BINGHAMTON, N. Fake Vapormax Flyknit .Y. -- Jarred Tinordi scored with 30 seconds left in overtime, and added an assist in regulation, as the visiting Hamilton Bulldogs came from behind to defeat the Binghamton Senators 5-4 in American Hockey League action on Saturday. Gabriel Dumont also had a goal and an assist for Hamilton (21-22-4), while Maxime Macenauer, Mike Blunden and Christian Thomas also scored. Sven Andrighetto chipped in with two assists. Mike Hoffman scored twice for the East division-leading Senators (29-15-4), Andre Petersson had a goal and an assist, and Shane Prince added the other. Bulldogs goaltender Robert Mayer made 36 saves for the win. Nathan Lawson started in net for the Senators, but lasted only 20 minutes before giving way to Andrew Hammond. Lawson stopped 6 of 7 shots he faced, while Hammond gave up four goals on 33 shots for the loss. Binghamton opened the scoring with three straight goals in the first period before Blunden connected with a power-play goal at 18:48 of the first. Hamilton responded with two more goals to tie the game by the midway point of the second period. Peterssons power-play goal at 19:02 of the second gave the Senators the 4-3 edge, but Thomas replied with his seventh of the season at 15:16 of the third to force the extra frame. Mens Fake Vapormax . The England international raised his middle finger toward Manchester City supporters during Saturdays game at Etihad Stadium, which Arsenal lost 6-3. The incident was not seen by match officials at the time but the FA charged Wilshere retrospectively after a study of video footage. Nike Air VaporMax Plus Black Gold . -- Kansas City Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer will be out three to six weeks with a stress fracture of the third finger of his right hand.ORLANDO, Fla. - Marlon Byrd moved across Pennsylvania to Philadelphia. Tampa Bay is considering daring moves, and so is Texas. And the New York Yankees, as always, plan to be in the mix for some big-time deals. As the off-season market for trades and free-agent signings gets underway, Major League Baseball is considering some pretty radical changes for the entire sport next season. Expanded instant replay for umpires calls is virtually certain to be in place by opening day, and theres a chance a rule could be adopted to prevent runners from bowling over catchers at the plate. "Theres a pretty good possibility that something eventually will happen," MLB executive vice-president Joe Torre said Tuesday on the second day of the annual general managers meetings. "Whether its going to be soon enough to have it done this coming year, that remains to be seen. But I dont think its impossible." Outside the formal meeting room, Byrd and Philadelphia agreed to a $16 million, two-year contract, a huge step up from the $800,000 the outfielder earned this year from the New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates. And catcher Brayan Pena finalized a two-year deal with the Cincinnati Reds worth $2,275,000. They were the first of the 168 major league free agents to switch teams this off-season. Talk of limiting contact at the plate was the days most interesting development, one that could make Lou Brocks shoulder-to-shoulder collision with Bill Freehan during the 1968 World Series and Pete Roses bruising hit on Ray Fosse in the 1970 All-Star game relics of baseball history, like the dead-ball era. Torre said a written proposal will be developed that will be discussed when GMs gather again during the winter meetings, to be held at Lake Buena Vista from Dec. 9-12. "There are college rules where you have to slide. Im not saying thats what youre going to do," Torre said. "The players are bigger, stronger, faster. Its like in other sports. Theyve made adjustments and rules in other sports for that reason, to protect people." Torre said collisions when pitchers cover the plate on wild pitches and passed balls also are an issue. He planned to discuss the matter Wednesday with baseballs rules committee. A change for 2014 would need the approval of the players association. "Suffice it to say, the players have some thoughts of their own regarding home-plate collisions as well as a number of other topics," union deputy executive director Tony Clark, a former All-Star himself, said in an email to The Associated Press. "Well be addressing them all when we meet next month." Torre said agreements with players and umpires on expanded video review should be in place by January. "We expect to be all on the same page by the time we need to have it," he said. Virtually all umpires calls other than balls and strikes, checked swings and some foul tips will be reviewable. The system was tested last week during Arizona Fall League games, with two major league umpires reviewing video and making the final call. Baseball started using video review in 2008 but limited it to home run calls. Owners likely will give their go-ahead Thursday for funding and then approve the rules when they meet in January. "Im sure theyll do as much testing as tthey think is feasible, but ultimately theyll probably go with what they have," New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said. Wholesale Vapormax Womens . "There probably will be bugs. ... It might be a little rough at the beginning, but I think that things will work out thereafter." GMs are spending much of this week in meetings, finding out which players might be available in trades and what prices agents are seeking for their clients. "Its not the most conducive time to be doing anything," Oakland GM Billy Beane said. With MLB receiving a large increase next year in revenue from national broadcasting contracts, agents are asking for more at this early point in the off-season. "I think its the agents job always to try to get as much as they can get, since theyve been part of the MLB landscape," Dodgers GM Ned Colletti said. "I dont think its ever changed." With 2012 AL Cy Young Award winner David Price two years from free agency, low-payroll Tampa Bay is exploring trades. The Rays $65 million payroll at the end of the season was 28th among the 30 clubs. "We just cant be afraid to make bold moves," executive vice-president Andrew Friedman said. "Its almost become a cliche of one eye on the present, one eye on the future. Its absolutely our operating philosophy. Its something that we have to do." Texas also could make a big trade splash. Rangers GM Jon Daniels will consider offers for middle infielders Ian Kinsler and Elvis Andrus to clear a starting spot for 20-year-old Jurickson Profar. "I dont think at this point were going to go down the same path we did last year where Jurickson broke in as a utility player," Daniels said. "Weve got three guys at the big league level. Weve got another two guys at Double-A in Luis Sardinas and Rougned Odor that we view as potentially impact big league guys, and I think the industry does, so were not doing our jobs if we dont at least explore it." While the Rangers are interested in re-signing Nelson Cruz, closer Joe Nathan could be headed elsewhere, perhaps Detroit. Byrd already knows his destination. The 36-year-old outfielder hit a career-high 24 homers last season for the New York Mets and Pittsburgh, which acquired him on Aug. 27. He batted .364 with one homer and five RBIs in six playoff games after hitting .291 during the season with 88 RBIs, one short of his career best. "Marlon adds a significant upgrade both offensively and defensively to our outfield," Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said in a statement. "He has been particularly productive against left-handed pitching, which was a serious challenge for us this past season." Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner said a determination of Alex Rodriguezs grievance to overturn a 211-game suspension wont deter the team from filling its holes. Rodriguez has a $25 million salary next year and could earn an additional $6 million payment if he hits six home runs and ties Willie Mays at 660. Re-signing second baseman Robinson Cano is a top priority. "Even with Alex as our third baseman, weve got a fair amount of money to start spending to try to fill the holes," Steinbrenner said, "and thats what were going to do." ' ' '