Aug 06, 2020
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez enjoy family dinner with her mom Lupe after touring Citi Field Stadium
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JENNIFER Lopez showcased her summer style as she walked hand-in-hand with fiancé Alex Rodriguez after touring NYC's Citi Field Stadium.
JLo teamed her boho-inspired look with a pair of sky-high strappy heels and complementing long-strapped handbag.
Accessorizing her ensemble, she sported a pair of large hoop earrings, oversized shades and a protective black face mask.
She worked her brown locks into a sleek chignon and paired it with a radiant make-up look.
Complementing his other half, Alex, 45, donned a light blue shirt and cream suit trousers with a similar black face mask.7They enjoyed a family dinner with her kids and mother Lupe following their visit to the Mets baseball fieldCredit: Splash News 7The pair looked happier than ever alongside Alex's daughter NatashaCredit: Splash News
Carrying a hot beverage in his hand, the former baseball star rounded off the look with a pair of tan-colored suede shoes and tortoise shell shades.
Later in the day, the pair looked utterly relaxed as they ate at Italian eatery Cipriani Downtown.
The loved-up couple were smiling as they interacted with their family members over the meal.
The family, which was previously quarantined in Florida, have now been spending their summer months in Long Island, New York.7JLo teamed her boho-inspired look with a pair of sky-high strappy heelsCredit: Splash News 7She sported a pair of large hoop earrings, oversized shades and a protective black face maskCredit: Getty Images - Getty
The pair have been spending the summer in their incredible $10million Hamptons mansion.
They've been joined by JLo's kids Emme and Maximillian, both 12, and Alex's daughters Natasha, 15, and Ella, 12.
Most recently, Jennifer celebrated her 51st birthday and the actress shared a video of her home filled with huge bunches of flowers, gifts and a personalized birthday cake.7The pair looked utterly relaxed as they ate at Italian eatery Cipriani DowntownCredit: The Mega Agency 7Jennifer placed her mask around her chin while enjoying her dinnerCredit: The Mega Agency
As the camera scanned the room, the 60s song It's My Party by Lesley Gore played in the background, with the words: "It's my party and I'll cry if I want to" being sung.
JLo captioned the images and wrote: "Crying tears of joy! Thank you for the best day!"
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Outside her home, bundles of white and gold helium balloons were also being delivered.
Another post on her Instagram stories showed her enjoying both chocolate and vanilla cupcakes, asking her followers to choose their favorite flavor.
Sharing a montage of well wishes from her fans across the world, the star said: "Thank you so much for all of your beautiful birthday wishes!"JLo and ARod show off hip hop dance moves with daughters Ella and Emme in new TikTok video
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Rojas, Cooper Homer To Lead Marlins Over Nationals 7-3
MIAMI (AP) — Miguel Rojas and Garrett Cooper each had a double and a homer and the Miami Marlins beat the Washington Nationals 7-3 on Saturday night.
With the win, Miami maintained its hold on second place in the NL East.
“We’re close to the finish line, we’re close to something this organization hasn’t done in a long time,” Cooper said of Miami’s 17-year post-season drought. “Everyone knows that and we’re trying to keep it on an even keel.”
Starling Marte and Brian Anderson each singled twice for the Marlins, who had 14 hits against Washington starter Patrick Corbin. Miami also got two hits from Lewis Brinson and Chad Wallach.
Pablo Lopez (5-4) matched his win total from last season with his 5 1/3 inning outing. Lopez allowed two runs and three hits, struck out seven and walked three.
Miami struck early, with Rojas hitting a leadoff homer off Corbin (2-6) in the first. Rojas drove Corbin’s fastball over the wall in left-center for his fourth homer of the season.
Cooper’s opposite field two-run blast to right-center increased the Marlins’ lead 3-0.
“Singles are great but as a big man, that’s your job, to hit some doubles and home runs,” said the 6-foot-5, 230-pound Cooper.
Andrew Stevenson’s two-run single in the fourth got Washington within 3-2 before Miami responded with RBI singles from Corey Dickerson and Wallach in the bottom of the inning.
The Marlins padded their lead with an RBI single from Jesus Aguilar in the fifth and Cooper’s run-scoring double in the sixth.
Richard Bleier retired the four batters he faced to set up Brandon Kintzler, who pitched a scoreless ninth.
Corbin was lifted after six innings. The left-hander allowed seven runs and struck out seven.
“One of those days, it wasn’t very good,” Corbin said. “They came out swinging, they didn’t miss any of my mistakes, they came to hit it.”
The loss dropped the Nationals to 19-31 — the same record before their 74-38 finish and eventual run to a World Series championship last season.
“I’d rather be 31-19, but hey, we just gotta keep battling, we gotta keep it going for the next 10 games or whatever it is and just try to go 1-0 (Sunday),” Washington manager Dave Martinez said . “That’s where we’re at right now.”
LOPEZ OVERCOMES DIFFICULT FOURTH:
After enduring a 22-pitch fourth inning, Lopez rebounded in the fifth, when he retired Victor Robles on a flyout to center and struck out Trea Turner and Juan Soto. Lopez limited the Nationals to the two-run fourth after Carter Kieboom was thrown out at home on an attempted double steal for the third out.
“That was huge and that gave me an extra boost through the fifth and into the sixth,” Lopez said.
ALFARO SITS FOR LOPEZ’S START:
Although he’s driven in nine runs and hit .318 in the current homestand, Marlins starting catcher Jorge Alfaro didn’t start Saturday. Manager Don Mattingly opted to go with Wallach because of his work with Lopez in the right-hander’s previous start. Lopez allowed a combined 12 runs over 5 2/3 innings in starts against Tampa Bay and Atlanta before Wallach caught him in a seven-inning, one-run outing against Philadelphia on Sept. 14.
“I thought Chad was really good with Pablo the last time,” Mattingly said. “(Lopez) kind of got back on track and I wanted to leave that combination.”
Nationals: RHP Aaron Barrett (right tricep tightness) received treatment Saturday. The reliever walked and hit the two batters he faced before leaving with his injury in the second game of Friday’s doubleheader.
Nationals: RHP Max Scherzer (4-3, 4.04) will start the first game of a seven-inning doubleheader against Miami on Sunday. The second starter has not been announced.
Marlins: RHP Sandy Alcantara (2-2, 3.45) will face the Nationals in the first game. Miami has not announced the second starter.
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