#1 11-inning loss to the Oakland As.T von mary123 26.08.2019 08:33

Max Verstappen set the fastest time in the final practice session for the Mexican Grand Prix as traffic and tyre conditioning made a big impact on the order.Verstappen got a relatively clean lap on the super-soft tyres to set a 1:19.137, just 0.094s clear of Hamilton, whose first attempt was ruined by yellow flags for Romain Grosjeans spinning Haas. Daniel Ricciardo was third fastest and 0.233s off his teammate, but his best lap was ruined by a slow moving Kevin Magnussen in the final sector.Nico Rosberg was fourth fastest and 0.481s off Verstappens pace, but, again, his best lap was ruined on the entry to the stadium section as Romain Grosjean focused on the settings on his steering wheel rather than the cars around him. Valtteri Bottas set his time earlier in the session and a clear track meant his Williams was just 0.674s off Verstappens benchmark.Sebastian Vettel set the second fastest first sector of all, just 0.071s off Verstappen, but traffic on the entry to the stadium section ruined his quick lap as well. Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen also lost time in the middle and final sectors to finish seventh fastest overall and 0.857s off Verstappen. Felipe Massa was eighth fastest after setting his time earlier than the rest on a relatively clear track.A lot of the traffic issues were caused by drivers trying to bring their super-soft tyres up to temperature slowly. The cold conditions and low-grip tarmac mean graining can occur if drivers push too hard on their out laps, and for some teams the optimum strategy is to do two warm-up laps ahead of a quick lap. The result of the chaotic final 10 minutes of FP3 is that the competitive order remains a mystery ahead of qualifying, with Mercedes qualifying dominance potentially under threat. The mixed order could be good news for Hamilton, however, who needs Mercedes teammate Rosberg to slip up at one of the remaining rounds in order to keep his championship chances alive.Nico Hulkenberg failed to follow up on his impressive FP2 pace on the soft tyre by only improving by 0.25s on the super-soft. He finished in ninth ahead of Carlos Sainz in tenth and the second Force India of Sergio Perez in 11th. Daniil Kvyat was 12th ahead of the McLaren of Fernando Alonso, Jolyon Palmers Renault and the second McLaren of Jenson Button.Marcus Ericsson managed to haul his Sauber up to 16th, over a second quicker than teammate Felipe Nasr in last, and ahead of the Haas of Esteban Gutierrez in 17th. 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He will return to Safeco Field for the first time since June 2012, when he was a part of the soon-to-be-anointed-champion San Francisco Giants rotation.These days, Lincecum (2-5, 8.49 ERA) is a fading star who might not get many more chances to prolong his career. He has been hit hard since making a successful Angels debut on June 18, and he struggled so badly with his command the last time out that he issued six walks in five innings.Despite the growing sentiment that his career is on the verge of finally being over, Lincecum told the Los Angeles Times this week that he has moments when he thinks: Hey, theres promise. Theres potential. Its still in there.While Lincecum is clearly on the back end of his once-proud career, there is a chance he is not the only fading star who will be on the mound Friday night.Hernandez (5-4, 3.46 ERA) has shown plenty of signs that he is not the dominant pitcher he once was. His fastball has lost a few ticks, from the mid- to low-90s, and he has gone past the seventh inning only once in his past eight starts. A recent disabled-list stint with a strained calf cost Hernandez a month and a half. He is still one of the better pitchers in the American League, but Hernandez has a long way to return to his perch as an annual Cy Young contender.This would have been an incredible pitching matchup iin, say, 2011.dddddddddddd These days, it is not quite as significant.Still, in a battle of two teams that are quickly falling out of postseason contention, the long-overdue matchup of Lincecum and Hernandez is about as intriguing as it gets.The Angels (49-59) havent been in contention since April, and the long season is starting to take its toll. Star center fielder Mike Trout was out of the starting Thursday while feeling the effects of illness, and it is unclear whether he will be back in the lineup for Fridays game. He entered as a sub and went 0-for-1 with a walk in the Angels 8-6, 11-inning loss to the Oakland As.Theres no doubt that we have to look at some point to get the guys that are grinding every day off of their feet at some point, manager Mike Scioscia said Thursday.Seattle has its own set of health problems, with an overworked bullpen that lost another piece in veteran Steve Cishek on Thursday. Cishek was the Mariners closer until Monday night, when he served up the game-winning homer less than 24 hours after blowing his sixth save of the season. Cishek was placed on the disabled list Thursday with a hip injury that may well linger through the remainder of the season.Cishek said before Thursdays game that he pitched through the injury for a while, adding that it started to affect his location.It just got to a point where the surrounding muscles were taking the brunt of it, he said, and I was really having a hard time getting through my delivery.The Mariners could have used Cishek on Thursday night, when they needed all five available relievers to get through a 3-2, 11-inning loss to the Boston Red Sox. Fill-in closer Edwin Diaz, having earned saves on back-to-back nights, got the night off. ' ' '

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