1. Reds-Cubs Game Delayed After Benches Clear

    Both benches and bullpens emptied in the middle of the ninth inning of Chicago's game against Cincinnati on Thursday after Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo apparently took exception to the Reds ' inside pitches...

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  2. Molina, Phillips Have Similar Thumb Injury, Could Be out Rest of Season

    The St. Louis Cardinals are trying to chase down the Milwaukee Brewers , but they'll now have to do so without one of their top offensive players, lost to a torn ligament in his thumb...

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  3. Chapman Ties Record for K's in Consec. Appearances

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  4. Bailey Left with Pain in His Patellar Tendon in Right Knee

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  5. Homer Bailey Leaves the Game with a Scary-Looking Injury

    We have no details at all. All we know is that Homer Bailey just left the Reds - Cubs game rather abruptly. And with an injury to a body part which was not immediately clear, which makes it kind of scary...

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  6. Alcantara's Two-Run Double

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  7. Bailey Leaves Game in 6th with Apparent Injury

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  8. The Pirates' Triple-Decker Grilled Cheese Sandwich Is the King of Ballpark Food

    What, you thought the Choomongous was the only weird and large ballpark food item I would be consuming for your entertainment this summer? There are a whole lot of other stadiums and ...

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  9. Pirates' Harrison Has Proven Hes Legit

    You may think that Pittsburgh Pirates infielder/outfielder Josh Harrison is on the All-Star team simply because of his versatility in the field.....

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  10. Will the Front Office Admit a Mistake by Making a Trade?

    St. Louis Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak spoke with Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about the club's approach as the trade deadline nears. In the subsequent article on stltoday...

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  11. Kelly Feels Good for Return on Friday

    Joe Kelly will return to the scene of the crime Friday night. The last game the Cardinals played in Milwaukee , on April 16, was the last time Kelly played in a major league game...

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  12. Heisey's Leaping Catch

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  13. What's Brewing: Time for Brewers to Make Trade

    Six years ago this week, the Milwaukee Brewers acquired CC Sabathia from the Cleveland Indians in one of the greatest deadline deals in history.....

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  14. Brewers Were Midseason 'Moneyball' Champs in NL

    In the game of "Moneyball," the Milwaukee Brewers were the National League winners at the midway point in the 2014 Major League Baseball season.....

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  15. Segura Searching for Offensive Consistency

    MILWAUKEE -- Although he's still playing sensational defense, shortstop Jean Segura's production at the plate this season pales in comparison to his offensive performance during the first half of last season that earned him a spot on the All-Star team...

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  16. All-Star Possibility Pumping Up Anthony Rizzo

    CINCINNATI — Anthony Rizzo took the lead Wednesday night for the National League Final Vote, and he expressed his appreciation for the support...

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  17. Pirates Tumble into 4th Place in NL Central

    ST. LOUIS — Brandon Cumpton made a spot start for the Pirates on Wednesday, trying to lend a hand after Gerrit Cole went on the disabled list...

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  18. No Walk Off, No Drama but Pirates Still Fall

    ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Cardinals spared the sellout crowd of 43,941 the drama of the previous two nights on Wednesday evening at Busch Stadium. There would be no walk-off home run, though Kolten Wong did homer for the second night in a row...

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  19. Cubs Behold Future with Alcantara, Beeler

    CINCINNATI – At 38-52, 13 games out of first place in the National League Central and with two top pitchers already traded away weeks ahead of the nonwaiver trade deadline, the Cubs are looking to the future again...

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  20. Phillies 4, Brewers 1 - Fading Brewers fall to Phillies, again

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  21. Hendricks Next Prospect to Make Debut

    OMAHA, Neb. -- The march of major league debuts continues as Chicago Cubs starter Kyle Hendricks takes the mound Thursday in their series finale against the Cincinnati Reds .....

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  22. Cubs Tweak Wrigley Renovation Plans Yet Again

    "It ain't over till it's over," Yogi Berra once said. That seems particularly apt for the Wrigley renovation saga.....

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  23. Lohse Strong but Milwaukee Bats Stay Silent

    MILWAUKEE -- The offensive woes continued for the slumping Brewers , who managed just three hits en route to their eighth loss in nine games, a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Roberto Hernandez and the Phillies on Wednesday night...

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  24. Young Cubs Fall to Reds as Streak Reaches 6 Games

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  25. Cubs Behold Future with Alcantara, Beeler

    CINCINNATI – At 38-52, 13 games out of first place in the National League Central and with two top pitchers already traded away weeks ahead of the nonwaiver trade deadline, the Cubs are looking to the future again...

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