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MLB umpires rarely sit down with the media, however umpire Hunter Wendelstedt gave Todd Kalas a peek into this year's biggest game changer – the instant replay. Instead of being salty that technology was taking part of his job, Wendelstedt praised the positive impacts that instant replay has made on the game.
Mad dog lovers, you might want to tune in to WFAN. No, Chris Russo is not returning to the station from satellite radio. But Michael Vick will appear on WFAN for a weekly spot with Mike Francesa, Russo’s ex-partner, on Tuesdays, the radio station announced.
Jake Arrieta pitched six solid innings and the Chicago Cubs handed the Milwaukee Brewers their seventh straight loss, 7-1 Tuesday night.
Shortstop Elian Herrera made two errors that helped the Cubs score four runs in the first inning, and Milwaukee went on to match its worst skid of the season.
Since owning a 2 1/2-game lead in the NL Central on Aug.
Another shutout loss again left Atlanta's hitters feeling like they let their pitchers down.
The Braves' offensive funk continued as Kyle Kendrick allowed only three hits in seven scoreless innings, Carlos Ruiz homered and drove in two runs, and Philadelphia shut out Atlanta 4-0 on Tuesday night.
One day after Cole Hamels and three relievers threw the first combined no-hitter in Phillies history, Kendrick (8-11) and relievers Ken Giles and Antonio Bastardo were dominant in the three-hit shutout.
"It stinks right now," said Braves third baseman Chris Johnson, who was 0-for-3 and struck out with the bases loaded to end the first.
Mike Minor (6-9) gave up three runs in 7 1-3 innings.
Johnson said Minor, like other Braves pitchers this year, deserved better support.
"It's hard to look those guys in the face," Johnson said.