1. Brewers Lackluster in 8-3 Drubbing by Pirates

    The Milwaukee Brewers can help themselves in a big way beginning tonight as they open a three-game series against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Miller Park...

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  2. Reds Hold off No-Hitter but Fall in 12 Innings

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  3. Waino Can't Right Ship in Philly After Early Lead

    Adam Wainwright has been in a funk for the last month. The veteran pitcher has grinded out game after game as he has searched for answers to what he feels has been a seven-game stretch of baseball not close to his own lofty expectations...

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  4. Harrison Homers, Drives in 5, Pirates Beat Brewers

    Josh Harrison homered, doubled, singled and drove in a career-high five runs, leading the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Milwaukee Brewers 8-3 Friday night...

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  5. Arrieta Goes from O's Castoff to Cubs Ace

    Chicago Cubs starter Jake Arrieta didn't necessarily circle his calendar when the schedule came out, but it's safe to say he's pretty excited to face his former team, the Baltimore ...

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  6. Roenicke Announces Lohse Will Start Monday

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  7. Rapid Reaction: Cubs 4, Orioles 1

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  8. Baez's solo home run

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  9. Milwaukee Brewers: Bullpen Practices Stress Relief

    Former Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Jim Colborn, who wasn't always a starter during a career that ended in 1978.....

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  10. Fiers Making Mark with Brewers

    Mike Fiers walked around the clubhouse in a workout shirt featuring the patriotic shield of cartoon character Captain America on his chest.....

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  11. Scooter Gennett's Bat an Asset for Milwaukee Brewers

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  12. Cincinnati Reds: Unexplored Internal Options for Left Field in 2015

    It's finally come to this, Cincinnati Reds fans. With virtually no hope remaining in what has been one of the more miserable, disappointing Reds seasons to date, we shift our focus to 2015...

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  13. Reds Re-Sign of Ryan LaMarre

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  14. 100-Yr-Old Former Usher Joins Cubs for Lineup

    Lucillo Coughlin, a 100-year-old former usher at Wrigley Field, joined the team today for the National Anthem...

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  15. Report: Cubs Cut Grounds Crew's Hours to Avoid Paying Health Benefits

    Thanks a lot, Obama. Add the Affordable Care Act – or, specifically, the big-business Cubs ' response to it – to the causes behind Tuesday night's tarp fiasco and rare successful protest by the San Francisco Giants ...

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  16. Series Preview: Cardinals at Phillies, August 22-24

    Tonight the Cardinals play the first of six games in The Keystone State: three versus the Phillies and three versus the Pirates .....

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  17. Bernie: Jhonny Peralta, Better Than Expected

    It's easy for some to dislike Jhonny Peralta for a variety of reasons ... none that have much of anything to do with the way he's performed for the 2014 Cardinals .....

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  18. Holliday Not Worried About Personal Stats

    PHILADELPHIA • Thirty-six games remain for the Cardinals , who have won four in a row to move 1 ½ games behind the first-place Milwaukee Brewers in the National League Central Division...

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  19. Arrieta Goes from O's Castoff to Cubs Ace

    CHICAGO -- Chicago Cubs starter Jake Arrieta didn't necessarily circle his calendar when the schedule came out, but it's safe to say he's pretty excited to face his former team, the ...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 6 days ago 4 reads 0 comments

  20. Votto Appears…and Speaks

    CINCINNATI — After a long, debilitating road trip after which they didn't get home from St. Louis until the wee hours Thursday morning, the Cincinnati Reds were given permission ...

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  21. TarpGate: Cubs Got Caught in Perfect Storm

    John Baker has become a face for this punch-drunk season of Cubbie baseball as the lead guitarist/backup catcher/emergency pitcher/quote machine...

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  22. Cubs beat Giants 2-1 in suspended game

    Buster Posey went 4 for 4 with his 14th homer, leading Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants to a 5-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Thursday night...

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  23. Rapid Reaction: Giants 5, Cubs 3

    The Chicago Cubs dropped the nightcap of a doubleheader Thursday, missing out on a sweep in a 5-3 defeat by the San Francisco Giants ...

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  24. Skip Schumaker Makes Fourth Career Pitching Appearance

    Forget position players pitching, Skip Schumaker is basically a member of the bullpen who spends some time in the outfield...

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  25. Cardinals Extend Deal with Peoria Through 2020

    The St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday agreed to a four-year extension on their player development contract with their Class A affiliate, the Peoria Chiefs of the Midwest League. The deal runs through the 2020 season...

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