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Segura out-slugging Brewers' expectations

Segura out-slugging Brewers' expectations

MLB.com Updated May 5, 2013
Brewers shortstop Jean Segura entered Sunday's series finale batting .336 with four home runs and 13 RBIs. He was tied for the National League lead with three triples, tied for third with eight stolen bases and tied for fourth in average.
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  • Cards take finale of series with 10-1 win over Brewers

    Cards take finale of series with 10-1 win over Brewers

    CNNSI.com May 5, 2013
    Cards take finale of series with 10-1 win over Brewers
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  • Two-sport star Conley to be honored at Miller Park

    Two-sport star Conley to be honored at Miller Park

    MLB.com May 5, 2013
    Former Major League pitcher and NBA forward Gene Conley's name will grace the Milwaukee Braves Honor Roll when the Brewers finish their homestand with two games against the Rangers this week.
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  • Video - Cardinals Rout Brewers To Complete Sweep 00:32

    Cardinals Rout Brewers To Complete Sweep

    May 5
    Allen Craig drove in four runs to lead the Cardinals past the Brewers 10-1.

Sports Columnists

  • Clayton's mailbag: Don't overlook AFC North

    May 5
    Don't overlook the strong offseasons put together in the AFC North by the Ravens, Steelers and Bengals, writes John Clayton.
  • Rogers sees 'good chance' he could play in MLS this year

    May 5
    Former U.S. national team winger Robbie Rogers, who stepped away from the sport in February after announcing he is gay, said Sunday that "there's a really good chance" he'll play in Major League Soccer this season.
  • Rogers sees good chance he could play in MLS this season

    May 5
    Former U.S. national team winger Robbie Rogers, who stepped away from the sport in February after announcing he is gay, said Sunday that "there's a really good chance" he'll play in Major League Soccer this season.