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Astros: RHP Joe Smith went on the 10-day disabled list because of right elbow soreness, and LHP Reymin Guduan was recalled from Triple-A Fresno. The move on Smith was retroactive to Thursday. … SS Carlos Correa was out of the lineup a fourth straight day since leaving a game Wednesday because of soreness on his right side. He’s expected to be ready after Monday’s off day.
The teams finish the three-game series on Sunday, with Cleveland’s Corey Kluber (9-2, 1.96 ERA) facing Detroit’s Artie Lewicki (0-1, 3.86).Judge HR in 8th sends Yankees over slumping Mets 4-3
The video features comments from Clark, quarterback Joe http://www.eaglesauthenticofficial.com/YOUTH+MARKUS+WHEATON+JERSEY Montana and others, including photographer Walter Iooss, who captured the iconic image of Clark’s catch that appeared in Sports Illustrated.
It’s lucky to have one moment in your life like that, Iooss said. How many people in football have a moment that even resembles that? Dwight Clark does.
Clark, a 10th-round selection out of Clemson in the 1979 NFL Draft, had 506 catches, 6,750 yards and 48 touchdowns in his nine-year career. And he certainly recognized his role in The Catch, including a diagram of the play, Sprint Right Option, as part of his autograph.
Angels: Rookie infielder Kaleb Cowart also went to the DL with a sprained left ankle. He was hurt when he missed a step off the team bus upon arrival in Minnesota after an overnight flight. Cowart was called up to replace Simmons, who sprained his right ankle on Tuesday when he slipped walking down the dugout stairs.
Twins: First baseman Joe Mauer has plateaued in his recovery from concussion-like symptoms, missing his 20th straight game. Molitor said the team hasn’t reached the point where a decision would be made about sending Mauer on a rehab assignment or not.