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  • Dodgers take the solo route to stay alive with 6-4 Game 5 victory

    Dodgers take the solo route to stay alive with 6-4 Game 5 victory
    Seems the Dodgers want to keep playing. Using the sudden power of the solo home run and a terrific turnaround pitching performance from Zack Greinke, the Dodgers lived to fight another day with their 6-4 victory Wednesday afternoon over the Cardinals in...
  • No support for Clayton Kershaw as Dodgers' road winning streak ends

    No support for Clayton Kershaw as Dodgers' road winning streak ends
    The Dodgers’ mighty unbeaten road streak came to a quiet end Tuesday with … ace Clayton Kershaw on the mound? Well, of course. If you expected them to roll out a bunch of runs for Kershaw, then you haven’t been paying close...
  • Don Mattingly shows fire, but his flame is flickering with Dodgers

    Don Mattingly shows fire, but his flame is flickering with Dodgers
    Meet Donnie Dark. The Dodgers embattled manager returned home Friday night with a scowl the size of a block of empty seats in the reserved section. He conducted his pregame news conference with a tight jaw and a thin stare. For 30 surreal minutes, the...
  • A.J. Ellis bruised after collision but says he'll return Saturday

    Get blanked, 7-0, and manage only three hits like the Dodgers did on Friday night, and maybe you think Manager Don Mattingly’s team was completely devoid of his desired true grit. Not so. It was there in plain sight in the sixth inning when...
  • Dodgers' A.J. Ellis armed to break out of sudden hitting slump

    Dodgers' A.J. Ellis armed to break out of sudden hitting slump
    Now Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis has a bruise on his left arm to almost match the one on the right. So nice of the St. Louis Cardinals to keep him in balance and all. The bruises on his arms will heal, but right now Ellis is more concerned with his...
  • Success runs throughout Cardinals organization

    Success runs throughout Cardinals organization
    Almost 10 years. That's how long it has been since the Cubs beat the Cardinals in a series that mattered, not that St. Louis fans would remember it. When Dusty Baker's 2003 team took four out of five from the Cardinals in a four-day September war that...
  • Werth Homer Keeps Nationals Alive

    Werth Homer Keeps Nationals Alive
    By ANDREW KEH THE NEW YORK TIMES WASHINGTON — The atmosphere inside Nationals Park on Thursday never seemed like it would match the relentless vivacity of the previous night, when the city hosted its first post season baseball game since 1933....
  • Giants leave fate to Zito

    Giants leave fate to Zito
    ST. LOUIS — Six years. That's how long it has been since Barry Zito has pitched the kind of game he's going to need Friday night, and he hasn't been cryogenically frozen in the interim. He has been getting older, losing velocity off his fastball...
  • A bit of magic helps Giants win pennant

    A bit of magic helps Giants win pennant
    SAN FRANCISCO — Sometimes you really do have to see it to believe it. When Hunter Pence shot a line drive at Pete Kozma on Monday night, the ball started to Kozma's right and took a hard turn to the right about halfway to the infield dirt. It...
  • Big 2nd inning leads to 10-6 win for Cardinals

    Big 2nd inning leads to 10-6 win for Cardinals
    PITTSBURGH (AP) - Jon Jay and Matt Holliday each had two hits and two RBIs as the St. Louis Cardinals jumped on the Pittsburgh Pirates early in a 10-6 victory Monday night.         Allen Craig doubled and drove in three runs for the Cardinals, who knocked...
  • Nationals vs. Cardinals: Washington falls flat with chance to clinch NL East

    Nationals vs. Cardinals: Washington falls flat with chance to clinch NL East
    The Washington Post By Adam Kilgore, Published: September 30 ST. LOUIS — The Washington Nationals played 158 games for the opportunity they arrived at Sunday morning. The baseball season is a complex, twisted endeavor, and the Nationals had reduced...
  • Quade’s poor choices are hurting Cubs

     
    Injuries aside, it has become increasingly evident that Mike Quade simply does not know how to manage a professional baseball team in crucial situations.  He has had multiple chances to make the right move, but instead he has made the wrong move or he has...