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Dustin McGowan allowed five hits over 6 1/3 innings to earn his first win since 2008, and the Toronto Blue Jays used two unearned runs to beat Chris Tillman and the Baltimore Orioles 2-0 Friday night.Making his first start since September 2011, the oft-injured McGowan (1-1) walked one, hit two batters and struck out two. He had faced the Orioles 13 times previously, going 0-3 with a 6.99 earned-run average and allowing 50 hits in 37 1/3 innings.The right-hander spent time on the disabled list in each of the last six seasons. He had shoulder surgery in 2008 and 2010 and missed the entire 2012 season. In his debut this year, McGowan didn't make it out of the third inning in a loss to the New York Yankees.Against Baltimore, however, he allowed only one runner past second base.Brett Cecil got five straight outs and Sergio Santos worked a perfect ninth for his fourth save.Tillman (1-1) allowed three hits over eight innings, lowering his ERA to 0.84. But the right-hander received no offensive support from his teammates, who were coming off a three-game series against the Yankees in which they collected 40 hits.Two throwing errors by third baseman Jonathan Schoop provided Toronto with a 2-0 lead in the fourth. Jose Bautista reached on Schoop's first errant toss and came around to score on the rookie's second misfire. Dioner Navarro followed with a potential double-play grounder, but the relay to first base from shortstop Ryan Flaherty skipped past Tillman, allowing another run to score.In the fifth, Baltimore hit three straight two-out singles to load the bases for cleanup hitter Adam Jones, who flied out to centre.
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Canada's Kevin Koe had to settle for fourth place at the world men's curling championship after falling 7-5 to Switzerland in Sunday's bronze-medal match.Koe's Calgary rink came into the 10th end down by three, but couldn't muster the comeback, scoring just a single point in the final end against the Swiss team.Switzerland stole single points in the first two ends, and padded their lead with deuces in the sixth and ninth ends en route to the victory."We definitely didn't want to lose that game," said lead Nolan Thiessen. "But after yesterday, it was tough to get fired up. But no excuses. They played better than us."Canada had two chances on Saturday to reach Sunday's gold-medal game, but fell short to Norway's Thomas Ulsrud in the 1-2 Page playoff game, and then to Sweden's Oskar Eriksson in the semifinal. Norway will play Sweden for the gold medal later Sunday."I thought we played well in the one-two game and the semi," sad Koe. "We were very close. But in games like that where the other teams are playing well, you have to make the last shot of the end sometimes and we let our chances slip away."Despite failing to medal at the world championships, Canadian coach Rick Lang says there's no reason to push any panic buttons, considering Canada has finished in the top six at every international curling event this season."Twenty-four hours ago, we were within a shot or two of being in the final here," said Lang. "And then we have a bad 24 hours and that chat starts. But we had a great team here. They didn't play like themselves the last couple days, but they were worthy Brier champions."We sent a great team here. They just didn't have a good day, and that can happen to anybody. The level of competition here is strong and getting stronger. We just have to answer the bell, that's all."Koe said he was proud of the way the team performed in Beijing."That's the way we've always done things," he said. "Some people might not like our style or our game, but we fight. It's not always the prettiest, but we get things done."I'm proud of the guys. We had a great run. World championship, two Brier titles, a Brier final — obviously this was very disappointing, but it's been a great team."