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Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 5 Evening' game

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) _ The winning numbers in Sunday evening's drawing of the Florida Lottery's "Pick 5 Evening" game were:


(three, zero, five, four, four)

Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 2 Evening' game

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) _ The winning numbers in Sunday evening's drawing of the Florida Lottery's "Pick 2 Evening" game were:


(six, two)

Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 4 Evening' game

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) _ The winning numbers in Sunday evening's drawing of the Florida Lottery's "Pick 4 Evening" game were:


(eight, three, nine, eight)

Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 3 Evening' game

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) _ The winning numbers in Sunday evening's drawing of the Florida Lottery's "Pick 3 Evening" game were:


(eight, six, zero)

Several Florida homes damaged by possible tornado

MOLINO, Fla. (AP) - Authorities say several homes have been damaged after a suspected tornado touched down in Florida.

Homeowners called Escambia County emergency officials Sunday afternoon to report damage. Officials said about five homes incurred slight to moderate damage in Molino. There were also several downed trees and power lines. No injuries were reported.

Residents captured what appeared to be a funnel cloud on video.

Yelich, Guerra lead Brewers to 4-2 win, sweep of Marlins

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Jeremy Jeffress entered the game in a tough situation and went into beast mode.

Christian Yelich hit his first homer since returning from the disabled list, Junior Guerra worked five innings, and Jeffress and two other relievers did the rest for the Milwaukee Brewers in a 4-2 victory over the Miami Marlins on Sunday. Milwaukee completed a four-game sweep of Miami and has won six straight overall, its longest winning streak since 2015.

Guerra (2-0) allowed an unearned run on five hits and struck out four in his third start of the season, but he left Jeffress in a tricky spot after loading the bases with no outs in the sixth and the Brewers leading 2-1.

Jeffress responded with his signature intensity.

"When I'm in between those lines, I'm a totally different guy," Jeffress said. "I don't like nobody. It's just who I am when I'm on the mound. It's no disrespect to anybody."

He struck out Brian Anderson, got J.B. Shuck to pop up in foul territory and then whiffed Lewis Brinson.

"J.J. did a great job for us today," Yelich said. "That was kind of a turning point in the game, and he was able to get out of that."

Jeffress grimaced and pounded his chest as he walked toward the dugout.

"It's the only way I can pitch," Jeffress said. "Just being that bull up there and going right at guys."

Matt Albers retired the side in order in the seventh. Josh Hader pitched the final two innings for his third save.

Caleb Smith (0-3) struck out a career-high 10 in six innings in his first career start against the Brewers. He didn't walk a batter, but the only two hits he allowed in the fourth cost him.

Lorenzo Cain led off with a single and scored on Yelich's second homer of the season. Yelich, who came off the 10-day disabled list on April 17, was acquired from Miami in January in exchange for Lewis Brinson and three minor leaguers as the Marlins shed payroll.

The Brewers added a run in the seventh when first baseman Justin Bour muffed pinch-hitter Eric Thames' roller with the bases loaded.

J.T. Realmuto reached on catcher's interference and scored on Bour's double in the first.


Marlins: SS Miguel Rojas, batting .158 (3 for 19) during the nine-game trip, was out of the starting lineup for the first time this season. "We know he's playing every day, but guys need their days off," manager Don Mattingly said. Rojas pinch-hit in the ninth.

Brewers: SS Orlando Arcia missed his second game after twisting his ankle Friday night. "We'll run him around today, check him out tomorrow and if he passes, he'll be ready to go on Tuesday," manager Craig Counsell said.


Bour's single off Hader drove in a run in the eighth, but then he ran into an embarrassing double play. Bour raced around second on Brian Anderson's one-out fly to center and was an easy out at first.

"I saw the first baseman go behind me, so I'm thinking right there, two outs," Bour said. "Just a mental lapse. I'd much rather go 0 for 4 with four strikeouts than commit an error and do something stupid on the bases. That just leaves a terrible feeling in your stomach, just brutal."

Mattingly couldn't put any positive spin on the mistake.

"Frustrating, obviously," he said. "I really don't know what to say about it. It's frustrating."


Smith's outing was much better his previous one, a 12-1 drubbing by the New York Yankees on April 16. In that game, he gave up five runs on five hits and five walks in 2 1/3 innings.


The Brewers improved to a season-high five games over .500 and finished their homestand 6-1 after losing the first game to Cincinnati. Milwaukee hadn't won six straight since Aug. 30-Sept. 5, 2015.


Marlins: LHP Jarlin Garcia (1-0, 0.86 ERA) makes his first career start and fifth appearance against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the opener of a three-game road series.

Brewers: After a day off, RHP Zach Davies (1-2, 4.84 ERA) makes his first career start against the Kansas City Royals in the opener of a two-game road series.


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Slumping Gomez homers in 9th, Rays beat Twins 8-6 for sweep

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - It seemed unlikely that slumping Carlos Gomez would follow through on hitting a home run for his son.

He had struck out three times in his first four hitless at-bats. His last trip to the plate, however, produced something special.

Gomez hit a two-run homer in the ninth inning and the Tampa Bay Rays completed a three-game sweep Sunday by beating the Minnesota Twins 8-6.

"He had a really good game (Saturday) playing soccer," Gomez said. "They won the game because of the goal he put in. So, I told him it's my turn. I'll try and hit a homer for you. I did it and I know he's going to be really happy."

