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Return of the fraudulent offense? - A Hunt and Peck

When it comes to scoring runs, the Cardinals are feast or famine. The year was 2012. The Cardinals were just coming off an incredible World Series run and the loss of Albert Pujols to Los Angeles via free agency. Despite losing their once-in-a-generation player, the team still had much of the same core returning, plus the new addition of Carlos Beltran. That core, including David Freese, Allen Craig, Matt Holliday, and Yadier Molina, along with Beltran clubbed 123 of the team's 159 home runs. The 2012 team scored 765 runs for fifth in all of baseball with an 106 wRC+, which tied for third....
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Rockies and Pirates rescheduled a missed game. And it's an advantage for Colorado

Rockies and Pirates rescheduled a missed game. And it's an advantage for Colorado

First baseman Mark Reynolds (12) of the Colorado Rockies tags out David Freese (23) Pittsburgh Pirates on a fielder's choice during the third inning on a ball off the bat of Starling Marte at

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