This is the July 21, 2013 news archive. View today's NL Central rumors and news.
NL Central News and Rumors
Miami Marlins haven’t scored in 37 innings, longest MLB streak in 28 yearsyahoo.com Jul 21, 2013Thanks in part to the recent All-Star break, nobody from the Miami Marlins has crossed home plate in eight days. The Flounderng Fish fell 1-0 in 13 innings to the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday, capping a scoreless weekend at Miller Park and extending thei…Share TweetWily Peralta continued his stellar string of pitching Sunday, and Caleb Gindl awoke a dormant Brewers offense with a walk-off, 13th-inning home run for a 1-0 Milwaukee win and a three-game series sweep over the Marlins to open the second half of the sea…Share TweetAdam Wainwright worked eight sharp innings for his National League-leading 13th win and Allen Craig made a game-ending leaping catch at the left field wall as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the San Diego Padres 3-2 on Sunday.Share TweetJeff Locke allowed only an infield single through six innings and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat Homer Bailey to salvage the final game of their series with the Cincinnati Reds, 3-2 on Sunday.Share TweetMLB.com Jul 21, 2013On Friday it looked like Matt Garza would be pitching in a new uniform by the time his next scheduled start rolled around. But Cubs manager Dale Sveum said he remains confident that Garza will be on the mound for Chicago on Monday.Share Tweet
Ludwick set to begin rehab assignmentMLB.com Jul 21, 2013Reds left fielder Ryan Ludwick will begin a Minor League rehab assignment with Class A Dayton on Wednesday.Share Tweet
Ernie Banks Joined Pearl Jam On Stage At Wrigleydeadspin.com Jul 21, 2013Pearl Jam played a rain-delayed show at Wrigley Field Friday night and before Eddie Vedder began singing the Cubs tribute song "All The Way," he introduced Ernie Banks, to the delight of the Chicago crowd.Read more...Share Tweet
Auction House Offering $1 Million For Signed Black Sox Confessionsdeadspin.com Jul 21, 2013The sports auction house Leland's announced on Thursday that it was willing to pay $1 million for the signed confessions of the eight Chicago White Sox accused of throwing the 1919 World Series, which the heavily-favored Sox lost to the Cincinnati Reds.…Share Tweet
Pirates Edge Reds To Avoid SweepJul 21Homer Bailey struck out 12 batters, but it was not enough as the Pirates defeated the Reds 3-2.
Brewers Walk Off On Gindl's First Career HRJul 21Rookie Caleb Gindl's home run in the 13th pushed the Brewers to a sweep of the Marlins.
Wainwright, Cardinals Edge PadresJul 21Adam Wainwright picked up his 13th win of the season as the Cardinals topped the Padres 3-2.