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Arcadia, CA (SportsNetwork. Andrei Vasilevskiy Jersey .com) - Second choice Lord Nelson edged Breeders Cup Juvenile winner Texas Red at the wire to win Sundays $200,000 San Vicente Stakes at Santa Anita as both colts began their 3-year-old seasons Trained by Bob Baffert, Lord Nelson went off as the 19-10 second pick in the six-horse field of 3-year-olds with Texas Red the 7-10 favorite. Setting the pace in the seven-furlong San Vicente was 5-1 third choice Serbian Syclone with Lord Nelson and jockey Rafael Bejarano stalking along the inside after leaving from the rail and Texas Red trailing the field. I was concerned with the one hole, Baffert said, but they were going easy and he was behind them. I thought they were going slow and hes a fast horse, but Rafaels been working him and he knows the horse really well. Texas Red, ridden by Kent Desormeaux, gained ground on the final turn and moved inside at the top of the stretch to take the lead with Lord Nelson to the outside. He had him going nice and easy and he went wide and looked like he was sort of hanging, commented Baffert. I saw the Desormeaux horse (Texas Red) coming up the rail and I thought, Well, hes (Lord Nelson) gone. But he sort of kicked back in. The two moved together to the wire with Lord Nelson posting a neck decision over Texas Red. Finishing third was Sir Samson followed by Bench Warrant, Jazzy Josh and Serbian Syclone. Punctuate and Magic Taste were both early scratches. The time for the seven furlongs was 1:22.15 on a fast track. Its a little disappointing, you know, cause its so close to winning, but the long-term goal is well within reach, Texas Reds trainer Keith Desormeaux said. Right now, the plans are still as Ive been saying. Hes probably going to go to the Risen Star (at the Fair Grounds, Feb. 21) and then well come back for the Santa Anita Derby on April 4. Lord Nelson, owned by Peachtree Stable, nearly doubled his earnings by $120,000 to $249,571. The chestnut colt, ridden for the time by Bejarano, has won three of five starts. Well play it by ear (as to his next race), Baffert noted. Were just trying to stay healthy ... but I like what he did today. Coming up to the race he was really training well, but sometimes theyll do that and wont run. But he ran like hed been working. Lord Nelson broke his maiden first time starting last July at Del Mar and was fourth in the FrontRunner Stakes at Santa Anita on Sept. 27. He came back on Oct. 13 with a win in the tracks Speakeasy Stakes as the 4-5 top pick. The colt was the 7-5 favorite for Churchill Downs Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes but finished fifth to El Kabeir. Lord Nelson returned $5.80, $2.60 and $2.20. Texas Red paid $2.20 and $2.10, and Sir Samson paid $3.40 to show. Chris Kunitz Lightning Jersey . "No difference at all," chirped U.S. roommate and linemate James van Riemsdyk. "Its still the same cranky Phil. Slater Koekkoek Lightning Jersey . A 23-year-old rookie, Stroman is 4-2 with a 3.44 earned run average in 12 games this season, the past seven of those being starts. He logged the first scoreless outing of his career on Friday versus Oakland in a no-decision. http://www.lightninghockeystore.us/Cedric-Paquette-Jersey/ . The motion to expand the stadiums capacity passed through by a count of 39-3, with Toronto mayor Rob Ford being among those in opposition.It was supposed to be a dream come true. A marriage made in soccer heaven. The hometown star returning back to his roots to help guide his new team to a level of success he had reached many times. Sure, there were some good moments. The all-star appearances, the first goal at BMO Field when he headed the ball into the net against Dallas, but for Dwayne De Rosario it wasnt enough. This was not how he had imagined it going. On the field, De Rosario was able to forget the issues, play a game he loved in front of fans he adored. Sometimes the result would even go the teams way, but often it wouldnt and after the match, as he made the walk from the dressing room to his car, his mind would be cloudy and full of distractions about how the club was run. "Id definitely sit in my car and shake my head," he admitted in a sitdown with TSN.ca. "I know it was my hometown but I never wanted them to take that for granted and use that as leverage against me. I wasnt willing to stand for anything, its who I am, I am very passionate and hungry for success." As he started his third season with Toronto FC in 2011, it became very clear the two were heading in different directions. De Rosario had hoped to be loaned to Celtic during the offseason but didnt get his wish and three months later he was packing his bags from Toronto for, what appeared, good. It wasnt an April Fools joke, but on April 1, 2011, De Rosario was dealt to New York Red Bulls for what can now be labeled nothing more than a bag of balls. On a flight later that day, De Rosario thought he would never play for Toronto FC ever again but admitted he hoped to one day return when the direction of the club was different. "I never closed the door and turned my back on that option. How it was presented to me this time was a situation I couldnt refuse, I always wanted to create special moments and have special memories with my hometown, Toronto FC, and I am looking to live those moments