Lincecum Ks seven Mariners in Giants' 6-1 win

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Lincecum Ks seven Mariners in Giants' 6-1 win

March 6, 2011BOXSCORE GIANTSVIDEOMLBPAGE MLBSCOREBOARD

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) Tim Lincecum struck out seven and worked out of a one-out, bases-loaded jam in the third inning to lead the San Francisco Giants to a 6-1 win over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday.The two-time NL Cy Young Award-winner was one strike away from a rare four-strikeout inning in the fourth after allowing leadoff hitter Jack Cust to reach base on a wild pitch on the third strike. He fanned Seattle's Adam Kennedy and Milton Bradley to get out of the third-inning jam.Lincecum gave up three hits and walked three in 3 2-3 innings for the defending World Series champions. Closer Brian Wilson, who'd been out with a bad back, made his spring training debut and struck out two in one inning.Mariners starter Nate Robertson allowed four runs on four hits in his second spring training start.

Raiders sign rookie OT Sharpe, LB Lee, all four seventh-round draft picks

Raiders sign rookie OT Sharpe, LB Lee, all four seventh-round draft picks

The Raiders signed several members of their 2017 draft class, the team announced on Friday. Later round picks put pen to paper following the first week of OTAs, which began on Monday.

Fourth-round offensive tackle David Sharpe and fifth-round linebacker Marquel Lee highlight this group of signings, as both players inked four-year rookie contracts.

All four seventh-round picks also signed their first professional contract. That group includes running back Elijah Hood, safety Shalom Luani, offensive lineman Jylan Ware and defensive tackle Treyvon Hester.

These deals aren’t hard to work out. The NFL and the league’s players union agreed on a rookie wage scale in the last collective bargaining agreement that slots salaries by draft order, which leaves little negotiating room within the set payment structure.

The team’s top picks remain unsigned, though they’ll get done in time. First round cornerback Gareon Conley, second-round safety Obi Melifonwu and third-round defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes remain unsigned.

Here’s a list of estimated contract values over a four-year rookie deal for each signed draft pick, per spotrac.com:

OT David Sharpe (No. 129 overall): $2,986,415 total; $586,415 signing bonus
LB Marquel Lee (No. 168 overall): $2,653,693 total; $253,693 signing bonus
S Shalom Luani (No. 221 overall): $2,494,414 total; $94,414 signing bonus
OT Jylan Ware (No. 231 overall): $2,484,295 total; $84,295 signing bonus
RB Elijah Hood (No. 242 overall): $2,469,750 total; $69,750 signing bonus
DT Treyvon Hester (No. 244 overall): $2,468,601 total; $69,750 signing bonus

A's lineup: Vogt back in to catch Manaea against Yankees

A's lineup: Vogt back in to catch Manaea against Yankees

Sean Manaea has been bumped up to start Friday night at Yankees Stadium and his battery mate Stephen Vogt is back in the squat.

Oakland A's (21-25)

1. Rajai Davis (R) CF
2. Matt Joyce (L) RF
3. Jed Lowrie (S) 2B
4. Khris Davis (R) LF
5. Ryon Healy (R) 1B
6. Trevor Plouffe (R) 3B
7. Stephen Vogt (L) C
8. Mark Canha (R) DH
9. Adam Rosales (R) SS
Sean Manaea -- LHP

New York Yankees (27-17)

1. Brett Gardner (L) LF
2. Aaron Hicks (S) CF
3. Matt Holliday (R) DH
4. Starlin Castro (R) 2B
5. Aaron Judge (R) RF
6. Didi Gregorius (L) SS
7. Chase Headley (S) 3B
8. Chris Carter (R) 1B
9. Austin Romine (R) C
Masahiro Tanaka -- RHP