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Royals rookie Lopez loses perfect game, no-hit bid in 9th

Kansas City Royals rookie Jorge Lopez allowed a walk and a single to start the bottom of the ninth inning, ending his bid for a perfect game — and then a no-hitter — against the Minnesota Twins.

After retiring his first 24 batters, Lopez walked Max Kepler on a 3-1 pitch leading off the ninth Saturday night. Robbie Grossman followed with a clean single to center field, and Lopez was removed from the game after 110 pitches.

He was charged with one run in Kansas City's 4-1 victory.

A 25-year-old right-hander, Lopez was making his seventh big league start and fifth for the Royals since he was acquired from Milwaukee in the late-July trade that sent Mike Moustakas to the Brewers.

Lopez struck out four. The closest Minnesota came to a baserunner through eight innings was when right fielder Jorge Bonifacio raced back to the wall to grab Jorge Polanco's liner in the fourth.



Rose leads by 1 shot at BMW

Justin Rose could sense the sky getting a little darker, the wind a little cooler and more brisk. Every shot means so much this time of the year, and the last two holes Saturday at the BMW Championship might mean even more.

Rose saved par from an awkward stance with his golf ball in the thick grass on the slope of a bunker. Xander Schauffele left a long putt from the tightly mown collar on the 18th green 8 feet short, and his par putt from there caught the high side of the cup and spun away.

When the third round ended, Rose had a 6-under 64 — six birdies on the front, all pars on the back — for a one-shot lead over Schauffele and Rory McIlroy going into the final round at Aronimink, a course so soft from rain than the average score from 69 players over three rounds was 67.5

At stake is chance for Rose to reach No. 1 in the world for the first time with his third title in the Philadelphia area, including his U.S. Open at Merion five years ago.

Topeka native Gary Woodland rose stayed consistent, hitting his third straight round of 66 to move up one spot into a tie for 11th at 12-under 198. Woodland is just five shots back of Rose after birdieing on Nos. 4, 6, 9, 11 and 12 before hitting his lone bogey on the par-4 No. 13.


Serena falls to Osaka in controversial US Open final

That Naomi Osaka won her first Grand Slam title on Arthur Ashe Stadium is undisputed.

That Osaka defeated the icon of the sport by taking control of the match is also undisputed.

But what is in dispute was dispute itself.

Serena Williams, the six-time U.S. Open champion, was docked first a point, then a game for her second and third code violations in the second set Saturday night by chair umpire Carlos Ramos. She went on to lose to Osaka, 6-2, 6-4 on Saturday in a bizarre, argument-filled finish to what had been an enthralling match between a major up-and-comer and an all-time great.

When it was done, and the players were called to the trophy presentation, Osaka and Williams were in tears, but Williams hugged and comforted Osaka and then addressed the pro-Serena crowd.

“I know you guys were rooting but let’s make this a great moment. Let’s not boo. Let’s be positive,” Williams said. “Congratulations, Naomi. No more booing.”

The soft-spoken Osaka, just 20, found what few words she could in a very difficult moment.

“I know that everyone was cheering for her, I’m sorry it had to end like this,” said Osaka, who had beaten her idol and the player who had inspired here.


Rangers move Colon to pen for rest of season

Bartolo Colon has been told that he will pitch out of the bullpen rather than make his next start for the Texas Rangers, who instead will take a look at September call-up Adrian Sampson.

Sampson will start Tuesday against the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim, manager Jeff Banister said. Nothing is planned for that rotation spot beyond next week, but with the direction the Rangers are headed, it seems doubtful that Colon will start again.

“At his point, Bartolo will be in the bullpen for us,” Banister said. “We’re at a point right now where we have some players we’d like to take a look at that we haven’t seen tat this level.”


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