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WINNIPEG - Winnipeg Goldeyes manager Rick Forney announced today the acquisition of veteran outfielder Ray Sadler from the Kansa

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WINNIPEG - Winnipeg Goldeyes manager Rick Forney announced today the acquisition of veteran outfielder Ray Sadler from the Kansas City T-Bones in exchange for a player to be named later. Daniel Norris Tigers Jersey . Sadler, 32, is in his 14th professional season and has played the last four seasons with Kansas City. In 41 games with the T-Bones this season, he hit .218 with 10 home runs, 22 RBI and eight stolen bases on nine attempts. He has a .295 batting average in 323 games at the independent level, along with 71 home runs and 268 RBI. He has hit 20 or more home runs in each of the last three seasons. Selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 30th round of the 1999 MLB Amateur Draft, Sadler reached the Major Leagues with the Pittsburgh Pirates for three games in 2005. His first hit in the Majors was a home run against the San Francisco Giants. His professional resume includes parts of eight seasons at Double-A and four seasons at Triple-A. The Goldeyes have also released left-handed pitcher Aaron Correa and outfielder Leonard Davis, who has elected to retire from professional baseball. Winnipeg now has 21 players on their active roster, including 10 pitchers and 11 position players. The Goldeyes begin an eight-game homestand tonight with the first of four games against the St. Paul Saints. Ian Kinsler Tigers Jersey . Sure, Josh Browns 45-yard field goal on the third drive of overtime lifted the New York Giants to a 23-20 win over Detroit on Sunday. But the Lions (7-8) dropped themselves out of the NFC North race by losing five of their last six games, blowing fourth-quarter leads in each setback. Kirk Gibson Tigers Jersey .S. Olympic hockey management team have been making what he called "ghost rosters" since August. http://www.baseballtigersproshop.com/jordan-zimmermann-tigers-jersey/ . 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Game 1 against the two-time defending NBA champions is Sunday in Indianapolis. "We just keep a bubble," said Hibbert, whose off-and-on disappearing act was one of the more baffling late-season developments. "We dont try to let our emotions show too much. Sometimes it does. But we stuck together." Indiana took Miami to seven games a year ago. If the Pacers spread the wealth the way they did against the Wizards, LeBron James and the Heat could be in for a tough series. On Thursday, it was Wests turn. He went 13 for 26 from the field -- a career playoff-high in shot attempts. His pair of jumpers, including a tough fade-away, started a game-ending 20-6 run after Bradley Beals 3-pointer gave the Wizards a one-point lead with 8 1/2 minutes to play. "When David West has that look, when hes assertive and he demands the ball, I know were in good hands," said George, who was just 4 for 11 and scored 12 points. "Hes never failed us when hes given us that look and hes told us in the huddles, Get me the ball." Marcin Gortat scored 19 points, and John Wall had 12 points and nine assists for the Wizards, who ended their best playoff run in decades. Washington won a playoff series for the first time since 2005 and a second-round game for the first time since 1982. The Wizards were ultimately undone by an inability to win at home, going just 1-4 aat the Verizon Center and 5-1 on the road in the playoffs. Al Kaline Jersey. The future looks bright, however, with youngsters Wall and Beal manning the backcourt. "Nobody expected us to be here," Wall said. "I think a lot of teams respect us now. We definitely made Indiana earn it." They appeared to have a fix on the home-court demons when Beal stole a rebound from Hibbert, then hit the 3-pointer that put the Wizards up 74-73. But that was Washingtons only lead of the second half. The Wizards went five minutes without a point, including a span of three turnovers in four possessions, and scored only two field goals the rest of the way. "We spent so much energy trying to just make that comeback," Beal said, "we just ended up being dead at the end." The Pacers were 33-7 on Jan. 20 before limping to the finish, barely holding on to the conferences No. 1 seed. Things didnt look much better when they were pushed to seven games in the first round by eighth-seeded Atlanta, or when they lost Game 1 at home to the Wizards. Then after winning three in a row, there was the embarrassing Game 5, when Indy lost by 23 and was outrebound 62-23. "Nobody was happy about it," Indiana coach Frank Vogel said. "And they came out and played angry." The Wizards had to reschedule a Lady Gaga concert to host the game, upsetting the singers fans and prompting an apology from team owner Ted Leonsis. 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