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for the catching positions or at some sharp fielding positio

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CHICAGO -- Brian McCann picked up where he left off before the All-Star break. Air Force One Danmark . McCann hit his third homer in as many games to put Atlanta ahead and Tim Hudson (7-7) earned his third straight win to give the NL East-leading Braves a 6-4 win over the Chicago White Sox on Friday night. After homers in his last two games before the break, McCann slammed his 13th homer in the sixth inning, a three-run shot that broke open a 2-2 game. McCann also homered in three straight games last season, from July 18 to 21. "Ive been feeling good for a while now," McCann said. "I think it takes every player in baseball four, five innings to get back into the swing of things when you take four or five days off. It was nice to get a win in the first game back." Hudson, meanwhile, shined in his third start after a 10-start winless streak. He pitched 7 1-3 innings, giving up four runs on eight hits while striking out four and walking two. Craig Kimbrell pitched the ninth for his 27th save in 29 outings. "Its been a while since Ive gotten a win here, about 15 years," Hudson said with a laugh. "I dont think I have a lot of games pitched here, but when I have pitched here it hasnt been too pretty at times. Its nice to finally get in the right column." White Sox starter John Danks (2-7) took his seventh loss in his last 10 starts. Danks pitched seven innings, allowing five runs on seven hits, including homers by McCann and Andrelton Simmons. He struck out four and walked none. Danks also uncorked a wild pitch before McCanns homer. "I wasnt quite as sharp as I wouldve liked," Danks said. Atlanta, which lost two of three before the All-Star break, snapped a five-game interleague losing streak to the White Sox. It was Chicagos eighth loss in its last 11 games, 22 of 31 and 32 of 45. The White Sox are 19 games under .500 for the first time since Sept. 27, 2007, when they were 70-89. Atlanta took a 2-0 lead in the third inning. Chris Johnson, who had three hits in the game, led off with a single and scored on Simmons ninth home run, to left field. Chicago tied the game in the bottom of the third. Gordon Beckham led off with a single, but was forced at second on a fielders choice to Josh Phegley. Alexei Ramirez singled, his first of three hits, advancing Phegley to second, and then Alex Rios followed with a two-run double deep to right-centre. White Sox manager Robin Ventura pulled Rios out of the game after the sixth because he felt his player didnt give full effort running to first in that double play. "We just expect more than that," Ventura said. "There is just expectations and we are not starting the second half off that way. It was simple, he will back in (Saturday). Tonight, thats what happens when you dont run." The Braves broke the game open with a three-run sixth. Joey Terdoslavich and Justin Upton both had singles and then advanced to second and third on a wild pitch by Danks. McCann then hit a two-out, 3-2 pitch for his 13th home run, giving the Braves a 5-2 lead. "I made a bad pitch. It kind of got to a point, for lack of a better way to put it, I ran out of things to throw to him," Danks said. Chicago scored two runs in the eighth to get within 5-4. Alejandro De Aza led off with walk and stole second and scored on Ramirezs RBI double to left. Jeff Keppingers bloop single to right scored Ramirez. The Braves added an insurance run in the ninth when Upton singled off White Sox reliever Matt Lindstrom, went to second on an infield out and scored on Johnsons single to right. "We got some timely hits, the three-run homer there, the two-run homer by Simmons that put us on the board and then that nice at-bat with Chris Johnson getting in that extra run in the ninth," Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said. NOTES: White Sox RHP Jake Peavy (6-4, 4.30) was activated off the disabled list before the game and will start Saturday against lefty Paul Maholm (9-8, 3.98). Peavy had been sidelined since June 5 with a rib he fractured June 4 at Seattle. ... Braves RF Jason Heyward remains out with a strained right hamstring he injured July 11 against the Reds. "Hes making a lot of progress," Gonzalez said. As for 1B Freddie Freeman, out with a jammed thumb since July 13, "Hopefully hes good tomorrow," Gonzalez said. ... Braves RHP Brandon Beachy made his third rehab start Friday at Triple-A Gwinnett (Ga.). Hes recovering from Tommy John surgery. ... White Sox RHP Jesse Crain threw on the sideline Friday and hopes to return from a strained right shoulder in about a week. Hes been on the DL since July 3. ... White Sox OF Dewayne Wise was returned to Triple-A Charlotte due to a strained right hamstring. The White Sox also signed INF Travis Ishikawa and assigned him to Charlotte. Nike Air Force 1 Low Dame .B. - Sebastien Auger made 44 saves as the Saint John Sea Dogs edged the visiting Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2-1 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Nike Air Max Plus Tn Ultra . Down by seven with 90 seconds