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Cubs knock six doubles to clinch second straight series

Cubs knock six doubles to clinch second straight series

MLB.com Updated Jun 30, 2013
Anthony Rizzo drove in two runs and the Cubs rapped six doubles to back Edwin Jackson and post a 7-6 Interleague victory over the Mariners on Sunday, winning their second straight series.
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  • Photos: Mariners turn back the clock to 1909

    Photos: Mariners turn back the clock to 1909

    yahoo.com Jun 30, 2013
    The one ballpark promotion I’ll always enjoy is a well thought out “Turn Back the Clock Day” that everyone in the organization embraces and executes on a grand scale.With that in mind, congratulations are in order to the Seattle Mariners, because they d…
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  • O's acquire outfielder Thames from Mariners

    O's acquire outfielder Thames from Mariners

    MLB.com Jun 30, 2013
    The Orioles acquired outfielder Eric Thames from the Mariners on Sunday in exchange for Minor League infielder Ty Kelly.
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  • Seahawks need James Carpenter to get, stay healthy

    Seahawks need James Carpenter to get, stay healthy

    profootballtalk.com Jun 30, 2013
    Yes, the Seahawks have had plenty of success in the draft under Pete Carroll and John Schneider. But that only makes the periodic blunders more glaring. The most glaring gaffe to date came in the first round of the 2011 selection process, when the Seaha…
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  • Gay former NFL player said he felt safest at work

    Gay former NFL player said he felt safest at work

    profootballtalk.com Jun 30, 2013
    While many wonder about the impact of an openly gay player on an NFL locker room, one of the most outspoken gay former players said it was at the team facility where he felt most secure. Former cornerback Wade Davis, who spent time with the Seahawks, Ti…
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  • Soriano picks up 'pen with 11th-inning homer

    Soriano picks up 'pen with 11th-inning homer

    MLB.com Jun 30, 2013
    For the second straight game, the bullpen imploded, but this time the Cubs overcame the breakdown as Alfonso Soriano hit a two-run homer in the 11th inning to beat the pesky Mariners, 5-3, on Saturday night at Safeco Field.
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