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LOS ANGELES — Shifted into the designated hitter spot for Game 5 to help lessen the strain on his tight left calf, Justin Turner plans to be back at third base on Tuesday when the Dodgers host the Astros in Game 6 of the World Series.

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Both Turner and manager Dave Roberts said the decision to have Turner DH was an overly cautious one, noting that had Sunday’s game been played in a National League park, Turner would have been in the lineup regardless. Turner tweaked his calf one night earlier when struck by a ground ball.
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“The leg is fine,” Turner said on Monday, after the Dodgers traveled home to Los Angeles. “[We] just got together with the training staff and Dave … and they decided that DHing was probably the best way to go.”
Of more immediate concern for the Dodgers is finding a way to spark Turner’s bat. Since blasting a go-ahead home run in Game 1 of the Series, Turner has two hits (both doubles) in 19 plate appearances. He has scored three runs, but not driven in any in those four games as the team’s three-hole hitter.
Turner entered the Series on the heels of stellar showings in the NL Division Series (.462 batting average, five RBIs) and NL Championship Series (.333 batting average, seven RBIs). During Turner’s tenure in Los Angeles, the Dodgers are 11-3 in postseason games in which he tallies at least one RBI.
Turner insists, though, that he’s only looking forward, which became imperative for the entire club after a gut-wrenching 13-12 defeat on Sunday. Turner went 1-for-4 in the game.
“It’s easy. This is the World Series,” Turner said of moving past the disappointment of multiple leads lost. “As emotional of a roller coaster as that game was — and we know we didn’t get the result we wanted — the bottom line is we still get to play a World Series game tomorrow, so everyone is excited about that.”
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Justin Turner crushes a ball to right-center field that hits off the top of the wall for a double to lead off the 7th inning
Tuesday will be the first elimination game the 104-win Dodgers have faced this postseason.
“Obviously we want to be the last team standing on the field, win the last game of the season, and that’s the goal,” Turner said. “But you have literally the two best teams in baseball going at it. It’s the clash of the titans right now, and I don’t think there’s a single moment of this season that won’t be unforgettable.”
Jenifer Langosch has covered the Cardinals for MLB.com since 2012, and previously covered the Pirates from 2007-11. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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Stephen Curry is going to get fined for this.

The former MVP was frustrated, his team losing and thinking he was fouled by Mike Conley as he attacked the rim late in the Warriors loss in Memphis Saturday night. Curry threw his mouthpiece at the referee, which deservedly got him ejected instantly.

Durant followed him to the locker room, making a gesture that will earn him a fine as well.

The Warriors are 1-2 to start the season and there are a lot of factors at play. The China trip does this to teams, and throw in three straight trips to the Finals on top of it and it has an impact. The team is a little banged up. However, the biggest issue is their defense is a mess right now.

The Warriors will straighten it out eventually, but the start of the season could be a rough one for them.

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NEW YORK — Back in the Bronx, the big guys delivered.
Greeted by an array of “All Rise” signs in a ballpark that fits their style, Aaron Judge hit a three-run homer and made a pair of sparkling catches, leading CC Sabathia and the New York Yankees over the Houston Astros 8-1 Monday night and cutting their deficit to 2-1 in the AL Championship Series.

