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CARSON, Calif. -- Jhonny Gonzalez stopped Abner Mares late in the first round Saturday night, reclaiming the WBC featherweight title in stunning fashion. Leo Santa Cruz also won the WBC 122-pound title at the StubHub Center south of Hollywood, stopping Victor Terrazas in the third round. Gonzalez (55-8, 47 KOs) dropped the previously unbeaten Mares twice late in the first round, flattening the 126-pound belt-holder with a left hook. Mares appeared to be hurt when he got back up, and the Mexican challenger knocked him down again with a combination along the ropes. Referee Jack Reiss stopped the fight with 5 seconds left in the first round. Gonzalez is known for his impressive knockout power, but the 31-year-old veteran from Mexico City also has been stopped three times in his up-and-down career. Gonzalez held the WBC title for nearly 18 months before losing it to Daniel Ponce De Leon in a technical decision last September, and he was knocked down during one of his two previous victories this year. Mares (26-1-1) held titles at 118 and 122 pounds before claiming the featherweight belt last May, stopping Ponce De Leon for his third world title belt. The popular Los Angeles-area fighter had sizable crowd support, but Gonzalez silenced his fans with two dramatic knockdowns. Santa Cruz (25-0-1, 15 KOs), the former IBF 118-pound champion from nearby Lincoln Heights, picked up another impressive victory with a swift stoppage of Terrazas. After controlling the first two rounds, Santa Cruz knocked his opponent down twice in the third round with a left hook and a big right hand. Terrazas got up both times, but referee Lou Moret stepped in with 51 seconds left in the third. Terrazas (37-3-1), whose face was swollen after the first two rounds, won the vacant WBC title with a split decision over Cristian Mijares in April. Santa Cruz has knocked out four of his last five opponents. He could be the next opponent for Mares, since promoters Golden Boy and Top Rank refuse to work together for a much-discussed fight pitting Mares against 122-pound star Nonito Donaire. Brad Evans Jersey . Howard had 17 points and a career-high-tying 26 rebounds in his Houston debut, James Harden added 21 points and the Rockets cruised to a 96-83 win over the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday night. Oniel Fisher Jersey . -- Byron Scott is taking over the Los Angeles Lakers with the vocal support of his fellow Showtime greats. http://www.soundersmlsshop.com/roman-to ... rs-jersey/. Ronaldo netted his 14th goal of the season in Europes top competition to give Madrid a clear advantage ahead of next weeks quarterfinal return leg in Germany. 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"Its all about making the push, little by little," Chris Dickerson said after hitting a pair of solo homers off Max Scherzer. Cleveland won the first game 6-2 thanks in large part to Corey Klubers strong outing. Dickerson sent two of Scherzers pitches -- in the third and sixth innings -- over walls to give Cleveland a 2-1 lead in the second game of the day-night doubleheader. The reigning AL Cy Young Award winner said Dickerson became the first player in his career to hit one of his curveballs over a fence in the major leagues. "Hes a good enough hitter that hes going to capitalize," Scherzer said. Cleveland acquired Dickerson earlier this month in a trade with the Pittsburgh Pirates for a player to be named or cash to add depth while Michael Bourn is out with a strained left hamstring. The 32-year-old journeyman entered the game hitless in nine at-bats against Scherzer. "Just coming out here and getting the chance to play every day, its a confidence booster," Dickerson said. The Tigers tied it in the seventh when Austin Jackson hit a two-out triple to score Eugenio Suarez from first after he beat a throw on a potential double play to extend the inning. The Indians loaded the bases in the ninth against Joe Nathan (4-3) with Roberto Perezs leadoff double, Jason Kipnis walk and Michael Brantleys free pass and Santana took advantage, sending a pitch off the right-centre wall after it popped out of Jacksons glove to turn a 3-all game into a 6-3 lead. "I rushed my glove up to try and make the catch," Jackson recalled. "I missed it, and hit the wall." Carlos Carrasco (3-3) pitched a perfect eighth and Cody Allen closed the game for his 13th save in 14 chances, but Indians manager Terry Francona was not in the mood to celebrate. ";Weve got to show up in about 10 hours," he said late Saturday night.dddddddddddd Scherzer gave up six hits, a season-high matching four walks and two runs -- both to Clevelands No. 9 hitter -- over 5 2-3 innings that included a season-high 118 pitches. He pitched with neck spasms. "Theres no excuses on ailments," Scherzer said, adding hes not concerned the problem will linger. Detroits Ian Krol and Joba Chamberlain combined to pitch 2 2-3 innings of scoreless relief before Nathan gave up two hits, two walks -- one intentional -- and struck out two in the pivotal ninth. Zach McAllister, the 26th man on the roster for the doubleheader, allowed only one run on three hits and three walks while striking out six over 5 1-13 innings. John Axford inherited Miguel Cabrera on second base and allowed him to get to third on a wild pitch, then stranded him by striking out J.D. Martinez and Torii Hunter to end the inning. Scott Atchison likely would have gotten out of the seventh inning without giving up a run if Kipnis did not appear to bobble the ball on a potential double play at second base that allowed Suarez to reach and later score on Jacksons triple. The Indians could lean on their bullpen in the nightcap because Kluber pitched so well in the first game. He came within an out of a complete game, striking out 10 to lift the Indians to a 6-2 win in the opener. Kluber allowed seven hits -- three by Miguel Cabrera -- and equaled his career high of 114 pitches. Bryan Shaw finally relieved him, but with another game still to come, Cleveland didnt have to use anyone else out of its bullpen. "That was the only guy we warmed up," Francona said. "That really helps." Kluber (10-6) has thrown one complete game in his career, on April 24 against Kansas City. Drew VerHagen (0-1) allowed three runs and five hits, lasting five innings in his major league debut. 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