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MILWAUKEE — Neither rain in Queens nor San Diego nor Brewers from Milwaukee nor gloom of being down by five with their best pitcher on the mound can slow the Cardinals from these September rounds. Paul Goldschmidt drilled a game-tying homer in the seventh and added another homer later for good measure as the Cardinals scored eight unanswered runs for an 8-5 victory Thursday at American Family ...

CHICAGO — Joe Ryan, assigned No. 74 as a rookie, says modesty — and his last name — prevents him from ever asking to wear No. 34 in the future. But let's not be too hasty. Ryan had a game Wednesday that MLB all-time strikeout king Nolan Ryan, whose No. 34 is retired by three different teams, would be proud to claim, except perhaps for the length. The Twins rookie, making just his fourth major ...

PHILADELPHIA — If ever the hottest hitter on the planet was going to get a few pitches in the strike zone, it would figure to be with two out and the bases empty in the first inning of a scoreless game. Not so for Bryce Harper. Batting in that situation Sunday night in New York, Harper saw five pitches from Mets left-hander Rich Hill. The first three were fastballs, up and away from the ...

Any lingering postseason hopes for the Mariners dimmed significantly in the lost series on a homestand that featured an inexplicable series loss to the lowly Diamondbacks and a frustrating lost series to the Red Sox in games that they chances to win. And now with Saturday’s disappointing 8-1 loss to the Royals, a team that has delivered multiple gut punch losses to derail the dream of a ...

PHILADELPHIA — Kyle Gibson was unhittable for 12 batters Tuesday night. Then, for 12 pitches, he couldn’t record an out. With the punchless Phillies desperate for quality starts, especially from their top three pitchers, Gibson turned in a quintessentially Jekyll-and-Hyde performance in a 6-3 loss to the Chicago Cubs, another team that’s playing out the string after strip-mining its roster at ...

WASHINGTON — For a brief moment, there was reason to be concerned. The final out of the fourth inning Monday, a hard-hit ground ball from the Washington Nationals’ Juan Soto, ricocheted off Sandy Alcantara’s left foot, bouncing straight to Lewin Diaz at first base. It capped yet another perfect inning from the Miami Marlins’ ace. Alcantara, however, walked gingerly back to the visitor’s dugout ...

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Browns receiver Odell Beckham Jr. signs an autograph during the Jarvis Landry & Friends Celebrity Softball Game on June 12 at Classic Park.

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Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield shared the championship with Damarius Bilbo, agent for Jarvis Landry, during the home run derby June 12 at C…

Sam Singer, a 2013 Hobart College graduate, was sitting in his dorm room one day chewing gum. After realizing that he couldn’t pronounce half …