1. Pittsburgh Pirates: What We've Learned from the Team's Start to the Season

    Having reached the postseason each of the past two seasons only to fall in the divisional playoff round, the Pittsburgh Pirates were considered one of the early favorites to represent the National League in the World Series...

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  2. Peralta Leaves Game vs. Braves with Left Side Tightness

    Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Wily Peralta has left Friday's contest with the Atlanta Braves after four innings due to left side tightness.....

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  3. Milwaukee Brewers on Twitter

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  4. Braun's two-run homer

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  5. Holliday to DH Against Royals

    KANSAS CITY • Matt Holliday is a career .310 hitter as a left fielder and only .205 as a designated hitter, but he will be the DH Friday night when the Cardinals play the Kansas City Royals ...

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  6. Cubs Owner Ricketts Buys Wrigley Rooftop Buildings

    Just two months into the baseball season, the Cubs are exceeding fans' expectations and creating a national buzz with one of the best records in the National League .....

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  7. Junior Lake Receives Rare Start

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  8. Pirates' McCutchen Laughs Off Pay Stub Leak

    Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen reacted with laughter rather than anger Friday after a photo of one of his pay stubs turned up on the Internet...

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  9. Pittsburgh Pirates' Typo in Instagram Promotion Offers Fans 'Sexual Donut'

    The Pittsburgh Pirates got a little friendly with their Instagram followers on Friday, promoting a fan giveaway of free tickets and, err, sexual donuts. Yep, sexual donuts...

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  10. Phillips Batting Leadoff Tonight vs. CLE

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  11. Stock Up, Stock Down for Cincinnati Reds' Top 10 Prospects for Week 8

    The Cincinnati Reds are struggling mightily right now, and if you're hoping for something different on the farm, there's little for you here. A dentist's lobby sounds more comfortable than Walt Jocketty's office at the moment...

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  12. Rookies Russell, Bryant Lead Cubs to Victory

    SAN DIEGO -- The Chicago Cubs beat the San Diego Padres 3-0 on Thursday night. Here's a quick look at the game...

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  13. Brilliant Hendricks Leads Cubs to Shutout of Padres

    SAN DIEGO — For all the personal shots at the Ricketts family, wondering when this would resemble a big-market team again, Scott Boras always understood the Cubs would be good for business...

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  14. Hendricks' 5-Hitter, Bryant's 2-Run Homer Carry Cubs, 3-0

    SAN DIEGO -- Kyle Hendricks pitched a five-hitter for his first career complete game and shutout, and Kris Bryant hit a two-run home run as the Chicago Cubs beat the San Diego Padres 3-0 on Thursday night to take two of three games...

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  15. Report: Cubs Have Looked into Signing Rafael Soriano

    Rafael Soriano remains unsigned almost two months into the season, but Patrick Mooney of CSNChicago.com hears that the Cubs are among several teams who have considered bringing the veteran reliever aboard...

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  16. A. Russell's Solo Home Run

    5/21/15: Addison Russell adds an insurance run to the Cubs ' lead with a solo home run to left, his third longball of the year.....

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  17. Brewers Fall Apart; Will Smith Gets Ejected for Foreign Substance on Arm

    Atlanta — It's not easy to turn a pitching duel into a complete debacle as late as the seventh inning, but the Milwaukee Brewers managed to do it Thursday night. .....

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  18. Brewers 1, Braves 10: Seventh Inning Goes Tar-Ribly Wrong

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  19. MIL's Will Smith Ejected for 'Foreign Substance' on Arm

    Brewers pitcher Will Smith was ejected from Thursday's game against the Braves after a foreign substance was discovered on his arm...

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  20. Reliever Will Smith Ejected for 'Foreign Substance'

    Brewers reliever Will Smith ejected after Fredi Gonzalez had umps check his right wrist area for foreign substance...

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  21. RHP Jim Henderson Outrighted to Triple-A

    The Brewers announced today that they have outrighted reliever Jim Henderson to Triple-A Colorado Springs. The right-hander, who formerly served as the club's closer in the 2013 season, has struggled with shoulder injuries since that time, however...

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  22. RHP Jim Henderson Outrighted to Triple-A

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  23. Cincinnati Reds' Jay Bruce an Enigma at the Plate

    It's quite puzzling to figure out Jay Bruce. He is a player capable of hitting 30 home runs and 100 RBI in a season, as evidenced by 2011, 2012 and 2013. But he goes into slumps that make fans wonder if he will ever be the player he can be...

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  24. The Cincinnati Reds Are at a Fork in the Road

    The 2012 Cincinnati Reds had one of the best pitching staffs in baseball history. This is not hyperbole, not a statement intended to spark a debate...

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  25. Top 10 Keys to Reds' Slow Start

    CINCINNATI -- If you thought I was above capitalizing on a moment like David Letterman's retirement from late-night television by writing a Reds -centric Top 10 List, well, you'd be wrong...

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