B1 Thursday, September 24, 2020 APPEAL-DEMOCRAT / B2 / B8 Scoreboard Comics Yuba College women continue philanthropic approach at Saylove monthly clean-up on Saturday All photos are courtesy By Jeff Larson email@example.com T he end of the month Saylove community clean-up will have a slightly different twist to it on Saturday with the addition of the Yuba College women’s soccer team coming to help clean-up Yuba-sutter. Yuba College women’s soccer coach Cristina Baggio said due to COVID protocols about half her team will participate on Saturday with Saylove beginning at 7:30 a.m. at Hope Point Nazarene Church in Yuba City. The event always begins at Hope Point and travels to a variety of areas in need of YC, B3 Please see, Editor’s Note: MLB: 2020 Angels sock Padres, 5-2; Yuba City’s Max Stassi gets day off able to watch live baseball from venues adjacent to MLB ballparks – might as well have been bellowing “M-V-P!” from their posts roughly 1,000 feet away, as they did in a later at-bat. Machado scored within moments on Eric Hosmer’s two-run homer, which gave the Padres a 2-0 lead. It was the 43rd time in 56 games that Machado had crossed home plate. He entered Wednesday’s game ranked among the top 10 in runs. It wasn’t enough to lift a Padres team that fears it lost starter Mike Clevinger, their big trade deadline acquisition, for the postseason. Clevinger pitched the first inning Wednesday but left the game because of biceps tightness that had caused him to skip his By Los Angeles Times Wednesday night baseball wrap Staff Report Before Shohei Ohtani, Justin Upton and Anthony Bemboom clubbed second-inning homers on the way to the Angels’ 5-2 victory Wednesday at Petco Park, Manny Machado gave the groups of San Diego Padres fans gathered on the rooftop decks of two high-rise buildings overlooking the stadium something to celebrate. The Padres third baseman clobbered a two-out double in the first inning, his hit glancing off the left-field wall to breathe life into an offense that was neutralized by the Angels’ maligned pitching staff a night earlier. The fans – among the fortunate few across the country Oakland 6, Dodgers 4 Top hitters: Winning pitcher: Ramon Laureano 2-4, HR, 3 RBI; Stephen Piscotty Jake Diekman (1-0) 2-4. Giants 7, Colorado 2 SF: Brandon Belt 3-3, 2B; Alex Dickerson 3-5, 2B C: Raimel Tapia 2-4, 2b Top hitters: Giants (28-27) lead the race for the eighth seed by a game. previous start. The Padres were awaiting MRI results after the game. The Angels (26-31), meanwhile, collected a sweep on the road, but didn’t move up any in the chase for the final playoff spot. Toronto’s win Wednesday cuts its magic number for the eighth seed to one, meaning any Blue Jays’ win or Angels loss secures Toronto’s first trip to the postseason since 2016. The Blue Jays (29-27) host the Yankees (32-24) on Thursday, while the Angels are off in preparation for their seasonending 3-game set against the Dodgers beginning Friday. PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER Pressreader.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW
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