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A strong pitching performance helped the Winnipeg Goldeyes finish their east coast road trip on a winning note. Edgar Osuna went seven innings in his second start of the season, as the Goldeyes hung on to defeat the Rockland Boulders 4-3 on Saturday for their second straight series win. The Goldeyes got out to a quick 2-0 lead. Ray Sadlers double in the games opening inning drove home Tyler Graham to start the scoring. Winnipeg would score again in the second on a Fehlandt Lentini RBI base hit and for the second straight game, the Goldeyes took an early lead. Winnipeg scored twice more in the fourth inning off Boulders starter Marty Popham. Luis Alens second hit of the game brought home a run and the Goldeyes led by three. The next batter, Amos Ramon, just missed a three-run home run when his drive to leftfield stayed inside the ballpark at the warning track. It was plenty deep enough to score Lentini from third base on a sacrifice fly and Winnipeg went up 4-0. In the eighth, the Boulders would make things interesting. After scoring once in the inning, Steve Nyisztor hit a two-run home run off Chris Kissock, the third Winnipeg reliever of the frame. But, the Goldeyes would escape the eighth with a lead intact and Patrick Keating would lock down the win in the ninth for the save. Osuna picked up his first win as a member of the Goldeyes. He allowed only two hits while striking out five in his longest outing of the season. Popham took the loss for the Boulders to drop to 3-5 on the season. He settled in after a rough start and pitched eight innings, giving up four runs on eight hits. Following two off days, the Goldeyes return to action on Tuesday, July 23 when they begin a 10-day, 11-game homestand. First up for Winnipeg is the Sioux Falls Canaries with the first pitch on Tuesday is set for 7 p.m. Cheap Hockey Jerseys . Once again Jordan Cieciwa (@FitCityJordan) and I (@LynchOnSports) go head to head in our picks. 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"I wrote 36 on my sheet at the beginning of the game," the Cincinnati coach said, referring the yard line the ball would need to be snapped from. Cheap Adidas NHL Jerseys . The Celtics closed out their first preseason under Stevens on Wednesday night with a 101-97 victory over the Brooklyn Nets, who rested a lot of their lineup including former Celtics Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce. For 14 years now, weve asked you to rate your favorite team in the categories that matter most to fans, from championships to cheap seats. Then, based on your feedback, weve ranked every pro franchise. Whos No. 1 this time? The Tampa Bay Lightning, who learned that to build a fanbase from scratch, youve got to put in the work.For more information on how the Ultimate Standings were compiled, see below.Rankings: MLB | NBA | NFL | NHL?|?2015No. 1: Tampa Bay LightningLove -- offered and justified, frustrated or spurned -- has been at the heart of our Ultimate Standings for 14 years as weve used fan surveys and financial analysis to rank MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL teams by how they reward fans for the time, money and emotion they invest in them. So when Lightning captain Steven Stamkos answers a question about his teams fans, players and staff with You can feel that love -- well, that says it all about his teams place at the top.No. 2: San Antonio Spurs Last years champs, the Spurs, ranked first in the players category -- for the sixth year in a row. Thats in large part thanks to a No. 1 ranking in the category fans say is most important to them: players who always give their best effort. Almost across the board, the teams rankings are up from 2015 (theyre also No. 1 in coaching and ownership and rank no lower than 11th in any category), but the Lightnings conference finals run moved them ahead of the four-time Standings topper.No. 3: Carolina Panthers The Panthers are No. 1 in bang for the buck: They won more games than any team in the NFL last season while charging the ninth-lowest average ticket price in the league ($78.22).No. 4: Green Bay PackersNo. 5: Arizona CardinalsNo. 6: Nashville PredatorsNo. 7: Florida PanthersNo. 8: Dallas StarsNo. 9: Kansas City RoyalsNo. 10: Texas RangersNo. 11: Pittsburgh PenguinsNo. 12: Seattle SeahawksNo. 13: Cleveland CavaliersNo. 14: Memphis GrizzliesNo. 15: Baltimore OriolesNo. 16: St. Louis CardinalsNo. 17: New England PatriotsNo. 18: San Francisco Giants The Giants are known for AT&T Parks gorgeous view, so its no surprise that their stadium is second overall (behind only MLBs other famous waterfront property: Pittsburghs PNC Park). 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