For the second straight week, the Winnipeg Goldeyes teed off on Jason Jarvis. The Goldeyes scored seven times in the first two innings off the Sioux City starter on their way to a 9-3 win over the Explorers on Tuesday night. "The bats were hot early," said Goldeyes pitching coach Jamie Vermilyea. "We jumped out to a big lead and that takes a lot of pressure of your starter and hes able to settle in." With the win, Winnipeg moves within 2 1/2 games of the wild card. The Gary SouthShore RailCats, holders of the final American Association playoff spot, had their game with the Wichita Wingnuts postponed due to rain. "We just got to keep putting the pressure on them," said Vermilyea. "If they see us winning games, they might start playing a little tighter. Every game counts and we just got to keep on winning." Winnipeg scored twice in the opening inning off RBI hits from Yurendell de Caster and Ray Sadler. Then, they would bust it open in the second. Luis Alen expanded the lead to three when he came home on an error by Explorers third baseman Jeff Squier. That was the second error of the inning by Squier and Sioux City had yet to record an out. With the score now 5-0, Sadler and Josh Mazzola hit back-to-back, bases loaded singles with two outs to bring the Goldeyes lead to seven. That would cap a five-run, five-hit inning for the Fish. The errors by Squier and an additional one committed by Jarvis made all five runs unearned for the Explorers starter. Sadlers second double of the game brought home one of the two runs scored by the Goldeyes in the fourth inning to make it 9-0. That would be more than enough run support for Goldeyes starter Matt Jackson, who picked up his second win as a member of the Goldeyes. He worked eight innings and gave up a run in the fourth and two in the fifth, but Sioux City could not comeback from the large early deficit. Jarvis went five and a third innings and took the loss after the Goldeyes hit him for nine runs - four earned - on 14 hits. His previous start was last week in Winnipeg, where he gave up 11 runs in less than four innings of work. The Goldeyes will continue their playoff push tomorrow in the third game of this four-game set. Edgar Osuna gets the start for Winnipeg. Game time is 7 p.m. with the pre-game show on TSN 1290 beginning at 6:30 p.m. with Paul Edmonds. Federico Fazio Argentina Jersey . Cavaliers shooting guard Craig Ehlo makes a solid play on the ball, but still Jordan hits the amazing shot. Willy Caballero Jersey . Interestingly, the culprits were not rookies, but well paid, experienced pros. The first gaffe came in the 24th minute of arguably the biggest early season MLS game in history between Seattle and Toronto. 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On Sunday the football Gods delivered once again, only this time it was time for good old USA to experience as much heartache as joy.MANCHESTER, England -- Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata scored twice to ensure Ryan Giggs spell as interim Manchester United manager began with a comfortable 4-0 victory against a mediocre Norwich side in the English Premier League on Saturday. It was an upbeat end to a turbulent week at Old Trafford that saw manager David Moyes dismissed just 10 months after succeeding Alex Ferguson, paying the price for taking the club from champions to seventh place. "Theyre all good players and all of us have let ourselves down this year," Giggs said. "We havent played to the level that were capable of this season, but we did that today." However uplifting this rout was for disgruntled fans, it came against a relegation-threatened team with the worst away record in the league. And United did also score four goals in winning two of Moyes last three domestic fixtures. Although there could be a clamour for Giggs to stay in charge after these remaining four matches of the season, United plans to appoint a more experienced, proven trophy winner. Outgoing Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal is the favourite for the job. "Giggs has got all the credentials to be the next manager but thats down to the board," Rooney said. The 40-year-old Giggs has grown up at Old Tafford, from coming as a supporter, rising through the youth team, becoming the clubs most decorated player, and now occupying the managers seat in the dugout. "I was nervous, but as soon as I came out of the tunnel the reception I got, the staff got, and the players got was brilliant," Giggs said. "Ive got to thank the fans for that because its not been an easy week, but I felt 10 feet tall." Having joked on Friday he would award himself a new five-year playing contract, GGiggs denied himself a 963rd United appearance.dddddddddddd Watching from the sidelines in a club suit, Giggs ensured the team provided the cathartic experience desired by all at Old Trafford, near the end of a season of unparalleled inferiority and disorder in the Premier League era. Although there was never a mutinous atmosphere even in the lowest points of Moyes ill-fated reign, there has not been this much joy inside the ground for some time; supporters cheered loudly as Giggs emerged from the tunnel before kickoff. Fans inside the so-called Theatre of Dreams will start dreaming again of a brighter future. As if to emphasize the extent of the club moving on after Moyes, it came with Saturdays start. Marouane Fellaini, the overpriced 27.5 million pound midfield signing which defined Moyes reign, didnt even make the bench and Mata, the clubs record 37.1 million pound signing in January, was dropped from the starting lineup. Talented teenager Adnan Januzaj, who broke into the first team under Moyes, wasnt in the matchday squad. The pre-match message by Giggs to the team was: Entertain, attack, play with a tempo. But it was listless for much of the first half until Rooneys penalty kick lifted the atmosphere just before halftime. Rooney scored again within three minutes of the new half, and Matas arrival from the bench ensured the victory was even more convincing. Had United managed similar displays against the leading teams this season, Moyes might still be in a job and the team might be challenging for the title and not a Europa League spot. "We underperformed, we obviously have to take a lot of the responsibility but we have to move on," Rooney said. 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