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Reds beat Brewers 5-2; division lead at 7, magic number falls to 6

Cincinnati upped their lead in the NL Central to seven games over the St. Louis Cardinals, who lost to the Florida Marlins on Monday afternoon. The Reds magic number for clinching their first Central title since 1995 is six.

Joey Votto and Scott Rolen homered on back-to-back pitches in the eighth inning to break open a tie-game and lead the Cincinnati Reds to a 5-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers Monday night in Miller Park.

The Reds are 8-1 vs. Milwaukee this season.

Nick Masset (MLB)

Reds right-handed setup man Nick Masset (4-4) pitche 1 1/3 scoreless innings to get the win for the Reds.

Cincinnati closer Francisco Cordero pitched a perfect ninth for his 37th save in 45 chances.

Joey Votto is batting .457 with 12 RBI’s against Milwaukee and Rolen is batting .480 against the Brewers with 11 RBI’s.

The score was tied 2-2 in the top of the eighth inning when Orlando Cabrera, singled with one out. Votto followed with a towering homer over the left-center field Goodwill sign.

Rolen followed Votto on the next pitch from Kameron Loe (3-5), hitting his 20th home run of the season.

compiled from staff & Cincinnati Reds news

Former Red Jason LaRue might retire

The St. Louis Cardinals are anticipating, eventhough no formal press conference or announcement has been made, that catcher Jason LaRue will likely retire because of the concussion he sustained in a brawl with his former team, the Cincinnati Reds on August 10 in Cincinnati.

Jason LaRue St. Louis (MLB)

The 36-year-old LaRue, was kicked in the head by Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto when LaRue and several of the Cardinals pinned Cueto up against the backstop screen.

LaRue told several members of the media who cover the team, that he has had an estimated 20 concussions in his athletic career.

compiled from staff & MLB news

Tigers manager Jim Leyland joins 3,000 Club

Jim Leyland, a native of Toledo, Ohio, became the 18th manager in Major League Baseball history to work 3,000 games when his Detroit Tigers played the Chicago White Sox on Sunday night.

Jim Leyland (MLB)

Leyland has a record of 1,487 wins and 1,511 loss record in 19 seasons with Pittsburgh, Florida, Colorado and Detroit.

Seventeen managers have reached the epic milestone, including three who are still active: Tony LaRussa, Bobby Cox and Joe Torre.

compiled from MLB & Detroit Tigers news

Joe Torre will retire after 2010; Don Mattingly new Dodgers manager


Los Angeles Dodgers manager Joe Torre announced Friday that he will retire after this season, his third with the team.

The Dodgers quickly announced that Don Mattingly will replace Torre in 2011.

Joe Torre (MLB)

Don Mattingly (MLB)

The 70-year-old Torre suggested at the press conference that he would accept another job with the Dodgers. He plans on speaking with general manager Ned Colletti in October. He says he’ll continue to live in Southern California.

With the Dodgers, Torre led the team to division titles in 2008 and 2009, but lost both seasons to the Philadelphia Phillies in the NL championship series.

compiled from staff, MLB & Los Angeles Dodgers news

Indians blast Royals 11-4 as Choo hits 3 homers

The last time the Cleveland Indians didn’t have at least one player with 20 homers was in 1983. 2010 was starting to look very bleak with no one close but Shin-Soo Choo and he was sitting on 16.

Friday night at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Choo set career highs with three homers, his second grand slam of the season and seven RBI’s in the Indians 11-4 rout of the Royals.

Shin-Soo Choo joins Tribe record books (MLB)

Choo went 4 for 5 at the plate. He entered the game batting .162 in his lat 37 at bats.

For the soft-spoken Choo, the three homers give him 19 home runs for 2010. Travis Hafner was the last Indians slugger to hit three homers in a game, July 20, 2004, against the Angels.

The winner was Carlos Carrasco (1-0) who pitched six innings, allowed three runs, including two homers.

compiled from staff & Cleveland Indians news

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