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Originally published June 25, 2011 at 10:02 PM | Page modified June 25, 2011 at 10:40 PM

Larry Stone's thumbs up, thumbs down

Good times for Brian McCann, not so much for Madison Bumgarner.

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Brad McCann: The former Marlins minor-leaguer gave batting tips to brother Brian that the Braves catcher credits with a power streak of seven homers in 14 games. Brad is now a hitting instructor in Alpharetta, Ga., with their father, Howie.

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Madison Bumgarner, Giants: He became the first starter since 1900 to give up nine hits without getting a second out. The Twins started the game with eight straight hits. Bumgarner's ERA for the game was 216.00 with a 27.00 WHIP.

Ex-Mariner of the week

Miguel Batista: Batista, who won 16 games for the Mariners in 2007, was released by the Cardinals on Tuesday. Batista, now 40, had given up nine runs in his past 2-2/3 innings.


"I wish Mr. Bud Selig would put us in the National League. I'd have a much better record." — Ozzie Guillen, whose White Sox had won 17 consecutive interleague series entering the weekend.

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