One of my few W's vs them!! It seems I did that for the Braves most of my career!! Off early again this morn for Altanta.
Cardinals Braves tomorrow 7: Justin Verlander AL ranks in innings 1st 32 starts 1st 24 Quality starts 1st strikeouts 1st 0. Opposing hitters with runners in scoring position against Jacob deGrom in You almost never see teams start runners on a count and one out in MLB in , but the Cardinals did it and it… twitter.
Adam Wainwright getting handshakes and hugs from teammates; his night is done. Six scoreless innings in what was as… twitter. Thanks to the great crew at Sportsnet for a great run this season. Done my SNet bluejays games for this season but… twitter.
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