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TORONTO -- Zach Collaros has shown a penchant for leading his team to comeback wins, while Adam Bighill is a headache for opposing offences week after week. They were rewarded for their consistent play Wednesday by the CFL, joining Rene Paredes and John Cornish as recipients of player of the month awards for September. Toronto quarterback Collaros took the offensive award, helping his team to a 4-0 record over the month. Not only did he ably replace injured star quarterback Ricky Ray, but all four wins were come-from-behind victories on the road. The Argos became the first team in league history to sweep a four-game road trip, a scheduling rarity in the CFL. Collaros recorded 1,043 passing yards over the month, completing 90 of 140 attempts (64.3 per cent) with eight touchdowns and three interceptions. His best performance was in Week 12 when he passed for 330 yards and threw four touchdowns in Torontos win over Calgary. B.C. linebacker Bighill earned defensive honours after posting 24 tackles, five special team tackles, two sacks, an interception, two forced fumbles and a touchdown to help the Lions clinch a playoff spot and move ahead of Saskatchewan in the West Division standings. Bighill was recognized as defensive player of the week twice in September. His best performance came in last weekends win over Winnipeg, as he recorded 10 tackles, a sack, two forced fumbles, while returning a fumble 30 yards for a touchdown. Bighill is fifth in the league in tackles with 67 and is tied for second on the Lions with five sacks on the season. Calgary kicker Paredes was named the special teams player of the month after he went 12 for 13 on field-goal attempts in September. In a Week 11 win over Edmonton, Paredes hit all five field-goal attempts, including a 50-yarder. Paredes, a product of Concordia, leads the league in kicking points with 152 and is 38 of 40 (95%) on field goals this season. Stampeders running back Cornish was named the Canadian player of the month. The New Westminster, B.C., native rushed for 398 yards on 58 carries and collected 85 yards and a touchdown on 13 receptions as Calgary went 3-1 over the month. Cornishs best performance came in the Week 11 win over Edmonton. He rushed for 131 yards on 14 carries and had six receptions for 46 yards and a touchdown. Cornish has rushed for 1,207 this season and trails league leader Kory Sheets by only 15 yards. Matt Bryant Falcons Jersey .It will be carried by 3,000 people during its 41-day journey to the Games, and astronaut Chris Hadfield has been named as the first honorary torchbearer.What a thrill, Hadfield told a cheering crowd that included Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, Olympic athletes and officials from the Games organizing committee. 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"Thats one of the strangest things Ive ever seen," Price said. "Im sure thats going to go down as one of those plays we see between innings for years to come." Johnny Cuetos fourth complete game of the season was overshadowed in the seventh inning when the Indians had a rally squelched after an errant warmup pitch from Cincinnatis bullpen came on the field, resulting in Murphy being caught off third base. Lonnie Chisenhall drew a leadoff walk, and Murphy singled. Yan Gomes double cut the lead to 6-2 and moved Murphy to third as a ball thrown by reliever Jumbo Diaz rolled behind second base. The confused Murphy mistakenly thought the ball was live and edged off third. Third baseman Ramon Santiago took the relay throw and made the tag. "The timing of it was crazy," Murphy said. "I just didnt know where the ball came from. It was unbelievable." Santiago was one of the few people on the field who knew the situation and called for shortstop Zach Cozart to make a throw. "I was yelling, Give me the ball," he said. "I saw the other ball, but I knew we had a play." Indians manager Terry Francona spoke briefly with crew chief Gerry Davis, but the call stood. "He said he understood our frustration, but they cant kill a play until the conclusion," Francona said. "It was perfect timing, and its the responsibility of our coaches and runners to know whats going on. I cant fault Murph, though, because he saw the ball there and thought they couldnt throw him out." Cueto (13-6) retired the next two hitters. "I was confused," he said of the strange play. "I thought a fan threw the ball." "Just when you think youve seen it all in baseball, you havent," Santiago said. "You always see somethingg new.dddddddddddd Thats why its a beautiful game." Santiago hit a three-run homer in the second off Josh Tomlin (5-8) to break a 1-all tie for his first home run since Aug. 16 last season while playing for Detroit. Cincinnati, which has been playing without All-Stars Joey Votto and Brandon Phillips, is 6-12 since the break, as it struggles to stay in the NL playoff chase. The Reds broke a 10-game losing streak at Progressive Field. BIG PLAY Price admitted the bizarre play gave the Reds a boost. "It may have saved our bacon a little bit," he said. "At this point in time of the season well do whatever we have to do to win a game." Catcher Brayan Pena thought Diaz should be given some credit for his warmup pitch that missed its target by a couple of hundred feet. "Johnny should buy Jumbo a big steak," he said. MR. PERFECT Cueto allowed two runs and hasnt lost since July 2. Cincinnati is unbeaten in Cuetos six career starts against Cleveland. TRAINERS ROOM Reds: Votto (strained left knee) who has been on the 15-day disabled list since July 8, is rehabilitating in Cincinnati. Manager Bryan Price said Votto is still experiencing soreness in the knee, and there is no timetable for his return. Indians: Designated hitter Nick Swisher (strained right wrist) is expected to be available Wednesday after missing two games. Center fielder Michael Bourn (strained left hamstring) began a rehab assignment at Double-A Akron on Tuesday and could rejoin the Indians next week. He hasnt played since July 5. ON DECK Reds: Right-hander Mat Latos (3-3) starts Wednesday as the series shifts to Cincinnati. He will be making his 10th start after opening the season on the DL. Latos owns a 3.11 career ERA at Great American Ball Park, which is the lowest by any pitcher with at least 15 starts there. Indians: Right-hander Danny Salazar (4-4) looks for his fourth straight win since returning from the minors. He has a 2.00 ERA while striking out 17 over 18 innings in his last three starts. Salazar has yet to face Cincinnati. Cheap Soccer Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys cheap jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China ' ' '

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