1. Braun's Grand Slam Ties Yount, Brewers Top Phillies 6-1

    MILWAUKEE -- Ryan Braun hit a grand slam to tie Robin Yount's franchise home run mark, lifting the Milwaukee Brewers to a 6-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday and a sweep of the season series...

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  2. Ramirez, Pirates Rough Up Mets After Rain for Series Sweep

    NEW YORK -- Aramis Ramirez had four hits and three RBI, Pedro Alvarez homered and Pittsburgh roughed up the sloppy Mets after a rain delay Sunday for an 8-1 victory that sealed the Pirates ' first season series sweep of New York...

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  3. Watch: Braun Ties Yount's Brewers HR Record with GS

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  4. Kyle Schwarber Finds out What Cubs-White Sox Is All About

    Kyle Schwarber didn't realize a White Sox fan threw something at him until he got back to his spot in left field. “Tall boy,” Schwarber said. “It wasn't even drank all the way...

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  5. McCutchen, Kang out of Series Finale vs. Mets

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  6. Holmberg Chased Early in Reds Loss to Dodgers

    Nobody with the Reds expects the final 48 games of the season to be easy. The team has used a rookie starter in every game since July 29 and doesn't have any veterans ready to come in and take innings...

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  7. Wainwright 'Getting Better Every Week'

    Out in right field Saturday during batting practice, as teammates prepared for the evening's game all around him, Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright took another literal step toward what he has insisted could be a return this season...

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  8. Gene Collier: It's Far Past Time to Just Enjoy This Pirates Ride

    As we await some reliably inspirational rendering of “O Canada” to grace the World Series for the first time since 1993 — the Toronto Blue Jays this week became ...

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  9. Chicago Cubs Beat White Sox for 15th Win in 16 Games

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  10. Jake Arrieta Delivers Another Quality Start as Cubs Beat White Sox

    As dependable as Jake Arrieta has been since throwing his 122-pitch shutout at Minnesota on June 21, Cubs manager Joe Maddon has cautioned there is still plenty of room for growth from his well-equipped starter...

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  11. Lackey Has the Magic Numbers as Cards Win 6-2

    As the last seven weeks of the baseball play out, there will be plenty of time to talk magic numbers for the Cardinals . But, in John Lackey's case, 12 was the key number Saturday night at Busch Stadium...

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  12. Pirates' Cole Went from Prospect to Project to MLB Ace

    Days after agreeing to a club-record $8 million signing bonus in August 2011, Gerrit Cole traveled to Bradenton, Fla., and entered Jim Benedict's sliver of an office in the Pirate City complex...

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  13. Pittsburgh Pirates Star Andrew McCutchen Talks MVP Surge

    On the night of May 6, standing at his stall at PNC Park, the face of baseball in Pittsburgh was as flustered as I've ever seen...

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  14. Celebrate or Don't, Chicago Cubs Manager Joe Maddon Doesn't Care

    The only reason Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon knew of Friday's back-and-forth between Cubs reliever Pedro Strop and White Sox base runner Alexei Ramirez is because he turned on the news that night...

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  15. Alvarez's Glove Comes Up Big for Bucs

    NEW YORK -- Pedro Alvarez's performance as a first baseman has been scrutinized, criticized and abridged -- manager Clint Hurdle removing him late in most games for defensive purposes...

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  16. Barnhart Making Most of Opportunity with Reds

    LOS ANGELES -- Any hopes for Devin Mesoraco to be behind the plate for 140 games for the Reds this season evaporated in April when the All-Star catcher suffered a hip impingement injury that eventually required season-ending surgery...

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  17. 'Schwarber Factor' Has Cubs Machine Churning

    CHICAGO -- Here's the Keep it Simple Stupid version of all you need to know about how the Cubs have gone from a cute little story to the team you'd least like to meet in the postseason: ...

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  18. Jon Lester Sends Positive Message to John Farrell

    Lester beat cancer and earned two World Series rings with the Red Sox while Farrell worked as the pitching coach (2007) and manager (2013)...

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  19. Adams (Quad) Cleared to Swing, Begins Running

    After being cleared recently to swing a bat and participating in drills at first base, St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Matt Adams has begun mixing in sprints to his rehab process from quad surgery...

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  20. Cincinnati Reds Fall to Dodgers in John Lamb's Big League Debut

    The box score won't show it, but John Lamb was quite impressive in his major league debut with the Cincinnati Reds on Friday night. Unfortunately, one bad inning did him in, as the Los Angeles Dodgers came away with a 5-3 win...

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  21. Cardinals Still Unsettled at First Base

    First base isn't usually a carousel position for a big league team, especially one with the best record in the majors...

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  22. Lamb's First MLB Strikeout

    John Lamb records his first Major League strikeout on Adrian Gonzalez in his MLB debut against the Dodgers .....

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  23. Garcia, Carpenter Team Up to Lead Cardinals over Marlins

    ST. LOUIS -- Jaime Garcia pitched shutout ball into the ninth inning and Matt Carpenter homered, leading the St. Louis Cardinals over the Miami Marlins 3-1 Friday night...

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  24. Pirates Score 2 Runs in 10th Inning, Hold off Mets

    NEW YORK — Aggressive managing by Pirates manager Clint Hurdle paid off Friday in a 10-inning, 3-2 series opening win over the New York Mets ...

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  25. Pirates Notebook: Stewart's Backup Role Redefined

    NEW YORK — Chris Stewart, counted on to catch every one of Gerrit Cole's starts from early May to early August, likely will spend the rest of the regular season flashing signals to other Pirates pitchers...

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