1. Votto Explodes in Reds' Loss to Pirates

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  2. Kang's Grand Slam Powers Pirates to 5-4 Win over Reds

    CINCINNATI — Tucker Barnhart, the Cincinnati Reds rookie catcher, shot up from his crouch and watched Jung Ho Kang's sixth-inning line drive climb into the night. Then, Barnhart turned his head away and punched his right leg in disgust...

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  3. Marlins 5, Brewers 2: Will Smith Continues to Struggle in Relief

    On a night when Ariel Pena made his first major-league start for the Milwaukee Brewers and catcher Nevin Ashley played his first game at the top level, the bigger story was the continued second-half struggles of reliever Will Smith...

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  4. Joey Votto Goes Nuts on Ump After Being Thrown Out of Game

    Tensions ran high at Great American Ball Park when Reds first baseman Joey Votto was ejected in the eighth inning of Cincinnati's 5-4 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday...

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  5. Votto Goes Wild in Argument, Pirates Beat Reds on Kang Slam

    CINCINNATI -- Reds star Joey Votto went ballistic after a called strike and got ejected, with teammates and even an umpire needing to hold him back Wednesday night in Cincinnati's 5-4 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates ...

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  6. Brewers Catcher Lucroy Sidelined by Mild Concussion

    MIAMI (AP) — Milwaukee Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy sustained a mild concussion Tuesday night against the Miami Marlins after taking a foul ball off of his mask.....

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  7. Watch: Joey Votto Goes Nuts After Being Ejected

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  8. Video: Kang Hits Pirates' 1st Grand Slam Since 2014

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  9. Cubs: Jon Lester Endorses Jake Arrieta for Wild-Card Game

    ST. LOUIS – At this point, Jake Arrieta or Jon Lester sounds more like a conversation starter for newspapers, talk shows and Twitter than a real debate inside the Cubs organization...

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  10. Lucroy Sidelined with Concussion Symptoms

    #Brewers C Jonathan Lucroy has concussion symptoms after foul tip off mask last nite. Likely to miss a few days...

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  11. Yadier Molina Doesn't Know Own Strength, Snaps Bat While Tapping Home Plate

    St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina is apparently pretty strong, and he doesn't even know it. During a game against the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday afternoon, Molina broke his bat while "tapping" home plate...

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  12. Coghlan's Tough Catch

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  13. Randal Grichuk Plays Center with Injured Arm

    ST. LOUIS -- A day after gaining clearance to pinch-hit earlier than expected, Randal Grichuk made a surprise return to the lineup on Wednesday against the Cubs , but with one sizable limitation: He can't throw -- at least not with much oomph...

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  14. Cubs' Jake Arrieta Lined Up for NL Wild-Card Game Against Pirates

    Manager Joe Maddon would like the Chicago Cubs ' players to keep their focus on catching St. Louis in the National League Central race despite a 6 1/2-game deficit and only 25 games left...

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  15. Reds' Hamilton Returns to Lineup Wednesday

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  16. Hochman: Cardinals Can't Be Complacent

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  17. Anthony Rizzo: 'Scary' Good Cubs Could Still Catch Cardinals

    ST. LOUIS — The Cubs don't need to make a statement in early September when the computers give them a 90-something percent chance to make the playoffs...

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  18. Cubs GM Jed Hoyer Hopes Momentum Translates into Payroll Boost

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  19. Lineup: Grichuk (Elbow) Starting Wednesday

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  20. St. Louis Cardinals' NL Central Stranglehold Starting to Slip Away

    The division was once a runaway, and that was as recently as a week ago. In the six games since, the National League Central has turned into a legitimate race as the St...

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  21. Cubs Start Fast, Then Hold off Cardinals

    Anthony Rizzo hit a two-run homer in the first and Starlin Castro hit a three-run homer in the second, both against Michael Wacha, to give Chicago a 6-0 lead...

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  22. As Victories Pile Up, Cubs Focus on Critical Series Crystallizes

    The Cubs say they haven't adjusted their rotation yet in anticipation of a National League wild-card game against the Pirates ...

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  23. Castro, Rizzo Lead Cubs to 8-5 Win over Cardinals

    Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo homered and combined for seven RBI and the Chicago Cubs earned their fifth straight win, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 8-5 in the middle game of a three-game series on Tuesday night...

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  24. Brewers 4, Marlins 6: Jungmann Stumbles, Santana Thrives

    In 16 starts heading into Tuesday night's game against the Marlins , Brewers pitcher Taylor Jungmann had allowed more than two runs just twice. Think about that. That's incredible...

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  25. Gerrit Cole Understands Decision to Skip Start

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