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Posted: Feb. 16 2019,03:28

CARY, N.C. -- Russ Cochran shot his second straight 6-under 66 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead after the second round of the Champions Tours SAS Championship. The 54-year-old left-hander, the 2010 winner at Prestonwood Country Club, birdied five of the first six holes, dropped a stroke on the par-5 seventh and added birdies on Nos. 15 and 17. He won the Principal Charity Classic in Iowa in June for his fourth victory on the 50-and-over tour. "They were going in from everywhere," Cochran said about his fast start. "It just felt comfortable and felt easy. Then the bogey on No. 7 stopped the momentum. "I kind of let it slip," he said. "Its not often you get in that groove where you know something goods going to happen. And youve got to shoot so low to win. Theres five or six world-class players obviously that are right there, and I know Ill have to really play well (Sunday)." Defending champion Bernhard Langer, Kirk Triplett and David Frost were tied for second. They each shot their second straight 67. Triplett is coming off a successful title defence two weeks ago in the First Tee Open at Pebble Beach. Triplett said its hard for him to turn things around when hes playing poorly. But with six top-10 finishes in the past seven tournaments, he said his confidence is high. "I didnt play my best round the last two days, but I got a lot out of them," Triplett said. "Im not afraid to make a few putts, and Im not afraid to be in contention and looking forward to tomorrow. I feel like if I can play a little bit better and continue to putt the same way, I can shoot a very low score." Michael Allen was three strokes back at 9 under after a 68, and Charles Schwab Cup points leader Kenny Perry (68) was 8 under along with Olin Browne (66), Anders Forsbrand (67) and Craig Stadler (68). Perry won the 2011 event for his first Champions Tour title. Niagara Falls, Ont., native Rod Spittle finished the day in a tie for 50th place, and Victorias Jim Rutledge sits tied for 62nd after shooting 2 over in the round. Jeff Sluman was disqualified after he told rules officials Saturday morning that he had accidentally used two models of balls during his round Friday. No penalty strokes were assessed Friday, and he signed an incorrect scorecard. He was 4 under after the first day, two shots behind the leaders. Vincent Valentine Jersey . Quarterback Drew Willy appeared to injure his throwing hand on the third last play of practice Thursday. Troy Niklas Jersey . Leaning forward with both hands on his knees, Buffon appeared to be resting or somehow trying to withstand the rain. 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First baseman/outfielder Garrett Jones and minor league pitcher Domingo German will also go to the Yankees in the deal, with the Marlins to receive pitcher David Phelps and cash considerations from New York as well. The move greatly changes the composition of the Yankees roster. Eovaldis addition presumably lessens the chances of New York pursuing Max Scherzer, the top free agent pitcher left on the market, while Prados departure opens the door for prospects Rob Refsnyder and Jose Pirela to take over at second base. Jones, a left-handed bat with 115 home runs over the past six seasons, could be used in a platoon with the recently reinstated Alex Rodriguez at designated hitter while spelling an injury-prone Mark Teixeira at first base. Eovaldi, who turns 25 in February, adds a durable power arm to a New York rotation in which three key members -- Masahiro Tanaka, CC Sabathia and Ivan Nova -- missed significant time with injuries last season. The right-hander logged 199 2/3 innings over 33 starts with the Marlins in 2014, though he allowed the most hits (223) in the National League and struggled greatly in the seasons second half. In 14 starts after the All-Star break, Eovaldi went 1-10 with a 5.51 ERA and permitted hitters to bat .310. Though tthe Yankees have been perceived as a front-runner for Scherzer, who is reportedly seeking a $200 million contract, general manager Brian Cashman and team president Randy Levine have both publicly stated in recent days that the club does not intend to sign the 2013 AL Cy Young winner.dddddddddddd Prado provides a still-young Miami roster with a solid veteran presence who will likely play third base in his return to the National League, with Casey McGehee shifting to first to replace Jones. A .291 career hitter over nine seasons in the majors, Prado batted .316 with seven homers in 37 games with the Yankees after being obtained from Arizona at the July 31 trade deadline. The versatile 31-year-old previously hit over .300 four times in a five-year span with the Atlanta Braves from 2008-12. Phelps was shuttled between the rotation and the bullpen during his three-year stint with the Yankees, with the right-hander compiling a 15-14 record with a 4.21 ERA in 87 appearances (40 starts) over that span. Jones batted .246 with 15 homers and 53 RBI in 146 games last season, his first with the Marlins after spending the previous five with Pittsburgh. The 33-year-old belted a career-best 27 homers with 86 RBI for the Pirates in 2012. German, 22, was rated as the No. 8 overall prospect in the Marlins system by MLB.com. The Dominican native posted a 9-3 record with a 2.48 ERA in 25 starts for Greensboro of the Low Class-A South Atlantic League in 2014. 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