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Continued: PGA CHAMPIONSHIP FIVE: The best 5 held in the state of New York

  • Article by: DOUG FERGUSON , AP Golf Writer
  • Last update: August 6, 2013 - 2:36 AM

On the second extra hole, Sarazen hooked a tee shot that was a few feet from going out-of-bounds. Sarazen — whose birth name was Eugenio Saraceni — later said Hagen complained there was spaghetti sauce on the ball. "He said the greens keeper lived there and was eating spaghetti and threw the ball back out," Sarazen said in a 1999 interview.

From deep rough, Sarazen slashed it onto the green to 2 feet away. Hagen was in a bunker and nearly holed it. That left Sarazen a short putt, which he made to win in 38 holes for his second straight PGA title. A year later, Hagen began his run of four in a row.

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Atlanta 0 Bottom 3rd Inning
Philadelphia 0
Cleveland 0 Top 3rd Inning
Detroit 0
Toronto 0 Bottom 3rd Inning
Minnesota 0
Seattle - E. Ramirez 1:05 PM
Texas - T. Scheppers
Los Angeles - H. Ryu 2:45 PM
San Francisco - M. Bumgarner
Colorado - F. Morales 5:40 PM
San Diego - I. Kennedy
St. Louis - A. Wainwright 6:05 PM
Washington - T. Jordan
Milwaukee - Y. Gallardo 6:05 PM
Pittsburgh - E. Volquez
NY Yankees - C. Sabathia 6:10 PM
Tampa Bay - D. Price
Toronto - D. McGowan 6:10 PM
Minnesota - M. Pelfrey
Boston - J. Lester 7:10 PM
Chicago WSox - C. Sale
Kansas City - J. Shields 7:10 PM
Houston - S. Feldman
Philadelphia 6:00 PM
NY Rangers
Chicago 7:00 PM
St. Louis
Minnesota 8:30 PM
Colorado
Los Angeles 9:30 PM
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