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  • Associated Press

    Dodgers defeat Twins 8-5 to extend winning streak to 10

    Chris Taylor hit the go-ahead home run in the sixth inning, Joey Gallo added a three-run shot in the seventh and the Los Angeles Dodgers extended their season-high winning streak to 10 games with an 8-5 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday night. It is the first time since July 2017 that the Dodgers have put together a double-digit winning streak. Max Muncy also went deep for Los Angeles, which has the majors' best record at 77-33 and is 16 games in front of second-place San Diego in the NL West.

  • Reuters

    Siemens' writedown pushes company into first loss since 2010

    Siemens reported better-than-expected revenues for its third quarter on Thursday as a writedown at Siemens Energy pushed the engineering and technology group into the red for the first time in nearly 12 years. The maker of industrial software and trains reported revenues rising 11% to 17.87 billion euros ($18.38 billion) - beating analyst forecasts for 17.47 billion euros in a company-gathered consensus. But Siemens posted a shareholders' net loss of 1.66 billion euros after taking a 2.8 billion euro non-cash charge for writing down the value of its stake in Siemens Energy.

  • MLB.com

    Cardinals vs. Rockies Highlights

    Arenado, Pujols, Quintana lead Cardinals to 9-5 win