left in regulation, thats where they looked comfortable. . Datsyuk will miss Tuesdays game against New Jersey and could be sidelined longer, while Cleary will likely miss at least the next three games. Its been an injury-plagued season for Datsyuk, who has suited up for just 39 games. There are two types of swagger: one is intrinsic, the other is put on. The fake kind is hollow and often irritating but the genuine article is beautiful and irresistible. The feigned kind of swagger is exposed sooner or later on a cricket ground, and doesnt last long.Mohammad Asif has lived a scandal-filled cricketing career and hit rock bottom in 2010 for being banned and jailed for spot-fixing. He has also been caught carrying illegal drugs at the Dubai Airport, has had a notorious and failed public affair with a TV actress, and has failed a dope test. Somehow, he is still a relevant cricketer with his swagger intact. It never went away.His physique as a fast bowler never made sense. He looks thin enough to be blown away by a poke. But he is strong, as all Gujjars tend to be. His presence in the ground can easily be felt; he strides like he is walking a tightrope. On Saturday, the first day of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy final, Asif was the last man to leave the dressing room for Water and Power Development Authoritys warm-up session before the toss, and walked straight to the pitch, which was topped with patches of green.By the end of the days play, he had figures of 18.1-4-29-4 as WAPDA bowled Habib Bank Limited out for 236. It took his seasons wicket haul to 19 in five matches, at an average of 18.63. Of the 127 overs he has bowled, 52 - or nearly 41% - have been maidens. He has made a massive impact on his team, leading a brittle attack, holding it together, winning games. Whether that is enough for Pakistan to pick him again remains to be seen; the selectors watched him keenly, but they retain a sense of reluctance about going back to him - given all his misdemeanours, their caution is probably reasonable.But Asifs bowling is capable of changing the most stubborn minds. He ripped through Habib Banks top order within no time, leaving them 19 for 3 by the time he had bowled three overs. In the seven overs of his opening spell, he conceded a mere eight runs. His second spell of five overs was wicketless, but he bowled three maidens and only conceded four runs. His rhythm was relentless.His run-up and follow-through were smooth as ever, stirring old memories of a master strategist. He didnt bowl at any great pace: he made Kamran Akmal stand up to the stumps even when he bowled with the new ball, but this was also because he wanted to push back Ahmed Shehzad, who was standing out of his crease in a bid to counter his movement.At one time, Habib Bank were reeling at 21 for 66, before Rameez Aziz and Fahim Ashraf rescued them with an 84-run stand for the seventh wicket. Air Max 97 Gold. A 99-run ninth-wicket partnership between Aziz and Abdur Rehman frustrated WAPDA further, before Asif returned to send back Aziz.I did well in previous games but since today was the final and it was also being live telecast, I was just enjoying, Asif said after the days play. I have a much-needed rhythm, and since it was a big match and only big player delivers on such occasions, I gave it all and am now hoping to make the second innings count as well.Asif posed a considerable threat in each of his four spells, and a powerful appeal against Aziz took you back to the past, low to the ground on bent knees with arms outstretched. There was no way to gauge his fitness, at 33, and say if he would be able to cope with international cricket, but he looked confident. I bowled seven straight overs with the new ball. In fact I bowled more overs than anyone else, 18.1 overs, he said. What else do you expect me to do to prove [my fitness]. If I wasnt fit I dont think I could have bowled those overs.I am doing what I am required to do; rest is in the hands of Allah and then the selectors. I am doing my best and I cant do more. So to me I am doing well. The basics are still the same, which I havent forgotten, and I am just applying myself with everything I have. I know I still have my space there and it is never taken by anyone and I am confident that I will soon be taking it back.Asif is playing his second day-night game with the pink ball. He wasnt too happy with the quality of the ball being used in the tournament, and said it becomes soft after about 15 overs and that dew was also an issue under lights.Its an experiment, but obviously we have to adopt it as this is the future for Test cricket, he said. The ball being used isnt the grade A quality and if you want bowlers to be groomed you need to have good balls.As a bowler its slightly difficult during the twilight because the ball is hard to spot against the background, especially when the sun is out along with the lights. So that transition period causes some problem for the fielders as well, especially for the catching positions or at some sharp fielding positions like point, where the ball is a little difficult to pick up. 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