Todd Frazier hit a go-ahead, three-run homer into the short porch in right field in the second inning against Charlie Morton.
The 6-foot-7 Judge entered in a 4-for-31 (.129) post-season slump that included one home run, four RBIs and 19 strikeouts. The slugger capped a five-run fourth with a laser of a drive to left field off Will Harris and robbed Yuli Gurriel and Cameron Maybin of extra-base hits.
“You see a guy put his head basically through the wall and then dive,” Frazier said. “The ground is going to shake when he hits the ground.”
Sabathia, almost as big at 6-foot-6, allowed three hits over six scoreless innings for his first post-season win in five years. The Yankees stopped a seven-game ALCS losing streak dating to Sabathia’s victory over Texas in 2010 — when Judge had just started his freshman year at Fresno State.
After a pair of 2-1 losses in Houston, the Yankees led 8-0 after four innings.
“Just the energy, the fans,” Sabathia said. “We can kind of feed off their energy.”
New York improved to 4-0 at home this post-season. The Yankees were an AL-best 51-30 at home this season.
“We’re somewhat built for this ballpark,” manager Joe Girardi said.
Houston scored on a bases-loaded walk in the ninth before post-season star Jose Altuve grounded into a game-ending double play with the bases loaded.
Sonny Gray starts Game 4 for New York in the best-of-seven series on 11 days’ rest Wednesday against Lance McCullers Jr.
Frazier got the Yankees rolling, taking an awkward hack at a low, outside fastball and slicing an opposite-field drive over the right-field scoreboard.
“You don’t think it’s going, just because how unorthodox the swing was,” Frazier said.
Judge used his height and long left arm to make a leaping catch with his left shoulder slamming into the right-field wall against Gurriel starting the fourth.
Being a rookie, he politely waited outside the dugout for all the veterans to descend the steps after the third out — as he always does — then capped a five-run bottom half with a laser of a line drive that just cleared the left-field wall.
Then in the fifth, he sprinted into short right for a diving backhand catch on Maybin.
On the first chilly night of the autumn with a game-time temperature of 57, Sabathia relied on the sharp, slow slider that has helped revive the former flamethrower’s career.
Pitching with caution to Houston’s dangerous lineup, he walked four, struck out five and pitched shutout ball for the first time in 21 career post-season starts. During the regular season, he was 9-0 in 10 starts following Yankees’ losses.
“It’s weird, me being 37, smoke and mirrors, getting a shutout,” Sabathia said.
Adam Warren followed with two hitless innings, Dellin Betances walked his only two batters and Tommy Kahnle finished. Houston had four hits, leaving it with just 15 over the first three games, and is batting .169 in the matchup.
Morton was chased after 3 2/3 innings and allowed seven runs and six hits: three infield singles, a bloop single to centre, a double that Maybin allowed to fall in left and Frazier’s homer.
“”If you were to show me a video of the swing, show the pitch speed and the location, I would have never thought that,” Morton said. “That was unbelievable.”
A New Jersey native who grew up a Yankees fan, Frazier entered 7 for 18 against Morton with two home runs. With Frank Sinatra’s version of “Fly Me to the Moon” as his walk-up music, Frazier hit not-quite a moonshot, driving a pitch just 18 1/2 inches above the dirt 365 feet with pretty much just his left arm. That gave the Yankees their first lead of the series.
Frazier motioned to his family in the stands and looked at his left wrist.
“I’m pointing to them and saying: What time is it? It’s my time,” he said.
He remembers sitting in the seats at old Yankee Stadium watching Jim Leyritz’s 15th-inning home beat Seattle in the 1995 playoffs.
“It’s such a cool feeling,” Frazier said. “I wish everybody could feel basically what I’m going through.”
Houston loaded the bases with two outs in the third on a pair of two-out walks around Alex Bregman’s single. But Carlos Correa popped out on a fastball in on his fists.
“I know he likes to get his hands extended,” Sabathia said.
Sabathia raised both arms and pointed toward Judge after his catch in the fourth.
“I don’t know what got hurt worse, the wall or him,” plate umpire Gary Cederstrom was heard to say by one of Fox’s microphones.
New York broke open the game in the bottom half. Chase Headley hit a run-scoring infield single — ending an 0-for-28 slide by New York designated hitters in the post-season. Brett Gardner was hit on a leg by a pitch, loading the bases, and Harris came in and threw a wild pitch that allowed Frazier to come home from third.
“Judge did what Judge has done 50-plus times, which is hit the ball out of the ballpark when he gets a pitch to hit,” Astros manager A.J. Hinch said.
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Altuve made two fine stops on Did Gregorius, first a backhand stop on his third-inning grounder and then a shuffle pass to Harris covering first for the final out of the fourth after a hard grounder off first baseman Marwin Gonzalez’s glove.
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Girardi, booed by fans after failing to call for a replay in Game 2 of the Division Series, was cheered when introduced.
“It’s a reminder of how quickly things can change in your life,” he said.
TRAINER’S ROOM
Yankees: RHP Luis Severino is on track to pitch a Game 6. He was removed after four innings and 62 pitches in Game 2 because Girardi felt he was “underneath” the ball. Girardi said Severino did not need any tests and is OK.
Asked whether Severino was understanding, Girardi said: “I think two days later, yes, a little bit more.”
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Each week during the regular season, NHL.com has you covered with an overview of the fantasy forward landscape. With production trends, injury news and top 100 rankings based on performance and upside in standard Yahoo leagues, fantasy owners should use this information as a basis for roster decision-making.

