1. Mesoraco's Walk-off Double

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  2. Bryant's Solo Moonshot

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  3. Burnett Gets Last Laugh in Easy Win over Phillies

    PHILADELPHIA — When he sat in the visiting dugout Monday night, A.J. Burnett looked like a man who had been given a lottery ticket...

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  4. Harrison Snaps 1-for-25 Skid with 3-Run Homer

    PHILADELPHIA — Josh Harrison and Andrew McCutchen, the slow-starting sluggers who owned sub-.200 batting averages just a week ago, both homered Tuesday night to power the Pirates past the Philadelphia Phillies , 7-2...

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  5. Watch: Mesoraco Doubles for 1st Career Walkoff

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  6. McCutchen Homers, Pirates Beat Phillies 7-2

    PHILADELPHIA -- A.J. Burnett pitched seven strong innings in his return to Philadelphia, Andrew McCutchen homered and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Phillies 7-2 on Tuesday night for their fourth consecutive win...

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  7. Brandon Phillips Injury: Updates on Reds Star's Toe and Return

    Cincinnati Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips is set to return to the Reds lineup on May 15 after leaving their game on May 12 against the Atlanta Braves with a big toe injury...

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  8. Bryant Hits First Career Triple

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  9. Watch: Kang Gets Serious Air Time to Snag Liner

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  10. Bryant, Rizzo Forming Their Own Power Combo

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  11. Frazier's Two-Run Blast

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  12. Reynolds' Two-Run Single

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  13. Brewers Have Been Producing with Runners in Scoring Position

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  14. Milwaukee Brewers' Slow Start so Far Not Hurting Revenue, Ratings

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  15. Aramis Ramirez Confident He'll Return to Action Soon

    MILWAUKEE -- Despite being out of the lineup for the fourth straight day Monday with a lower back injury.....

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  16. St. Louis Has a Chance to Make History in Rare Series with Indians

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  17. Cardinal's Won't Overcome Adam Wainwright's Injury Like They Did in 2011

    The St. Louis Cardinals are currently rocking the best record in Major League baseball and given their postseason relevance over the past decade (and then some) it may be human nature to crown them favorites of just about everything...

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  18. Carpenter Returns to Third Base, Batting Second : Sports

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  19. Bernie: Bullpen Unsettled Without Walden : Sports

    Cardinals righthanded reliever Jordan Walden last pitched on April 29 and went on the DL four days later with a torn shoulder muscle.....

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  20. Dodgers and Cardinals Models of Resilience

    Perhaps the most impressive thing about the Los Angeles Dodgers is how this season hasn't turned into a mess.....

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  21. Carpenter Returns to Lineup Tuesday

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  22. The Change: Jorge Soler and Adjustments Past and Future

    A stat that we don't talk about much just hit the stabilization point, meaning it's offering us more signal than noise...

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  23. Pirates GM Neal Huntington Sounds Like He'd Prefer to Trade JoseTabata

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  24. What's Wrong with Perennial MVP Candidate Andrew McCutchen?

    Few players in baseball have been more consistently MVP-worthy over the past handful of seasons than Andrew McCutchen ...

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  25. Cubs Game Delayed By....'Incident'

    An asswiping incident delayed tonight's Mets - Cubs game as the newly-opened Wrigley bleachers created an opportunity for one fan to leave her mark on the game.....

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