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Polamalu’s Calf Feels Better; Hopes to Play Next Week vs Eagles

Polamalu’s Calf Feels Better; Hopes to Play Next Week vs Eagles

steelersgab.com post-gazette.com Updated Sep 29, 2012
While it seems like James Harrison is not getting any better with his knee injury, on the good news front, it appears that safety Troy Polamalu is. “It feels much better,” Polamalu said in today’s Post-Gazette about his hurting calf that has kept hi
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  • McCutchen halts slump with walk-off blast in ninth

    McCutchen halts slump with walk-off blast in ninth

    MLB.com Sep 29, 2012
    A night after Reds right-hander Homer Bailey hurled the first no-hitter in Pittsburgh, and against the Pirates, in 41 years, Andrew McCutchen's solo homer in the bottom of the ninth gave the Bucs a 2-1 walk-off thriller on Saturday at sold-out PNC Park.
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  • Ryan Howard Broke His Toe By Dropping His Warm-Up Bat In The On…

    Ryan Howard Broke His Toe By Dropping His Warm-Up Bat In The On-Deck Circle

    deadspin.com Sep 29, 2012
    The Phillies have had a pretty miserable year, but it hasn't been outlandishly miserable. In their division, the Mets have more histrionic fans and suffered a worse collapse. In their state, the Pirates had a historically sad season that culminated in g…
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  • Ben Zobrist literally uses his head to corral Dayan Viciedo’s g…

    Ben Zobrist literally uses his head to corral Dayan Viciedo’s grounder (Video)

    yahoo.com Sep 29, 2012
    Friday night was quite the crazy night in Major League Baseball. On the east coast, we had a no-hitter from Reds right-hander Homer Bailey, which established a new modern record with seven no-no's in one season and also guaranteed the Pirates wouldn't h…
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  • MLB Notebook: Homer happy to enter record books

    MLB Notebook: Homer happy to enter record books

    MLB.com CNNSI.com Sep 29, 2012
    With his 10 strikeouts vs. the Pirates on Friday, Homer Bailey became the first Reds pitcher since Jim Maloney in 1969 to notch double-digit K's while tossing a no-hitter.
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