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SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- Jorge Luis Pinto, who produced the surprise of the World Cup by coaching tiny Costa Rica to the quarterfinals, is leaving after failing to agree to a new contract. . The Costa Rican federation announced Pintos departure on Thursday. Costa Rica emerged from a group with Italy, England and Uruguay, all former world champions. It was eliminated in the quarterfinals by the Netherlands, losing 4-3 on penalties after the match was 0-0 after extra time. Pinto, a Colombian, is likely to be attractive to a club or national team. . Re-signed by the club to a one-year, two-way (NHL/AHL) contract on July 5, Bass appeared in three preseason games with Columbus prior to breaking a bone in his hand on Sept. . The Toronto Maple Leafs forward and Nashville Predators goaltender highlighted Mondays waiver transactions, with Calgarys Chuck Kobasew and Edmontons Philip Larsen also being placed on waivers. .com) - Novak Djokovic captured a mens Open Era-record fifth Australian Open title on Sunday by defeating rival Andy Murray in the final in Melbourne. DENVER -- Derek Lowe enjoyed the sun beating down on him and was glad it went straight into Todd Heltons eyes at just the right moment. Feeling right at home on an unusually warm night in Colorado, the sunshine actually helped Lowe and the Atlanta Braves beat the Rockies 7-4 Monday night. Lowes ground ball to third base in the second inning resulted in a two-run error on first baseman Todd Helton, who lost third baseman Ty Wiggingtons throw in the setting sun, igniting the Braves fifth win in five tries over the Rockies this month. The 33-degree heat felt more like the Deep South than the Mountain West, and Lowe loved it. "Playing in Atlanta, you cant really go any place thats hotter than Atlanta," he said. "I think its an advantage." And playing in Colorado this time of year, theres a window of 10 minutes or so when pitchers dont dare try to pick off a runner at first and the infielders usually think twice about throwing it there if they can help it. The setting sun just peaks right over the Rocky Mountains and into the first basemans eyes. Helton said theres no other ballpark that gives him fits as Coors Field does this time of year. "Its one of those things thats a worse-case scenario, a nightmare: bases loaded, pitchers hitting," he said. "But I couldnt see it. I put my glove up where I thought the ball was going to go. Its just a bad break." Once on first, Lowe saw exactly what Helton was talking about. "When I was at first base, I mean, you cant see," Lowe said. "He was kind of mad at the guy that threw it. He was mad that he threw it to first base. When you play here all the time you probably know early on dont throw it to first base (at that time). Its definitely a stadium fault. "When we were over there, we were talking about it, you cant see. Even if the pitcher threw over there, you cant see. And it was a huge part of the game. You take those two runs away and who knows what would have happened?" Lowe, who handcuffed the Rockies for 6 1-3 innings, joked that he should have been given a base hit and two RBIs. After all, he argued, if an outfielder loses the ball in thhe sun and it drops to the grass, thats not an error. Jason Hammel was walking off the mound toward the dugout, figuring hed induced just the ground ball he wanted from his counterpart. "Yeah, it was bad luck. But that wasnt really the story of the game," said Hammel, who lacked control and couldnt locate any of his pitches. Lowe (6-7) gave up four runs and eight hits over 6 1-3 solid innings on a 92-degree night, finally fading in the seventh when he left with a 7-2 lead and watched his bullpen allow two more runs. Rookie Craig Kimbrel recorded his 16th straight scoreless appearance, striking out the side in the ninth for his 29th save in 34 chances. Hammel (5-9) appeared to get out of a bases-loaded, no-out jam when he induced the routine ground ball from Lowe with two outs in the second inning, but Helton lost Wiggingtons throw, allowing Freddie Freeman and Dan Uggla to score. Because the throw was on line, Helton was charged with the error, the second costly miscue by the usually sure-handed first baseman in three days. One night after his first career game-winning hit, a single that lifted Atlanta past Washington 9-8, Freeman delivered again for the Braves, driving a fastball in the third inning into the rock pile in centre for a two-run homer, the rookies 14th. He finished with three hits and three RBIs. One out later, Eric Hinske sent another first-pitch offering into the right-field seats for his ninth homer and a 5-0 lead. Hammel allowed six runs, four earned, and eight hits in five innings. The Rockies were limited to Heltons RBI single until the seventh, when Carlos Gonzalez and Troy Tulowitzki hit run-scoring bloop singles and Helton added a sacrifice fly. Notes: Braves RF Jason Heyward was scratched from the lineup because of a bruised left foot. Heyward, who was hit by a pitch Sunday against Washington, was replaced by Nate McLouth. ... 3B Chipper Jones, on the 15-day DL following arthroscopic surgery on his right knee July 9, has joined Atlantas triple-A team to begin a rehab assignment later this week. ... Hammel hasnt won consecutive starts since April. Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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