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  • 29 Jan
    导出博客文章CINCINNATI, Ohio -- The St. Louis Cardinals passed two tests with their first
    extra-innning win of the season. With the best offence in the National League
    and the second best team pitching staff, the Cardinals have rarely had to play
    from behind. They erased a pair of two-run deficits in a 10-inning, 11-4 win.
    "Weve has some of those (extra inning) games go the wrong way," Cardinal manager
    Mike Matheny said. "There have been quite a few times weve come back but not all
    the way." Matt Hollidays grand slam capped a seven-run 10th inning to help the
    St. Louis Cardinals beat the Cincinnati Reds 11-4 on Sunday night. J.J. Hoover
    (0-5) walked Allen Craig to lead off the 10th. One out later, David Freese
    singled Craig to second, extending his career-best hitting streak to 19 games,
    tied with San Franciscos Marco Scutaro for the longest in the National League
    this season. Daniel Descalso followed with his RBI double off the left field
    wall. Matt Carpenter added two insurance runs with a bases-loaded single before
    Holliday hit his homer -- a 464-foot shot into the left field seats off Curtis
    Partch, who was making his major league debut. The homer was Hollidays 10th of
    the season. "Its hard not to be disappointed," Cincinnati manager Dusty Baker
    said. "We have a lead in the late innings. We have to find a way to hold them."
    "These guys are never out of a ballgame," said Arroyo, who started and went six
    innings before leaving after his right leg stiffened up, the result of getting
    smacked on the knee by Descalsos sharp one-hopper to end the fourth. "Against
    some teams, when you lead, 4-2, in the late innings, you feel like the games
    over. This team fights you -- the whole lineup. Every guy in the lineup has a
    hitting streak. Its not easy to navigate nine innings." Descalso was in the game
    to give Pete Kozma a breather but hes managed some big hits for St. Louis.
    "Descalso has been hitting the ball well," Matheny said. "Its hard to do for a
    guy who isnt getting regular at bats." His clutch hit put the Cardinals on top
    for the first time in the game. "We havent had to come back much this year,"
    Descalso said. "Most of these guys have been around when weve had to come back.
    I dont hit many that far, that way. I was just hoping I got enough of it."
    Trevor Rosenthal (1-0) had four strikeouts in two perfect innings to get the
    win. The victory meant that the Cardinals have now either won or split 13
    straight series. The Reds grabbed a quick 2-0 lead in the first. Shin-Soo Choo
    led off with an opposite-field double into the left-field corner and moved to
    third on Derrick Robinsons sacrifice bunt. After Joey Votto walked, Brandon
    Phillips nudged a half-swing bloop single into short right field to drive in
    Choo and send Votto to third. Votto scored on Jay Bruces sacrifice fly. St.
    Louis tied it in the fourth. Carlos Beltran led off with his 14th home run of
    the season, a 409-foot blast to centre field on a 3-1 pitch. Holliday followed
    with a double and scored one out later on Yadier Molinas opposite-field double
    into the right-field corner. A two-run fifth gave the Reds a 4-2 lead. Choo led
    off with a single to right and Robinson was nicked by a pitch while squaring to
    bunt. Votto struck out and Choo moved to third on Phillipss fly ball to centre
    field before Bruce lined a two-run double into the right-field corner. "I felt
    the first guy got on every inning," said Lance Lynn, who would have tied
    teammate Adam Wainright for the team and league lead in wins. "It was a grind. I
    threw everything to Bruce. I put the fastball inside where I wanted but he got
    the bat on it somehow. It was a good piece of hitting." The Cardinals jumped all
    over reliever Sam LeCure to tie the score again in the seventh. Jon Jay led off
    with a single, his third hit of the game, and went to third on pinch-hitter Matt
    Adamss double to centre that Choo got a glove on but couldnt hold. Jay scored
    and pinch-runner Shane Robinson went to third on Carpenters single. Beltran
    greeted reliever Alfredo Simon with a game-tying sacrifice fly. Carpenter
    extended his career-high hitting streak to 18 games. Notes: Cardinals RHP Jake
    Westbrook, on the disabled list since May 9 with right elbow inflammation,
    started for Single-A Peoria on Sunday, perhaps the last step toward being
    activated. Westbrook could be ready to pitch in "4-5 days," manager Mike Matheny
    said. ... St. Louis RHP Chris Carpenter, whos missed the entire season with a
    right shoulder injury, is scheduled to pitch "lengthened" bullpen sessions and
    face batters when the Cardinals return from their current road trip, Matheny
    said. ... Reds 2B Brandon Phillips was 1-for-7 in his first two games since
    missing four after being hit in the left forearm with a pitch. The area remains
    swollen. "Its still (messed) up," Phillips said. "I can catch the ball OK, but
    handling the bat is tough. Im going to play through it. It is what it is."
