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ATLANTA -- Aaron Harang realizes his struggles in 2013 were a sign to some that
he no longer could be a winning pitcher. Through eight starts in 2014, Harang is
proving hes still on top of his game. Two days after his 36th birthday, Harang
pitched six strong innings and, backed by home runs from Evan Gattis and
Jason Heyward, led the Atlanta Braves to a 5-2 win and a three-game sweep of the
Chicago Cubs on Sunday. Harang (4-3) gave up two runs on six hits and two walks.
He had nine strikeouts. He is one win shy of matching his total in 26 starts
combined with Seattle and the Mets last year, and hes savoring his career
revival. "It means a lot, just to get back out here and prove that I can still
do this," Harang said. "I know there were probably a lot of people questioning
that after last year. Ive been pitching well and guys are playing well behind me
and were battling through games. Its been a lot of fun. Ive just got to keep it
going." Harang, who was 5-12 with a career-worst 5.40 ERA last year, has a 2.98
ERA this season. The right-hander has allowed more than two earned runs in only
one of his eight starts -- nine runs in a 9-3 loss at Miami on April 30.
Ryan Kalish, Chris Coghlan and Welington Castillo each struck out twice against
Harang. Overall, the Cubs finished with 14 strikeouts. "They have a young,
aggressive team over there and I think I was able to take a little advantage of
that, knowing how aggressive they are," Harang said. Gattis gave Atlanta a 3-2
lead with his homer off Edwin Jackson in the fourth inning. Heyward added to the
lead with his first home run since April 9, a two-run drive off James Russell in
the seventh that landed in the Braves bullpen beyond the right-field wall. "It
felt like it was longer than that," Heyward said of his power drought. "I keep
on showing up every day and trying to put up good at-bats and find good pitches
to hit. If you try and do too much, thats when you start to compound things."
Jackson (2-3) allowed three runs on six hits and two walks in six innings. "The
two balls I got hurt on were balls up and over the middle," he said. "Balls that
should be hit. Ive just got to do a better job of getting ahead in the count and
working down." David Carpenter pitched the ninth for his second save. B.J. Upton
made a sliding catch of Kalishs short fly in centre field to end it. Atlanta
closer Craig Kimbrel was rested after pitching two straight days. The NL
East-leading Braves have recovered from seven straight losses by winning four of
five. The Cubs, last in the NL Central, have dropped seven of eight. Ryan Doumit
had a run-scoring single and Andrelton Simmons drove in a run with a double to
give Atlanta a 2-0 lead in the second. The Cubs tied it in the fourth on
Nate Schierholtzs two-run double. The Braves quickly reclaimed the lead when
Gattis hit his eighth homer over the 380-foot sign in left field. Dan Uggla was
hit by a pitch from Russell as a pinch-hitter to lead off the seventh. Uggla
scored on Heywards third homer. NOTES: Jackson, who grew up in Georgia and lives
in Atlanta, is 0-3 in eight career games, including six starts, against the
Braves. ... Braves LF Justin Upton was held out after he sustained a bruised
lower back muscle when he was hit by a pitch from Jeff Samardzija on Saturday
night. Justin Upton said he hopes to play Monday in San Francisco. ... Atlanta
2B Tyler Pastornicky made his second consecutive start and was 0 for 4. ... The
Braves begin a six-game road trip at the Giants with RHP Gavin Floyd facing RHP
Tim Lincecum on Monday night. Lincecum beat the Braves on May 2. ... The Cubs
open a four-game series in St. Louis on Monday night when LHP Travis Wood faces
LHP Tyler Lyons.
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beat the Grand Rapids Griffins 3-1 in American Hockey League play Tuesday.
WINNIPEG -- Claude Noel thought his Winnipeg Jets got exactly what they deserved
in Thursdays loss to the Washington Capitals. Alex Ovechkin took advantage of a
Winnipeg turnover to beat Ondrej Pavelec from just inside the blue-line with
1:14 left in regulation as the Capitals downed the Jets 1-0. The play left
Winnipegs coach steaming. "Its a bad two points we gave that team," Noel said.
"We played the way Washington wanted to play. Thats the sad part. They lulled us
into this game that we thought we could be cute. "We wanted to play a sideways
game and not a north-south (game)." Michal Neuvirth made 26 saves in his first
shutout of the season for the Capitals (16-13-1). Pavelec stopped 27 shots in
taking the loss, which snapped the Jets five-game home winning streak. While
Noel said he was "extremely mad," he didnt point the finger at Andrew Ladd, who
turned the puck over to Nicklas Backstrom on the winner. Backstrom found
Marcus Johansson, who made a drop pass to Ovechkin. "It wasnt really necessarily
the turnover," Noel said. "We didnt play well. We played poor." Ovechkin, who
was booed every time he touched the puck, didnt have a shot on goal until late
in the second period. "We had some problems playing these guys," said Ovechkin,
whose team was coming off a 5-1 home loss to Philadelphia on Tuesday. "You feel
goood about yourself when you break through, especially after the last game we
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between the Southeast Division rivals. The Jets (14-13-4) beat Washington in
Winnipeg and lost on the road in overtime. Pavelec said the Jets need to forget
the loss and look ahead to their game Saturday at home against Anaheim. "It
happened. I made a mistake," said Pavelec, who made his 27th start this season.
"It was a pretty good game. Both teams could win. We could win the game. They
took advantage in the last minute and made a good play so they scored a goal.
"Tomorrows another day and Saturday is a big game again. Tough game, tough loss,
but it is what it is." Neuvirth was forced to make a number of big saves in the
first period as the Jets outshot the Capitals 14-7 and had the lone power play.
Winnipeg had two more power plays in the second, but only put one shot on
Neuvirth with the man advantage. Winnipeg ended up going 0-4 on the power play
and Washington was 0-2. Washington is now 4-4-0 under new head coach Dale Hunter
and plays in Colorado on Saturday. Notes: Jets forward Jim Slater was playing in
his 400th NHL game, all with the Winnipeg/Atlanta franchise. ... Ovechkin has
racked up 65 points in his career versus the Winnipeg/Atlanta franchise, more
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