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MIAMI -- Even before the Miami Dolphins fired Tony Sparano on Monday, names of potential successors were being bandied about. Bill Cowher? Jeff Fisher? Jon Gruden? "Id like to find a young Don Shula if thats possible," owner Stephen Ross said. Its no wonder Ross craves some stability. Since Shula retired in 1996, no coach has made it through five full seasons in Miami. That includes Sparano, fired three games from the end of his fourth season, and one day after the Dolphins lost to the Philadelphia Eagles to fall to 4-9. The defeat ended a recent surge by the Dolphins after they lost their first seven games. With two other NFL teams already in the market for a new coach, Ross didnt want to wait any longer to start shopping. Sparanos dismissal came hours after the Kansas City Chiefs fired coach Todd Haley. Jacksonville fired coach Jack Del Rio on Nov. 29. General manager Jeff Irelands status had also been in question, but hell be retained and take part in the coaching search, Ross said. Todd Bowles, who had been assistant head coach and secondary coach, becomes interim head coach. Hes the sixth coach since 2004 for the Dolphins, who havent won a playoff game since 2000 and havent reached the Super Bowl since 1984. The Dolphins play Sunday at Buffalo, but theyre already assured of their third consecutive losing season, the longest such streak since the 1960s. "The results speak for themselves," Ross said at a hastily called news conference. "Were looking to becoming a winning organization, and I thought this was the best time to make the change and let us go in a direction that will allow us to become that." Joining Ross at the news conference was Ireland, who hired Sparano in Miami and also worked with him in Dallas. "Its a difficult day for me," Ireland said. "Hes a friend of mine. He has been a colleague of mine from before we got here together." Ross is expected to pursue a coach with star power. But with Ireland remaining in charge of personnel, someone of Cowhers calibre might not be interested in the job. On the other hand, Ireland stressed the need for an experienced coach, which might rule out hiring an assistant. "Youre looking for the best candidate out there, a guy who has been in the trenches before," Ireland said. "Youre looking for some of the same qualities I saw in Tony -- a tireless worker, a guy who understands offence and defence. Well talk about those things as the weeks go by, and exactly what were looking for, and iron out a plan that best fits what Mr. Ross is looking for." Bowles, in his fourth season with the Dolphins, is among those who will be interviewed. Sagging attendance helped doom Sparano, and Ross said he wants a turnaround at the ticket office as well as in the standings. "Certainly when youre winning, its a lot easier to sell tickets," Ross said. "If you win, everything takes care of itself, and thats what were really trying to bring back." Sparano began the season aware he was on borrowed time. After Miamis late-season fade to 7-9 last year, Ross and Ireland embarked on a public courtship with Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh. When Harbaugh instead joined the San Francisco 49ers, Ross gave Sparano a contract extension through 2013. But Ross made clear he expected substantial improvement this season, saying the Dolphins had "the nucleus of a great winning team." Sparano was fired even though he retained the support of his players, who staged a surprising turnaround after their 0-7 start. "Sad and disappointing news on Coach Sparanos termination," running back Reggie Bush tweeted. "Hes a great coach and an even better man! He will be greatly missed." In Sparanos first season as an NFL head coach, he led the Dolphins to a surprising 11-5 record, the 2008 AFC East title and their only playoff game since 2001. He departs with a record of 29-32. Shortly before he was fired, Sparano held his regular Monday news conference. When asked if he wanted to comment on reports he would be fired after the season, he said no. "I want to coach against the Buffalo Bills this week. Thats my sole focus," he said. Sparanos departure represents further dismantling of the regime built by Bill Parcells after he joined the Dolphins in late 2007, as they staggered to the end of a 1-15 season. Ross took over as owner in early 2009, and Parcells turned control of football operations over to Ireland before last season. As in 2007, the Dolphins have issues at quarterback, in the offensive line and elsewhere. But Ross said the situation is not as bleak now. "Everybody recognizes theres a great foundation here to build upon," Ross said. 