Aaron Wilson had three hits and stole his league-record 28th base as the Old Orchard Beach Raging Tide took a 5-2 win over the Titans in the opener of a doubleheader at Torrington, Connecticut.
Paul McDonough went 3 for 4 with a double, a home run and two RBI for the Raging Tide (12-24) in the first game.
Torrington (19-17) won the second game 3-0 behind a one-hitter by Mike Bonaiuto.
Ennis, Sabres agree on a multiyear extension
The Buffalo Sabres formally announced the signing of center Tyler Ennis to what the team called a multiyear contract.
A person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press that Ennis’ contract is worth about $23 million over five years. The person spoke anonymously because the Sabres have not revealed the terms of the contract.
Ennis, a former Portland Pirate, was a restricted free agent. The Sabres retained his rights by extending him an offer last month.
The Sabres selected Ennis in the first round of the 2008 draft. He had a team-leading and career-best 21 goals in 80 games last season.
NBA: The Lakers added another big man, winning a bid for former Bulls forward Carlos Boozer.
Boozer, 32, was waived by Chicago on Tuesday via the amnesty provision. It was unclear what Los Angeles paid for him in a blind bid submitted to the NBA office, but it will help offset the $16.8 million the Bulls owed him.
Boozer averaged 13.7 points and 8.3 rebounds last season for Chicago. He lost playing time to up-and-coming power forward Taj Gibson.
The Lakers did not have much salary-cap space and presumably offered about $3 million for Boozer.
NFL: The San Francisco 49ers signed left tackle Joe Staley to a two-year contract extension through the 2019 season.
San Francisco selected Staley 28th overall in the 2007 draft out of Central Michigan. He has earned Pro Bowl honors the past three seasons and is primarily responsible for protecting Colin Kaepernick’s blindside.
General Manager Trent Baalke said the extension means the 29-year-old Staley “will likely be a 49er for life.”
• CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus said the network won’t tell its announcers whether or not to use Washington’s nickname during televised games this season.
The team is facing unprecedented opposition from those who consider it a racial slur.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league doesn’t dictate to broadcast partners how to cover games.
LPGA: Laura Diaz, winless in 12 years, shot a 9-under 62 for a four-stroke lead after the opening round of the Marathon Classic at Sylvania, Ohio.
It was a stunning score for Diaz, who has cut back on competitive golf to raise her two children. She hasn’t finished in the top 25 in a tour event since 2010 after winning twice in 2002.
She had nine birdies without a bogey.
HAMBURG OPEN: Lukas Rosol upset 2006 champion Tommy Robredo of Spain, the No. 3 seed, 7-5, 7-6 (6) to reach the quarterfinals at Hamburg, Germany.
Top seed David Ferrer of Spain beat Andreas Seppi of Italy 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 for a quarterfinal with compatriot Pablo Andujar, who beat Dustin Brown of Germany, 6-1, 6-2.
– From staff and news services