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ST. Nike Huarache Ultra Breathe . LOUIS -- For the first time in a while, the St. Louis Cardinals had good reason to use their closer. After such a long wait between pressure situations, Edward Mujica did not let anybody down. Mujica converted his first save chance in 18 games, working the last two innings in an 8-4 victory over the Chicago Cubs that ended a four-game losing streak and avoided a sweep on Sunday. "All the time its about consistency," Mujica said. "Sometimes days off are pretty good for pitchers. For my arm. Everybody knows were going to be out of this rough time." Pete Kozma singled home the tiebreaking run in the sixth. Matt Carpenter and Allen Craig each had three hits and drove in a run. Jon Jay and David Freese both drove in two runs, though they only had one hit between them. "That was a great at-bat by Pete, and couldnt have come at a better time," manager Mike Matheny said. "I thought the guys did a real good job of situational hitting, getting the runs in when they had money on the table." Mujica earned his 31st save in 33 chances and first since July 25 against the Phillies, overcoming Starlin Castros leadoff double in the eighth with just a one-run cushion. Then he retired the final five in a row in an outing that matched his longest of the year. The right-hander had been anticipating that after setup man Trevor Rosenthal threw 33 pitches and gave up the tying and go-ahead runs in two-thirds of an inning in a 6-5 loss. "We had that in mind, didnt necessarily commit to that," Matheny said. "We knew that would be an option to go for Chief for two." Randy Choate (2-1) faced one batter, getting leadoff man David DeJesus to pop out with two men on to end the sixth after the Cubs had tied it at 4 on RBI singles by Castro and Darwin Barney off Seth Maness. Barney, like Kozma an eighth-place hitter, had two RBI singles. Hes batting .215 overall but has a .317 average against St. Louis with two homers and 10 RBIs. "He battles up there and its hard to strike him out and hes going to give you an at-bat all the time," Cubs manager Dale Sveum said. "Hes a little battler." Tony Cruz doubled with two outs in the sixth off Blake Parker (1-2) and scored easily on Kozmas single. Parker was the winner Saturday with an inning of relief. Jay added a sacrifice fly in the seventh off Hector Rondon and the Cardinals got RBIs from Carpenter and Craig in the eighth off Michael Bowden. The Cardinals combined two singles, a walk, a steal and a sacrifice fly off Edwin Jackson in a three-run first. Matt Holliday had one of the RBIs plus a steal off Jacksons slow move to the plate, before Jackson finally retaliated by picking off Jay. Holliday handed the Cubs an unearned run in the third when he camped under Junior Lakes two-out high fly to medium left but then whiffed on the catch and DeJesus scored from first. The Cubs settled for their first series win in St. Louis since a three-game sweep Sept. 13-15, 2010. Theyd been 0-6-1 the previous seven series, and were trying for a three-game sweep. "You can take two out of three here its definitely a good thing," Barney said. "Its tough to win a series here. They play so well at home and Allen Craig is unbelievable with runners in scoring position." NOTES: Cardinals OF Carlos Beltran fouled a ball off his right foot in the fifth, got medical attention on the field and then struck out before leaving with a bruise. X-rays were negative