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MONTREAL -- Taking two weeks off after a devastating loss will be unbearable for Impact defender Heath Pearce. Montreal blew a lead and conceded four first-half goals in a 4-2 defeat to D.C. United on Wednesday at Saputo Stadium. "Its torture," said Pearce, whose team wont play again until the end of the month due to Major League Soccers World Cup break. "Its torture to go two weeks without a game. The good thing about this sport is usually you play every week and you get a chance to correct things. "Weve seen what it takes for us to be good, the tools that we have and what happens when we dont implement them." Pearce and the Impact backline were sloppy on Wednesday, giving D.C.s forwards and midfielders too much space and time with the ball in the final third. On the opener in the sixth minute of play, striker Fabian Espindola tricked Pearce and centre back Wandrille Lefevre with a no-look pass to Luis Silva, who put away his first of the season en route to a first-half hat trick. Espindola caught the Impact ball watching again in the 23rd minute as he sent a seemingly harmless low cross into the box. The pass evaded three Montreal defenders and fell right to Nick DeLeon, who tied the game 2-2 with an easy tap-in. Silva gave the visiting team the 3-2 lead with a breathtaking strike from about 30 yards out in the 39th minute. Unchallenged, and with Montreals back four dropping off, D.C.s attacking midfielder curled a shot just past a diving Troy Perkins fingertips. The 25-year-old, who had gone nine games without a goal prior to Wednesday, completed his hat trick from the penalty spot after Steve Birnbaum being brought down Hassoun Camara. "What do you want me to do?" asked Impact manager Frank Klopas. "Jump on the field and play for them? Im a very competitive person, and this is not the team I want. I want a team thats going to go on the field and compete. I want a group of players that will go out there and leave everything on the field." Klopas said he likely wouldnt shuffle his backline during the break given the string of good performances over the last few weeks. Fresh off its Amway Canadian Championship victory, Montreal came into the match unbeaten at home in its last three games in all competitions and riding consecutive clean sheets. Klopas men hadnt conceded at Saputo Stadium in 206 minutes. The stretch of positive results after a devastating start to the season made the loss to D.C. United tougher to swallow. "We would be foolish to think that we werent going to have more setbacks along the way," said Pearce. "You dont correct a system overnight. But that result was unacceptable for us. In any league, on any team, you have to have enough guys on any single day having good games. Today we didnt have enough, if any." D.C.s win, the teams seventh in its last 11 games, propelled United (7-4-4) to the top of Eastern Conference standings. At the other end of the table, the Impact (2-7-4) are dead last with only 10 points from 13 games. Jack McInerney and Andres Romero gave their team a chance to take points from Wednesdays encounter, scoring back-to-back goals to give the Impact a 2-1 lead. McInerney found the back of the net in the 12th with a tight-angle shot that grazed the post to goalie Andrew Dykstras left before Romero gave the Impact a short-lived lead in the 21st with a great individual effort. Down 4-2, Impact captain Patrice Bernier had a golden opportunity to ignite a comeback in the 76th minute, but his penalty shot hit the post, went off Dykstras back and trickled out of play. The shot came after Davy Arnaud was called for a hand ball. Pearce tried making the most out of the loss. "As bad as it is, it gives us a chance to really reflect, and each guy to go home and take a look in the mirror individually and think about what we can do better and how we can help the team more, all of us, from A to Z," he said. Notes: This was only the second time Montreal conceded four goals at home in the MLS era. a Justin Mapp missed the game with a groin injury. a Three Montreal supporters were expelled from Saputo Stadium during the second half for igniting flares in the stands. The same three individuals were reprimanded last week for a similar incident. a The Impact signed Spanish midfielder Gorka Larrea prior to the game on Wednesday. Larrea has played for La Ligas Levante and Real Sociedad. Custom Detroit Tigers Jerseys .com) - Markus Granlund scored the game-winning goal as the Calgary Flames used an early offensive flurry to defeat the Los Angeles Kings, 2-1, on Monday. Detroit Tigers Store . Altidore strained his left hamstring in the Americans opener against Ghana on June 16 and didnt play in their next two games. "We dont know how much because we need to see how hes going, but hes available," U. https://www.cheaptigers.com/ . Jeff Green and Jordan Crawford each scored 19 points, Bass added 15 points and had a game-saving block in the closing seconds Saturday, and the Celtics held on for a 103-100 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Cheap Tigers Jerseys . - Ryan