Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne feels like he's finally back. It took Etienne getting leveled during a live tackling drill in training camp for him to feel like he's completed his return from a foot injury that ended his rookie year last August. Safety Andre Cisco dropped Etienne on the opening play of a lengthy stretch of live reps. Etienne easily could have stepped out of bounds. But the second-year pro wanted — and maybe needed the contact. He insists he enjoyed it. It had been a long time in the making.
Arenado, DeJong homered and drove in four runs each as the Cardinals swept the Yankees in a three-game series for the first time in history and ran their winning streak to seven.
Mikolas and Wainwright are lined up to face Brewers next weekend in a showdown at the top of the NL Central.
Home runs from Nolan Arenado and Paul DeJong led the Cardinals to beat the New York Yankees 12-9 at Busch Stadium to complete the Cards first three-game sweep of the Yankees. Photos by Laurie Skrivan, email@example.com