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SAN FRANCISCO -- The San Francisco Giants needed four innings to figure out Cleveland starter Zach McAllister. Hunter Pence hit a two-run single in San Franciscos four-run fifth, leading the Giants to a 5-3 victory over the Indians on Saturday. "That one inning, it just got contagious," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. McAllister (3-1) retired 12 in a row before Michael Morse led off the fifth with a single to centre. Morse advanced to third on Brandon Crawfords one-out single and scored on Gregor Blancos pinch-hit single that came on a first-pitch fastball. "Coming off the bench, its not that easy to do," Blanco said. "In that situation to get a pinch hit and drive one in ... you just got to be aggressive." Angel Pagan had a sacrifice fly before Pences two-out hit gave the Giants a 4-3 lead. McAllister left after Brandon Belt struck out to end the inning. He allowed five hits, struck out six and walked one after winning his previous three starts. Buster Posey added a solo homer in the sixth as San Francisco earned its third consecutive win. Posey, who won the NL MVP award in 2012, went 1 for 3 and is batting .103 (4 for 39) over his last 13 games. "I was happy for Buster," Bochy said. "You go through these tough streaks and its not easy." Giants starter Tim Lincecum lasted just 4 2-3 innings, but managed to lower his ERA to 5.96. He was charged with three runs, two earned, and nine hits. "We did a really good job of making (Lincecum) work," Cleveland manager Terry Francona said. "We just werent able to get that one more hit to tack on." Lincecum has pitched just 25 2-3 innings in five starts in his first season since he signed a $35 million, two-year contract over the winter. "I had my game plan. I just wasnt executing it," Lincecum said. "That kind of exacerbated the feeling of hopelessness, I guess. Well, not hopelessness, but just things arent going right. Fix that tomorrow." But San Francisco continued to get strong work from its bullpen. Juan Gutierrez (1-1), Jean Machi, Jeremy Affeldt and Sergio Romo combined for 4 1-3 hitless innings after Lincecum departed. Romo got three outs for his sixth save in six chances as San Franciscos bullpen lowered its MLB-best home ERA to 0.45 in 11 games. "Very impressive," Bochy said. "They won the game for us today with the job they did." Bochy went out of his way to praise Gutierrez for striking out Yan Gomes with the bases loaded to end the fifth inning. Michael Bourn, Nick Swisher and David Murphy had two hits apiece for Cleveland. Jason Kipnis drove in two runs. Cleveland scored in the first, third and fifth to build a 3-0 lead. Kipnis singled in Bourn in the first and drove in Swisher with a grounder in the third. Swisher doubled home Bourn in the fifth. Saturday marked the 257th straight regular-season sellout at AT&T Park, matching the National League record set by the Philadelphia Phillies from July 7, 2009 to Aug. 5, 2012. Up next on the MLB sellout streak list is the Indians, who sold out Jacobs Field 455 times from June 12, 1995 to April 2, 2001. NOTES: The Giants have now started off interleague play with two consecutive wins against the Indians after going 6-14 in 2013, the second-worst mark in MLB. ... McAllister registered his first career hit in the second inning with a single to right field. ... Giants Hall of Famer Willie Mays helped escort 3-year-old Cody Harrington to the mound to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. ... Right-handers Ryan Vogelsong (0-1, 7.71 ERA) of San Francisco and Danny Salazar (0-3, 7.85 ERA) of Cleveland enter Sundays series finale in search of their first win of the year. 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Jarrett Stidham Jersey .James scored 29 points, including 16 in the first quarter, and the Cleveland Cavaliers broke a four-game losing streak with a 106-74 win over the Orlando Magic on Monday night.TORONTO -- The Toronto Maple Leafs have placed defenceman John-Michael Liles on waivers as their opening-night roster begins to come into focus. Liles looked like the odd man out on the blue-line during the pre-season, something that became even more clear after Cody Franson signed. If hes not claimed by another NHL team, Liles could be assigned to the AHLs Toronto Marlies. The 32-year-old has a US$3.875-million salary-cap hit. If hes sent to the minors, $925,000 of that would come off the Leafs cap under the new collective bargaining agreement. Liles said after the Leafs pre-season finale Saturday night that he would just "hang out" while waiting for an update on his status. "Its management, its not something that you control as a player, whether its me, whether its one of the young guys," he. "Its the nature of the game were in and the business that were in." Liles acknowledged the spotlight