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Tokyo, Japan (SportsNetwork. Adidas Ultra Boost Wholesale China .com) - Katsumasa Miyamoto fired a final-round, 5- under 65 on Sunday and that was good enough to give him a 1-shot victory at the Golf Nippon Series JT Cup. Miyamoto, who now has 10 victories on the Japan Golf Tour, finished the week at 9-under-par 271 at Tokyo Yomiuri Country Club. It was a strong start for Miyamoto as he began with a birdie at the first. Two holes later, Miyamoto poured in his second gain of the day on the par-4 third, getting him to 2-under. After a pair of pars on four and five, Miyamoto drained his third birdie on the par-5 sixth. Miyamoto made the turn with four straight pars from seven before he dropped his first and only shot of the day with a bogey on No. 11. Still, Miyamoto remained strong down the stretch. Back-to-back birdies on 13 and 14 had Miyamoto back in business and he later drained a gain on No. 17, which proved to be the deciding stroke. Miyamoto closed with a par to claim the title. Prayad Marksaeng was right behind Miyamoto at 8-under 272 following a 3-under 67 Sunday. Koumei Oda (66), Michio Matsumura (66), Toshinori Muto (70) and Sang-Hee Lee (71) all ended tied for third at 6-under 274. Vapormax Plus Clearance . Earnshaw, 31, most recently spent time on loan in Israel with Maccabi Tel Aviv from Welsh club Cardiff City, which plays in Englands second-tier League Championship. Earnshaw began his career with Cardiff Citys youth program and turned professional in 1998. Adidas NMD Wholesale . Barnard, 28, was 1-0 with a 0.53 ERA in three appearances, including two starts, with San Angel o this season. He struck out 19 batters and walked just one in 17 innings pitched. He has previous American Association experience with the Lincoln Saltdogs, El Paso Diablos and Amarillo Sox. http://www.nikeshoesoutletwholesale.com/vans-sale.html . -- Edwin Encarnacion hit a three-run homer, Colby Rasmus drove in two runs and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Detroit Tigers 9-4 on Saturday. GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers looked fine on the practice field Thursday. It doesnt mean he is going to play. There was no definitive word on whether Rodgers will be medically cleared to return from his left collarbone injury in time for Sundays game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. It was just another day in the guessing game called "When Will the Franchise Quarterback Return" for the Packers. Coach Mike McCarthy indicated he would name his starter Friday. Rodgers also made several references to his playing status being an "organizational decision." "Just a Thursday practice, didnt take a lot of reps with the teams but felt pretty good out there, was feeling good," Rodgers said. "Its obviously a medical decision and an organizational decision at this point." Flat out, Aaron: Will you be playing Sunday? "Its a medical decision, its an organizational decision," said Rodgers, who is listed as "limited" on the official practice report. During a brief portion of practice open to media Thursday, Rodgers did a little stretching and looked sharp in position drills. He watched as backup Matt Flynn led the offence during another short practice period. "Aaron Rodgers practiced well today. Tomorrow is -- we have the medical meetings on Wednesday and Friday, so well have a conversation tomorrow," McCarthy said. "Obviously, today hes still not medically cleared. Looked very good at practice. I would state him ready to play." Flynn took the majority of the reps Thursday, McCarthy said. Flynn has said hes preparing this week as if hell start. By all accounts, Rodgers is itching to return. He hasnt played since getting knocked out of the first series of a 27-20 loss Nov. 4 to the Bears. Green Bay started 0-4-1 without him before rallying for two straight come-from-behind victories to get back into the NFC North race. Flynn has played well late in games to lead the Packers, but knows full well that Rodgers gets the job back whenever hes cleared. "We want him back when hes healthy and ready to go, and look forward to that," receiiver Jordy Nelson said. Vapormax Mens Sale. "Hopefully if its not this week, we can keep winning, and give him another opportunity." For Rodgers, the frustration level goes down when hes back out there on the practice field with his teammates. He would much rather have the ball in his hands than holding a clipboard on Sundays. He came close to being cleared last week. Asked about his progress, Rodgers said he had had completed about every pass in practice after throwing a few clunkers last week. "At this point, I have to focus on the things I can control and thats practicing well, taking care of my business in the weight room, preparing, being a good teammate," Rodgers said. The Packers made a big investment in Rodgers this past off-season, signing him to a five-year contract extension through the 2019 season worth as much as $110 million. The 2011 NFL MVP, who turned 30 this month, led the Packers to a 5-2 start despite a litany of injuries elsewhere on the team. Receiver Randall Cobb, tight end Jermichael Finley and linebacker Clay Matthews were among those who got hurt before Rodgers went down. Rodgers said he hasnt had any setbacks. When asked, Rodgers said he had a "good sense" of whether he would be cleared. And that would be? "Yeah, thats another Mike McCarthy question there for tomorrow," he said. There is at least definitive word on defensive lineman Johnny Jolly, who is out with shoulder and neck injuries that McCarthy termed as "significant." Jolly left in the first half of last weeks 37-36 win over Dallas and never returned. Jolly made 38 tackles this season, and was a key player during those spurts this year when the Packers were stopping the run. Jolly turned into an inspiration on the team, working his way back after having been away from the game three years following his suspension by the NFL for violating the leagues substance-abuse policy. "Johnny loves football, so he was down at first. Hes pretty cheery, hes up now," fellow linemen Ryan Pickett said. "Hell bounce back. Hell be back next year." ' ' '