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Topic - Todd Frazier
The defending National League champions opened the season with a lot of waiting. And a couple of wins, too.
Cincinnati second baseman Brandon Phillips flashed his All-Star form at the plate and in the field Sunday as the Reds beat a split squad of San Diego Padres 15-4.
A former business official with Carterville schools admitted he stole funds from the southern Illinois district.
Throughout the season, as the Washington Nationals marched to a major league-best 98 victories, they shunned talk of individual awards. The World Series title, they said, was all that mattered.
Adam LaRoche, the understated first baseman, has won his much-deserved Gold Glove. And now we turn our attention to other prizes, beginning with the Rookie of the Year awards. The Washington Nationals have a horse in that race, too, you may have heard. Or maybe he's an ivory-billed woodpecker.
The Cincinnati Reds placed third baseman Scott Rolen on the 15-day disabled list Friday with a strained left shoulder.
"For us to come together the way we have, especially against the team that beat us in the playoffs, it's a lot of fun," third baseman Todd Frazier said.
"The whole series was kind of weird with all the rain and stuff," Frazier said. "It really put a damper on things."