 

FANTASY RANKINGS: Top 250 | Top 100 ‘F’ | C | LW | RW | Top 50 ‘D’ | Top 25 ‘G’

DRAFT GUIDES: Standard mock draft 2.0 | Keeper / dynasty | Hits | Faceoff wins

2017-18 PROJECTIONS: Forward points | D-man points | Goalie wins | Team previews

LISTS: Forward bargains | D-man bargains | Breakouts | Sleepers | Deep sleepers | Rookies

TRENDING UP

Evgeny Kuznetsov, C, WSH: Considering Kuznetsov finished 58th in Yahoo last season despite a big step back production-wise, his ceiling is extremely high on a line with Alex Ovechkin. Kuznetsov has assisted on all seven of Ovechkin’s goals through three games, with one coming on the power play. Kuznetsov is also playing on the first unit with Ovechkin, forwards Nicklas Backstrom and T.J. Oshie and defenseman John Carlson. The third wheel of Ovechkin and Kuznetsov’s line, rookie Jakub Vrana (LW/RW, 45 percent owned), has become a must-add player off the waiver wire.

Brandon Saad, LW, CHI: With constant exposure to center Jonathan Toews since returning to the Chicago Blackhawks, Saad has translated his strong even-strength scoring success to a first power-play role alongside Toews and Patrick Kane. Saad, who will turn 25 on Oct. 27, has four goals, two assists, and is plus-6 with one power-play point and 13 shots on goal through three games. Saad’s breakout season has finally arrived, and you can still get a piece of his production with his even-strength linemate Richard Panik (LW/RW, 41 percent owned) or power-play running mate Patrick Sharp (LW/RW, 33 percent).

Evander Kane, LW, BUF: Hopefully you prioritized Kane in drafts after he was moved to a line with Jack Eichel at even strength, because the forward has taken full advantage of an expanded role over his first three games under new coach Phil Housley. He has six points (four goals, two assists) with one PPP, and leads the NHL with 26 SOG. He’s in a contract year, has a history of strong category coverage in leagues that count hits and/or penalty minutes, and is taking his offensive game to a new level early.

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TRENDING DOWN

Vadim Shipachyov, C/LW, VGK: The Vegas Golden Knights have assigned Shipachyov to Chicago of the American Hockey League, but he has not reported to the team. Shipachyov has the potential to be the Golden Knights’ top-line center if he’s eventually recalled and, thus, is worth stashing in a deep fantasy league if you have room. That said, it’s fair game to drop Shipachyov in a standard format because of this roster dilemma. Cody Eakin (1 percent owned) is currently centering James Neal (three goals in two games) and David Perron (LW/RW, 19 percent owned).

Sam Reinhart, C/RW, BUF: As much as Kane has been a bright spot for the Sabres, they are reeling after a 6-2 loss to the New Jersey Devils at home Monday; they have started 0-2-1. Reinhart has skated as Buffalo’s third-line center and has been non-existent from a fantasy standpoint (no points, one SOG, minus-6 in three games), and the second line of Ryan O’Reilly and Kyle Okposo hasn’t been much better. Buffalo’s power play should at least bounce back eventually, but fantasy owners’ dreams of him playing with Eichel over a full season may not come true.

