangelo. Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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