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    -- Beyond infielders Wil Myers and Yangervis Solarte, theres not a lot of
    experience in San Diegos lineup. As a result, Solarte prefers to lead by
    example.He hit a tiebreaking home run leading off the eighth inning to help the
    last-place Padres defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2 and snap a three-game skid
    on Friday night.Its something we talk about a lot, setting a good example so
    whoever comes up here for the first time, they see how we do things. What to do,
    what not to do, Solarte said. I was trying to get a hit to lead off the inning,
    first of all, but I was able to stay aggressive and make some good contact.The
    Dodgers lost for the third time in four games, but their lead in the NL West
    remained at two games over the San Francisco Giants, who lost to the Cubs.Brad
    Hand (4-3) got the victory, allowing one hit and striking out four in 1 2/3
    innings of relief. Brandon Maurer pitched the ninth for his seventh save.They
    had opportunities but when Hand and (Ryan) Buchter were on the mound, I felt
    really good about that, Padres manager Andy Green said. Those are really good
    matchups for us all the way through.Solarte hit his career high-tying 14th homer
    on a 1-1 pitch from Adam Liberatore (2-2). Pinch-hitter Brett Wallace hit a
    bloop single over the third basemans head with two outs, scoring Alex Dickerson,
    who walked, for a 4-2 lead.Thats when a team takes life, when you finally take a
    lead and you give it right back, Green said. It was a good response by our
    guys.The Padres rallied twice, including in the sixth on Derek Norris two-run
    double that gave them a 2-1 lead. They were his first RBI since Aug. 2, a span
    of 15 games.Joc Pederson drove in both Dodgers runs. His RBI single gave them a
    1-0 lead in the fourth and his 19th homer tied it 2-all in the sixth. Los
    Angeles had 13 hits and stranded 11 runners.Yasiel Puig rejoined the team after
    a monthlong demotion to the minors. He went 2 for 4, including a two-out single
    in the fifth.Puig grounded out with the bases loaded in the third. He singled
    and went to second on a throwing error in the seventh, but the Dodgers ended the
    inning with consecutive strikeouts.It was really good to see him back in the
    lineup, manager Dave Roberts said. His energy and focus was good. He ran
    hard.Padres starter Clayton Richard allowed one run and a season-high nine hits
    in fivee innings.ddddddddddddJulio Urias made his 13th and possibly last start
    of the season for the Dodgers. The left-hander gave up three runs and two hits
    in 5 1/3 innings, struck out six and walked one. The club has instituted an
    innings restriction on the 20-year-old rookie.SLUMPING SEAGERDodgers SS Corey
    Seager was hitless in four at-bats, with a walk and a strikeout, extending his
    offensive slump to 0 for 19 -- his longest drought of the season.HELP ARRIVESThe
    Padres reinstated INF-OF Alexi Amarista from the 15-day DL and recalled RHP
    Leonel Campos from Triple-A El Paso. We just needed a little bit more depth,
    Green said. In September, the calendar turns over, and youre looking at other
    rosters with 30-plus guys on it, and youre barely at 26, 27.TRAINERS ROOMPadres:
    OF Jon Jay took batting practice and was set to begin a three-game rehab
    assignment at Class A Lake Elsinore on Saturday. Hes expected to rejoin the team
    next week. ... RHP Tyson Ross (right shoulder inflammation), out since April,
    was expected to arrive Friday night for two days of workouts with the team. ...
    2B Jemile Weeks, out since May with hamstring issues, received a cortisone shot
    Thursday but continues to struggle to get back to 100 percent. Its looking less
    and less likely hes going to play for us before the year is out, Green
    said.Dodgers: LHP Clayton Kershaw is scheduled to pitch in a rehab game at Class
    A Rancho Cucamonga on Saturday. Hell throw three innings or around 50 pitches,
    with LHP Brett Anderson to follow. Anderson is on the DL with a finger blister.
    Kershaw has been sidelined for more than two months with a herniated disk in his
    back. ... Los Angeles recalled C-INF Austin Barnes, RHP Josh Fields and Puig
    from Triple-A Oklahoma City, and reinstated RHP Louis Coleman and Josh Ravin
    from the 15-day DL.UP NEXTPadres: RHP Luis Perdomo (7-7, 5.84 ERA) is 0-2 with a
    4.91 ERA in two starts against the Dodgers this season. Perdomo threw the teams
    first complete game of 2016 in his last start, holding Miami to six hits in a
    3-1 victory.Dodgers: LHP Rich Hill (10-3, 2.09 overall) makes his second start
    with the team after it was moved back because of tenderness on a blister. He
    threw six scoreless innings in his debut.
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