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Patrick Corbin's control was spotty at best on Wednesday, the left-hander walking five in 5.2 innings of work.

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Corbin Unsteady, Wainwright Clutch in Cards' Win

Patrick Corbin was not his usual self. The left-hander surrendered five walks in only 5.2 innings and was undone by a bases-loaded triple to his opposing counterpart, Adam Wainwright.

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