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The Grand Slam: Cardinals clinch playoff spot, Pirates get clos…

The Grand Slam: Cardinals clinch playoff spot, Pirates get closer to wild card Updated 20 hours ago
For the 11th time since the 2000 season, the St. Louis Cardinals are heading to the postseason. Despite falling 7-2 to the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday night, the Cardinals were able to enjoy a playoff berth for the fourth straight season and 27th time in …
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  • Video - Bruce Belts Early Homer 00:30

    Bruce Belts Early Homer

    Sep 21
    Reds right fielder Jay Bruce smashes his 17th home run of the season deep to right field, giving Cincinnati early lead.
  • Video - Frasier Takes Lead For Reds 00:14

    Frasier Takes Lead For Reds

    Sep 21
    Third baseman Todd Frazier hits a home run as the Reds take a 2-1 lead over the Cardinals.
  • Video - Cardinals Homer Past Reds 00:46

    Cardinals Homer Past Reds

    Sep 20
    Tony Cruz's three-run homer, his first long ball of the season, helped the Cardinals defeat the Reds 8-4.
  • Video - Home Runs Lift Cardinals Past Reds 01:00

    Home Runs Lift Cardinals Past Reds

    Sep 19
    Randal Grichuk and Matt Holliday both homered in the bottom of the first to lead the Cardinals past the Reds 2-1.

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