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CHICAGO - Mark Buehrle felt a little more nervous and a little more emotional than he thought he would. Cheap Air Max 97 . The pitcher received a standing ovation from the crowd as he took the mound against his former Chicago White Sox teammates. Buehrle tipped his cap and then allowed three runs in 5 1-3 innings in his first start as a visitor in Chicago and third game against the White Sox overall. The Toronto starter didnt earn a decision, but the Blue Jays beat the White Sox 6-3 on Saturday night. Melky Cabreras two-run double in the seventh inning was the difference in Torontos win. "The reception I got, I was kind of thinking it might be good, but what they did, coming off the field every time I ran out, to hear people cheering, it was exceptional," Buehrle said. Buehrle texted former teammate, and White Sox captain, Paul Konerko to make sure it was OK that he tipped his cap to the crowd. "Its one of those things that I didnt want to (tick) anybody off on the other team, but at the same time the reaction I was getting from the crowd, I felt it was right," Buehrle said. The Blue Jays, who snapped a four-game losing streak, scored three runs in the seventh to retake the lead after the White Sox tied it with three runs in the sixth. Avisail Garcia went 2 for 4 with a double for the White Sox in his first game since April 9 after recovering from shoulder surgery. Brett Cecil (1-3) got two outs — both by strikeout — to earn the win. Casey Janssen worked one inning for his 19th save in 22 opportunities. The Blue Jays allowed Buehrle to take the field alone before the bottom of the first inning, and fans gave him a standing ovation. While with the White Sox from 2000-11, Buehrle threw a perfect game on July 23, 2009, against Tampa Bay, and a no-hitter on April 18, 2007, against Texas. "Im kind of glad its over," said Konerko, a teammate of Buehrles on the 2005 World Series championship White Sox team. "Him in another uniform doesnt look right to me. Quite honestly, I really dont have it in me to want to see him do badly, so I dont like the combination." The Blue Jays took a 2-0 lead on Dioner Navarros sacrifice fly and Nolan Reimolds RBI single in the second. Toronto extended the lead to 3-0 in the fifth on Jose Reyes RBI single. The White Sox tied it with three runs in the sixth. With runners on first and second, Dustin McGowan replaced Buehrle. "It was starting to snowball," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said about removing Buehrle. Both runners advanced on a wild pitch before Dayan Viciedos sacrifice fly made it 3-2. Konerko tied it with a single, but the White Sox bullpen gave the lead back in the next inning. The Blue Jays scored three runs with two singles, two doubles and a Chicago error. Matt Lindstrom (2-2) allowed four straight hits before recording an out. Cabrera hit a two-run double and advanced on an error. Jose Bautista followed with an RBI single for a 6-3 lead. Buehrle has one victory in his last 13 starts. "I take pride going deep into games, and I didnt really go deep into the game today, so thats the frustrating part," he said. TRAINERS ROOM Blue Jays: 1B Dan Johnson began a rehab assignment with Triple-A Buffalo on Saturday. He is on the DL with a strained left hamstring. Toronto also called up RHP Kyle Drabek from Triple-A to replace RHP Chad Jenkins, who was optioned to Buffalo on Friday. Drabek began the season in the Triple-A rotation, where he went 4-6 with a 4.46 ERA. After the first-round draft pick moved to the bullpen in mid-June, his numbers improved. In 16 relief appearances, he was 3-1 with a 2.77 ERA. White Sox: Garcia was reinstated from the 60-day DL, and OF Moises Sierra (oblique) went on the 15-day DL on Saturday. 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Two days earlier MacTavish traded lightweight forward Sam Gagner to Tampa Bay for 6-3, 203-pound right winger Ted Purcell.MELBOURNE, Australia - The opening Grand Slam tournament of the year ended Sunday with Novak Djokovic winning his fifth Australian Open title and denying Andy Murray his first.Outside of a few days when the temperatures topped 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) in the first week, the searing hot temperatures that can often affect play at the tournament were not an issue this year.It was also two weeks of record attendance — 703,899, breaking the previous mark of 686,006 in 2012 — due in part to a new roof on Margaret Court Arena, giving Melbourne Park three stadiums with retractable roofs.Here are some things we learned from the 103rd edition of the Australian Open:___TOUGH AT THE TOP: Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams extended their impressive records in finals at the Australian Open, where the No. 1 seeds in the mens and womens draws clinched the titles. Williams has won all six singles finals she has contested at the Australian Open, and Djokovic maintained his 100 per cent record in five finals. It was another disappointment Down Under for Murray, who has lost four Australian Open finals in six years, including three defeats to Djokovic.____BIG FOUR RESTORED: Andy Murray moved into fourth place in the ATP rankings, despite his loss to Djokovic in the final, restoring the so-called Big Four. Djokovic remains at No. 1, followed by Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Thats a combined total of 41 Grand Slam singles titles — Federer has 17, Nadal 14, Djokovic eight and Murray two. The men frequently touted as challenging the Big Four for Grand Slam titles in the future will have to wait for another major — U.S. Open finalist Kei Nishikori and Wimbledon semifinalist Milos Raonic lost in the quarterfinals and Grigor Dimitrov went out in the fourth round.____SERENA VS. SHARAPOVA: Maria Sharapova lost her 16th consecutive match to Serena Williams, who won her 19th Grand Slam singles title in the straight-sets Australian Open final to move closer to Steffi Grafs Open-era total of 22. No. 2-ranked Sharapova was gracious in defeat. I havent beaten her in a long time but I love every time I step on the court with her, said Sharapova, who trails 17-2 in career head-to-heads and hasnt beaten Williams since 2004. Ive had some of the best memoriees of my career on this court and also some of my toughest losses, but thats the life of a tennis player. Air Max 97 Free Shipping. Her best memory of any match against Williams was her first major — Wimbledon in 2004 — when she beat the American in straight sets in only their second career meeting.___KEYS AND THE AMERICANS: Madison Keys, a 19-year-old rising star, had a breakthrough tournament, beating Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in the third round and fellow Americans Madison Brengle and Venus Williams in the fourth round and quarterfinals before losing to Serena Williams in the semis. Four American women reached the round of 16, a good start for the U.S. contingent in the first major of the year, particularly the return to the quarterfinals of Venus Williams after an energy-sapping illness affected her play for more than four years.___THE CONTROVERSIES: An on-court presenter asked 20-year-old Eugenie Bouchard of Canada to give us a twirl, to show off her dress, which soon became known as Twirlgate. Andy Murrays fiancée Kim Sears mouthing obscenities from the player box during the Scotsmans fiery win over Tomas Berdych (who hired Murrays former coach) in the semifinals. At Sundays final, Sears poked fun at herself by wearing a t-shirt which said: Parental Advisory Explicit Content. And she appeared to behave herself, unlike two political protesters who were arrested after a court invasion during the mens final. Play was delayed in the second set after a protester was grabbed by a security guard at the back of the court. Organizers said police were expected to lay charges Monday.___MAJOR MARTINA: Martina Hingis won her first Grand Slam singles title at the Australian Open in 1997, and the 34-year-old Swiss player added her 16th of all varieties when she combined with Indias Leander Paes to take the mixed doubles title at Melbourne Park on Sunday. 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