Spooner scored twice to lead the Boston Bruins to a 6-1 victory over the New York Islanders in a preseason game Friday night. Detroit Tigers Gear . "For the past several weeks, Logan has been dealing and playing with an upper body injury," said general manager Doug Wilson in a statement. "Despite his efforts to play through it, the injury has not responded as we had hoped and Logan has made the decision to undergo a surgical procedure to repair the problem.TORONTO -- Toronto manager John Gibbons didnt wait for the first question at his post-game availability before offering his thoughts on the Blue Jays coming up just short in a slugfest at Rogers Centre. "Its very rare when you get 16 hits and no errors and you dont win the game, put it that way," he said. Nelson Cruz hit a grand slam and a solo homer as Baltimore pounded four home runs to outscore Toronto 10-8 on Wednesday night. The Blue Jays had three homers of their own and outhit the Orioles 16-12 but couldnt catch up after blowing an early five-run lead. Toronto loaded the bases in the bottom of the ninth inning but Jonathan Diaz hit into a game-ending double play. "(Jonathan) hit the ball hard, it just so happens it was right at somebody," said second baseman Ryan Goins. "Well come back tomorrow and go back to grinding." Chris Davis and Matt Wieters had the other homers for the Orioles. Canadian Brett Lawrie, Jose Reyes and Goins went deep for Toronto (11-10). "You have so much respect for that offence over there," Gibbons said of the Orioles. "They keep coming at you. You never really feel good but some key outs along the way can make a difference and their guys got them." The Blue Jays, who left 11 men on base, had their chances late in the game. Josh Thole drove in a run in the seventh inning to cut Baltimores lead to two runs. With two runners on, Reyes nearly cut the deficit further when he sliced a ball into left field but it bounced a few inches outside the foul line to take away a ground-rule double. Darren ODay then struck Reyes out to keep Baltimores lead intact. Jose Bautista singled in the eighth inning but Edwin Encarnacion hit into an inning-ending double play. Baltimore reliever Tommy Hunter gave up three straight singles in the ninth before earning his sixth save as the Orioles (10-10) returned to the .500 mark. "It wasnt pretty but we got it done," Cruz said. Davis opened the scoring in the first inning with a solo homer to deep centre field off Toronto starter Dustin McGowan. The ball landed in the first row of standing-room only seats above the first deck. In the second inning, Toronto sent 10 batters to the plate and scored six runs. Lawrie, from Langley, B.C., turned on the first pitch he saw from Baltimore starter Chris Tillman (3-1) for hiss second three-run shot in as many games.dddddddddddd Goins walked and Reyes followed with his first home run of the year. An inning later, Cruz -- who has driven in at least a run in each of his last six games -- launched a rainbow solo homer to the second deck in left field. McGowan was pulled in the fifth inning after loading the bases on a walk, infield single and hit batsman. "Youve got to throw strikes and that leadoff walk killed me," he said. "After that, I just kind of lost rhythm." Reliever Todd Redmond (0-2) came on and got Nick Markakis to pop up before the Orioles went to work on a six-run inning that gave them a lead they wouldnt relinquish. Cruz cleared the bases by launching a 2-1 pitch to deep left for his sixth homer of the season. Redmond gave up two more singles, a double and a sacrifice fly before J.A. Happ came on to record the final out. Goins cut into the lead in the sixth inning with his first homer but Wieters tacked on another run in the seventh with a solo shot, his fourth homer of the year. McGowan gave up five hits, six earned runs, and one walk while striking out five batters. The veteran right-hander said he has been feeling a little more fatigued than usual as he adjusts to life as a starter again. "My body just feels like it runs out of steam just a little bit," he said. "I shouldnt be feeling that. I should be at the point where I can go 90-100 (pitches), especially the way my arm feels -- it feels great." McGowan has had just one quality start this season since moving back to the rotation from the bullpen. He threw 70 pitches on the night, 43 of them for strikes. Tillman pitched 5 2-3 innings, allowing nine hits, seven earned runs and two walks with seven strikeouts. Announced attendance was 15,202 and the game took three hours 11 minutes to play. Notes: Cruz has seven career grand slams. ... Baltimores four-homer night was a season-high. ... Drew Hutchison (1-1) is scheduled to start the series finale Thursday night for the Blue Jays. The Orioles will counter with fellow right-hander Bud Norris. ... Toronto will wrap up its six-game homestand with a weekend series against the Boston Red Sox. ... Lawrie has five home runs on the season. ... Bautista has reached base safely in all 21 games this year. He also leads the major leagues with 27 walks. ... 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