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CHICAGO -- Anthony Rizzo wasted little time in getting to Adam Wainwright. Rizzo hit a two-run single in the first that ended Wainwrights scoreless streak at 25 innings, and the Cubs beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-5 Friday for their third win in four games. "Im not trying to do too much," Rizzo said. "See the ball and hit it, really try to swing at the pitches I want to hit, not pitchers pitches. Especially with Wainwright, his stuff is so good hes going to eat you alive." Wainwright (5-2) had allowed six runs in 45 innings coming in, but the Cubs matched the runs total in just five innings against the St. Louis ace, who gave up 10 hits. His ERA rose from 1.20 to 2.16. "They did a nice job of spoiling some pitches," Cubs manager Rick Renteria said of his batters. "Youve got to give them all the credit. They grinded out some at-bats today and reaped some benefits." Wainwright had been 6-0 in 12 previous starts and five relief appearances at Wrigley Field. "There were certain pitches today I didnt have good command over," he said. "My curveball was kind of sporadic in the zone and out of the zone, which is pretty rare for me. Its a funny game. Today was not my day. I accept that and take responsibility for today and move on." The scoreless streak was one inning shy of the career high for Wainwright, who had not allowed an extra-base hit since April 12 against the Cubs in St. Louis. "Hes been incredibly consistent through this season so far. ... You can see pitches were just on the edge and not where he wanted them or werent getting called," Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said. "Its a frustrating day when he knows our guys put some offence up for him and we just cant stop them. He limited the damage and figured out ways to keep us in it. We had some chances." Rizzo added a leadoff home run in the fifth that put Chicago ahead 6-3. Welington Castillo had three doubles for Chicago, which sent the skidding Cardinals to their 10th loss in 16 games. Travis Wood (2-3) gave up three runs -- two earned -- and six hits in seven innings but allowed just one runner in his final three innings. Justin Grimm gave up Jhonny Peraltas two-run homer in the eighth, Hector Rondon pitched a perfect ninth for his second save. Cubs centerfielder Ryan Sweeney made a catch on the run in the eighth on a drive to right-centre by Allen Craig. Sweeney injured his right hamstring and was replaced by Emilio Bonifacio, who moved from second. "It was great determination," Renteria said. "Hammys hurt." St. Louis overcame its early deficit, tying the game in the third when Matt Carpenter singled in a run and scored on Peraltas double. Chicago loaded the bases in the bottom half on a pair of walks around Starlin Castros single. Ryan Sweeney drove in the go-ahead run with a weak grounder to second that allowed Rizzo to score from third, and Castillo followed with a two-out, two-run double. Castros throwing error from shortstop on Randal Grichuks grounder allowed Yadier Molina to score from third and cut the deficit to 5-3 in the fourth. NOTES: Cubs GM Jed Hoyer said RHP Jose Veras (left oblique strain) will begin his rehab assignment at Double-A Tennessee and pitch at some point in the next few days, depending on how he feels. ... Cubs prospect OF Jorge Soler (hamstring) is progressing at the teams facility in Mesa, Arizona. Hoyer said "the reports have been good" and he hopes Soler will join Tennessee soon. ... RHP Jack Arrieta is to make his big league season debut for the Cubs when he starts Saturday. RHP Michael Wacha (2-2) is slated to slart for St. Louis. 19:27ET 02-05-14 Wholesale Shoes China . 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The Blue Jays embark on the longest remaining road trip of the season having concluded a successful 5-2 homestand against Texas and Boston, two of the American Leagues weaker sisters. The fun begins at House of Horrors North (with deference paid to Tropicana Field, the Jays original House of Horrors), also known as Yankee Stadium, where Toronto is winless in its last 16 games dating back to an August 29, 2012 victory. On that day, J.A. Happ got the win in relief and CC Sabathia took the loss. Players insist they pay no mind to the skid in the Bronx. "Playing a team in our division thats right there with us, having said that the success or failures in New York, we just dont think about it," said closer Casey Janssen. "I know that the media loves to take this on but we just havent played well there. We can beat them at home. We can beat them on the road. We can. We just havent." "Those guys are aware of it but I dont know if you need to have a team meeting over it," said manager John Gibbons. "Go out and play harder? I dont know." There was no Curse of the Bambino. No billy goat has prevented the listless Cubs from reaching a World Series since 1945. There is no hex on the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium, even if it feels like it. The coaches discuss the Yankee Stadium issue in meetings. "The bottom line is its always been a tough place to win anyway," said Gibbons. "I dont remember it being this difficult and its strange because weve always played pretty good at Fenway." Gibbons hinted hell make one change prior to Fridays game. The team wont take batting practice on the field, opting for the underneath cage instead. The skipper joked that he wants to avoid seeing the "Yankeeography" show the hometown team runs on its scoreboard during visitors batting practice. On a daily basis, the Yankees pump out content reliving one of the franchises numerous excellent decades or profiling one of clubs legendary players. The Blue Jays go to Boston for three games to start next week and follow that up with four games against the Astros in Houston. The non-waiver trade deadline, July 31, falls on the day the club arrives deep in the heart of Texas. The Jays will enter Yankee Stadium tied with New York for second in the American League East, three games behind Baltimmore for the division lead and a half-game ahead of Seattle for the second wild card spot.dddddddddddd Both Toronto and New York have won three straight games heading into their series. The Jays throw, in this order, Mark Buehrle, Drew Hutchison and J.A. Happ. The Yankees throw, in this order, Hiroki Kuroda, Shane Greene and Chase Whitley. Surely, the odds would suggest the Blue Jays will nip this Bronx skid in the bud. "Half these guys werent here to lose with us or turn it around," said Janssen. "When we walk in to any place we expect to win. Yankee Stadium is no different." STROMAN BRILLIANT AGAIN There isnt much to be said about Marcus Stroman. His pitching is doing the proverbial talking. The 23-year-old rookie tossed seven scoreless innings of one-hit ball in Thursday afternoons 8-0 win over the Red Sox, a victory which gave Toronto a three-out-of-four series victory. He teased a no-hitter through six complete. At that time, Stroman had thrown 91 pitches. Would manager John Gibbons have allowed Stroman to work into the ninth, likely at 120 pitches or more, had Shane Victorino not led off the seventh with a single? "Youll never know. Youll never know," joked Gibbons. "I think they would have let me go," said Stroman. "Im pretty sure they would have let me go. But, yeah, theyre definitely watching pitches so it becomes tough if I would have got up into the ninth and I would have had 120, 130 pitches, its almost like, what do you do? Im pretty sure they would have let me go. I think they have the confidence in me to let me go now." Its a double-edged sword. "I cant say Im glad he gave up a hit," said Gibbons. "That was going through our minds. This keeps going, you know youve got a young kid, youre trying to win a division, you know, do you keep throwing him out there over and over? I dont know if relief is the right word but (giving up a hit) didnt hurt." Stroman, in 10 big league starts, has a 2.21 ERA. In four of his last five starts, each at least 6 2/3 innings, he has held his opponent scoreless while still in the game. He was charged with two earned runs in a loss to the White Sox on June 28. Those two runs crossed when Dustin McGowan, in relief of Stroman who had left with two runners on, allowed a three-run home run to Chicagos Dayan Viciedo. ' ' '
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