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TORONTO For the third time in three years the Maple Leafs and Cody Franson went down to the wire and begrudgingly agreed to a one-year deal. Cheap UA Shoes . Due for player-elected salary arbitration in Toronto on Monday, Franson came to a last-minute agreement with the Leafs, inked for one more season at $3.3 million, a raise from the $2 million he garnered a year ago. Acquired in a trade from Nashville in the summer of 2011, the 26-year-old has butted heads with the organization in each and every contract negotiation, settling for a series of one-year deals which have highlighted the divide in presumed value between the two sides. Fransons camp believes his value is evident in production that ranks favourably at the defensive position his 62 points over the past two seasons ranks 20th amongst NHL defenders and a growing physical game he led all blueliners in hits a year ago. He also showed comparatively strong possession numbers on a weak possession team and helped anchor a strong Toronto power-play unit. The Leafs were frustrated, however, with his defensive limitations and proved to be disappointed in his overall performance as a top-four defender last season. Hence, the ongoing divide. In the winter of 2013, the contract showdown lasted right up until the end of the lockout, an agreement for $1.2 million reached while Franson played overseas in Sweden. Last fall, coming off a breakout 48-game campaign, he and the Leafs remained, nonetheless, far apart in negotiations, finally landing (with some frustration) on another one-year deal worth $2 million with only two games to go in the preseason. It was a bargain the B.C. native felt he had no choice but to take. A restricted free agent one last time this summer, but with more leverage in the form of salary arbitration, Franson squeezed out a raise of $1.3 million. Yet to be embraced by the organization and set for unrestricted free agency next summer, he remains a candidate to be moved. Toronto has already restructured much of its previously mishmashed defence, bringing in a pair of Western Conference mainstays, Stephane Robidas and Roman Polak, aboard earlier in the summer. They also boast internal candidates Petter Granberg, Stuart Percy, Korbinian Holzer and Andrew MacWilliam who may be ready to step into the NHL next season, thus filling Fransons void if he were to be moved. The Leafs, who project to have plenty of cap space remaining, continue to work on new contracts for Jake Gardiner and James Reimer. Reimer, who is likely returning to the club next season despite a desire to start fresh elsewhere, is scheduled for salary arbitration on July 28th. Cheap Adidas Shoes . -- Phil Mickelson came to the St. http://www.cheapshoesfree.com/ . 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"Its all about making the push, little by little," Chris Dickerson said after hitting a pair of solo homers off Max Scherzer. Cleveland won the first game 6-2 thanks in large part to Corey Klubers strong outing. Dickerson sent two of Scherzers pitches -- in the third and sixth innings -- over walls to give Cleveland a 2-1 lead in the second game of the day-night doubleheader. The reigning AL Cy Young Award winner said Dickerson became the first player in his career to hit one of his curveballs over a fence in the major leagues. "Hes a good enough hitter that hes going to capitalize," Scherzer said. Cleveland acquired Dickerson earlier this month in a trade with the Pittsburgh Pirates for a player to be named or cash to add depth while Michael Bourn is out with a strained left hamstring. The 32-year-old journeyman entered the game hitless in nine at-bats against Scherzer. "Just coming out here and getting the chance to play every day, its a confidence booster," Dickerson said. The Tigers tied it in the seventh when Austin Jackson hit a two-out triple to score Eugenio Suarez from first after he beat a throw on a potential double play to extend the inning. The Indians loaded the bases in the ninth against Joe Nathan (4-3) with Roberto Perezs leadoff double, Jason Kipnis walk and Michael Brantleys free pass and Santana took advantage, sending a pitch off the right-centre wall after it popped out of Jacksons glove to turn a 3-all game into a 6-3 lead. "I rushed my glove up to try and make the catch," Jackson recalled. "I missed it, and hit the wall." Carlos Carrasco (3-3) pitched a perfect eighth and Cody Allen closed the game for his 13th save in 14 chances, but Indians manager Terry Francona was not in the mood to celebrate. 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Scott Atchison likely would have gotten out of the seventh inning without giving up a run if Kipnis did not appear to bobble the ball on a potential double play at second base that allowed Suarez to reach and later score on Jacksons triple. The Indians could lean on their bullpen in the nightcap because Kluber pitched so well in the first game. He came within an out of a complete game, striking out 10 to lift the Indians to a 6-2 win in the opener. Kluber allowed seven hits -- three by Miguel Cabrera -- and equaled his career high of 114 pitches. Bryan Shaw finally relieved him, but with another game still to come, Cleveland didnt have to use anyone else out of its bullpen. "That was the only guy we warmed up," Francona said. "That really helps." Kluber (10-6) has thrown one complete game in his career, on April 24 against Kansas City. Drew VerHagen (0-1) allowed three runs and five hits, lasting five innings in his major league debut. NOTES: Tigers LHP Drew Smyly (5-Cool is scheduled to pitch in the series finale against Indians RHP Josh Tomlin on Sunday afternoon. ... Santana hit his sixth game-winning RBI this season. ... Detroits Nick Castellanos struck out three times and Holaday threw out three runners on steal attempts in the first game. ... Cabrera is 15 for 28 (.536) against Kluber. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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