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For each of the 205 walk-off wins during the 2012 regular season, Budweiser donated $5,000 to FHF.
The walk-off win was Boston's third of the season and first since Aug.
Will David Ortiz have another walk-off hit in the 2006 MLB season (includes playoffs)?
Comprehensive access workflow and walk-off security automation - Streamlines clinical workstation workflows for higher caregiver productivity and protection of confidential patient information.
LOUIS, April 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --There is no more exciting play in baseball than a walk-off, when the home team wins the game in the bottom of the final inning.
Lille have had two appeals to have Giggs' goal wiped out rejected and the incident is sure to overshadow the second leg at Old Trafford, especially with Ferguson still insistent that at least Lille should have had several players booked and maybe some even red-carded for their walk-off.
The Angels certainly will welcome more home runs, like the four they hit in the series-opener against the Baltimore Orioles, but their 6-5 defeat on a walk-off home run from Ramon Hernandez in the ninth inning showed why they need to first take care of what they do best.
The solution also automates walk-off security to guard unattended workstations and protect confidential patient information from the risks of unauthorized access.
Art of the Walk-Off unveiled throughout historic Chelsea Market; Show runs April 2-15
TORONTO - It wasn't so much a walk-off victory for the Toronto Blue Jays as it was a walk-off loss for the Angels.
This Fall, a fully loaded salad bar will be added to the menu as well as the first annual Chili Walk-Off with proceeds benefiting the United Way.