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Carlos Beltran hit his third home run of the series in the fifth inning. The Phillies used a big inning of Friday night to coast to a win. On Saturday, it was the Cardinals doing the same. Backed by a solid pitching performance from Lance Lynn, the Cardinals jumped on...
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