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September 2, 2007 | From the Associated Press
ST. LOUIS -- Rick Ankiel drove in three runs a day after hitting his first grand slam, and Yadier Molina had three runs batted in and homered for the second consecutive game in the St. Louis Cardinals' 11-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Saturday night. Jim Edmonds gave the Cardinals a trio of three-RBI players, and his two-run double against rookie Phil Dumatrait (0-3) was the go-ahead hit in a four-run fifth inning that put the Cardinals ahead, 5-2.
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July 3, 2013 | By Mike DiGiovanna
First baseman Mark Trumbo's superb backhand, diving stop of David Freese's one-hop smash with the bases loaded and one out in the eighth inning Tuesday night was not only a game saver but a possible perception changer. Trumbo, who scrambled to his feet and fired to second base to start an inning-ending double play in the Angels' 5-1 victory over the Cardinals, has always been known more for his power -- he leads the Angels with 18 home runs -- than his defense at first base and in the outfield.
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October 2, 2013 | By Kevin Baxter
SCHEDULE Game 1: Thursday, 2 p.m. Pittsburgh (A.J. Burnett, 10-11, 3.30) at St. Louis (Adam Wainwright, 19-9, 2.94) Game 2: Friday, 10 a.m. Pittsburgh (Gerrit Cole, 10-7, 3.22) at St. Louis (Lance Lynn, 15-10, 3.97) Game 3: Sunday, TBA St. Louis (Joe Kelly, 10-5, 2.69) at Pittsburgh (Francisco Liriano, 16-8, 3.02¿ Game 4: Monday, TBA* St. Louis (TBA) at Pittsburgh (TBA) Game 5: Wednesday, TBA* Pittsburgh (TBA) at St. Louis (TBA)
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July 25, 2006 | From the Associated Press
When Yadier Molina's bloop single glanced off Cory Sullivan's glove in the sixth inning, the center fielder leaped to his feet in frustration. Left-hander Jeff Francis, who had been working on a perfect game to that point, let out a sigh and a slight smile. "There's a lot of anxiety involved when you have something going like that. When that ball dropped, it's almost a relief," Francis said. "You know, just concentrate on winning the game and that load comes off your shoulders."
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