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Troy E. Renck of the Denver Post writes that the Rockies stunned the Cardinals with a nine-run, ninth-inning, walk-off rally.

The Post's Dave Krieger writes that the Rockies reward those of blind faith.

Dan Martin of the New York Post writes that Johan Santana pitched a three-hit shutout and homered as the Mets blanked the Reds.

The Post's George A. King III writes that Alex Rodriguez's two home runs, including a grand slam, helped CC Sabathia win again as the Yankees beat the Athletics.

Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune writes that Jake Peavy left in the second inning with a strained muscle near his armpit in the White Sox's victory over the Angels.

Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe writes that it was no gain, just pain for the Red Sox as they lost to the Rays and had Kevin Youkilis leave the game with an ankle injury.

Joe Henderson of the Tampa Tribune writes that owner Stuart Sternberg has given the Rays the green light to make a trade and they should go for it.

Lynn Henning of the Detroit News writes that the Tigers are expected to make a deal before the July 31 non-waiver trading deadline.

John Smallwood of the Philadelphia Daily News writes that panic is not the answer for Ruben Amaro Jr. and the Phillies.

Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News writes that the Rangers' victory over the Indians was overshadowed by a fan's fall.

Tim Sullivan of the San Diego Union-Tribune writes that the All-Star voting alliance between the Red Sox and Reds cheapens the Midsummer Classic.

Bill Plaschke of the Los Angeles Times writes that baseball needs to let all of its stars to come out and play at the All-Star Game.

Michael Hunt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writes that the Brewers don't have the pieces to be a contender.