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The Company's shares have advanced 5.20% in the past month, 6.43% in the previous three months, and 7.26% on an YTD basis.

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The Company's shares have advanced 5.20% in the past month, 6.43% in the previous three months, and 7.26% on an YTD basis.

And while their offense still struggled to produce, St. Louis starting pitchers kept the team in games by allowing two runs over 20 innings.Thats where we should be starting this thing every day, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said.

Over the past month the firm's stock is 0.75%, 17.25% for the last quarter, 30.80% for the past six-months and 57.64% for the previous year.

... Cubs LHP Jon Lester (0-0, 1.00 ERA) is scheduled to go on Friday at Cincinnati against Reds RHP Tim Adleman (0-0, 2.25 ERA).

Chaos erupted outside of a Milwaukee courtroom Wednesday morning.Fights broke out after the emotional sentencing of a woman convicted of placing a baby in scalding hot water.People on both sides of this case went after each other shoving, hitting and yelling at one another.The fight started after the judge sentenced Kelly Walton for burning a baby she was taking care of.

He left the game in line for the victory.The Cubs slowly clawed their way back against Milwaukees bullpen, however.

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The architect calls his controversial piece of public art open-ended and optimistic for the future.

It was a night of more awards for Cubs players as 1B Anthony Rizzo and OF Jason Heyward received 2016 Gold Gloves prior to the game.

The Raptors led by one point with 2:46 to play after Antetokounmpo made a layup.Ibaka hit a jumper to put Toronto up by three, and Antetokounmpo made a 3-pointer to tie the game at 100 with two minutes to play."I think the guys fought," Bucks coach Jason Kidd said.

Todays bot report comes courtesy of the editors at Cond Nast Traveler, who, in their urbanist-minded benevolence, have included Milwaukee on their list of 6 U.S. Cities to Watch in 2017.When it comes to American cities, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles dominate the marketand the conversation, begins the piece.

After Toronto's 106-100 win, the Big Diesel doubled down on his statement and said that he doesn't trust Kyle Lowry to string together strong performances in the post-season (around 1:35 mark).Over on ESPN, they've updated their BPI (Basketball Power Index, an algorithm that predicts outcomes) and are favouring the Raptors heavily in this series.Also, because why not, here's Gus Johnson of FOX Sports calling Lowry's game-clinching jumper:

In some, designers have economized on space by sharing the sink between a bathroom and a kitchen, or doubling a bed as a couch.

The wheels came off for Jimmy Nelson as he allowed another two-run homer in the fourth inning, this time to Miguel Montero.

He will now fly home to help plan his sister's funeral.The Los Angeles Clippers and the Utah Jazz are locked at 1-1 after the Clippers won game two 99-91.Blake Griffin led the Clippers with 24 points while DeAndre Jordan posted a double-double.

Miller struck out five and walked two.Padres starter Jarred Cosart (0-1) left after 3 2/3 innings with a strained right hamstring.

The Bucks played good defense but the effort was not there from the Raptors, either."It sounds like a yearly song we sing but we're going to go as (Lowry) and DeMar (DeRozan) go and he's got to be aggressive no matter what the defense is doing," Raptors coach Dwane Casey said."I thought our energy was high on the defensive end, against using our length, trying to make it tough," Bucks coach Jason Kidd said.

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