IRVINE, Calif. -- Ryan Lochte beat Michael Phelps to win the 200-meter individual medley at the U.S. national championships Sunday night, leaving Phelps winless in four races at his biggest meet since coming out of retirement. Lochte, the world champion, led all the way and touched in 1 minute, 56.50 seconds Sunday night. He is coming off major knee surgery, which limited his training. "This year has been up and down, but Im glad I got a win knowing that I really havent done the work I wanted to," he said. Phelps, the three-time Olympic champion in the event, chased Lochte throughout and pulled into the wall second in 1:56.55. Lochtes time was second-fastest in the world this year; Phelps was third-quickest. "If you go out in that race its pretty painful in the end," Phelps said. It was Lochtes first victory of the five-day meet after finishing second in the 100 freestyle and third in the 200 backstroke. Four months into his comeback, Phelps came up empty. He finished second in the 100 butterfly, sixth in the 100 back and seventh in the 100 free. Olympian Tyler Clary was third in 1:57.94. Lochte, Phelps and Clary are headed to Australia to compete in the Pan Pacific Championships this month. Simone Manuel won the 50 freestyle in 24.56 seconds to go with her second-place finish in the 100 free. Natalie Coughlin, at 31 the oldest woman competing at nationals, finished sixth. She failed to make her record-tying fifth Pan Pacific team and as a result wont qualify for next years world championships. That leaves Coughlin out of the two biggest international meets leading up to the 2016 Rio Olympics. Melanie Margalis won the 200 individual medley in 2:10.20 to earn a berth at her first major international meet. Swimming on the far outside in lane eight, Katy Campbell won the 1,500 freestyle in 16:17.59 after world record-holder Katie Ledecky decided not to swim on the meets final night. 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Gomes drove in all three runs, including a go-ahead two-run homer in the eighth inning, and Cleveland rallied for a 3-2 win over the Chicago White Sox on Sunday.Marcus Stroman faces Oakland for the first time as he gets the call for a Toronto team that dropped a 4-1 decision to Sonny Gray and the Athletics in the first game of a 10-game west coast trip. A first-round pick in 2012, Stroman pitched a one-run, eight-inning gem to beat the New York Yankees on June 23 and was then solid in a no-decision versus the Chicago White Sox on Saturday. Stroman allowed two runs on just two hits and a pair of walks over 6 2/3 innings, fanning six. The 23-year-old was pulled in the seventh frame after giving up a double and a walk, but reliever Dustin McGowan served up a three-run homer as the White Sox jumped in front. "If you could do things over, you leave [Stroman] in," Jays manager John Gibbons admitted. 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