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    Knebel gets 12th save of the year

    MILWAUKEE (AP) Corey Knebel broke Arodlis Chapman's modern-era record for most consecutive games by a reliever with a strikeout at a season's start, fanning a batter for the 38th straight game and closing out the Milwaukee Brewers' 4-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Thursday.
    Knebel struck out Josh Bell on a foul tip leading off the ninth.
    The 25-year-old right-hander retired Elias Diaz and Andrew McCutchen on popouts, finishing a four-hitter for his 12th save in 15 chances.
    Chapman had set the mark since 1900 as part of a streak of 49 games for Cincinnati that began in August 2013 and ended the following August.
    Travis Shaw drove in three runs with a homer and two doubles, and he came within inches of a second home run.
    Chase Anderson (6-2) allowed two runs and two hits in six innings.

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    Bronson Koenig making his case to NBA GMs

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    Thibodeau reunited with his all-star SG

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    Thursday, 22 June 2017 11:13

    Late Santana homer lifts Brewers over Pirates

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    So many other players did, including two big (man) trades

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