1. Will Rest Help Cincinnati Reds' Bullpen?

    CHICAGO — While the bullpen again raised the collective blood pressure - along with the ire - of everyone out there in Redsland last night, there is some potential good news on the relief front...

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  2. Revisiting Joey Votto's 2013 Season

    Joey Votto's off to a nice start this year, and the thing I keep hearing that absolutely baffles me is that he's "back" for the first time since his knee injury in 2012.....

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  3. Reviewing Travis Wood for Sean Marshall

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  4. Carlos Gomez Returns to Milwaukee to Be Examined

    St. Louis - Brewers centerfielder Carlos Gomez is returning to Milwaukee on Thursday to have his strained hamstring examined by team physician William Raasch...

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  5. Report: Gomez Having His Hamstring Examined

    #Brewers Carlos Gomez going back to Milwaukee to have sore hamstring examined. Hopes to stay off disabled list...

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  6. Parra in CF with Gomez (Hamstring) Hobbled

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  7. Slumping Jonathan Lucroy Works on His Swing

    St. Louis — Jonathan Lucroy made it clear Wednesday that he wasn't panicking over his poor start at the plate to begin this season.....

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  8. Brewers' Michael Blazek Knew Oscar Taveras Well

    St. Louis - Before the St. Louis Cardinals ' home opener Monday afternoon at Busch Stadium, a video tribute was show in memory of Oscar Taveras.....

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  9. St. Louis Cardinals Injury News: Jaime Garcia's Future

    One of the biggest troubles concerning the St. Louis Cardinals of late has been left-handed starting pitcher Jaime Garcia's health.....

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  10. St. Louis Cardinals: Overreacting to Yadier Molina's Slow Start

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  11. Matheny Concerned with Bullpen's Early-Season Workload

    ST. LOUIS -- As manager Mike Matheny made his congratulatory postgame rounds following the Cardinals ' 4-2 win over the Brewers on Wednesday night, he intentionally gravitated toward the relief corps...

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  12. Cubs Spell Ryne Sandberg's Name Wrong in Calendar...Not Kidding

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  13. Cubs Top Reds in Rubber Match at Wrigley, 5-0

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 9 days ago 27 reads 0 comments

  14. Starlin Castro, Travis Wood Star for Chicago Cubs

    Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon stopped short of calling pitcher Travis Wood and shortstop Starlin Castro his two stars of the game -- he doesn't want to get into the habit of choosing ...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 9 days ago 159 reads 0 comments

  15. Neil Ramirez to Have MRI, Chicago Cubs to Re-Evaluate Roster

    Chicago Cubs reliever Neil Ramirez will have an MRI on his right shoulder on Thursday after leaving Wednesday's 5-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds with right shoulder "discomfort," according to manager Joe Maddon...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 9 days ago 238 reads 0 comments

  16. Gomez Waiting to See If He'll Miss 'A Couple of Days or a Lot'

    The Brewers will be without their leadoff hitter and starting center fielder when they seek a rare series win against the Cardinals on Thursday...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 9 days ago 242 reads 0 comments

  17. Lynn Solid Again, Leads Cardinals to Win over Brewers

    ST. LOUIS (AP) Lance Lynn extended his April success with five solid innings and Matt Holliday had a two-run single in the first inning, lifting the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday night...

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  18. Cardinals 4, Brewers 2 - Brewers struggle at plate again, fall to 2-6

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  19. Lynn, Bullpen Throttle Milwaukee 4-2

    Manager Mike Matheny had a fresh bullpen Wednesday night, and he needed it. Six relievers combined to throw four innings and Matheny's St...

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  20. Cards Knock off Brewers

    With three straight hits to open their first and fourth innings, the Cardinals came up with a pair of runs in each to knock off the visiting Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 Wednesday night before a crowd of 40,826 at Busch Stadium...

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  21. Lynn Solid Again, Leads Cardinals to Win over Brewers

    ST. LOUIS -- Lance Lynn extended his April success with five solid innings and Matt Holliday had a two-run single in the first inning, lifting the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday night...

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  22. Report: Gomez Exits with Right Hamstring Injury

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  23. Pirates Muster 2 Hits in 2nd Consecutive Loss to Tigers

    Francisco Liriano made one mistake Wednesday night. And with the way the Pirates are struggling to score, it was one missed location too many. Read more: http://triblive...

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  24. Pirates Shutout by Tigers for 2nd Day in a Row

    The Pirates might have been quaking in their cleats earlier this week when the mighty Detroit Tigers , averaging nearly eight runs per game, paid a visit to PNC Park. But in the end it was the Tigers' arms, and not their bats, that baffled the Pirates.

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  25. Video: Rizzo Hits His 1st HR of the Season

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