Cubs outfielder Jim Edmonds has gotten past the drama of being traded from the Cardinals in the offseason. Or maybe not. After refusing to discuss his former manager, Tony La Russa, with the media, Edmonds proceeded to go two for four, both hits going yard in a 3-2 win over his ex-team. The game stretched to a tedious eleven innings with Cubs reliever Bob Howry getting the win. The loss was handed to the Cardinals Ryan Franklin with a bases loaded single by Henry Blanco to bring in the winning run. If La Russa shared Edmonds' memory loss before the game, you can be sure he remembers him now. The Cubs maintain an easy lead in the National League as the Cardinals sit seven games behind in the NL Central. The series continues this afternoon with Wellemeyer and Zambrano facing off on the mound. If anyone needs Will, he'll be at the bar drunk on wine coolers and crying in the fetal position. • CC Sabathia pitched another complete game, his fourth since being traded to Milwaukee. Sabathia, who is unbeaten in seven starts with his new team, tossed a shutout in the Brewers 5-0 trouncing of the Nationals. Prince Fielder extended his hitting streak to eleven games with a single in the first inning and both Mike Cameron and J.J. Hardy went long for a combined three runs. The Brewers are chasing the Cubs in the NL Central while the Nationals are chasing their tails. • Toriiiii Hunter and the Angels handed the Yankees a pounding in their 10-5 victory over New York. Hunter went 4 for 5, with a double and a home run in a big "Welcome Back" for the Yanks pitcher Ian Kennedy. Kennedy, who made it to the third inning before getting pulled from the mound, rejoined the team after Joba Chamberlain's trip to the DL. The Angels remain the best team in baseball while the Yankees remain screwed.