1. Reds Break out the Big Bats, Beat Braves 8-4

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  2. Reds Power Their Way to Another Victory over the Braves

    The Reds hit three homers and also had two triples tonight. When that's what you're going up against, then you're probably in big trouble, as the Braves were this evening. .....

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  3. Reds Beat Reeling Braves 8-4

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  4. Nats Win Pitchers' Duel Behind Dominant Performance from Gio

    After Washington's comeback win over Atlanta earlier in the week, it looked like the Washington Nationals offense had turned the corner. They posted 13, 13, and 8 runs over their three game winning streak...

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  5. Bruce Collects 2 Triples to Help Reds Beat Braves 8-4

    ATLANTA -- Jay Bruce powered two long triples, Marlon Byrd broke out of his slump and Zack Cozart had three hits to lead the Reds to an 8-4 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Saturday night...

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  6. Mets Waste Niese Gem, Get Shut out by Nats

    A day after Matt Harvey beat Washington in a tight pitchers' duel, the Mets stagnant offense wouldn't let Jon Niese do the same...

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  7. Gonzalez Outpitches Niese as Nationals Edge Mets 1-0

    Gio Gonzalez struck out nine in seven crisp innings on one of his favorite mounds, outpitching Jonathon Niese to lead the Washington Nationals over the New York Mets 1-0 Saturday night...

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  8. O's Beat Rays 4-0 Behind Gonzalez

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - In their latest effort to make the Baltimore media feel at home, the Rays served "Maryland style crab cakes" in the press dining room...

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  9. Gonzalez Keys Orioles' 4-0 Win over Rays

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Miguel Gonzalez pitched four-hit ball into the eighth inning, Steve Pearce drove in two runs and Baltimore beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-0 Saturday night in a relocated Orioles home game...

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  10. The Cauldron on Twitter

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  11. Marisnick's Amazing Catch

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  12. Cruz's Towering Drive

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  13. Bruce's Two-Run Triple

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  14. Miami Marlins Game Recap: Marlins Defeat Phillies 7-0

    Things are looking up in Miami, as the Miami Marlins won their third straight series, after defeating the Phillies 7-0 this afternoon. The win pushes Miami to 12-12, which is an incredible mark considering the 3-11 start this team endured...

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  15. Feeling 'Really Good,' Pujols Returns with HR

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Albert Pujols homered in his return from a tight left hamstring Saturday, providing one of few bright spots in the Angels ' 5-4 loss to the Giants at AT&T Park...

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  16. Byrd Extends to Make Great Catch

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  17. Giants Notes: Crawford Still Crushing Lefties; Hudson Goes Deep

    SAN FRANCISCO — There have only been nine left-on-left homers in the National League this season. Brandon Crawford has two of them, and he's the only left-handed-hitting position player in the National League to have twice taken a lefty deep...

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  18. National League: Why Baseball Without the Designated Hitter Is Better

    A hotly contested topic among the baseball world in the past week (and for quite some time now) has been whether or not the National League should change its rules to institute the use of the designated hitter...

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  19. Machado's Barehanded Play

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  20. Blake Swihart Flashes Athleticism, Poise in Strong Debut with Red Sox

    BOSTON — Wait, he's a catcher? If you had that thought Saturday while watching Blake Swihart motor around from first base on Mookie Betts' RBI double off the Green Monster, you probably weren't alone...

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  21. Cruz's Solo Homer

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  22. Hamels Hit Hard in Phillies' Loss to Marlins

    MIAMI - Cole Hamels endured his worst start in more than a calendar year in the Phillies ' 7-0 loss to the Marlins on Saturday, with the ace lefthander allowing a season-high six runs on 10 hits over six innings...

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  23. Cardinals Earn 2-1 Walk-off Win Against Pirates

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  24. Have Mercy: Marlins 7, Phillies 0

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  25. Phillies Fall to Marlins 7-0

    MIAMI (AP) — Martin Prado homered and drove in four runs, leading Dan Haren and the Miami Marlins over the Philadelphia Phillies 7-0 on Saturday. .....

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