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Correa’s RBI double in 14th inning lifts Astros past Blue Jays

HOUSTON—Marcus Stroman pieced together his best performance of the season last night.

However, his offence didn’t support him, striking out 22 times.

Carlos Correa’s RBI double in the 14th inning gave the Houston Astros a 2-1 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays last night.

Stroman gave up one run and three hits, while striking out a career high 13 and walking one.

Buescher earns 1st Cup win

LONG POND, Pa.—Chris Buescher emerged from the fog to become a surprising winner in yesterday’s shortened Sprint Cup race at Pocono Raceway.

He is now on the verge of being in the mix for NASCAR’s championship after not finishing better than 14th all season before yesterday.

“The plan was to always make the Chase,” Buescher said. “We’re that much closer now.”

Twins help out Jays

MINNEAPOLIS—Rookie Max Kepler continued to show promise for the future of the Minnesota Twins, though the present-day struggles led to one member of the team being traded away.

Kepler continued his mid-season surge with a game-tying home run among two hits and two RBIs as the Minnesota rallied to beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-2 last night.

Bikini-clad Swedish cop makes arrest while sunbathing

STOCKHOLM — She was off duty and wearing a bikini but that didn’t stop Swedish police officer Mikaela Kellner from catching a suspected thief.

A photo of Kellner pinning the suspect to the ground was trending on social media in Sweden this week.

“My first intervention while wearing a bikini during my 11 years as a police officer,” she wrote on Instagram.