was brighter in Toronto than in other places he has played. Still, he has tried not to let speculation bother him. "Youre still a professional and youre still doing a job and thats ultimately why were here," Liles said. "The business side is the business side, and my job is to take care of playing." Liles scored a goal and added a primary assist against the Detroit Red Wings in the Leafs final exhibition game. In addition to Liles, the Leafs put forwards Trevor Smith and Troy Bodie, defenceman T.J. Brennan and Korbinian Holzer and goaltender Drew MacIntyre on waivers with the intention of sending them to the AHL. They sent Jamie Devane, Jerry DAmigo, Andrew MacWilliam, Josh Leivo, Spencer Abbott, David Broll, Stuart Percy and Greg McKegg to the Marlies, leaving 22 players on the roster. One of those players is 19-year-old prospect Morgan Rielly, who could be one of seven defencemen on the opening-night roster. Rielly could play up to nine games in the NHL before Toronto burns a year of his entry-level contract. Coach Randy Carlyle was noncommittal when asked Saturday night about Rielly being ready to play at this level. "I think Morgan Riellys very close," Carlyle said. "To say that, unequivocally, hes ready to play in the NHL is a tough question to ask and a tougher question to answer at this point. We know hes played very well for our hockey club, hes a talented young man and hes only going to get better. Those are the tough decisions that youre faced with." Right-winger David Clarksons 10-game suspension, and enforcer Frazer McLarens broken finger make things tougher. The Leafs must be under the $64.3-million salary cap by the roster deadline of 5 p.m. Monday, and Clarksons $5.25-million hit will continue to count. If the Leafs stick with the 22 players currently on the roster, counting McLaren and Clarkson, right-winger Carter Ashton could be the final forward. Assuming Rielly sticks around, Toronto would open the season Tuesday in Montreal with 11 forwards and seeven defencemen in the lineup.dddddddddddd Rielly said Saturday night he "wont have any complaints" if sent back to junior, but he feels like hes ready to play in the NHL. "I feel like I am there, but thats up to the coaches if they want me to play this year or not," he said. "They have a goal to reach, which is to play in the playoffs again. Thats what they ultimately want." With teams needing to get their training camp rosters down to a maximum of 23 players by Monday afternoon, a number of NHL players found themselves placed on waivers Sunday. The players must now wait 24 hours to find out whether they have been claimed by another club or will be re-assigned Monday afternoon. NHL rosters must be set by 5 pm et Monday with all teams needing to get their payrolls under the $64.3-million salary cap. Other notable players on waivers from Canadian teams include Winnipegs Patrice Cormier and Edmontons Philip Larsen. The 23-year-old Cormier is on a one-year, $575,000 deal with the Jets. He has scored just one goal in 40 career NHL games with the Jets and Thrashers despite once being a highly-touted prospect and a key piece in the trade that sent Ilya Kovalchuk to the New Jersey Devils. Larsen, also 23, was acquired by the Oilers in the trade that sent captain Shawn Horcoff to the Dallas Stars. He scored two goals and three assists in 32 games with the Stars last season and has five goals and 19 assists in 95 career games, all with Dallas. He is currently in the second year of a two-year deal he signed with the Stars worth an average annual value of $1.025 million. Sundays waiver list is as follows: Calgary: Blair Jones, Derek Smith, Ben Street. Edmonton: Philip Larsen, Ryan Hamilton. Toronto: Korbinian Holzer, T.J. Brennan John-Michael Liles, Trevor Smith, Troy Bodie, Drew McIntyre. Winnipeg: Patrice Cormier, Adam Pardy. The Oilers also claimed Luke Gadzic from the Dallas Stars. Other waiver placements on Sunday include: Anaheim: Nolan Yonkman, Boston: Nick Johnson, Buffalo: Alexander Sulzer, Carolina: Chris Terry, Chicago: Ryan Stanton, Colorado: Guillaume Desbiens, Detroit: Cory Emmerton, Florida: Joey Crabb, Colby Robak, Los Angeles: Jeff Schultz, New Jersey: Cam Janssen, NY Islanders: Joe Finley, NY Rangers: Stu Bickel, Brandon Mashinter, Darroll Powe, Pittsburgh: Andrew Ebbett, Chris Conner, San Jose: Bracken Kearns, John McCarthy, Matt Pelech, Tampa Bay: Dana Tyrell, Mike Angelidis, Matt Taormina, Washington: Joel Rechlicz Additionally, first round picks Jonathan Drouin and Bo Horvat were returned to their junior teams by the Tampa Bay Lightning and Vancouver Canucks, respectively, while the Los Angeles Kings released goaltender Mathieu Garon from his professional tryout. All other players placed on waivers Saturday cleared on Sunday. - with Files from TSN.ca Staff ' ' '
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