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TORONTO - The calendar is becoming Brandon Morrows enemy. The Blue Jays right-hander, considered the clubs number two starter behind R.A. Dickey at the start of the season, continues to feel pain in his right forearm. "(He) still isnt feeling right," said general manager Alex Anthopoulos. "Were going to get him examined again. Again, weve gotten MRIs done before but it just doesnt feel 100 per cent." Therein lies the problem. Imaging and other testing have shown only inflammation. Morrow throws bullpen sessions but doesnt bounce back. Speculation the pain could be tied to the ulnar ligament in his elbow, which if torn would require Tommy John surgery, is refuted. "It hasnt progressed," said Anthopoulos. "Were going to give him a little more rest, maybe get him examined again. Its one of those things, it might just be rest. Weve talked to our trainers about it. Hes a lot better than he was and he feels better but he still doesnt feel like its 100 per cent." A lot must happen for Morrow to return this season. First, he needs to feel healthy enough to throw a simulated game. If he passes that test, hed begin a minor league rehabilitation assignment. Having not pitched in a big league game since May 28 and with only two innings under his belt (Dunedin on June 17), Morrow would essentially be starting over. If Morrow doesnt get back on a mound soon, hell run out of time on the season. Injuries have limited Morrow to 31 starts since the beginning of 2012. He battled an oblique problem last year. Now its the mystery forearm pain. Does Morrow need to learn how to pitch hurt? "Hes done 180 or 184 (innings,) whatever it was," said Anthopoulos, referring to Morrows 2011 season when he pitched 179 1/3 innings. "Does 16 innings to get to 200 change much? I dont know. I dont know that I would put the label on him like that. If hed only been a 120-inning guy or 110 prior to, I think that would be fair. When guys are hurt, I dont know whats going through their bodies." Happ nearing return J.A. Happ, who pitched four innings of one-run ball in Buffalo on Tuesday before a rain delay cut short his outing at 60 pitches, is coming along but will need at least one more start before rejoining the Blue Jays. "He was throwing well, he was feeling good," said Anthopoulos. "When he moves off the mound, hes still not 100 per cent. Obviously he can go out there and pitch but hes still a little bit stiff at times with some of the movements off the mound." Happ was injured when he was hit in the head by a line drive on May 7 in Tampa Bay. Happ suffered a minor skull fracture and required stitches in his left ear. His right knee buckled as he crumpled to the ground, causing a number of sprained ligaments from which he continues to recover. Vapormax Plus Rosa . The Islanders dealt Thomas Vanek to the Montreal Canadiens after less than a year on Long Island. 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NEW YORK -- Christian Yelich turned in quite an all-around performance that the Miami Marlins hope will help them turn the calendar on an awful August.Yelich showed off his bat, legs and glove, capped by hitting a three-run homer as the Marlins beat shaky Jacob deGrom and the New York Mets 6-4 on Thursday night to end their season-worst five-game losing streak.After going 10-18 in August, the Marlins pulled within three games of St. Louis for the second NL wild-card slot.Its a new month, man, Yelich said. Hopefully September is better.Yelich homered for the third straight game, singled twice, drove in four runs and stole two bases. Plus, he made a dashing, diving catch in center field with the bases loaded and two outs -- that made up for him later dropping a routine fly for an error.The Mets lead Miami by one game in a crowded wild-card chase.Can we get hot? Whos going to get hot? Marlins manager Don Mattingly said. Because ones going to.Jose Urena (3-5) outpitched deGrom (7-8) as Miami averted a four-game sweep. Down 6-1, the Mets made it close, boosted by pinch-hitter Asdrubal Cabreras two-run homer in the ninth off Fernando Rodney.DeGrom got seven days between starts because the Mets worried he was fatigued, but he still struggled. The shaggy-haired ace then waved for head trainer Ray Ramirez as he headed down the dugout tunnel toward the clubhouse when he was done.Everythings fine, deGrom said.Mets manager Terry Collins said he hadnt noticed deGrom signaling to the trainer, adding, What you guys just informed me about is a little troubling to me.But Collins could tell something was off.Its quite obvious when you walk four guys. He was behind in the count, he had a lot of pitches in five innings. Thats just not Jake. Thats the thing weve been watching is his command is not what it has been. Thats been the big issue, he said.DeGrom gave up three runs, six hits and four walks in five innings. He has lost three straight starts, tagged for a total of 16 runs, 31 hits and six walks in just 14 2/3 innings.Urena allowed four hits, including Jay Bruces 29th homer, and one run in six innings.Bruce hit an RBI single in the eighth aand the Mets loaded the bases with no outs.dddddddddddd But Michael Conforto grounded into a double play and pinch-hitter Yoenis Cespedes struck out.It was scoreless in the second when the Mets loaded the bases with two outs. DeGrom hit a liner up the middle that Yelich, playing shallow for the pitch, rushed in to grab off the grass.Hes not afraid to play cheap, Mattingly said.Yelich hit his 18th homer in the seventh. He is hitting .410 (25 for 61) with four home runs and 13 RBI in 16 games against the Mets this year.The Marlins had scored only eight runs combined in their five straight losses. They have played 24 consecutive games decided by no more than three runs.TRAINERS ROOMMarlins: All-Star OF Marcell Ozuna was out of the lineup, a day after hurting his left wrist trying to make a diving catch and leaving the game. Hes getting treatment and could play this weekend at Cleveland. ... 1B Justin Bour (sprained right ankle) is set to face LHP Wei-Yin Chen (elbow sprain) in a simulated game Friday at the Marlins spring complex in Jupiter, Florida.Mets: Cespedes and Cabrera didnt start after it rained most of the afternoon. They have been banged up lately and I dont need them slipping on the turf, Collins said. ... Earlier in the day, 2B Neil Walker said he needed season-ending surgery for a herniated disk.SEPTEMBER CALL-UPOF Destin Hood was among the Marlins newcomers. He played high school football with A.J. McCarron and had committed to play wide receiver at Alabama, but was picked by the Washington Nationals in the second round of the 2008 draft and signed with them.UP NEXTMarlins: RHP Andrew Cashner (4-10, 4.73) is 0-3 in five starts since Miami got him in a trade with San Diego. Hell pitch Friday night at AL Central-leading Cleveland against Carlos Carrasco (9-7, 3.23).Mets: RHP Noah Syndergaard (12-7, 2.56) is 3-0 with a 1.31 ERA in his last three starts going into Friday nights opener of a three-game series against NL East-leading Washington. A.J. Cole (0-1, 4.97) pitches for the Nationals. ' ' '

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