7:54 AM EDT, Tue May 24, 2016
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What has been different in the last three starts by Mike Leake?

After a difficult start to the 2016 season, Mike Leake has strung together three straight quality starts for the St. Louis Cardinals -- allowing a total three earned runs over 21 innings pitched. As you'd expect, Leake did not strike out hitters many hitters (4.71 K/9) during this span, but he limited his walks (1.29 BB/9) and did a better job than previous starts at keeping the ball in the park (one home run allowed versus six allowed in his first six starts). As you may recall, I wrote with conservative optimism about Leake's quality start on May 10th against the Los Angeles Angels (8.0...

Wood discusses team win over Brewers

Travis Wood, Wednesday nights hero, discusses the Cubs team win over the Brewers in 13 innings.

Ross: Five-hour game 'feels like it was yesterday'

David Ross discusses the Cubs thrilling 2-1 victory over the Brewers in 13 innings.

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Maddon again liked Cubs' at-bats against Brewers pitching

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Final: Angels rout Dodgers behind Mike Trout, Nick Tropeano

Final: Angels rout Dodgers behind Mike Trout, Nick Tropeano

ANAHEIM – Even as the roster is falling apart, the Angels are inexplicably playing their best baseball of the season. With an 8-1 victory over the Dodgers on Wednesday night, the Angels have won five of their last six games, despite earlier in the...

Thursday on CSN: White Sox look to avoid sweep vs. Astros

Chris Sale will get a chance to keep the White Sox from being swept by the Astros tonight on CSN. Coverage begins at 7:10 p.m. with first pitch.
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Harvey is headed in the right direction

Matt Harvey struck out a season-high seven batters, tossed 102 pitches and let up just two runs and seven hits in six innings against the Reds on Wednesday at Citi Field.

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