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Milwaukee Journal SentinelCINCINNATI Imagine this: The Milwaukee Brewers finally beat the Cincinnati Reds. They did it with their first shutout of the season. And they did it with another quality start from a pitching staff that is finally showing signs of righting itself....
Milwaukee Journal SentinelPLAYERS OF THE WEEK MLB: Colorado LF Carlos Gonzalez Entering Saturday, Gonzalez was batting .360 over the past week with two home runs and 11 RBI. For the season, he ranked first in the NL with 52 runs scored, third with 53 RBI and was tied for first...
The Miami HeraldMIAMI The St. Louis Cardinals returned to South Florida on Friday for the first time since breaking camp in April, bringing the best record in the major leagues with them. Although St. Louis shares a spring facility in Jupiter with the Marlins, both...
MIAMI — Teams generally don't win when they give up three triples, including two with the bases loaded, in a game. Going down in order six times doesn't bode well for victory, either. Combine the two, as the Marlins did Wednesday against the...
MILWAUKEE — Jonathan Lucroy and Carlos Gomez each drove in runs in the sixth inning with back-to-back hits, leading the Brewers to a 4-3 victory over the Phillies Saturday evening at Miller Park. Tied 1-1 against Philadelphia right-hander Kyle...
MIAMI – Mike Redmond stared at the ball soaring and thought, "If that ball doesn't go out, I don't know what will." But Giancarlo Stanton watched the Brewers' left and center fielders chase furiously all the way to the wall and wondered for a...
MIAMI — The Marlins had Giancarlo Stanton and Logan Morrison back together in the lineup Monday night for the first time since last July, but once again Ricky Nolasco lacked run support. He did himself no favors, either, with a poor start. The...
The Philadelphia InquirerMILWAUKEE Moments after Kyle Lohse surrendered a run to the feeble Phillies, a boisterous Sunday crowd at Miller Park rose to express its admiration during a 9-1 thumping. You see, good pitching is unfamiliar to the people of Wisconsin. The Brewers...
MILWAUKEE — Tyler Cloyd allowed only four singles over 6 2/3 innings and the Philadelphia Phillies won their fifth straight, defeating the Milwaukee Brewers 5-1 on Thursday night to move above .500 for the first time this season. Cloyd (2-2) struck...
PHILADELPHIA — Figuring out what's going on with this team is no easy task. Figuring out what's going on with Dom Brown is a piece of cake. The left fielder hit his National-League leading 16th home run on Sunday, giving him eight in nine games,...
When Sara Whiting's son, Corey, considered playing summer baseball in Baltimore, a thought struck her. And it was not about crabcakes or the infield-fly rule. Whiting wondered why Florida did not have a summer college baseball league. Good question....
The Philadelphia InquirerPHILADELPHIA This was a game of inches, but it was also a game of aches, pains, cramps, stomach viruses and, finally, exhaustion. Did we mention there was an instant-replay triple, too? What's funny is that the Phillies' 7-5 win over the Milwaukee...
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