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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - St. Louis Cardinals
St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Joe Kelly has been put on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring.
Coming off a series win over the Marlins, the Nationals now return home for an 11-game homestand beginning with four against the defending NL champion Cardinals.
The defense is just fine and the pitching is still there for the Brewers.
Milwaukee manager Ron Roenicke realizes one victory doesn't necessarily end the St. Louis Cardinals' recent dominance over the Brewers.
The St. Louis Cardinals' 5-1 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday may prove more costly than one defeat in the NL Central standings.
Lance Lynn brought the Brewers' fast start to a halt.
The St. Louis Cardinals extended the contract of general manager John Mozeliak for two years through the 2018 season.
Mike Matheny reasoned that Trevor Rosenthal had such an easy time in the 10th inning, throwing just six pitches, that even if the St. Louis Cardinals closer failed at the plate he'd still be around to mow down the Chicago Cubs' hitters.
Adam Wainwright's day started as badly as it could but ended up just fine.
Jay Bruce thought he had it, until the ball glanced off his glove. He wouldn't have argued if it had been ruled an error.
The pop fly cleared the infield by about 20-25 feet. Billy Hamilton's teammates have seen his legs in action, but figured he'd stay put at third.
Shelby Miller was much improved in his second start. St. Louis Cardinals hitters gave the right-hander no support.
Lance Lynn dug another early hole. The St. Louis Cardinals offense climbed right out of it.
Tony Cingrani's second straight start against the Cardinals was nothing like the first.
Home opener hoopla was no distraction at all for Michael Wacha. Neither was the 49-degree chill for the first pitch.