1. Martinez Paces Cardinals to Complete Sweep of Cubs

    Every five or 10 minutes while the game was on hold, Carlos Martinez went to the indoor batting cage to stay loose.....

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  2. Growing Pains Affect Cubs' Batters

    As far back as spring training, manager Joe Maddon said his Chicago Cubs would experience a five-game losing streak.....

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  3. Cardinals Get Job Done in Sweep of Cubs

    The manager who had the office before Mike Matheny measured his causes by their number of paws and the success of his team by the series...

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  4. Cubs on Losing Streak After Getting Swept in STL

    ST. LOUIS — This isn't fantasy baseball, and there aren't many teams like the 2012-14 Cubs out there hanging “For Sale” signs right now...

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  5. Reds Get Swept Away

    NEW YORK — Reds rookie Josh Smith nearly matched heralded Mets rookie Steven Matz on the mound on Sunday, but he couldn't match him at the plate in the Mets' 7-2 victory over the Reds...

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  6. Cards Complete Sweep of Cubs in 4-1 Win

    While manager Joe Maddon believes the Chicago Cubs can compete with the best in baseball, the St. Louis Cardinals continue to show just how far the gap between these rivals might be...

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  7. Phillips Injures Both Hands in Loss to Mets

    NEW YORK -- Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips exited Sunday's game vs. the Mets in the seventh inning with multiple hand injuries...

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  8. Video: Heyward Makes Great Sliding Catch

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  9. Cubs Place Wada on DL, Activate Neil Ramirez

    The Cubs have placed starter Tsuyoshi Wada on the 15-day disabled list and activated reliever Neil Ramirez, Gordon Wittenmyer of the Chicago Sun-Times reports...

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  10. Brewers 5, Twins 3: Late Homers Power Brewers Past Twins

    The Milwaukee Brewers closed their interleague series with the Minnesota Twins just the way they started it — with some offensive fireworks...

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  11. Video: Gomez Tapes Chin Strap to Helmet, Hunter Mocks Him

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  12. Pirates Offense Too Little, Too Late in 2-1 Loss to Braves

    The Pirates ' offense was mostly dormant as the Bucs fell to Alex Wood and the Braves 2-1 Sunday. Jeff Locke pitched five innings, allowed one run, and struck out five, but was merely okay -- he walked three batters and allowed five hits...

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  13. Pirates' Late Rally Falls Short Against Braves

    Despite three hits by Jordy Mercer, including a run-scoring double, the Pirates on Sunday fell to the Atlanta Braves , 2-1...

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  14. Mets Beat Reds 2-1 on Duda's Walk-off Fielder's Choice in 13th

    NEW YORK -- Lucas Duda drove in the winning run on the Cincinnati Reds ' second bungled infield chance in the 13th inning, finally lifting the New York Mets to a 2-1 victory Sunday in the completion of a game suspended by rain a day earlier...

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  15. Schumaker's Outstanding Catch

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  16. Cold Hard Fact for Sunday, June 28, 2015

    Fact: Cardinals (50-24) are the first team to win 50 games before their 75th game of season since the White Sox did it 10 years ago (50-22 in 2005)...

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  17. McCutchen in Today's Lineup After Early Exit

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  18. Cardinals' Kolten Wong Does Awkward 'Nae Nae' After Hitting Double vs. Cubs

    Kolten Wong had a good reason to celebrate on Saturday night. The St. Louis Cardinals second baseman hit a two-run double during the fifth inning against the Chicago Cubs to give his team an 8-1 lead...

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  19. Bob Costas Lets Loose on Pedro Strop

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  20. Bryant Insists He Isn't Slowing Down

    Bryant: “I'm not tired at all. I'm 23 years old. Maybe 10 years from now I'll be tired around this time. I'm not tired at all...

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  21. Twins' Homers Doom Brewers

    Since it opened in 2001, Miller Park has gained a reputation as a hitter-friendly venue in which the ball usually carries well...

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  22. Garcia Skips Bullpen, May Miss His Next Start

    Cardinals starter Jaime Garcia did not throw a bullpen session scheduled for Saturday due to a sore groin, Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. He won't make his start scheduled for Tuesday, but could start on Wednesday...

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  23. Bats, Arms Fail to Show Up in Loss to Cards

    The Cardinals tagged Donn Roach for four runs in the fourth inning Saturday night at Busch Stadium and rolled to an 8-1 victory over the Cubs ...

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  24. Cards Chase Roach Early as Cubs Get Blown out

    ST. LOUIS — The Cubs didn't need an 8-1 loss to their biggest rival to know they need more pitching. Saturday night at Busch Stadium only reinforced that idea...

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  25. Cards Clobber Cubs 8-1 to Remain Top Dog

    ST. LOUIS • The Cardinals posted two four-run innings on their way to an 8-1 home victory over the Chicago Cubs on Saturday night...

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