CHAUX-NEUVE, France -- Alessandro Pittin of Italy earned his first victory in the Nordic combined World Cup on Friday, and Jason Lamy Chappuis of France extended his lead in the overall standings. Pittin was 13th after the ski jump but rallied in the last lap of the 10-kilometre cross country to complete the race in 22 minutes 29.6 seconds. The 21-year-old Italian was runner-up last month in Lillehammer, Norway, and Seefeld, Austria. Lamy Chappuis led after the jumps and finished second, 4.4 seconds behind Pittin, to increase his overall lead. Fabian Riessle of Germany took third. Two more Nordic combined events in Chaux-Neuve are scheduled for this weekend. Golden State Warriors Jersey
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"We executed some, missed on a couple opportunities, but you keep getting yourself those opportunities, somebodys going to get the big hit," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. "Today it was Doumit." The Twins, who were playing their first game in Washington since 1971, have won eight of 11. Pinch hitter Chris Hermann drew a walk off Craig Stammen (3-2) to open the 11th. Jamey Carroll bunted him to second and Mauer was intentionally walked. Doumit then hit a soft line drive to short centre, scoring Hermann. "Its a nice little cherry on top. I think anybody that kind of follows the game and has a good idea, you knew that that was going to happen," Doumit said of getting the hit after the walk to Mauer. "You knew that once Jamey bunted and Joes a career .395 hitter or whatever he is." Doumit has hit safely in 10 of his last 11 games, batting .319 (15 for 47) with three doubles, five home runs and 16 runs batted in. "Hes been swinging the bat really good and we had some opportunities," Gardenhire said. Jayson Werth homered and former Twin Denard Span added three hits for Washington, which has lost two straight and six of eight. Theyve scored three runs or less in seven straight games. "Its very frustrating," Washington manager Davey Johnson said. "Its getting my dander up. Were better than this." The Nationals collected 10 hits, but went just 1 for 7 with runners in scoring position. "We got some hits, but didnt string them together," said Adam LaRoche. "We need to start getting three and four in an inning, pushing some guys across." Trailing 3-2, the Nationals tied it against Twins starter Kevin Correia in the seventh. Anthony Rendon led off with a single and was bunted to second. Kurt Suuzuki hit a high bouncer that shortstop Pedro Florimon charged, but he was unable to come up with it and Rendon scored while Suzuki raced to second with a double as the ball rolled into left field.dddddddddddd "Whether he looked off of it or whatever, he just missed the ball. Hes got to at least the put the glove on it," Gardenhire said. Correia pitched 6 1-3 innings in his best start in over a month, allowing three earned runs on eight hits. He struck out a season-high seven and didnt walk a batter. Mauer broke a 2-2 tie when he hit a solo homer off Washington starter Gio Gonzalez with one out in the fifth. Gonzalez gave up three runs, two earned, on five hits in six innings. He walked four and struck out seven. Hes winless in his last six starts despite allowing more than two earned runs only once during that stretch. The Nationals broke on top in the third. Span singled with two outs and Werth lined a 1-2 pitch from Correia over the wall for his fifth home run. Minnesota came back with two in the fourth. After Josh Willingham singled off Ryan Zimmermans glove, Justin Morneau hit a smash toward first that got by LaRoche. Willingham scored from first as the ball rolled to the right-field corner. ""I didnt make the play. I gave them that one, cost us the game," LaRoche said. "So that ones on me." Morneau ended up on second on the error and, after Aaron Hicks walked, scored when Brian Dozier singled past a diving Zimmerman. NOTES: The Twins last played in Washington on July 19, 1971, when they lost 5-2 to the Senators. The Minnesota franchise began play in 1901 as the original Washington Senators and left D.C. after the 1960 season. ... Washington RHP Stephen Strasburg (right lat strain) threw a bullpen session Saturday. Manager Davey Johnson said Strasburg had no symptoms from the injury and is on track to throw a simulated game Tuesday in Colorado and start at Cleveland on June 16. ... Johnson said OF Bryce Harper (bursitis) reported the swelling in his left knee was down. Harper will see Dr. James Andrews on Monday for a second opinion on the ailing knee. . Mauers homer was career number 100. ... Willinghams run was the 500th of his career. ... The Nationals Ian Desmond extended his hitting streak to 10 games. ... LHP Scott Diamond (4-4, 4.66) will start the opener of Sundays day-night doubleheader for the Twins against RHP Jordan Zimmerman (8-3, 2.16). In the night game, a makeup of Fridays rainout, Minnesotas RHP Samuel Deduno (2-1, 3.44) will go against RHP Nate Karns (0-1, 6.00). ' ' '