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CLEVELAND -- Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco has been suspended six games and fined for throwing at Kansas Citys Billy Butler. Carrasco was ejected in the fourth inning of Friday nights game after he threw a ball at Butlers head. Carrasco had just given up a grand slam to Melky Cabrera and took out his frustration on Butler, who managed to avoid the rising fastball. The Indians said Monday that Carrasco will appeal his suspension and undisclosed fine and plans to start Wednesday night in Boston. "Its standard when that happens. Hes appealing and hes going to be able to pitch here," Cleveland manager Manny Acta said at Fenway Park before his teams scheduled game against the Red Sox. Carrasco said he was upset that Cabrera stood at home plate and admired his homer, but denied the pitch to Butler was intentional. http://www.hockeybluejacketsshop.com/White-Artem-Anisimov-Jersey/. Louis Cardinals losing streak was starting to get to him. http://www.hockeybluejacketsshop.com/White-Ryan-Johansen-Jersey/. -- The numbers could not be more even: Three wins apiece, 15 goals per team. http://www.hockeybluejacketsshop.com/White-Sergei-Bobrovsky-Jersey/. PETERSBURG, Fla. http://www.hockeybluejacketsshop.com/. Cory Conacher had two goals and an assist as the Sabres snapped a lengthy seven-game losing skid, emerging with a 3-1 victory over the Oilers in a battle between the teams with the worst records in the NHL. http://www.hockeybluejacketsshop.com/White-James-Wisniewski-Jersey/. Perhaps the biggest news of the game; the Jets scored both goals on the power play, the first time this season they scored two in a game. The Jets were in a power play slump with one goal in the last 15 games. "The power play was a big plus," said Coach Claude Noel post-game.DENVER -- Lindsey Vonn wont need surgery on her sore knees, just rest after a long season. Tests on Monday revealed some fraying of the meniscus in Vonns left knee, but no tear. The right knee turned out to be fine. Vonn was bothered by her aching knees during the season, but kept it quiet. She said Saturday after skiing out in the giant slalom aat the U.dddddddddddd. Championships that she didnt think her knees would be "too big of a deal." This was quite a season for Vonn, who compiled the most points ever by a female skier as she recaptured the overall World Cup crown. She was chasing Hermann Maiers record mark of 2,000 points, but finished just shy at 1,980. ' ' '

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