1. Terry Collins Feels New York Mets Need to Shore Up Lefthanded Relief

    If the surging New York Mets have one major vulnerability, it is in the bullpen leading into Tyler Clippard and Jeurys Familia. And it is particularly related to left-handed relief...

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  2. Phillies Rookie Jerad Eickhoff Looks Good Again After 40-Pitch First Inning

    PHILADELPHIA — Phillies rookie right-hander Jerad Eickhoff spent a lot of time studying Mets hitters prior to making his second big-league start Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park...

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  3. Phils Fall Again to the Mets

    The game included no quick pitches or ejections and featured merely one home run, but the Phillies on Wednesday night still couldn't find a way to beat their division rivals.....

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  4. Pardon Our Frenchy

    THE PLAYERS had retreated to their respective benches. Calm had been restored, the Phillies retired in order to end the seventh inning.....

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  5. Mets Beat Phillies for Sixth Straight Win

    PHILADELPHIA - Since the week leading up to the trade deadline, the Mets have transformed themselves into one of the most potent offenses in baseball.....

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  6. Bartolo Colon Dominates as Mets Pound Pitiful Phillies Again

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  7. Rockies 6, Braves 3

    How the game was won: The Rockies erased a three-run deficit by scoring four runs off Shelby Miller in the seventh inning of a 6-3 win against the Braves at Turner Field.....

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  8. Nats' Furious Rally Falls Short vs. Padres

    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: Feeling as good as they have about themselves in weeks, the Nationals took the field Wednesday night with a chance to notch their third straight series victory and post a 4-game winning streak for the first time since June...

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  9. Plans for More Protective Netting Already in Works in Philly

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  10. Braves' record, attendance both in decline since 42-42

    They were 42-42 with less than a week to go before the All-Star break, but the Braves ' season took a sharp turn south soon after and they've never recovered, with injuries triggering ...

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  11. Matz Throws Six Scoreless Innings in Rehab Start for Binghamton

    Steven Matz allowed one hit over six shutout innings during a rehab start for Double-A Binghamton on Wednesday night (Aug. 26)...

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  12. Nationals' Reed Johnson Sneezes, Strains Oblique Muscle

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  13. Wright, d'Arnaud Sitting vs. Phillies

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  14. Stephen Strasburg Success Gives the Nationals a Little Hope

    The Washington Nationals ' best hope of catching the New York Mets in the National League East is to get more games like this from Stephen Strasburg...

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  15. Trea Turner Can Help the Nats Catch the Mets

    Last Friday the Washington Nationals made a surprise move by calling up top position player prospect, shortstop Trea Turner, from AAA Syracuse...

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  16. Urban Renewal: The Return of David Wright

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  17. Noah Syndergaard Earns First Road Victory

    PHILADELPHIA -- If the Phillie Phanatic crushing a Mets helmet to smithereens during a between-innings gag was not evidence enough, then Larry Bowa's ejection sealed it...

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  18. Noah Syndergaard Gets First Road Win as Mets Top Phillies

    Last week, Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said he didn't expect to add many players from the minor leagues when rosters expand next week.....

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  19. Mackanin on Bowa: 'I Don't Know What That Was About'

    Phillies bench coach Larry Bowa was ejected in the seventh inning of tonight's 6-5 loss to the Mets , and made sure to get his money's worth as he threw a couple of F-bombs Daniel Murphy's way and threatened him with a beaning...

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  20. Bettis Solid, Rockies Get 4 Unearned Runs to Beat Braves 5-1

    The Colorado Rockies took advantage of Atlanta's shoddy defense, and then got the outs they needed during a spurt of wildness that could have let the Braves back in the game...

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  21. Mets Top Phillies for Fifth Straight Win

    PHILADELPHIA -- Michael Cuddyer hit a go-ahead two-run, pinch-hit single in the sixth inning and Noah Syndergaard finally won on the road as the New York Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies 6-5 on Tuesday night for their fifth straight victory...

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  22. Collins: "Until They Make the Pitch Illegal, You Can Do It."

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  23. The Nats Are Back and Getting on Track

    Stephen Strasburg gave up a leadoff single to Yonder Alonso in the second. Jedd Gyorko then smacked Strasburg's 97 mph fastball over the wall in left for a two-run homer. Strasburg retired the next three Padres in order...

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  24. With Fully Healthy Lineup, Nats Get the Best of Padres

    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: It took 124 games, but Matt Williams finally had the opportunity to fill out his original, projected lineup, thanks to Denard Span's return from a two-month stay on the DL with a lower back injury...

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  25. Strasburg, Zimmerman Lead Nats Past Padres 8-3

    WASHINGTON -- Stephen Strasburg allowed two hits over six innings, Ryan Zimmerman hit a grand slam and the Washington Nationals beat the San Diego Padres 8-3 for their third straight victory...

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