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Rockies use long ball to stop Padres

Jordan Lyles was perfect through four innings Friday at Petco Park. Considering it was his fourth start of the season, and given how the first three had gone, it was an unexpected development.

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Ron Cook: Pirates' Harrison valuable on and off the field

I love watching Josh Harrison play baseball. His energy and enthusiasm are a joy to see. I hate to pat any pro athlete on the back for playing hard because that's what they're paid well to do, but Harrison takes it to another level. Clint Hurdle frequently has called him a spark for the Pirates. It's no coincidence the team's awful September collapse started about the time he went out with a broken left hand after being hit by a pitch.

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