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Topic - Mark Reynolds
The Baltimore Orioles discovered that there might be something to the baseball adage about not putting the go-ahead run on base - regardless of who's up next.
Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Yovani Gallardo couldn't have picked a better spot for the first pinch hit of his career.
The Miami Marlins hit a season-high four home runs Friday, which wasn't nearly enough because Tom Koehler dug too big a hole with his worst outing of the year.
With the retractable roof open and the Milwaukee Brewers in town, pitcher-friendly Marlins Park became a launching pad.
Following a dominant opening month, Ervin Santana has found trouble in May.
The Brewers saved their swings for the game and earned another break from batting practice.
Mark Reynolds raised his right index finger in the air as his game-ending RBI single bounced safely past the diving third baseman. The bearded slugger was mobbed at first by smiling teammates pulling on his jersey and patting his head.
The New York Yankees were the first team this season to get to Brewers closer Francisco Rodriguez, and they still lost.
Yovani Gallardo gave up nothing but singles. The way Johnny Cueto was pitching, it wasn't good enough.
Finally healthy after a lost season, Johnny Cueto is dominating every time out.
Khris Davis could have easily just called it a day after striking out four times.
Mike Matheny would like to forget this one as soon as possible.
Philadelphia Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg spent spring training stressing the importance of playing fundamental baseball. That message hasn't paid off yet.
The Milwaukee Brewers are feeling right at home on the road and gaining more confidence with each win.
The Brewers have requested waivers on infielder Juan Francisco after the left-handed slugger lost out on their first-base job.
"We're just getting hit after hit and it's fun to be a part of," Reynolds said. "Offenses go through this, they just click. Guys get big hits. You go through these streaks where it's fun to be a part of and tough to get us out. We're just going to ride this streak out as long as we can."
"It's the sign of a good team to come back and win a game that maybe you weren't supposed to win," he said. "Big for the team, big for our confidence."