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Play & Win was formed in 2000 by Radu Bolfea, Marcel Botezan, and Sebastian Barac, all of whom are from Alba Iulia, a city in the Transylvania region of Romania.[1] Throughout their career, the trio has collaborated with Activ, creating hits like "Superstar", "Dor", "Heaven" and "Lucruri Simple". Other collaborations include 3rei Sud Est's Alături de Îngeri, Sistem's Oare unde eşti, Andra's We Go Crazy,[2] and Inna's House Music.[5] Their production debut came in 2005 with the single Kylie for the Romanian band Akcent. The song peaked in the top 5 of music charts in Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, and Turkey as well as No. 1 on Netherlands, Finland and Romanian charts.[6]Play & Win produced Inna's first album Hot, released initially in 2009. The album included the single Hot which made Inna the first Romanian artist to top a Billboard chart in the United States when it reached No. 1 on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart.[7] The album also featured charted singles Love, Déjà Vu, Amazing and 10 Minutes, all of which were written and produced by Play & Win.[7][8][9] The singles Hot and Love from the album received more than 50 million views on YouTube in the first year of their release.[7] Play & Win also produced I Am the Club Rocker, INNA's second studio album released in 2011.[10] The album was certified Gold in both Romania and Poland and was described by Play & Win as their best record so far.[11][12] The album contained the single Sun Is Up which peaked at No. 1 in Bulgaria[13] and No. 5 on the UK Dance Chart.[14]

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The Bears conclude the day 13-8 overall, with a 2-1 record in UAA play while NYU is now to 16-3, after picking up its first win in the UAA (1-2). WashU outhit NYU 15-11 during the doubleheader while holding the Violets to just four earned runs.

For the ninth time this season, WashU got on the scoreboard in the first inning. With runners on first and second and one out, junior Christian Santos lined a single to center field to put the Bears ahead 1-0. Sophomore Conor O'Hara drew the Bears' third walk of the inning to load the bases, but a double play ended the threat for WashU.

The Bears broke the game open with a four-run fourth inning. O'Hara and freshman Ethan Kuehl hit back-to-back singles to start the inning and junior Ted Daley followed with a walk to load the bases. O'Hara scored on a fielder's choice by junior Spencer Egly and Kuehl came around to score on an error on the play to extend WashU's lead to 3-0. The Bears loaded the bases again with a single by junior Austin Darmawan and a walk by senior Max Golembo. Junior Ben Browdy then came through with a two-out single through the left side to score two more runs.

"It's good to start a tournament off with a win in a particularly challenging game against who I think is the best eight seed in any conference tournament," said OSU head coach Josh Holliday, whose club is 4-2 against OU this season. "That's a good team, and we played each other so much that the competition is very familiar...

Ohtani outdueled A's starter James Kaprielian (L, 5 IP, 3 ER, 3 BB, 6 K) on his way to his 10th win of the season. He joined Babe Ruth as the only two players in MLB history to hit 10 home runs and win 10 games in a single season, according to Action Network.

"It shows his athleticism, it shows his talent," Kotsay said of Ohtani's historic outing. "At this point you could say that it's one of a kind in the game, because it is. He's the only player doing it right now and doing it well."

The Rockies have now beaten the Giants nine straight times, tying their longest-ever winning streak against a particular opponent. Colorado won nine straight games against the Reds in 2008-2009 and against the Nationals in 2008-2009. The Mile High club is now 46-26, and stand 20 games above .500 for only the second season in team history (they finished 92-70 in 2009).

Phillips is the first Braves player since Ozzie Virgil, Jr. in 1988 with walk-off RBIs in back-to-back games. Since the franchise moved to Atlanta in 1966 the only other Braves players besides Virgil and Phillips to do it were Denis Menke in 1966 and Dusty Baker in 1972. 041b061a72


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