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Cardinals 4, Padres 3

Cardinals 4, Padres 3

ST. LOUIS — Pinch-hitter Jon Jay delivered a two-run double in the eighth and rightfielder Shane Robinson threw out the potential tying run at the plate in the ninth for the Padres. Jhonny Peralta hit an early two-run homer for the Cardinals, who moved ahead of Pittsburgh into second place in the NL Central. St. Louis remained two games behind division-leading Milwaukee. San Diego had a five-game winning streak snapped.

Cardinals 4, Padres 3 08/14/14 [Last modified: Thursday, August 14, 2014 11:28pm]
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