Conor Sheary, LW/RW, PIT: A rough two-game start for the Pittsburgh Penguins led to Sheary being moved off Sidney Crosby’s line in favor of Bryan Rust (RW, 6 percent owned). Rust already has four assists, and Sheary was minus-5 against the Blackhawks on Thursday and has been held without a point in his past two games. Sheary doesn’t play on the first power-play unit, so his floor could be low considering he was not productive without Crosby in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. If Rust sticks with Crosby for another game or two, fantasy owners may want to switch gears.

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1. Connor McDavid, C, EDM (SAME)
2. Sidney Crosby, C, PIT (SAME)
3. Auston Matthews, C, TOR (SAME)
4. Nikita Kucherov, RW, TBL (SAME)
5. Alex Ovechkin, LW, WSH (+2)
6. Patrick Kane, RW, CHI (SAME)
7. Jamie Benn, LW, DAL (-2)
8. Evgeni Malkin, C, PIT (SAME)
9. Vladimir Tarasenko, RW, STL (+1)
10. Brad Marchand, LW, BOS (-1)
11. Patrik Laine, RW, WPG (SAME)
12. Jack Eichel, C, BUF (SAME)
13. Tyler Seguin, C/RW, DAL (SAME)
14. Mark Scheifele, C, WPG (SAME)
15. Nicklas Backstrom, C, WSH (SAME)
16. John Tavares, C, NYI (SAME)
17. Leon Draisaitl, C/RW, EDM (SAME)
18. Steven Stamkos, C, TBL (SAME)
19. Phil Kessel, RW, PIT (+1)
20. Wayne Simmonds, RW, PHI (+7)
21. Evgeny Kuznetsov, C, WSH (+11)
22. Artemi Panarin, C/LW, CBJ (-3)
23. Blake Wheeler, RW, WPG (-1)
24. Mitchell Marner, C/RW, TOR (-1)
25. Johnny Gaudreau, LW, CGY (SAME)
26. David Pastrnak, RW, BOS (-2)
27. William Nylander, C/RW, TOR (+1)
28. Joe Pavelski, C/RW, SJS (-7)
29. Ryan Getzlaf, C, ANA (SAME)
30. Brandon Saad, LW, CHI (+23)
31. Filip Forsberg, LW, NSH (-5)
32. Max Pacioretty, LW, MTL (-2)
33. Patrice Bergeron, C, BOS (DTD)
34. Alexander Radulov, RW, DAL (-1)
35. Sean Monahan, C, CGY (SAME)
36. Claude Giroux, C, PHI (+1)
37. Ryan Johansen, C, NSH (-3)
38. Aleksander Barkov, C, FLA (-2)
39. Nikolaj Ehlers, LW, WPG (+1)
40. Evander Kane, LW, BUF (+19)
41. Mike Hoffman, LW/RW, OTT (-2)
42. Rickard Rakell, C/LW, ANA (+3)
43. Jake Guentzel, C/LW, PIT (+3)
44. Cam Atkinson, RW, CBJ (-3)
45. Jeff Skinner, LW, CAR (-2)
46. Corey Perry, RW, ANA (+3)
47. Anze Kopitar, C, LAK (+3)
48. Sebastian Aho, LW/RW, CAR (SAME)
49. Jonathan Toews, C, CHI (+2)
50. Brayden Schenn, C/LW, STL (+2)
51. Jonathan Drouin, C/LW/RW, MTL (-7)
52. Jeff Carter, C, LAK (-10)
53. Jonathan Huberdeau, LW, FLA (-6)
54. Taylor Hall, LW, NJD (SAME)
55. Jakub Voracek, RW, PHI (SAME)
56. James van Riemsdyk, LW, TOR (SAME)
57. T.J. Oshie, RW, WSH (SAME)
58. Mikael Granlund, C/RW, MIN (DTD)
59. Mark Stone, RW, OTT (+2)
60. Jordan Eberle, C/RW, NYI (-2)
61. Logan Couture, C, SJS (-1)
62. Jason Spezza, C/RW, DAL (SAME)
63. Alexander Wennberg, C, CBJ (SAME)
64. Tyler Toffoli, C/RW, LAK (SAME)
65. Viktor Arvidsson, LW/RW, NSH (SAME)
66. Eric Staal, C, MIN (SAME)
67. Nazem Kadri, C, TOR (+3)
68. Mika Zibanejad, C, NYR (+17)
69. Nathan MacKinnon, C, COL (-2)
70. Patrick Marleau, C/LW, TOR (+6)
71. James Neal, LW/RW, VGK (+12)
72. Max Domi, LW, ARI (SAME)
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74. Jaden Schwartz, LW, STL (+4)
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78. Jakob Silfverberg, RW, ANA (-5)
79. Anders Lee, LW, NYI (-5)
80. Kyle Turris, C, OTT (-9)
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83. Alex Galchenyuk, C/LW, MTL (-8)
84. Henrik Zetterberg, C/LW, DET (-2)
85. Marcus Johansson, LW, NJD (+1)
86. Matthew Tkachuk, LW, CGY (-6)
87. Milan Lucic, LW, EDM (+2)
88. Nick Foligno, LW/RW, CBJ (+3)
89. Brayden Point, C/RW, TBL (NEW)
90. Nino Niederreiter, LW/RW, MIN (SAME)
91. Kyle Okposo, RW, BUF (-12)
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93. Patrick Maroon, LW, EDM (+5)
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95. Evgenii Dadonov, RW, FLA (-1)
96. Bryan Little, C, WPG (-4)
97. Matt Duchene, C/RW, COL (NEW)
98. Kyle Palmieri, RW, NJD (DTD)
99. Clayton Keller, C/LW, ARI (NEW)
100. Ondrej Palat, LW, TBL (NEW)

