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PHOENIX - Esmil Rogers dominant, one hit performance over six and a third innings was overshadowed by Edwin Encarnacions personal milestone in the Blue Jays 4-1 win over the Diamondbacks. Encarnacions two run home run in the ninth inning was his 35th of the season, marking a second consecutive year with at least that many, vaulting him into elite Blue Jays company. Only Carlos Delgado (1998-01); Jose Bautista (2010-11); Shawn Green (1998-99) and Fred McGriff (1989-90) had achieved the feat. “When you retire, when you dont be anymore in the game, you want to be remembered,” said Encarnacion. “It makes me feel good and all my family too.” The home run also sent Encarnacion over the 100-RBI mark, also for the second-straight season. “You know, Eddies not just a slugger,” said manager John Gibbons. “Eddie comes up there with a plan. Hes really a student of hitting. He spends a lot of time in that video room watching the pitchers.” Give credit to Encarnacion for some of Brett Lawries success in August (.346/.397/.495.) Lawrie tagged along for many of Encarnacions video sessions, Encarnacion helping Lawrie to identify pitchers tendencies and how they were trying to get the youngster out. “He doesnt say a whole lot, Eddie just keeps to himself but hes really a student of hitting,” said Gibbons. ROMERO RETURNS The Triple-A Buffalo Bisons concluded their International League season on Monday, paving the way for the Blue Jays to take advantage of Septembers expanded rosters. The club announced pitchers Ricky Romero, Kyle Drabek, Luis Perez and Jeremy Jeffress, along with catcher Mike Nickeas, would arrive in Phoenix before the end of the series with the Diamondbacks. Manager John Gibbons is in the process of determining each of the pitchers roles and wont guarantee Romero or Drabek a start. “Cecils still a little bit tender,” said Gibbons of Cecils pitching shoulder. “[Darren Oliver]s been coming off the stiff back so weve been a little bit beat up down (in the bullpen.”) Corresponding roster moves, to create space on the 40-man roster, will be announced on Tuesday. Its safe to assume that Melky Cabrera will be transferred to the 60-day disabled list. Josh Johnson, who isnt throwing due to a forearm strain, is another candidate for the 60-day DL. Assuming those two moves are made, the Jays would have to select a player to designate for assignment. BAUTISTA GETTING CHECKED Jose Bautista was in New York City on Monday, visiting orthopedic surgeon and hip specialist Dr. Bryan Kelly, for further medical evaluation on his injured left hip. The slugger has been on the disabled list since August 21 with a bone bruise. Bautista would be eligible to return in time for this weekends series in Minnesota, although it remains unclear when – if – he will back this season. “Well have a better idea in the next couple of days after he sees that doctor,” said manager John Gibbons. “We still have a month left but once he gets cleared to go hes got to build up some baseball stuff again.” NUMBERS GAME Sometimes the numbers just match up. Mondays starters had a lot in common when the day started. The Blue Jays Esmil Rogers, who wears jersey number 32, was 3-7 with a 5.03 ERA. Arizonas Brandon McCarthy wears number 32 on his Diamondbacks jersey. He, too, had a 5.03 ERA entering play. Also, like Rogers, McCarthy had three wins (his record was 3-8.) Cheap NFL Jerseys Fast Shipping . 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Felton was in court as the Manhattan district attorneys office outlined the agreement, which would resolve a gun case that arose amid the breakup of his marriage. Hes expected to admit June 30 to at least one charge, attempted criminal possession of a weapon -- he wont have to come to court to do so -- and get a $5,000 fine and 500 hours of community service.Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at Hi Kerry, Between overtime and the shootout of the Coyotes/Sharks game on Nov. 22, Antoine Vermette of the Coyotes came out on the ice and dragged his skate a long way across the ice through the faceoff circle to the right of Devan Dubnyk during the shootout. This pulled up a pile of snow that he then spread around on the ice. I dont know if he was trying to create a groove in the ice that would affect the Sharks skating and shots during the shootout or if he was smoothing a rough spot to make things more predictable for his goalie during the shootout. He was the only player from either team on the ice at that point and the officials were huddled at centre ice seemingly unaware of what he was doing. Are players allowed to make deliberate modifications to the ice surface like this during a game? Chris Finan Chris: November 22 was the first night a new edict was put in place to dispense with the dry scrape of the entire ice surface prior to overtime. The change in procedure resulted from the momentum killing time delay once the Zamboni machines were utilized to dry scrape the entire ice. Instead, a typical shovel scrape is now implemented to remove excess snow from around the boards, the goal crease area and other areas of the ice. Teams still change ends during the overtime resulting in the long change but then revert back for the goalies to defend the net closest to their players bench. There is a policy to be enforced by the officials requiring that players are to remain at or in the immediate vicinity of their players bench prior to overtime and the shootout. The linesmen stand between the two benches and are primarily responsible for the enforcement of this policy. A player can be given permission to venture from the bench area in order to test an injury or a skate that might be defective or in need of sharpening. The purpose of this policy included the ability for the officials to keep potential player hostilities in check when necessary, provide for better optics during the brief rest period and to keep players on the bench that might decide to utilize the ice for a warm-up, thereby maintaining the integrity of the ice. In the early implementation of overtime, players that received minimal playing time would sometimes come onto the ice to stretch their legs and do a mini warm-up. Once a player or two from one time took to the ice their opponents followed suit. The worst offender was big Derek Boogaard, who came onto the ice from his players bench during this break period and performed multiple hard, tight turns in the neutral and end zone. Deeep ruts in the ice resulted as Derek utilized his heavy frame to grind his skates hard through each turn.dddddddddddd. Aside from the integrity of the ice that was compromised, the potential for player hostilities was ever present as you might expect. The officials filed reports of the incidents and the current policy was sent out in a directive to the teams and the officials. I know Antoine Vermette to be a very classy player to deal with. Hes not the kind of player the officials typically have a problem with. That being said, even if Vermette noticed a need for ice repair or that some snow had built up in the zone the Sharks had previously occupied and would now be defended Devan Dubnyk, its not the players responsibility to alter the ice. This is especially true if snow was dragged into his opponents shooting or approach lane. The linesmen should affect any necessary repairs and keep a close eye on any player that strays from the immediate vicinity of his players bench. Since footage is not available to the contrary, perhaps the linesmen did remove any excess snow that was moved by Vermette but we will have to rely on your account of the incident Chris. A minor penalty can be called against a goalkeeper for deliberately piling snow in his crease. When a referee detects an unreasonable amount of snow piled he will ask the goalie to remove it to avoid a minor penalty. There are times the referee will take it upon himself to remove excessive snow, usually located at the goal post area. He should first ask the goalkeepers permission since some are very superstitious and temperamental when anything is disturbed in the vicinity of their net. Hall of Fame goaltender Eddie Belfour was the most difficult to deal with in this regard. The Eagle would become quite hostile if a ref touched his water bottle (attempting to place it back in the sleeve/holder) or cleared snow from the post area. Prior to the shootout, both referees Kelly Sutherland and Dan OHalloran can be seen having a friendly discussion with Shane Doan and Logan Couture near the penalty box area. Once the shootout got underway there wasnt one Sharks player that lost or even mishandled the puck through the approach and shot. The only player to mishandle the puck was Mikkel Boedker of the Coyotes and that appeared to a result of his feet moving faster than his hands and not due to a lack of ice integrity. You do bring up a good point though Chris, now that the dry scrape is no longer in effect. The Officials, especially the linesmen, will have to remain diligent in keeping players close the bench and make sure that if any repairs or alterations to the ice are required they are completed by the building ice crew or the linesmen themselves. ' ' '
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