Mick­el­son de­feats Woods amid glitches

Daily Press (Sunday) - - Sports - By Joe Reedy The As­so­ci­ated Press

The Seibu Lions will be­gin the post­ing process for LHP Yu­sei Kikuchi on Dec. 3 so that he can ne­go­ti­ate with teams in Ma­jor League Base­ball. The post­ing pe­riod be­gins Dec. 5, and Kikuchi will have 30 days to sign a con­tract with a ma­jor league team. Kikuchi, 27, has a 73-46 ca­reer record with a 2.77 ERA in Nip­pon Pro­fes­sional Base­ball.


that tem­po­rar­ily im­pacted user ac­cess to The Match. We’ve taken a num­ber of It re­mains to be seen if steps to re­solve the mat­ter, pay-per-view golf has a fuwith our main pri­or­ity be­ture, but Fri­day’s sup­posed ing the de­liv­ery of con­tent de­but had plenty of is­sues. to those that have pur

Phil Mick­el­son beat Tichased the PPV event,” ger Woods in over­time FriTu r n e r spokes­woman UCF ju­nior QB McKen­zie The sec­ond leg day in their $9 mil­lion Tareia Wil­liams said in an Mil­ton un­der­went suc­ces­sof the Copa Lib­er­ta­dores pay-per-view match in Las emailed state­ment. ful surgery on his right fi­nal was post­poned to Ve­gas, which ended up free Only 700 in­vited guests knee af­ter suf­fer­ing what Sun­day af­ter Boca Ju­niors for many view­ers be­cause of were al­lowed to watch the Knights coach Josh He­u­pel play­ers were in­jured when tech­ni­cal prob­lems. event at Shadow Creek. The called a “trau­matic” in­jury their bus was at­tacked by Mick­el­son won on the match was billed as a dur­ing Fri­day’s win over River Plate fans in Buenos 22nd hole, mak­ing a 4-foot chance for view­ers to watch South Flor­ida. Mil­ton’s faAires, Ar­gentina. ... Dele birdie putt on a spe­cially set an un­tra­di­tional golf broad­ther told ESPN that the Alli, Harry Kane and Son up 93-yard, par-3 hole. The cast as both golfers and surgery sta­bi­lized the knee He­ung-min scored as Tot­match at Shadow Creek their cad­dies were mic’d and dealt with undis­closedup.ten­ham­beat­Chelsea3-1atGolfClubfin­ishe­dun­der

“in­ter­nal is­sues.” Wem­b­ley Sta­dium in Lon­flood­lights. It also fea­tured live odds don. Mick­el­son said to Woods from MGM re­sorts, and a

It was the first English af­ter the match: “Just know drone was used for live Pre­mier League loss of the I will never let you live that shots. sea­son for Chelsea, which down. It’s not the Masters The most re­veal­ing moslipped to fourth in the or the U.S. Open, but it is ment on the front nine stand­ings. ... Ous­mane nice to have a lit­tle some­hap­pened af­ter Woods Dem­bele scored in the 90th thing on you.” missed a 4-foot, short par minute as Barcelona salWoods said he en­joyed putt on the sec­ond hole to vaged a 1-1 draw with host the match, even if he was on give Mick­el­son an early Atletico Madrid and ex­the los­ing end. ad­van­tage. tended its un­beaten streak “You couldn’t have made “I was half a sec­ond from against Atletico to 17 in La this event any bet­ter than it giv­ing him that putt beLiga matches. Barca also was,” he said. “It was back cause he al­ways makes main­tained its lead in the and forth and very com­petithose,” Mick­el­son said to his sea­son stand­ings, one point tive on a golf course that brother, Tim, who was his clear of Atletico. ... Criswas play­ing on the tricky cad­die. tiano Ron­aldo scored and side.” Mick­el­son was 1 up had an as­sist to help The match made for through the front nine beJu­ven­tus ex­tend its un­some com­pelling golf at fore Woods seized the lead beaten Serie A start to 13 times, if only most peo­ple with birdies on the par-4 matches with a 2-0 win would have been able to see 11th and 12th holes. Mick­elover pro­moted Spal in it. son then squared it with a Turin, Italy. ... Paris Sain­tTech­ni­cal dif­fi­cul­ties birdie on the par-3 13th and Ger­main im­proved to 14-0 marred the event, which re­took the lead when in Ligue 1 matches with a was billed as golf ’s first Woods bo­geyed the par-4 1-0 vic­tory over Toulouse pay-per-view broad­cast. 15th.

1-0 in Paris. Some view­ers were unWoods tied it with a able to view it on their birdie from the fringe of the tele­vi­sions af­ter pay­ing green on the par-3 17th. $19.95. Turner and Bleacher Both birdied the par-5 18th Re­port rep­re­sen­ta­tives sent and then parred the first out links on so­cial me­dia play­off hole be­fore it went al­low­ing peo­ple to view it to the par-3 ex­tra hole — for free on their com­put­ers which was pitch shots off and mo­bile de­vices. the prac­tice putting green —

There were more than that they kept play­ing un­til 500 peo­ple on hold on­line there was a win­ner. wait­ing for as­sis­tance durAfter he birdied the 17th, ing one point. Woods said to cad­die Joe

“We ex­pe­ri­enced some LaCava, “Just like old times, tech­ni­cal is­sues on B/R Live buddy.”


Thomas Pi­eters and Thomas Detry shot a 9un­der 63 in four­balls to give Bel­gium a five-stroke lead af­ter three rounds at the World Cup in Mel­bourne, Aus­tralia. Bel­gium reached 19-un­der 197. Mex­ico (Abra­ham Ancer, Roberto Diaz), Italy (An­drea Pa­van, Re­nato Para­tore) and South Ko­rea (Byeong Hun An, Si Woo Kim) were tied for sec­ond. ... Aaron Rai shot a third-round 2-un­der 68 to ex­tend his lead from four to six strokes at the Hong Kong Open. Rai reached 16-un­der 194 at the Euro­pean Tour’s sea­son opener. Fel­low Brits Matthew Fitz­patrick (68) and Tommy Fleet­wood (66) were tied for sec­ond.


Hall of Fame tight end and for­mer Bears and Saints coach Mike Ditka, 79, had a pace­maker in­serted af­ter suf­fer­ing a mild heart at­tack Wed­nes­day in Flor­ida, and is ex­pected to be re­leased from the hos­pi­tal soon, ESPN re­ported. ... The Pack­ers placed LB Nick Perry on in­jured re­serve with a knee in­jury. Perry fin­ished his sea­son with 24 tack­les and 11⁄

2 sacks. ... The league fined


Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill $10,026 for taunt­ing dur­ing Mon­day night’s loss to the Rams.

Max Franz of Aus­tria won the sea­sonopen­ing World Cup down­hill in Lake Louise, Al­berta. ... Fed­er­ica Brignone of Italy won a World Cup gi­ant slalom race in Killing­ton, Vt., while Olympic champ Mikaela Shiffrin fin­ished fourth.



Ni­co­las Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Her­bert beat Croa­tia’s Ivan Dodig and Mate Pavic 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (7-3) to keep France’s hopes for a re­peat ti­tle alive at the Davis Cup fi­nal in Lille, France. Croa­tia leads France 2-1 ahead of Sun­day’s de­ci­sive re­verse sin­gles.


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