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It wasnt the sort of performance you would expect from a side chasing for a playoff place. With the opportunity to close to within a point of the postseason positions, Vancouver Whitecaps turned in a display in front of their home fans on Saturday that lacked energy, cohesion and ideas. Real Salt Lake walked out of BC Place with a 1-0 win, despite having left most of their regular starters at home, and they thoroughly deserved the three points. The visitors took the lead inside ten minutes when Devon Sandoval headed in a superb cross from Lovel Palmer, and through the following 80 minutes, the Whitecaps were hardly able to muster an effort on goal. It was an incredibly flat performance from a team that had everything to play for, and it was summed up perfectly by Caps midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker following the game. "We got taught a footballing lesson today," Reo-Coker told my TSN colleague Perry Solkowski. "They have a system that they stick to through the whole season and everybody knows their roles. They had a lot more desire than us." Whitecaps coach Martin Rennie didnt sugarcoat things either. "I thought it was a terrible performance from everybody, and that means it was a terrible performance from the coach as well," he said. Real Salt Lake played really well - a team of reserves who all stepped up and proved that the Utah club has the deepest squad in MLS. However, the Whitecaps also made it fairly easy for them. We have seen many times at BC Place earlier in the season that the Whitecaps are capable of playing an attacking, entertaining style of play, scoring plenty of goals, but that wasnt evident at all against Real Salt Lake. As has been the case this year, Vancouver certainly missed the injured Kenny Miller, but they still had plenty of attacking weapons available. The problem was those weapons appeared fairly blunt. There was little creativity and an inability to break down a very well organized Real Salt Lake team. Perhaps the biggest disappointment was the lack of urgency. Playing at home against a massively understrength opposition, the Whitecaps just never seemed to get going. Even when Rennie made changes early in the second half bringing on the speedsters Darren Mattocks and Kekuta Manneh, the Caps produced very little to trouble the opposition. In past games, the injection of Mannehs pace has changed games, but both Manneh and Mattocks provided little impact off the bench. It wasnt until the 93rd minute of the match that we saw the first attack-minded burst from midfield by Reo-Coker. In fact, Real Salt Lake managed the midfield battle for most of the match, dominating possession and preventing the Caps from gaining any momentum going forward. While the Whitecaps chances of making the postseason are mathematically still very much alive, there is little chance of them picking up the necessary points from the remaining four games, judging by the display they produced at the weekend. It was even more puzzling following on from a spirited and highly effective showing in Montreal a week earlier when the Whitecaps came away from Stade Saputo with a 3-0 victory. Its now just two wins in 11 matches for Vancouver – far away from the form needed to challenge for the top five. If the Whitecaps are to keep their hopes alive, they will need to achieve two firsts. Objective number one is to win against Portland Timbers on Sunday, something they are yet to do in Major League Soccer. They will then have to go into Seattle the following Wednesday (live on MLS on TSN) and win at Century Link Field for the first time. The Timbers and Sounders have improved greatly this season, as have Colorado Rapids. At this stage, it seems the Whitecaps havent been able to keep up. The Media Match The day before the Whitecaps played against Real Salt Lake, the club held its first – and soon to be annual – Media Invitational Tournament. It was a fantastic event with around 50 media members attending and split into four teams playing three matches each on the BC Place pitch. If you listen to our TSN FC podcast or follow along on Twitter, you will know the stakes were high, with plenty of banter going back and forth in the days leading up to the tournament. For the record - because my broadcast partner Jason De Vos will try and twist the story – I actually scored three goals, one in each of the games. The highlight was a stunning back-post volley against Jasons team. We ended up tying the match 4-4, and post-game Jason tweeted: "To his credit, Luke played well." Make sure you check out this weeks podcast for a full recap of the event. Cecil Cooper Jersey . 