Just missed: Bryan Rust, RW, PIT; J.T. Miller, LW/RW, NYR; David Krejci, C, BOS; Brendan Gallagher, RW, MTL; Patrick Sharp, LW/RW, CHI; Elias Lindholm, C/RW, CAR; Bo Horvat, C, VAN; Tyler Bozak, C, TOR; Richard Panik, LW/RW, CHI; Sean Couturier, C, PHI; Leo Komarov, C/LW, TOR; Dylan Larkin, C/RW, DET; Paul Stastny, C, STL; Scott Hartnell, LW, NSH; Derick Brassard, C, OTT

Dropped out: Conor Sheary, LW/RW, PIT; Sam Reinhart, C/RW, BUF; Tyler Johnson, C, TBL; Joe Thornton, C, SJS

Key injuries: Patric Hornqvist, RW, PIT — dropped out; Zach Parise, LW, MIN — dropped out; Alexander Steen, C/LW, STL; Patrick Eaves, RW, ANA; Kevin Fiala, LW/RW, NSH; Ryan Kesler, C, ANA; Boone Jenner, C/LW, CBJ; David Backes, RW, BOS

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Hornets swingman Nicolas Batum will miss a minimum of six to eight weeks with a left elbow injury.
The team announced that an MRI on Thursday revealed the nine-year NBA veteran tore his ulnar collateral ligament in his non-dominant arm in the first quarter of Charlotte’s preseason road contest against the Pistons on Wednesday.
The Hornets have not decided if Batum will need surgery or will attempt to rehab the injury.
Batum, who signed a five-year, $120 million contract in 2016, was expected to start for Charlotte. Batum’s injury means Jeremy Lamb could be thrust into a starting role to open the regular season.
Batum last year became the first Charlotte player to score more than 1,000 points, grab 450 rebounds and hand out over 450 assists in a season.