I envisioned and hopefully we can create those this season." It is clear the Canadian international spent many hours dreaming of playing for his hometown club before it happened and it is also clear that a lot of those dreams didnt come true the first time around. "I demand success, first and foremost from myself, but from my teammates and from the organization and to have a situation where we now have it demanded from the top is absolutely ideal. Its the right way and I am happy to be a part of that." When Toronto FC kick off the new season in Seattle on Saturday afternoon, much of the attention will, rightfully so, be placed on star signings Jermain Defoe, Michael Bradley and Julio Cesar. The club has completely reinvented itself this winter and the return of De Rosario is almost an after-thought, a small scene in a blockbuster movie. With De Rosario now 35 that is, probably, the right thing for a team who want to contend for the MLS Cup this season, but the 2011 league MVP believes he can still play a major part on and off the pitch. He said: "I am really looking forward to this year. Jermain Defoe is a world class player, a winner, throughout the season it will be great to pick his brain and see how he runs and moves and create that relationship. Gilberto has a very bright future and so far I have enjoyed playing together with him. Anytime you have an opportunity to play alongside players of that calibre it is always fun, the most important thing is developing the understanding. So far its comee along and we are excited to get it started. Ondrej Palat Lightning Jersey. " De Rosario has been in MLS long enough to know that tough times will still come Torontos way this season, even if they are successful. He admits expectations are high but thinks the team is ready to drag themselves through the rough patches because of the personnel general manager Tim Bezbatchenko has assembled. "Thankfully when we look at every position we have strong leaders. Julio Cesar to Steven Caldwell in central defence, Michael Bradley in the midfield and myself, Defoe up top, all strong personalities with experience, its important. All of these guys know its a long season, they understand we havent done anything yet, on paper it looks good but we have to continue to show that on a day-to-day basis and we have to work hard to accomplish something." De Rosarios second stint in Toronto gives the club a player whose best days are clearly behind him but he still thinks his versatility can help head coach Ryan Nelsen in many areas throughout 2014. "I dont have a specific favourite position. I like creating and scoring goals, up top, on the left, attacking mid, all these provide those opportunities for me but it depends on the team and its shape. Sometimes I am on the left and I dont really like it because I dont feel I get as much ball as I would like, sometimes I am in the midfield and you just defend a lot so that can be frustrating but sometimes, even, up top you can not get the balls, so it depends on the situation and the team." Throughout his career, he admits he is constantly learning and developing more and more on the tactical side of the game: "Spatial awareness is a big part of my game, knowing when to leave it and attack it and I have been working with a lot of the forwards here about that as well. You want to continuously move but sometimes you need to stop and let the space develop and attack it at the right moments." De Rosario will be hoping to find some of the space in behind Brad Evans and Osvaldo Alonso against the Sounders on Saturday. (You can read my piece on Toronto FCs strategy against Seattle here)  March 15 has been circled on the calendar for many Toronto FC fans because it is their first game but De Rosario cannot wait for the following week when he will get to pull on the red number 14 shirt in front of the home fans. "Those fans are my family, the relationship with them means everything to me. Every time I step out for training or in a game with that badge it is for them. I do not just represent myself, I represent my direct family and the fans and I take a lot of pride in that. One day I want the youngsters to look at me and say I want to be like him, and because of that, I want to set as good an example as possible." On paper, the words look cliché but you dont have to be around De Rosario for long to know just how much he truly means it and how much he loves his city and his club. Toronto FC have lacked a lot of things in their short history. Above all else they have lacked wins, but in recent years there has been a distinct lack of people caring about this club. Whether the signing of De Rosario the player turns out to be a success only time will tell, but to have a winner talk so passionately about this club is already a positive step before a ball has even been kicked. Join Luke Wileman, Jason DeVos and myself in Seattle for Toronto FCs first game of the season live on TSN at 4:30pm et/1:30pm pt. Cheap Heat Jerseys Cheap Bucks Jerseys Cheap Timberwolves Jerseys Cheap Pelicans Jerseys Cheap Knicks Jerseys Cheap Thunder Jerseys Cheap Magic Jerseys Cheap 76ers Jerseys Cheap Suns Jerseys Cheap Blazers Jerseys Cheap Sacramento Kings Jerseys Cheap Spurs Jerseys Cheap Raptors Jerseys Cheap Jazz Jerseys Cheap Wizards Jerseys ' ' '

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