1. Kelby Tomlinson Hoping to Mimic Duffy's Success

    ATLANTA – Less than a third of the way through their longest and hottest road trip of the season, they already are beginning to wilt...

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  2. Upton Day to Day with Bruised Thumb

    Justin Upton made an early exit from the San Diego Padres ' 13-5 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday, yielding to pinch-hitter Clint Barmes in the eighth inning after bruising his thumb earlier in the game...

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  3. Padres Win 5th Game of Their Road Trip, Trounce Brewers

    The Padres returned to action this Monday to face the Brewers in Milwaukee and I returned to recapping Monday games...

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  4. Giants Lose Slugfest as Braves Walk off in 12th

    Adonis Garcia homered off Ryan Vogelsong in the 12th inning as the Braves dealt the Giants a tough loss to open a three-game series in Atlanta...

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  5. Pierzynski Leads Braves' Comeback Against Giants

    ATLANTA - The Giants blew it twice Monday night. They led 7-5 with two outs in the ninth inning before old pal A.J...

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  6. Solarte Homers Twice as Padres Rout Brewers

    MILWAUKEE — The Padres are a bubbly group these days, all smiles, jokes and vague references to steering a car. Their recent surge ultimately may prove too brief or too late, but they plan to enjoy the ride as long as it lasts...

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  7. Godley's Fine Start Continues, D'backs Beat Nats 6-4

    Rookie Zack Godley pitched six scoreless innings to continue a stellar start to his career, and the Arizona Diamondbacks homered four times in a 6-4 victory over the Washington Nationals on Monday night...

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  8. Crawford's Solo Homer off Glove

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  9. Belt's Solo Homer

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  10. Giants CF Angel Pagan Scratched Monday Due to Knee Issues

    Giants center fielder Angel Pagan was scratched from Monday's lineup against the Braves due to issues with his knees...

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  11. Pagan Scratched Due to Sore Knees

    Aoki leading off, Blanco 2nd. Pagan't right knee sore and left one inflamed too, Bochy said. "It's really evident...

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  12. Giants Place Panik (Back) on DL

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  13. 3 Waiver Trade Targets the Team Can Still Pursue After July 31 Deadline

    The Giants did well to boost their starting rotation before the non-waiver trade deadline, adding a quality arm in Mike Leake after missing out on aces David Price and Cole Hamels...

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  14. Welcome to August, Where the Giants' Schedule Is a Nightmare

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  15. Giants' Joe Panik Struggles with Back Issues

    Joe Panik wasn't in a great mood after Sunday's game. It wasn't all about the 2-1 loss; he's also concerned about his back issue that resurfaced...

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  16. Matt Duffy, Not Kris Bryant or Joc Pederson, Is NL's Most Important Rookie

    Quick show of hands: Who had Matt Duffy as a leading contender in this year's National League Rookie of the Year race? Put your hand down. Coming into the season, few outside the Bay Area so much as knew Duffy's name...

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  17. Giants Notes: Leake Impresses in Debut; Panik Still Hurting

    ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Giants went down quickly in the top of the second inning, but not as quickly as Mike Leake hopped back out of the dugout...

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  18. Gray Set to Make Major-League Debut vs. Mariners

    ST. LOUIS — Right-handed starting pitcher Jon Gray, the top prospect in the Rockies organization, is scheduled to make his major-league debut on Tuesday night against the Seattle Mariners at Coors Field...

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  19. Reyes Not Looking to Be Compared to Tulowitzki

    The sight of Jose Reyes at shortstop for the Rockies against the Mariners could be a jarring one at Coors Field on Monday night...

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  20. Flande Proving His Value in Rockies' Rotation

    Lefty Yohan Flande has spent the last two seasons filling in wherever the Rockies need him, but his last two outings can be seen as a bid to convince manager Walt Weiss that Flande can fill a starting rotation need...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 1 day ago 1 reads 0 comments

  21. In Giants Debut, Mike Leake Overshadowed by Martin Perez

    Mike Leake was upstaged by a pitcher who recently returned from Tommy John surgery, but the reviews of the newest Giant were glowing...

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  22. Diamondbacks' Chip Hale: Benching a Learning Experience for Yasmany Tomas

    Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale hoped that young slugger Yasmany Tomas would view his removal from Saturday's game as a learning experience...

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  23. Energy Level Not There for Arizona in 4-1 Loss to Astros

    HOUSTON (AP) — Arizona Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale made it clear after Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Houston Astros that he wasn't happy with his team's energy level. Collin McHugh threw seven solid innings, and Carlos Gomez delivered a...

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  24. Godley's Run in D-Backs' Rotation Opens Eyes

    HOUSTON -- If Monday will mark the swan song for Diamondbacks right-hander Zack Godley in the Arizona rotation, it's safe to consider his short stay was an eye-opener for the franchise -- if not a flat-out success...

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  25. VIDEO: Ethier's Walk-off Homer Completes 3-Game Sweep of Angels

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