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Bucs belt four homers to back dealing Locke

Bucs belt four homers to back dealing Locke

MLB.com ESPN.com Updated Apr 28, 2013
Jeff Locke allowed just three hits in seven shutout innings and the Pirates belted four home runs en route to a 9-0 win over the Cardinals on Sunday at Busch Stadium.
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  • Cardinals teammates unsuccessfully attempt to spell Marc Rzepcz…

    Cardinals teammates unsuccessfully attempt to spell Marc Rzepczynski’s name

    yahoo.com Apr 28, 2013
    Five years in the big leagues and 174 career appearances haven't made it any easier to spell (or in some cases pronounce) the name of St. Louis Cardinals left-hander Marc Rzepczynski. Honestly, it's one of those names that makes you thankful for the &qu…
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  • Cardinals' Motte upbeat after throwing again

    Cardinals' Motte upbeat after throwing again

    ESPN.com Apr 28, 2013
    Cardinals closer Jason Motte threw for the second straight day as a deadline neared for determining whether he could pitch with a partially torn ligament in his elbow.
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  • A.J. Burnett inexplicably intercepts throw intended to catch ba…

    A.J. Burnett inexplicably intercepts throw intended to catch base stealer Jon Jay (video)

    yahoo.com Apr 28, 2013
    A,J. Burnett had one of those interesting moments on Saturday night. It wasn't big enough to overshadow his six innings of two-run ball, or the fact he won his second start in 10 ten days against the St. Louis Cardinals, but we saw it, we scratched our …
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  • Video - Pirates Crush Cardinals To Take Series 00:33

    Pirates Crush Cardinals To Take Series

    Apr 28
    Russell Martin hit two home runs in Pittsburgh's 9-0 win against St. Louis.

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  • Clayton's mailbag: Which offensive rookies will soar?

    Apr 28
    Expect Tavon Austin, DeAndre Hopkins and Robert Woods to emerge as offensive ROY candidates, writes John Clayton.