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let me tell you how shocked i was.... :lol:

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Pittsburgh hands the Cubs a 12-2 win last night committing seven errors and getting only four hits. All 12 Chicago runs were the result of an error with nine runs being unearned. The last time they this many errors was against the Cardinals on September 16, 1985 and missed their team record of eight against the Phillies on September 17, 1939 at Forbes Field. They also became the first team since about 1930 to make at least seven errors in a game while getting only four hits. To add insult to injury Andrew McCutchen was robbed of extra bases by Alfonso Soriano when he sprinted and made a leaping catch over the left-center field wall. You might be aware that Soriano is a defensive liability.

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Pittsburgh hands the Cubs a 12-2 win last night committing seven errors and getting only four hits. All 12 Chicago runs were the result of an error with nine runs being unearned. The last time they this many errors was against the Cardinals on September 16, 1985 and missed their team record of eight against the Phillies on September 17, 1939 at Forbes Field. They also became the first team since about 1930 to make at least seven errors in a game while getting only four hits. To add insult to injury Andrew McCutchen was robbed of extra bases by Alfonso Soriano when he sprinted and made a leaping catch over the left-center field wall. You might be aware that Soriano is a defensive liability.

psyched 'em out completely rooting for cincinatti. that sax is brassy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :lol::lol::lol:

still hoping detroit gets the right reed to continue this insane analogy... :P:D

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Houston actually beat Cincinnati 5-3 on a three run homer in the ninth off Aroldis Chapman who had a streak of 27 consecutive saves broken. Houston is still on pace to lose 111 games.

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Justin Morneau's second home run of the game with two outs in the bottom of the ninth sends Cleveland to yet another loss. Morneau's solo shot came on a 92 MPH inside fastball that sent just inside the right field foul pole and on the first pitch he saw from Vinnie Pestano. Pestano said he threw the pitch he wanted. The only problem was Morneau was sitting on that pitch.

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Omar Infante boots an easy ground ball to start a sixth inning rally for the White Sox. Paul Konerko followed with a single to left and Alex Rios lined a pitch over the left center field wall and A.J. Pierzinski followed with his 26th home run to center field for a 4-1 lead. They would add two runs in the eighth for a 6-1 win over Detroit. Rick Porcello took his sixth straight loss.

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Seven solid innings by Doug Fister and home runs by Austin Jackson and Miguel Cabrera help Detroit break a four game losing streak with a 5-3 win over the White Sox. Jackson's two run homer in the fifth tied the score at 2-2 and Cabrera put the Tigers ahead 3-2 with his 36th homer. Detroit got two runs in the eighth and Chicago countered with one in the bottom half to account for the final score. Fister gave up only two hits, mistakes to DeWayne Wise in the first and Gordon Beckham in the third and improved his record to 9-8. Jose Valverde got his 29th save in 33 tries.

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Detroit's bullpen nearly gives the game away by giving up a three run homer to Kevin Youkilis, his second of the game in the eighth inning as the White Sox got four runs. Closer Jose Valverde gave up two hits and a run in the ninth, but got his 30th save in 34 tries. Starter Max Scherzer went six innings allowing a run on four hits, an earlier home run to Kevin Youlilis. Detroit did get 14 hits, including a three run homer to Prince Fielder in an 8-6 win. Scherzer got the win to run his record to 16-6.

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Defensive plays by MIguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder help Justin Verlander shut down Cleveland on six hits through seven innings. Both plays came with runners at second and third. In the fifth, Casey Kotchman blooped a single and went to third on a double by Lonnie Chisenhall. Verlander got Matt Laporta on a weak tap to the mound, then struck out Ezequiel Cabrera. Fielder stopped a hard ground ball by Jason Donald and tossed the ball from his knees to Verlander. In the sixth, Cleveland got runners to second and third with one out. Verlander got Russ Canzler to fly out and Cabrera made a diving backhander stop on a line smash by Kotchman to end the inning. Verlander got out of another jam in the seventh when he caught Shin Soo Choo looking at a 2-2 curveball. Detroit shut out Cleveland 4-0.

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Detroit's starting pitching and bullpen fail as Cleveland overcomes a 3-0 deficit with two runs in the fourth and fifth innings and one in the sixth. The Indians would rally for two runs in the bottom of the ninth to take a 7-6 win over Detroit after Miguel Cabrera had erased a 5-3 Cleveland lead with a 402 foot home run in the seventh. Jose Valverde got his fifth blown save and his third loss of the season. It's doubtful Detroit makes the playoffs since they've been too inconsistent.

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