and the Cardinals are hopeful he can return Tuesday against NL Central-leading Pittsburgh. "Its sore, no doubt its sore," Beltran said. "Hopefully Tuesday I can be back." ... Holliday grounded into his major league-leading 26th double play in the fifth. ... The Cubs Darnell McDonald walked pinch-hitting in the seventh in his first at-bat of the year. Hes the 50th player used by the Cubs, most in the majors. ... St. Louis last two wins have come in starts by Joe Kelly, who allowed three earned runs in 5 1-3 innings and Jackson gave up four runs in five innings. ... Castro has five hits the last two games and is batting .536 (15-for-28) the last seven games against St. Louis. Nike Huarache Shoes Black . 9. Price, heading to the 2014 Olympics for Canada, was named the First Star after posting wins in three starts with a 1.00 goals-against average and a .971 save percentage. Huarache Shoes For Men . To the surprise of many, it isnt the Wolverines but their in-state rivals the Michigan State Spartans. http://www.nikehuarachecheap.us.com/nike-huarache-black-50-sp/ . MLS Commissioner Don Garber and Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez also will attend the session, which was announced Monday. The league has discussed placing its next two expansion teams in Miami and Atlanta. ATLANTA -- No. 1 Alabama swept the awards on The Associated Press All-Southeastern Conference team announced Thursday.Freshman quarterback Jalen Hurts was picked as the offensive player of the year, as well as the newcomer of the year. Jonathan Allen took the honor for the top defensive player. Nick Saban was the choice for coach of the year after guiding the Crimson Tide (13-0) to a 54-16 victory over Florida for the SEC title and its third straight appearance in the College Football Playoff.Alabama will meet Washington (12-1) in the semifinals at the Peach Bowl on Dec. 31. The Crimson Tide is the defending national champion and will be seeking its fifth title in nine years under Saban.The 2016 AP All-SEC team, with players listed by name, school, height, weight, class and hometown (u-denotes unanimous selections):FIRST TEAMOFFENSEQuarterback -- Jalen Hurts, Alabama, 6-2, 209, Fr., Channelview, Texas.Running backs -- Derrius Guice, LSU, 5-11, 222, So., Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Kamryn Pettway, Auburn, 6-0, 240, So., Montgomery, Alabama; Rawleigh Williams III, Arkansas, 5-10, 225, So., Dallas, Texas.Tackles -- u-Cam Robinson, Alabama, 6-6, 310, Jr., Monroe, Louisiana; Dan Skipper, Arkansas, 6-10, 322, Sr., Arvada, Colorado.Guards -- Braden Smith, Auburn, 6-6, 300, Jr., Olathe, Kansas; Alex Kozan, Auburn, 6-4, 310, Sr., Castle Rock, Colorado.Centers -- Ethan Pocic, LSU, 6-7, 309, Lemont, Illinois; Jon Toth, Kentucky, 6-5, 310, Sr., Indianapolis, Indiana.Receivers -- Fred Ross, Mississippi State, 6-2, 207, Sr., Tyler, Texas; Christian Kirk, Texas A&M, 5-11, 200, So., Scottsdale, Arizona.Tight end -- u-Evan Engram, Mississippi, 6-3, 227, Sr., Powder Springs, Georgia.All-purpose player -- Christian Kirk, Texas A&M, 5-11, 200, So., Scottsdale, Arizona.Kicker -- Daniel Carlson, Auburn, 6-4, 218, Jr., Colorado Springs, Colorado.DEFENSEEnds -- u-Jonathan Allen, Alabama, 6-3, 291, Sr., Leesburg, Virginia; u-Derek Barnett, Tennessee, 6-3, 257, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee.Tackle -- Montravius Adams, Auburn, 6-4, 309, Sr., Vienna, GeorgiaLinebackers -- Zach Cunningham, Vanderbilt, 6-4, 238, Jr., Pinson, Alabama; Reuben Foster, Alabama, 6-1, 228, Sr., Auburn, Alabama; Ryan Anderson, Alabama, 6-2, 253, Sr., Daphne, Alabama; Arden Key, LSU, 6-6, 231, So., Atlanta, Georgia.Cornerbacks -- Teez Tabor, Florida, 6-0, 201, Jr., Washington, D.C.; TreDavious White, LSU, 5-11, 191, Sr., Shreveport, Louisiana.Safeties -- Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama, 6-1, 203, So., Old Bridge, New Jersey; Jamal Adams, LSU, 6-1, 211, Jr., Lewisville, Texas.Punter -- JK Scott, Alabama, 6-6, 202, Jr., Denver, Colorado.