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    January 3, 2019 6:34 AM GMT

    FORT WORTH, Texas -- Austin Dillon and Kevin Harvick have long tried to move on from 2013, when Harvick insulted the grandsons of his then-team owner,?Richard Childress. Under Armour Outlet .But when Harvick turned Dillon on Lap 263 Sunday night at Texas Motor Speedway, the anger came through once again, and Dillon insinuated he wont forget it over the next two weeks as Harvick vies for the Sprint Cup title.He didnt like it that the silver spoon kid was outrunning him tonight, Dillon said.Harvick joined Stewart-Haas Racing in 2014. In October 2013, after a battle with Dillons brother, Ty, in a truck race at Martinsville, Harvick said he was leaving RCR because the Dillon brothers have got no respect for what they do in this sport and theyve had everything fed to them with a spoon.Known for his fiery temper, Harvick has for the most part praised Austin Dillon since then. Harvick apologized for Sundays accident and said it was unintentional.All in all, there was no intent there, said Harvick after his sixth-place finish at Texas. I like racing with Austin. I like everything that they do. There was no reason [to hit him]. I was running seventh [or] sixth. He slid up and got loose and I hit the back of him.Thats not the way Dillon saw it.Youve got to hold a guy down, but he sucked down on my door and got me tight [when beside me], Dillon said. That is the reason I slid up in front of him, and then he didnt lift, he just turned me.There are two more weeks left [for payback].Harvick is 18 points behind the current Chase cutoff going into the final race of the semifinal round of the Chase. After next week, four of the eight drivers still alive in the Chase will be eliminated -- meaning Harvick faces a near must-win situation at Phoenix, a track where he has won six of the last eight races. He cant afford to have enemies.I just want to apologize to the 3 [Dillons car], Harvick said. He came up there, and when he slid up in front of me, he got loose. When he checked up, I hit him again. That was not anything I wanted to see. Wholesale Ua Shoes . Bryzgalov stopped 25 shots on Saturday in the Oklahoma City Barons 4-1 victory over the Abbotsford Heat. The Oilers signed Bryzgalov to a one-year $2 million contract last Friday after shedding payroll by dealing defenceman Ladislav Smid to the Flames. Ua Outlet Store . The veteran safety was a starter for the Bengals from 2008-2012. He totaled 41 tackles and three interceptions while starting all but four of the 13 games he played last season. . William Carrier opened the scoring for Cape Breton (6-4-2), but Andrew Ryan tied the game and Brent Andrews put the Mooseheads (8-6-0) in front for good with a short-handed goal at 13:49 of the second period.As stunned as we may be by the Blue Jays 23-31 record and last place standing in the A.L. East, there are actually two teams that have blown me away by their monumental collapses in May. Lets start in the National League. Youve got to concede, Milwaukee hasnt been quite as imposing since Prince Fielder left for Detroit as a free agent. But they still looked like a solid team that could at least be close to one of the Wild Cards. Ron Roenickes crew got out of the gate with a fairly solid 14-11 record in April. They have a star left fielder in Ryan Braun (juiced or not) and a budding superstar at short in Jean Segura. However they havent had the starting pitching and their bullpen has been in turmoil through injuries and inconsistency. The Brewers are heading for the worst month of May in franchise history. They have dropped six in a row and are just 5-22 for the month. The "Brew Crew" has tumbled into last place in the N.L. Central, and they are already 16 games back of first place St. Louis and 13 behind division rival Cincinnati for the second Wild Card spot. Barring a miracle, their season is already over on the final day of May. General manager Doug Melvin and assistant GM Gord Ash would appear safe, based on an excellent track record and the Brewers solid attendance. Roenicke, though, could be in trouble if the nose dive continues. Royal Pains The team though that really puzzles me is the Kansas City Royals. G.M. Drayton Moore went out in the off-season and appeared to fill the void in the starting rotation by acquiring James Shields and Wade Davis from Tampa Bay and Ervin Santana from the Angels. Though none of the three have been spectacular, they have added some stability to the starting staff and some veteran leadership. The Royals actually went 17-10 in April, and looked like a team that might press Detroit for the division lead over the course of the season. Then in May, the bats died. The Royals are only 5-19 this month. Not only that but they tied a franchise record by dropping 10 in a row at home and had dropped eight in a row overall before Thursdays bizarre win at St. Louis. More on that in a second. But for now K.C. is last in the A.L. Central and seven and a half back of the Yankees for the second Wild Card spot, same as the Blue Jays. A year ago, the Royals tied for last in the American League in home runs. Again this season, they were struggling to hit the long ball. Early this week, batting coach Jack Maloof stuck his foot in his mouth by saying the Royals would likely finish last in homers again. A couple of days later Maloof and his assistant batting coach Andre David were re-assigned withhin the organization. Under Armour Wholesale China. The man taking over as interim batting coach for Thursdays game was 60-year-old George Brett, the greatest Royals player of them all. Yes, the Royals did win the game at St. Louis and break off that eight-game losing skid, but it was one of the strangest games you would ever want to see. The Royals could only muster four hits on the night, but managed to rally for three runs in the top of the ninth to beat the "Red Birds" 4-2. Thats not even half the story. The game played in front of over 43,000 fans was delayed for an hour at the start by rain. Heading to the top of the ninth, St. Louis was up 2-1. Then Jeff Francoeur slugged a homer - the Royals first in 59 innings - and Eric Hosmer later in the inning hit what proved to be a game winning two-run bases loaded double off Victor Marte. That wasnt the final chapter though. Right after that, the skies opened up again, and the game went into a marathon rain delay of four hours and 32 minutes. The game finally ended at 3:14am. This was the Royals one and only visit to St. Louis this season, so veteran ump Joe West was determined to get it in. He actually could have ruled the game was official after eight and given St. Louis the 2-1 victory. Over the course of the delay the Cardinals brass and manager Mike Matheny actually lobbied for West to do just that. Matheny said he was worried that one of his players might have been injured on the slippery field. He couldnt be too critical though because it was his home grounds crew at Busch Stadium. In fact, he said later they did a great job just to make the field playable. When play resumed, it took just 12 more minutes to get the final six outs. Will this be a turning point in the Royals season? Who knows? I thought the Blue Jays might get some huge momentum by having four relievers combine to shut out Atlanta 3-0 on Wednesday night. So what happens Thursday? R.A. Dickey struggles again and the Blue Jays get blasted 11-3 in the series finale. Bruised Yankees This is circle the wagons weekend for the Yankees. Theyve lost five in a row including a four-game sweep in Queens at the hand of their crosstown rivals, the Mets. This weekend they are home to the division-leading Red Sox whom they trail by two games. C.C Sabathia will be facing Jon Lester in a duel of lefties in game 1. The Yanks are due to get Kevin Youkilis and Mark Teixeira back in the line-up. At this point it would probably be better for the Blue Jays if one team or the other get swept in their respective series. Of course, they would have to co-operate by taking three themselves at San Diego. 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