>>Brewers Bash Cardinals
(St. Louis, MO) -- Prince Fielder plated a pair of runs as the Brewers beat the Cardinals, 5-1. Corey Hart also knocked in two runs for the Brewers, who have won six straight to open up a five-game lead on the Cards in the NL Central. Randy Wolf fired eight innings of five-hit, one-run ball to improve to 9-and-8. Albert Pujols knocked in a run in the first for St. Louis. Jake Westbrook allowed three runs over eight innings to fall to 9-and-6.
>>Gallardo To Face Carpenter In Series Finale
(St. Louis, MO) -- A marquee pitching matchup in on tap in tonight's finale of a three-game series between the Brewers and Cardinals. Yovani Gallardo [[ guy-ARE-doh ]] will be on the mound for the Brewers. The Cards will counter with Chris Carpenter. First-pitch is 7:15 p.m.
>>Cubs Clip Nats
(Chicago, IL) -- Alfonso Soriano homered and knocked in a pair to lead the Cubs to a 4-2 win over the Nationals. Geovany Soto and Reed Johnson added solo homers for the Cubs, who have won eight-of-10. Rodrigo Lopez allowed two runs, one earned, over five-and-two-thirds innings to improve to 3-and-3. Carlos Marmol struck out the side in the ninth to notch his 25th save. The two teams play Monday's rain out makeup game this afternoon. Ryan Dempster gets the nod against Jordan Zimmermann in the finale.
>>O's Take Down White Sox In 10
(Baltimore, MD) -- Nolan Reimold's two-run homer in the bottom of the 10th inning gave the Orioles a 6-4 win over the White Sox. J.J. Hardy and Adam Jones added solo shots for the O's, who snapped a three-game slide with the win. Juan Pierre knocked in two runs for the White Sox, who had won five straight. Jason Frasor was charged with the loss. Mark Buehrle will toe the rubber opposite Chris Tillman in tonight's series finale.
Philadelphia Phillies 9, Los Angeles Dodgers 8
Pittsburgh Pirates 9, San Francisco Giants 2
Atlanta Braves 6, Florida Marlins 2
San Diego Padres 9, New York Mets 5
Cincinnati Reds 3, Colorado Rockies 2
Arizona Diamondbacks 6, Houston Astros 3
New York Yankees 9, LA Angels of Anaheim 3
Cleveland Indians 10, Detroit Tigers 3
Toronto Blue Jays 8, Oakland Athletics 4
Tampa Bay Rays 8, Kansas City Royals 7
Seattle Mariners 4, Texas Rangers 3
Minnesota Twins 5, Boston Red Sox 2
>>Cubs Unveil Santo Statue Outside Of Wrigley
(Chicago, IL) -- Ron Santo will forever be immortalized outside of Wrigley Field. The team unveiled a statue of the former Cubs third baseman and broadcaster on the corner of Addison and Sheffield streets before the team's game against the Washington Nationals on Wednesday evening. Santo passed away on December 3rd at the age of 70 after a battle with bladder cancer. Santo, who was diagnosed with Type-One diabetes when he was 18, signed with the Cubs in 1959 when he was just 19-years-old. He was named to the All-Star team nine times and won five Gold Gloves over 14 seasons on the North Side. He joined the broadcast booth in 1990 as the Cubs color commentator for WGN radio.