---SECOND TEAMOFFENSEQuarterbacks -- Josh Dobbs, Tennessee, 6-3, 207, Sr., Alpharetta, Georgia; Chad Kelly, Mississippi, 6-2, 215, Sr., Buffalo, New York.RRunning backs -- Ralph Webb, Vanderbilt, 5-10, 205, Jr. Nike Huarache Shoes. ., Gainesville, Florida; Leonard Fournette, LSU, 6-1, 230, Jr. New Orleans, Louisiana.Tackles -- Robert Leff, Auburn, 6-6, 299, Sr.; Fairhope, Alabama; Jonah Williams, Alabama, 6-5, 296, Fr., Folsom, California.Guards -- Josh Boutte, LSU, 6-5, 342, Sr., New Iberia, Louisiana; Martez Ivey, Florida, 6-5, 305, So., Apopka, Florida; Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama, 6-4, 304, So., Cedar Falls, IowaCenter -- Frank Ragnow, Arkansas, 6-5, 312, Jr., Chanhassen, Minnesota.Receivers -- ArDarius Stewart, Alabama, 6-1, 204, Jr., Fultondale, Alabama; JMon Moore, Missouri, 6-3, 190, Jr., Missouri City, Texas; Josh Reynolds, Texas A&M, 6-4, 190, Sr., San Antonio, Texas.Tight end -- O.J. Howard, Alabama, 6-6, 251, Sr., Prattville, Alabama.All-purpose player -- Isaiah McKenzie, Georgia, 5-8, 170, Jr., Miami, Florida.Kicker -- Gary Wunderlich, Mississippi, 6-0, 193, Jr., Memphis, Tennessee.DEFENSEEnds -- Myles Garrett, Texas A&M, 6-5, 262, Jr., Arlington, Texas; Charles Harris, Missouri, 6-3, 255, Jr., Kansas City, Missouri; Carl Lawson, Auburn, 6-2, 253, Jr., Alpharetta, Georgia.Tackles -- Caleb Brantley, Florida, 6-2, 297, Jr., Crescent City, Florida; Darius English, South Carolina,6-6, 245, Sr., Powder Springs, Georgia.Linebackers -- Tim Williams, Alabama, 6-4, 252, Sr., Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Jordan Jones, Kentucky, 6-2, 220, So., Youngstown, Ohio; Kendall Beckwith, LSU, 6-2, 252, Sr., Clinton, Louisiana.Cornerbacks -- Aarion Penton, Missouri, 5-10, 190, Sr., St. Louis, Missouri; Quincy Wilson, Florida, 6-1, 213, Jr., Fort Lauderdale, Florida.Safeties -- Marcus Maye, Florida, 6-0, 210, Sr., Melbourne, Florida; Justin Evans, Texas A&M, 6-1, 195, Sr., Wiggins, Mississippi; Mike Edwards, Kentucky, 6-0, 200, So., Cincinnati, Ohio.Punter -- Johnny Townsend, Florida, 6-1, 210, Jr., Orlando, Florida.---Coach of the year -- Nick Saban, AlabamaOffensive player of the year -- Jalen Hurts, AlabamaDefensive player of the year -- Jonathan Allen, AlabamaNewcomer of the year -- Jalen Hurts, Alabama---AP All-SEC Voting Panel:Parrish Alford, Daily Journal; Michael Bonner, The Clarion-Ledger; Patrick Brown, Chattanooga Times Free Press; John Clay, Lexington Herald Leader; Joe Dubin, WSMV-TV; Garland Gillen, WVUE-TV; Josh Kendall, The State; Tom Murphy, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette; Duane Rankin, Montgomery Advertiser; Gary Smits, The Florida Times-Union; Dana Sulonen, Opelika-Auburn News; Joe Walljasper, , Columbia Daily Tribune; Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald; Brent Zwerneman, Houston Chronicle.---For more AP college football coverage: www.collegefootball.ap.org Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '