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Cardinals and Wacha stay true to form against reeling Reds

Wacha, enjoying his most productive start of the four he's made this year, held the Reds to six hits and walked just one over 6 2/3 innings after having allowed 10 walks and 14 hits over 14 2/3 innings in his first three starts. The righthander, 3-1, set down 11 men in a row from the third into the

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The Morning After: How will the Rockies respond to the biggest beatdown of the season thus far?

How will the Rockies respond to their first absolute drubbing of the season, especially considering the fact it followed an equally unimpressive 10-2 loss at Pittsburgh on Wednesday? According to manager Bud Black, the first step is realizing these sorts of one-sided affairs are bound to afflict any

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Orioles rewind: Looking back at Friday's 3-1 win over the Indians

Leave it to Dylan Bundy, the bright beacon in a so-far dark Orioles season, to power through the malaise that has held the team down all year. In an opening month in which not much has gone the Orioles' way, they received a major scare in the eighth inning of their series opener against the Cleveland

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Giants' Jeff Samardzija: Impressive in first start of season

Samardzija (1-0) got the win over the Angels on Friday, giving up no runs on just two hits, striking out four and walking four in the Giants' 8-1 victory. It was a strong first showing of the season for the 33-year-old, who was making his first start of 2018 after coming off the 10-day disabled list

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Who will be the odd man out if Yankees call up Gleyber Torres?

With stud prospect Gleyber Torres lurking at Triple-A, the time is coming when the infielder will be promoted to the big leagues. Who would go to make room for the right-handed hitting Torres isn't clear since the 21-year old can play third, second and short. Didi Gregorius isn't going anywhere

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Giants' starter Holland faces familiar foe -- Angels

Derek Holland might be in the National League now, but if there is one thing he knows well it is pitching against the Los Angeles Angels. The San Francisco Giants left-hander will make just his fourth start with his new team in his new league, but nothing will feel unfamiliar on Saturday evening in

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