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At 11:06 of the first period, Neal struck Marchand with his knee when Marchand was down on the ice. Marchand remained in the game. Neal was assessed a kneeing penalty for his hit on Marchand. TORONTO -- The Toronto Blue Jays won ugly Tuesday night, overcoming sloppy play and a blown six-run lead in a 7-6 walkoff victory over the New York Yankees. Jose Reyes made two throwing errors -- including a key miscue in New Yorks five-run seventh inning -- but made up for it by scoring the winning run in the bottom of the ninth. New York made the final mistake as Yangervis Solarte threw wide to first base after Melky Cabrera laid a bunt down the third-base line. That allowed Reyes, who led off with a double, to trot home with the winning run to the delight of the 34,206 fans at Rogers Centre. "It wasnt a real well-played game, but the name of the game is winning," said Blue Jays manager John Gibbons. Dioner Navarro hit a three-run shot for Toronto (44-35), which moved 2 1/2 games up on second-place Baltimore in the American League East. The Orioles dropped a 4-2 decision to the Chicago White Sox. The Yankees fourth loss in a row moved them 3 1/2 games behind Toronto. Reliever Adam Warren (1-4) shouldered the loss for New York (39-37). "It was sloppy on both sides," said Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira. "That was an ugly game to watch. If youre a fan, you should get your money back." The Blue Jays will go for a sweep of the three-game series Wednesday night. Navarro put the Blue Jays on the board in the fourth inning with his blast off New York starter David Phelps. Toronto tacked on three more runs in the fifth inning when Colby Rasmus laced a shot that hit the top of the wall in right field. Two runs came across on the play and Edwin Encarnacion rounded third when Rasmus broke for second base. The cutoff man threw to Derek Jeter at second, who had Rasmus caught in a rundown. With Encarnacion leaning for home, Jeter decided to hang on to the ball and go for the tag on Rasmus. However, he couldnt catch up to the Toronto centre-fielder, who dived back to the bag at first base as Encarnacion scored. Jeter rebounded with a solo homer in the sixth inning and the Yankees took advantage of two Toronto errors in the seventh to tie the game. Brian Roberts got things started by hitting a two-run homer off Toronto starter Mark Buehrle to cut the Blue Jays lead to 6-3. With Brett Gardner at second base and Jeter at first, Jacoby Ellsbury drove a single to left field off Dustin McGowan. Cabrera tried to get Gardner at the plate but the throw went to the backstop allowing the run to score on the error as both runners advanced. McGowan got Teixeira to hit a chopper to second base but Reyes was short with his throw to Encarnacion at first and two more runs crossed the plate. It gave Reyes even more incentive when he came up to bat in the ninth. "I tried to make something happen after that mistake,"Reyes said. "They tied the game there in that situation. I have to make a better throw than that. It is what it is. Like I said, when I came up in the ninth inning I just tried to make something happen. "I put a good swing on the ball and hit a double with noobody out.dddddddddddd" Reyes also gave credit to Cabrera for making a great play that forced the errant throw. "He laid down a perfect bunt," he said. "In that situation we need that." It was the 13th multi-hit game of the season for Reyes, who ended an 0-for-19 skid with a single in the fifth inning. "Joses a driven individual," Gibbons said. "Plus hes overdue, his bat has cooled off. So it was just a matter of time. He dunked that one in earlier in the game, but hes been missing his pitches. "Hes been a little too aggressive. But perfect timing for it, you know." Encarnacion was accidentally elbowed in the back of the head by Teixeira in the seventh inning. The Toronto slugger was face down on the dirt for several seconds as a hush came over the crowd. Gibbons and a team trainer came out onto the field to check on him and Encarnacion eventually shook it off and stayed in the game. He had a fat lip afterwards but said there were no other issues. "Right now I feel good, I feel great -- 100 per cent," he said. Aaron Loup relieved McGowan in the seventh and got Carlos Beltran to hit a comebacker for the third out. The Blue Jays loaded the bases in the eighth inning but reliever Dellin Betances struck out Munenori Kawasaki to end the threat. Casey Janssen (2-0) came on in the ninth inning and gave up a single to Gardner, who eventually moved to third base with two out. With the crowd on its feet, Janssen fanned Teixiera with a 72 mile-per-hour curveball. "Thats big to win that game," Gibbons said. "We dont win that one last year, I know that." Notes: Lind fouled a ball off his sore right foot in the seventh inning but stayed in the game. 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Buehrle also leads all major-league pitchers in pace, taking an average of 17.0 seconds between pitches. ... Phelps worked five innings, allowing eight hits, six earned runs and a walk while striking out seven. ... Drew Hutchison (5-5, 3.86) is scheduled to start Wednesdays series finale against New Yorks Hiroki Kuroda (4-5, 4.23). China Jerseys  Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '


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