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Braun hits 41st homer as Brewers stay in hunt

Braun hits 41st homer as Brewers stay in hunt

ESPN.com Updated Sep 26, 2012
Ryan Braun hit his NL-leading 41st home run on Wednesday night, and the Milwaukee Brewers kept their wild-card chances flickering with an 8-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.
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  • Jocketty, Reds formulating postseason rosters

    Jocketty, Reds formulating postseason rosters

    MLB.com Sep 26, 2012
    With a little more than a week remaining before they begin the National League Division Series vs. a yet-to-be known opponent, the Reds are making evaluations and holding discussions regarding the postseason roster.
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  • Baker not yet managing, but staying involved

    Baker not yet managing, but staying involved

    MLB.com ESPN.com Sep 26, 2012
    While he is not yet in the dugout during Reds games, or meeting with the media, manager Dusty Baker is staying busy working behind the scenes.
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Sports Columnists

  • NFL - Clayton: 5 things to know about NFL referee deal

    Sep 26
    John Clayton writes about five things to know regarding the NFL referee deal reached late Wednesday.
  • Sources -- Chicago Bulls invite veteran Kyrylo Fesenko to training camp

    Sep 26
    The Chicago Bulls have invited veteran center Kyrylo Fesenko to training camp on a non-guaranteed contract, according to sources close to the situation.
  • Peter King: Deal still not imminent, but Hochuli has refs ready when time …

    Sep 26
    Ed Hochuli is perhaps the most famous of the National Football League's 121 regular officials, and if a new contract with the locked-out officials gets done within the next 24 hours, American football fans will owe him a debt of thanks -- because the pr…
  • Running backs become more important as young quarterbacks take stage

    Sep 26
    NFL running backs are benefiting from the presence of so many young quarterbacks.