1. Pirates Win First Game of Year, Beat Brewers 6-2

    MILWAUKEE -- Pedro Alvarez homered and drove in two runs, Neil Walker had three hits and the Pittsburgh Pirates avoided their first 0-4 start in nine years with a 6-2 win Friday night over the Milwaukee Brewers ...

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  2. Marte's Solo Homer

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  3. Cards Fall Short vs. Reds 5-4

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  4. Top of Lineup Impresses in 5-4 Win over STL

    Although it was a Friday Night Fireworks game at GABP tonight, Joey Votto also provided some in-game fireworks for the Cincinnati Reds ' fans. Votto had a first inning opposite field two-run home run after a Billy Hamilton lead-off walk...

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  5. Watch: Davis Flashes the Leather vs. Pirates

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  6. Reds Topple Cardinals Late to Win 5-4

    CINCINNATI -- Todd Frazier's eighth-inning sacrifice fly scored Billy Hamilton and gave the Reds a 5-4 victory over the Cardinals on Friday night at Great American Ball Park in a game that featured a pair of two-run homers by Joey Votto...

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  7. Hamilton, Reds Run Past Cards 5-4

    CINCINNATI • One of the strongest arms from right field had a chance to test itself against the fleetest feet in baseball...

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  8. Votto's 2 Homers Lead Unbeaten CIN over STL 5-4

    CINCINNATI -- Joey Votto hit a pair of two-run homers -- the strongest indication yet that he's fully back in form -- and Todd Frazier had a tiebreaking sacrifice fly on Friday night, keeping the Cincinnati Reds unbeaten with a 5-4 victory over the St..

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  9. 5 Biggest Takeaways for Chicago Cubs Following MLB Opening Week

    Expectations are extremely high for the Cubs this season and the regular season is finally underway. 2015 got off to a rocky start with the Cubs getting shut out at home to start the year, but there's plenty of season left to be played...

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  10. Votto's second homer

    4/10/15: Joey Votto hammers his second opposite-field home run of the game, driving in Jason Marquis and giving the Reds a 4-3 lead.....

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  11. Cubs Pitcher Justin Grimm Placed on DL: Chicago Cubs Blog

    Chicago Cubs pitcher Justin Grimm was placed on the 15-day disabled list with forearm inflammation in his pitching arm, the team announced on Friday.....

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  12. Cubs Place Grimm on DL with Forearm Injury, Recall Schlitter

    DENVER -- Reliever Justin Grimm was placed on the disabled list for the Cubs on Friday after battling inflammation in his right forearm throughout the latter part of Spring Training...

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  13. Dexter Fowler Could Be in Right Place at Right Time with Cubs

    It looked so promising in 2009 when Dexter Fowler broke into the majors as a rookie center fielder and helped the Rockies earn their second playoff berth in three seasons while playing with future National League All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki...

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  14. Starlin Castro? Addison Russell? Cubs See Wide-Open Possibilities

    It didn't take long for the Starlin Castro rumors to start up again – if that trade speculation ever even stopped.....

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  15. Are Recent off Days Proving Beneficial or Harmful to the St. Louis Cardinals?

    Before the start of the 2015 regular season, new Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred introduced pace of play rules for players to abide by during games.....

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  16. Cruz on Paternity Leave, Will Miss Cards' Weekend Series : Sports

    CINCINNATI • Cardinals backup catcher Tony Cruz will not be with the team this weekend for the three-game series against the Reds so that he can be present at the birth of his child...

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  17. Cubs Place RHP Justin Grimm on DL

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  18. Strauss: Last Year's Offense Won't Cut It for Cards : Sports

    The Cardinals required only one truncated series at restroom-challenged Wrigley Field to underscore a question mark while reinforcing the widely-held notion that this team cannot ...

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  19. Cards keeping an eye on all starters' innings : Sports

    CINCINNATI • In each of the previous two seasons the Cardinals have had a piggybank approach with their young starting pitchers, saving innings during the summer so that they can spend them when the value increases every fall...

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  20. Top Candidates to Enjoy Breakout Seasons for Cincinnati Reds in 2015

    After a promising first series against the Pittsburgh Pirates , the Cincinnati Reds will look to establish significant territory in the NL Central standings...

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  21. Don't Forget About Joey Votto, Sweeping Cincinnati Reds in Rugged NL Central

    Entering the 2015 season, Joey Votto and the Cincinnati Reds had something in common: Everyone was counting them out. The St. Louis Cardinals are the defending champs of the National League Central and have made four straight trips to the NLCS.

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  22. Local Cubs TV Broadcast Features All Sorts of Bad Graphic Errors

    The Chicago Cubs are having a rough start to the 2015 season, guys. Thus far, they've applied the "Put a Bird on It" philosophy in masking unmet deadlines , converted the upper ...

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  23. LISTEN: Cincinnati Reds' Walk Up Songs

    After the Reds ' dramatic Opening Day win, are you eager to see the Reds battle for 2-0 (assuming they don't get rained out)?.....

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  24. The Cincinnati Reds' Bullpen Needs Work

    Monday was Opening Day and Johnny Cueto was amazing. In seven innings, he had 10 strikeouts, one walk and no runs and already looked to be in mid-season form.....

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  25. The New Entrance to the Reds' Clubhouse Is Downright Palatial

    The Reds ' clubhouse got a big boost in "curb appeal" during the offseason, but it took more than just a coat of paint to gussy up the front door.....

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