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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. cheap jerseys . -- Arizona pitcher Bronson Arroyo is expected to miss a week to 10 days because of a back injury. Arroyo was scratched from a scheduled start Tuesday and had an MRI, which revealed a slightly bulging disk. Manager Kirk Gibson says "we still feel like theres enough time for him to be ready for the beginning of the season." The 37-year-old right-hander, who agreed last month to a $23.5 million, two-year contract, has never has been on the disabled list in his professional career. wholesale jerseys . He lost to Georges St-Pierre and Jake (The Juggernaut) Ellenberger. cheap nfl jerseys . Jenner notched the winner by banking a backhander in off of traffic in front 7:21 into the third period. Brandon Dubinsky and Jenner scored in the first period and Cam Atkinson added a goal in the second before Jokinen scored three straight goals in a span of 8:28 in the second to tie the game. DE PERE, Wis. -- Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig says he doesnt think more video review of umpires calls is needed, at least not right now. Selig spoke a small group Wednesday at a sport and society conference at St. Norbert College. Previously reluctant to add replay, Selig instituted it in August 2008 for boundary calls on potential home runs, such as whether balls went over the fence or were fair. MLB sought to increase video review this season to include trapped balls, fair-or-foul rulings down the lines and fan interference all over the ballpark. But it requires approval of MLB and the unions representing the umpires and the players, and any expansion was delayed until 2013 at the earliest. "Ive had very, very little pressure from people who want to do more," Selig said. Selig indicated adding replay for balls hit down the line -- "bullets, as I call em" -- and trapped balls may be ahead. Selig again repeated his oft-spoken -- and oft-ignored -- intention to retire. Selig, who turns 78 in July, has been commissioner since 1992. His term was extended again in January through 2014. Though virtually no one in baseball believes him, Selig says this is his last extension. "Number one, Id have to convince my wife, and number two, I do want to teach," he said. "Thatll take me to age 80. I would think then you better send somebody to get me beccause this is it. wholesale nfl jerseys. I will say that." If he stays until September 2016, he would surpass Kenesaw Mountain Landis (1920-44) as the longest-serving baseball commissioner. Selig has been teaching sports law at Marquette University Law School in his native Milwaukee the last four years. He hopes to teach a course on sports in American society at University of Wisconsin in Madison next year. Selig said MLB will have revenue of $7.5 billion this year, dwarfing the $1.2 billion when he took over as acting commissioner. He was looking forward to Wednesday nights matchup between Philadelphia and Washington. Cole Hamels is scheduled to make the start for the Phillies against teenage rookie Bryce Harper and the NL East-leading Nationals. Hamels drew a five-game suspension for deliberately hitting Harper with a pitch on May 6. "I think its going to be very interesting when Harper comes up (to bat)," said Selig, eliciting laughter from his audience at the college. Selig then referenced Hamels postgame admission of intentionally plunking Harper. "Sometimes, some things are better unsaid," Selig said. "But I have to let that thing play out. I think the discipline was fair. I think we handled it well. Cole Hamels has been great since then. Harpers been good. Both clubs have been good. I didnt hear from either club." ' ' '
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