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Arroyo, Reds push Giants to brink

Arroyo, Reds push Giants to brink

CNNSI.com ESPN.com yahoo.com Updated Oct 8, 2012
Bronson Arroyo retired the first 14 hitters he faced and the Reds hammered the Giants 9-0 to take a 2-0 series lead back to Cincinnati. How bad was it? Tim Lincecum pitched in relief.
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  • Zito would start Game 4; Lincecum still in 'pen

    Zito would start Game 4; Lincecum still in 'pen

    ESPN.com Oct 8, 2012
    Left-hander Barry Zito will start Game 4 for the San Francisco Giants if they can extend their NL division series against the Cincinnati Reds.
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  • Cincinnati sun could be an issue in Game 3

    Cincinnati sun could be an issue in Game 3

    MLB.com Oct 8, 2012
    Not only will the Reds be battling a Giants club fighting for its life in Game 3 of the National League Division Series on Tuesday, but they'll also facing another foe that could potentially cause a stir -- the bright Cincinnati sun.
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  • Cueto 'much better,' but return still uncertain

    Cueto 'much better,' but return still uncertain

    MLB.com Oct 8, 2012
    The status of Reds ace Johnny Cueto remained largely unchanged during Monday's National League Division Series off-day. General manager Walt Jocketty felt "cautiously optimistic" that Cueto could return soon.
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Sports Columnists

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    Oct 8
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