1. Bernie: Cards' Early-Bird 15-6 Record Is Historical

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  2. Early Grades for All of Cincinnati Reds' Offseason Acquisitions

    With April over and the Cincinnati Reds ' record at 11-11, there's a tiny sample size worthy of attention...

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  3. Cincinnati Reds Play Long Ball in 5-1 Win over Braves

    Tonight's game started as a pitcher's duel between Mike Leake and Shelby Miller, as the score stood 0-0 for five innings. While Leake pitched largely without trouble for most of the game, the Cincinnati Reds had their share of chances against Miller...

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  4. Mike Leake tosses gem - and homers - in Reds' 5-1 win

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  5. Reds Pitcher Leake Dominates Braves

    Out went Braves slugger Jason Heyward, a fan favorite. Back came Shelby Miller, a promising young right-hander with a short track record...

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  6. Leake Pitches, Hits Reds Past Struggling Braves

    ATLANTA -- Mike Leake pitched eight strong innings and hit his fifth career home run to help the Cincinnati Reds beat the Atlanta Braves 5-1 on Thursday night...

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  7. Can Soler-Rizzo-Bryant-Russell Quartet Become Future Murderers' Row for Cubs?

    There are some pieces of baseball history that a responsible baseball writer needs to think twice about invoking. Then there are the "Murderers' Row" New York Yankees lineups of the 1920s, which require at least 1...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 6 days ago 35,782 reads 75 comments

  8. Cooney's MLB Debut Doesn't Go as Planned

    ST. LOUIS -- Despite the less-than-desirable debut from lefty Tim Cooney, the Cardinals ended a four-game series against the Phillies with a 9-3 win at Busch Stadium on Thursday behind a blitz attack from the top half of their lineup...

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  9. Phillips (Illness) a Late Scratch vs. Braves

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  10. Milwaukee Brewers: Ron Roenicke on the Hot Seat?

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  11. Votto Back in Lineup vs. Braves

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  12. Cards Prospect Gonzales to Resume Throwing Soon

    ST. LOUIS -- Lefty Marco Gonzales, who stopped throwing after his April 20 start due to tightness in his left pectoral muscle, is expected to resume playing catch late this week...

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  13. Watch: Jay Makes Nifty Running Catch in CF vs. PHI

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  14. Garcia (Shoulder) Tosses 5 IP in Simulated Game

    St. Louis Cardinals left-hander Jaime Garcia made progress Thursday in his latest attempt to revive his uncooperative shoulder, tossing 54 pitches over five innings in a simulated game, reports MLB ...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 6 days ago 16 reads 0 comments

  15. Hurdle Says Pirates' Starters Will Get More Time off as Season Unfolds

    CHICAGO — Earlier this spring, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle revealed his intention to implement an inventive plan to rest regulars more often and play bench players. Read more: http://triblive...

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  16. Cards Must Ride a Strong Bullpen Without Waino

    With Adam Wainwright lost for the season, most of the early reaction was focused on wondering what the Cardinals will do to fill the void in the rotation. But Waino's absence could put more of a burden the Cards bullpen...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 6 days ago 9 reads 0 comments

  17. Pitching Will Dictate Cubs' Playoff Push

    General manager Jed Hoyer is aware of baseball's pendulum, so he's not about to jump to conclusions and immediately declare the Cubs are aggressively pursuing upgrades...

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  18. GM Jed Hoyer Hopes Cubs Will Become Buyers

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  19. Pirates' McCutchen Collects 1,000th Career Hit in Victory over Cubs

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  20. Pirates offense comes to life to help Cole defeat Cubs, 8-1

    Gerrit Cole rumbled into Wrigley Field riding the longest winning streak of any major league starting pitcher, and seized control Wednesday night, leading the Pirates to an 8-1 victory against the Chicago Cubs ...

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  21. Pirates Snap Cubs Four-Game Winning Streak

    Gerrit Cole allowed three hits over six innings, Andrew McCutchen had a two-run triple and the Pittsburgh Pirates posted an 8-1 victory Wednesday night, salvaging the finale of the ...

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  22. Pittsburgh Pirates defeat Chicago Cubs, avoid sweep

    Pittsburgh Pirates ace Gerrit Cole shut down the Cubs for six innings Wednesday to prevent the Cubs from sweeping the Pirates and keeping pace with the first-place Cardinals ....

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  23. Cole, McCutchen Lead Pirates Past Cubs, 8-1

    Andrew McCutchen reached the 1,000-hit plateau Wednesday night, which was a big deal to nearly everyone in the Pittsburgh Pirates ' clubhouse -- except McCutchen...

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  24. Grant Balfour on Cubs' radar in search for bullpen reinforcements

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  25. Martinez, Bourjos Come Up Big for Cardinals to Pick Up Win

    One 23-year old in the Cardinals starting rotation, Michael Wacha improved his record to 4-0 with a win yesterday night. The other 23-year old, Carlos Martinez looked to improve to 3-0 tonight...

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