James Anderson took a third Test 10-wicket haul as England thrashed Sri Lanka by an innings and 88 runs in the first Investec Test at Headingley. Anderson ended with match figures of 10-45 on Saturday as he took 5-29 in Sri Lankas second innings to go with his five-for in the first.For a large part of the third day though, it looked like England would be frustrated in their push for victory by both the weather and some determined Sri Lanka batting.Though Anderson removed Dimuth Karunaratne for seven in the third over, and opening partner Kaushaul Silva (14) in the 11th, the visitors doggedly fought to 77-2 at lunch, with Stuart Broad and Steven Finn failing to find their straps early on, and Ben Stokes off injured.Kusal Mendis - 47 not out at the time - was dropped by James Vince off Broad with the final ball of the first session to further frustrate England after Bairstow had earlier put him down on 29. James Vince dropped Kushal Mendis on 47 with the last ball before lunch Rain had taken the players off early and when play did finally resume after an extended interval, Mendis (53) notched a deserved maiden Test fifty, but a reinvigorated England started to make regular inroads.Moeen Ali removed Dinesh Chandinal - bowled chopping on - in his solitary over and the first following the break.Sri Lanka skipper Angelo Mathews and Mendis then fell in consecutive overs, with the former edging Broad (1-57) behind to Bairstow and the latter playing Anderson onto his stumps. Moeen Ali bowled only one over in the Test but took a wicket in it Bairstow added a ninth catch to his impressive first Test haul as Anderson took the wicket of Dasun Shanaka, while Finn picked up his first of the series shortly before tea, Rangana Herath caught at cover.Sri Lanka didnt last long after the interval, Finn taking the wickets of Dushmantha Chameera and Lahiru Thirimanne (16) in the first over back, before Anderson sealed Englands win and secured his 10-for by bowling Nuwan Pradeep.Catch highlights from day three of the third Test from 8.30pm on Sky Sports 1, with The Verdict following immediately after at 9.30pm. Blue Air Max 2018 . The Incheon-based tea, of the Korea Baseball Organization said the deal for the 35-year-old Scott included a $50,000 signing bonus. Scott reached the major leagues with Houston in 2005 and hit 23 homers or more for Baltimore each year from 2008-10. Air Max 2018 Outlet . 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PHOENIX -- A night after playing one of the longest games in team history, the Cleveland Indians needed Corey Kluber to pitch deep into the game to protect their depleted bullpen. Kluber did, though it had nothing to do with necessity. He tries to do that every time he takes the mound. Kluber gave Cleveland a much-needed quality start, pitching seven effective innings to help the Indians beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-1 on Wednesday to end a four-game losing streak. The Indians ran through their bullpen in a 14-inning game the night before Kluber (7-5) gave them a lift with another strong interleague effort, allowing four hits while striking out eight. "Obviously, we played a long game last night, but I dont think I put any more pressure on myself to go deep in the game as I normally would," Kluber said. "Thats what Im trying to do every game, go as deep as I can." Early run support helped. Michael Brantley homered and had two RBIs against Chase Anderson (5-3), sending the rookie to his third straight loss after opening his career with five consecutive wins. Yan Gomes also homered for Cleveland, and Michael Bourn had a pair of triples among his three hits. Jason Kipnis also had two doubles for the Indians, who had 10 hits. "We didnt score in bunches, but scored one and then we scored two," Indians manager Terry Francona said. "We kept after it. I thought we had good at-bats throughout the lineup." Both teams needed their starters to go deep into the game after Tuesday nights marathon. Arizona won 9-8 on Aaron Hills single in the 14th inning after both teams emptied their bullpens in a game that lasted 5 hours, 32 minutes, matching the longest game in Chase Field history. Clevelands bullpen had pitched 20 of the 41 1-3 innings in the previous four games, so the Indians really needed a good outing from Kluber. And he delivered. After giving up a pair of hits to start the first inning, Klubeer limited Arizonas chances, allowing one runner to reach second base over the next six innings.dddddddddddd Kluber improved to 6-0 with a 2.28 ERA in six career interleague starts. He also lined a single to left in the fourth inning for his first career hit. Arizona finished with five hits -- none after the third inning until Miguel Monteros run-scoring single with two outs in the ninth. "Kluber is pretty good," Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson said. "We havent seen him. He has really good stuff. A real live arm. He has some deception in his delivery." Anderson ate up a few innings, though wasnt nearly as effective. After losing his past two starts despite pitching well -- four earned runs in 11 innings -- the right-hander wasnt nearly as sharp against the Indians. Anderson gave up a run in the first inning on Asdrubal Cabreras sacrifice fly, and Gomes homered in the second. Brantley had a run-scoring groundout in the third inning and put Cleveland up 4-0 with a solo homer to right in the fifth. Anderson allowed seven hits and walked three in five innings. "I knew I had to try to get deeper in the game because the bullpen was spent," Anderson said. "Just didnt do my job tonight." Kipnis and Lonnie Chisenhall each had run-scoring hits off Zeke Spruill in the seventh inning to put the Indians up 6-0. NOTES: Indians ace Justin Masterson will have his start on Sunday pushed back due to a sore right knee. He will be shut down for two days before throwing a bullpen to see how hes feeling. ... Arizona had stolen eight straight bases before Ender Inciarte was thrown out at third in the third inning. He was initially called safe, but it was overturned after a review. ... Arizona has a day off before RHP Brandon McCarthy pitches in a road game against San Diego on Friday. The Indians also have a day off before RHP Trevor Bauer starts the opener of a three-game series at Seattle. ' ' '