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After losing Brett Cecil to groin tightness on Friday, the Blue Jays watched as R.NEW YORK -- Once Masahiro Tanaka overcame that early jolt from Jose Reyes, the Japanese rookie did just fine. Tanaka gave up a home run to Reyes on the first pitch of the game, then earned his major league-high 11th victory as the New York Yankees beat Toronto 3-1 Tuesday night for their 14th straight home win over the Blue Jays. That was the first time Tanaka could remember getting tagged so quickly and said it "threw me off my rhythm a little bit." "Overall, I think my stuff wasnt really there," he said through a translator. Even so, Tanaka (11-1) struck out 10 in six innings and left with an AL-best 1.99 ERA. The right-hander has made 14 starts this season -- hes gone at least six innings in every outing and never permitted more than three earned runs. "What hes done is remarkable," Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. "He wins." Brett Gardner hit a two-run homer off the right-field foul pole and the Yankees sent the AL East leaders to their seventh loss in 10 games. Tanaka made his big league debut April 4 at Toronto and Melky Cabrera hit a leadoff home run on the third pitch. Reyes provided an even faster start with a drive into the lower deck in right, and slapped his hands as he rounded first. "I made up my mind before the game that I was going to swing at the first pitch," he said. "You dont want to face Tanaka with two strikes." Said Girardi: "He just threw a pitch right down the middle and up. Reyes knew what to do." "Reyes is familiar with this ballpark," he said. "He went to the short part of the park." Cabrera followed with a liner between Tanakas legs that knocked off the pitchers glove. But Tanaka scrambled to retrieve the ball behind the mound and threw out Cabrera, and never again allowed a runner past second. Tanaka gave up five hits and walked two in moving ahead of Torontos Mark Buehrle for the most wins in the majors. Buehrle starts Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium in the middle game of the three-game series. The Blue Jays were the second team to face Tanaka twice. He blanked the Chicago Cubs for eight innings in April before they handed him his onnly loss a month later.dddddddddddd Dellin Betances worked two innings and David Robertson closed for his 17th save in 19 tries. New York pitchers combined for 15 strikeouts and became the latest staff to slow down the Blue Jays, limited to 24 runs in their last 11 games. Pitching about 50 miles from his Long Island hometown, Blue Jays rookie Marcus Stroman (3-2) threw 98 pitches in 3 2-3 innings on a sticky night. Gardner gave him a workout right away, grounding out in a 12-pitch at-bat to lead off the first. Kelly Johnson doubled in the third for the Yankees first hit and Gardner pulled a go-ahead home run. Derek Jeter opened the fifth with his second hit of the game and scored his 1,900th run on a single by Mark Teixeira. Jeter is 10th on the career runs list, 19 behind longtime teammate Alex Rodriguez. NOTES: After the game, Toronto reinstated OF Colby Rasmus (hamstring) from the disabled list and optioned OF Anthony Gose to Triple-A Buffalo. ... The Blue Jays drought at Yankee Stadium started in August 2012, and theyve dropped 23 of their last 25 in the Bronx. The team cited the Elias Sports Bureau in saying it matched the Yankees longest such winning streak against one opponent since 1961 -- they also won 14 straight home game vs. Kansas City from 2002-06. ... Tanaka has fanned at least 10 in five starts. ... Girardi became the sixth manager to win 600 games with the Yankees. ... Reyes hit his 20th career leadoff homer, and second this year. ... Cabrera has a 17-game hitting streak vs. the Yankees, his former team. ... Toronto RHP R.A. Dickey is fine to make his next start Friday night in Cincinnati, manager John Gibbons said. The knuckleballer made an early exit Saturday in Baltimore because of groin tightness. ... Yankees 2B Brian Roberts started after missing two games with a bruised right knee. ... Yankees LHP CC Sabathia (knee) threw a bullpen session Sunday and is set for another one Tuesday. "No setbacks," he said. Sabathia had hoped to return by the All-Star break, but Girardi said theres no timeframe. ... There was a pregame moment of silence for Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, who died Monday. 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