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- Boehner accuses Obama of ‘legacy of lawlessness’
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- LGBT adults still lean overwhelmingly toward Democratic Party
- Lawmakers rattled by Syria genocide horrors, call on Obama to act
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Topic - Wade Miley
Four pitches doomed Wade Miley and the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday.
Wade Miley put the Arizona Diamondbacks in position to win, shaking off a rough third inning with a string of strikeouts.
Kevin Quackenbush took his first big-league loss in dramatic fashion, giving up a two-run, walkoff homer.
Arizona manager Kirk Gibson felt starting pitcher Wade Miley deserved the chance to try and earn a win Thursday against the St. Louis Cardinals.
Against Arizona, the Los Angeles Dodgers are the dominant team they are supposed to be. Against everyone else, not so much.
Paul Konerko's first home run of the season wasn't enough to lift the Chicago White Sox to victory.
Wade Miley took advantage of Phil Cuzzi's low strike zone to cool off Jose Abreu and the rest of the White Sox.
The Arizona Diamondbacks got their hits, spraying balls all over Chase Field.
Troy Tulowitzki had a rough start to Colorado's road trip.
Wade Miley had been the best of Arizona's sputtering rotation. Until Saturday night, when he wasn't very good, either.
Adrian Gonzalez must love it when he sees the word "Arizona" on the opposing uniform.
Brett Anderson was less than thrilled with his first two starts with the Colorado Rockies.
The home runs are coming in bunches for Mark Trumbo, and the reasons behind the power surge are the least of his concerns.
Cleveland's Corey Kluber had a strong final spring outing; Arizona's Wade Miley, not so good.
Nothing like a long flight across the Pacific Ocean to help a guy overcome a fear of flying.
"My mentality against these guys is the same as it against anybody else," Miley said. "They're very aggressive and I just try to throw strikes. They're going to get you sometimes. That's just how the game works."
"I think we're going to continue to be the Kansas City Packers," Miley said. "We're the Packers now."