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Nearly an hour after one more loss in a historic collapse, Freddie Freeman walked through the Braves clubhouse still wearing his No. 5 uniform, as if he couldn't believe he'd be taking it off for the final time this year.
Baseball's regular season was supposed to end Wednesday, with the Oakland A's once again mired in mediocrity in the AL West. Not exactly the best time to glorify the concept of "Moneyball," but Hollywood waits for no team.
Atlanta Braves right-hander Tim Hudson has been taken to a hospital to be treated for a cramp near his neck.
The pitch was a changeup, no different than 178 other changeups Stephen Strasburg had thrown for the Washington Nationals.
Giants outfielder Nate Schierholtz tested his fractured right foot Friday and is still too sore to play a full game.
Two rookies came through in key situations to help Atlanta's Tim Hudson beat Arizona's Josh Collmenter.
The Atlanta Braves placed center fielder Nate McLouth on the 15-day disabled list Monday, losing another starter in their injury-depleted outfield.
The Washington Nationals should have been celebrating a blowout victory Tuesday night. They should have been reveling in an offensive outburst that was a long time coming, in a pitcher who won the 100th game of his career and in taking the first of a three-game set with a divisional rival.
Yovani Gallardo kept putting up zeros, setting off no-hitter alerts all over. So when he glanced at the Busch Stadium scoreboard, the Milwaukee pitcher clearly saw what was happening.