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Topic - Yadier Molina
Molina was injured Wednesday when he planted his hand for balance after sliding feet-first into third base in the second inning. He caught another half-inning before Tony Cruz hit for him in the third.
Michael Morse rewarded his manager for giving him a rare day off.
Allen Craig is regaining his form at the plate.
By now, Michael Wacha is accustomed to dealing with the weather. He knows how to keep the St. Louis Cardinals close, too.
Brett Gardner's leaping catch in the 11th inning gave the New York Yankees life. Patient at-bats and their first hit since the fifth inning put them over the top.
Jaime Garcia's 40th win in the majors will always be special. It took a lot of hard work and more than a year to get it.
Left-hander Tony Cingrani isn't all the way back from his two weeks on the disabled list. It showed again in his latest start.
Michael Wacha was a ball magnet, snaring a line drive instinctively just trying to protect his face and then making an early exit after a foul liner struck him just above the right elbow while he sat in the dugout.
Even after surrendering the lead in the eighth inning, the Arizona Diamondbacks had two more chances to take control. Then, they finally cracked.
When Braves second baseman Tyler Pastornicky backpedaled into shallow right field to catch the popup and Jason Heyward didn't arrive fast enough to take charge, Kolten Wong got the green light.
Fredi Gonzalez felt strongly about a call that went against the Atlanta Braves that he charged out of the dugout for a second time after getting ejected.
Jason Hammel struck out the side to start the game. That fast start quickly unraveled for the Cubs right-hander.
Although their three-game winning streak was snapped by the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday night, the Chicago Cubs are starting to see progress.
After they lost a crucial appeal, things quickly unraveled for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Jhonny Peralta went deep twice, ending the St. Louis Cardinals' 366 at-bat homerless drought.
"Mentally, it's so frustrating," Molina said before Thursday night's game against the Pirates. "You play hard for something to happen like that, it's bad."
"I've got 100 percent confidence, I have no doubt he can do it," Molina said. "Tony's smart, he's a good player, a good hitter, a good catcher."