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Jim Edmonds and Ryan Braun and the Milwaukee Brewers team went offensive on the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Brew Crew piled up 25 hits on Thursday in the most-lopsided loss in Pirates history.

Jim Edmonds Brewers (mlb)

Prince Fielder Brewers (mlb)

Milwaukee matched a club record for margin of victory and set a record for its biggest shutout win.

Prince Fielder belted his first home run of the season and the Brewers had 10 players with an RBI. The Brewers finished with 12 extra-base hits.

Milwaukee led 10-0 after five innings, then scored six runs in the seventh and four more in the ninth. The rout came a day after the Brewers beat up Pittsburgh 8-0.


Kurt Suzuki Athletics (mlb)

Kurt Suzuki hit a three-run homer and later grounded into the Yankees’ first triple play since 1968 as the Oakland Athletics stopped the Yankees six-game winning streak on Thursday.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, Suzuki hit a sharp ground ball to Alex Rodriguez, who stepped on third base and threw to Robinson Cano at  second. Cano’s relay throw to first baseman Nick Johnson barely beat Suzuki.

The Yankees had gone 42 years or 6,632 consecutive regular-season games without a triple play. Their last on was on June 3, 1968, with first baseman Mickey Mantle catching the final out on a ball hit by Minnesota’s John Roseboro.


Carlos Pena Rays (mlb)

Carlos Pena drove in four runs and the Rays took advantage of Jake Peavy’s wildness to beat Chicago and cap the  winningest road trip in Tampa Bay history.

The Rays, who were 32-49 on the road last year, have never finished a season with a winning record away from Tropicana Field. The Rays went 9-1 on their first trip in 2010, outscoring their opponents by a total of 69-23 (Baltimore, Boston and Chicago).

Reds rally twice, finally win a series vs LA; Leake gets the win

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Scott Rolen Reds (mlb)

Mike Leake Reds (ASU photo)

Scott Rolen hit a go-ahead, two-run double to spark a seventh-inning rally and rookie Mike Leake earned his first major league win for the Reds, 8-5 over the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Leake (1-0) was making his third professional start, all in the major leagues this year. He pitched seven innings and became the first Reds starter to win in 2010. And he is the youngest of the starting pitchers.

The Reds came from behind twice for their seventh win.

The Dodgers were leading 5-4 after a Garrett Anderson pinch hit homer when Scott Rolen smacked a two-run double off the left center field fence with two outs in the seventh inning. Drew Stubbs and Ryan Hanigan added run-scoring singles as Cincinnati sent nine batters to the plate against Los Angeles relief pitchers Hong-Chih Kuo (0-1) and Ronald Belisario.

Dodgers left fielder Manny Ramirez left the game in the sixth after straining his right calf while running out a single.

Indians wake up the lumber, blast Twins at Target Field

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Mitch Talbot turned in another strong outing for the Indians and his teammates finally generated some office in an 8-1 win over Minnesota.

Mitch Talbot (mlb)

Talbot (2-1) followed up his first major league win, a complete game last weekend against the Chicago White Sox, with six very impressive innings. He hold the Twins to two hits and no earned runs to keep them from sweeping the three-game series.

The Indians are last in the American League in batting average and slugging percentage. They matched a season high with eight runs.

Dodgers blow out Reds 14-6

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Rafael Furcal led the way as Los Angeles pounded the Reds all over Great American Ball Park.

The leadoff hitter drove in four runs with a  single, double and triple to highlight another hitting-clinic performance by the major’s best-hitting lineup Wednesday night in leading the Dodgers to a 14-6 win over Cincinnati. LA scored in all but one inning, a dominating performance from the top of the lineup to the bottom.

The Dodgers have a 23-5 record against the reds since 2006, their best record against any team in that span, according to STATS LLC.

Hiroki Kuroda (2-0) was the winner, Aaron Harang ( 0-3) was the loser.

Rafael Furcal (mlb)

The Dodgers came into the game with a .302 batting average that led the majors and five players hitting .320 or better. They piled up 18 hits and achieved their season high in runs.

Andre Ethier had a solo homer among his  three hits; Matt Kemp extended his hitting streak to 10 games with his seventh homer of the season and James Loney broke the game open with a bases-loaded single that made it 9-4 in the sixth inning.

Indians dominated by Francisco Liriano, lose 6-0

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A few years ago Francisco Liriano was an unhittable and dominating pitcher as a top 1-2 pitcher in the Twins rotation. He could rack up strikeouts and the Twins won almost everytime he pitched.

But in 2007, when he sustained an arm injury, mostly everybody thought his career was done because of the Tommy John surgery. But here in 2010, he starting to regain that beforementioned form and the Cleveland Indians witnessed it first hand.

Francisco Liriano (mlb)

Liriano struck out six in eight scoreless innings to lead the Twins to a 6-0 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday night.

Liriano (2-0) allowed six hits and walked two and Michael Cuddyer had a homer, a triple and three RBI’s for the Twins, who are off to an 11-4 start because of  Liriano’s improvement.

David Huff was the loser (1-2) giving up only 3 hits in six innings for the Indians. But he walked six and allowed four runs before giving way to Aaron Laffey.

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