C.J. Cron opened the ninth with a single off Addison Reed (0-1) and Gomez, mired in a 2-for-38 slide, hit the next pitch over the left field wall.

Earlier, Gomez broke his bat on his leg after striking out.

"What's impressive is he's able to rebound from that and not let it consume him," Rays manager Kevin Cash.

It was Gomez's first walk-off hit, coming in his 1,329th game.

"I'm really happy," Gomez said. "Being the first time, I'm the right guy."

Daniel Robertson had a career-high four hits for Tampa Bay, which has gone 7-5 after losing eight of nine to start the season.

Alex Colome (2-2) struck out three during a perfect ninth to get his second win in three days.

Minnesota had a lead in all three games.

"A tough series overall," Twins manager Paul Molitor said.

Twins pinch hitter Miguel Sano had an RBI single in the seventh and Brian Dozier made it 6-all with a two-run single in the eighth.

Dozier set a Twins record by extending his season-opening hitting streak to 16 games with a single in the third. He had shared the old mark of 15 with Kirby Puckett (1994) and Josh Willingham (2012). Dating to last season, Dozier has a hit in 23 straight games.

Adeiny Hechavarria hit a three-run homer during a four-run sixth that put Tampa Bay up 6-3. It was his first homer since last Sept. 27, and came on an 0-2 pitch from Alan Busenitz.

Cron hit his third homer over the past two games, a two-run shot off Twins right-hander Phil Hughes in the first.

Hughes allowed two runs and five hits over 3 1/3 innings in his first big league start since last July 14. He ended last season on the 60-day disabled list due to thoracic outlet syndrome and started this sidelined by a strained left oblique.

"Not an ideal start, especially pitch-count wise," said Hughes, who threw 35 of 70 pitches in the first. "It didn't give me a chance to go as deep as I would have liked. But it feels good to be back."

The Twins tied it at 2 on Eduardo Escobar's second-inning solo homer off Yonny Chirinos and an RBI single by Eddie Rosario in the third.

Chirinos, making his first appearance as the Rays' fourth starter, gave up two runs and four hits in 4 2/3 innings.


Twins: OF Byron Buxton (migraines) went 0 for 4 as the DH for Class A Fort Myers and against Bradenton. He may play in center field Monday and Tuesday for the Florida State League team.

Rays: 3B Matt Duffy (strained right hamstring) could be ready for a minor league rehab assignment Tuesday.


The Rays on their Twitter site posted photos of a uniform of former Tampa Bay pitcher Danny Farquhar being hung in the dugout along with the caption, "You're in our thoughts, Danny."

Farquhar, now with the Chicago White Sox, had a brain hemorrhage stemming from a ruptured aneurysm in the dugout during Friday night's game against Houston.


The Twins bullpen allowed 15 runs and 20 hits, including four homers, in 10 innings.


Twins: RHP Jake Odorizzi (1-1) goes against New York RHP Masahiro Tanaka (2-2) Monday night in the first of four games at Yankee Stadium.

Rays: RHP Jake Faria (1-1), who stopped a 10-game winless streak with his first victory since last July 25 against Texas Wednesday, starts the opener of a nine-game road trip Tuesday night at Baltimore.

Rays 8, Twins 6

E_E.Rosario (3). DP_Minnesota 1, Tampa Bay 1. LOB_Minnesota 8, Tampa Bay 7. 2B_Kepler (4), Dan.Robertson (3). HR_E.Escobar (2), Cron (5), Gomez (3), Hechavarria (1).

Yarbrough pitched to 1 batter in the 7th

HBP_by Yarbrough (Morrison), by Reed (Smith).

Umpires_Home, Quinn Wolcott; First, Jeff Kellogg; Second, Marvin Hudson; Third, James Hoye.

T_3:39. A_12,515 (42,735).

CONCACAF cancels Women's U17 tournament because of violence

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) - CONCACAF has canceled the rest of its 2018 Women's Under-17 Championship following violence in Managua, Nicaragua, where the tournament began Thursday.

The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football made the announcement Sunday. The tournament was to have determined the region's qualifiers for the Under-17 World Cup in Uruguay, which starts Nov. 13.

More than two dozen people have been killed since Wednesday according to the independent Nicaraguan Human Rights Center, though the government had acknowledged only nine dead. Dozens of shops in Managua were looted during protests and disturbances sparked by government social security reforms.

The U.S. opened Friday with a 4-0 win over Costa Rica and had been scheduled to play Bermuda on Sunday and Canada on Tuesday.

Police try to unlock phone with dead man's finger in Florida

LARGO, Fla. (AP) - Florida authorities went to a funeral home and used a dead man's finger to try to unlock his cellphone as part of their investigation.

Thirty-year-old Linus Phillip was killed by a Largo police officer last month after authorities say he tried to drive away before an officer could search him.

At the funeral home, two detectives held the man's hands up to the phone's fingerprint sensor but could not unlock it.

Phillip's fiancee Victoria Armstrong says she felt violated and disrespected.

Legal experts mostly agree that what the detectives did was legal, but they question whether it was appropriate.

Charles Rose, a professor at Stetson University College of Law, tells the Tampa Bay Times that dead people can't assert their Fourth Amendment protections because you can't own property when you're dead. But those rights could apply to whoever inherits the property.


Information from: Tampa Bay Times (St. Petersburg, Fla.),

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