RECORD
30-27
HITTING
.243 10th
PITCHING
4.15 4th
FIELDING
.987 2nd
HR Marcell Ozuna 20
RBI Marcell Ozuna 62
R Marcell Ozuna 52
BA Jose Martinez .291
SB Kolten Wong 13
W John Gant 7
ERA John Gant 2.40
K Jack Flaherty 89
SV Jordan Hicks 14
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TODAYS GAME PREVIOUS GAME (6/02 )
Off Day
FINAL R H E
STL 2 4 0
CHI 1 3 1
W: Wainwright L: Hamels
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MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
16
NYM
11:10
17
FLA
6:15
18
FLA
6:15
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FLA
6:15
20
FLA
5:15
21
LAA
6:00
22
LAA
12:15
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LAA
5:00
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25
OAK
6:15
26
OAK
5:15
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28
SD
8:10
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SD
8:10
30
SD
2:10
1
2
SEA
8:10
3
SEA
8:10
4
SEA
2:10
5
SF
8:15
6
SF
8:05
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Four homers send Cardinals home with one win in Philly, one day closer to June
(STLToday.com) PHILADELPHIA -- The Cardinals sported a new look to the lineup order, one prompted by the reek of Wednesday's loss, and some new faces around the field. But when it came to salvaging a series at Citizens Bank Park, they went decidedly traditional.

They got a strong start and muscled a few homers over the wall and then skedaddled for St. Louis and a weekend date with the rival Cubs.

Matt Wieters hit one of the Cardinals' four home runs and boosted Dakota Hudson & Co. to a 5-3 victory against the Phillies. Wieters had two hits and scored two runs, and then he piloted the bullpen through some turbulence in the later innings. The Phillies got the tying run on base in the eighth inning, and reliever John Gant had to negotiate around that mess for three outs. A strikeout of Scott Kingery for the second out proved to be the escape hatch Gant and Wieters needed to avoid the blown save.

The win gave the Cardinals (27-28 overall, 8-18 this month) one last chance ...     [ More ]
Cardinals Injury Report
Jordan Hicks ()
Jordan Hicks - Right triceps tendinitis RETURN: ANY DAY
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Exited game early June 22; tests showed no structural damage, expected to be shut down for a few days per June 23 update. --
Jedd Gyorko ()
Jedd Gyorko - Left calf strain RETURN: TBD
updated
Placed on 10-day injured list June 8; expected to resume baseball activities in three weeks as of June 22 update; scheduled for arthroscopic surgery on right wrist June 24. --
Mike Mayers ()
Mike Mayers - Right lat strain RETURN: JULY
updated
Placed on 10-day injured list April 16; transferred to 60-day injured list June 17; threw bullpen June 17, 20; expected to throw live BP or sim game June 23. --
Ryan Helsley ()
Ryan Helsley - Right shoulder impingement RETURN: TBD
updated
Placed on 10-day injured list June 13; threw bullpen June 20; expected to throw live BP or sim game June 23. --
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Cards click early, unravel late in Bucs finale
AP
(MLB.com) ST. LOUIS -- The Cardinals' offense rebounded, the defense shined and starter Dakota Hudson settled in after a rocky first inning.


Most of the ingredients were there to send many of the 48,555 fans -- the largest crowd in Busch Stadium III history -- home happy on Mother's Day. But the bullpen's help was missing.


The Pirates batted around relievers Tyler Webb and John Brebbia for five runs in the seventh inning to ...    [ More ]
Pirates score late run to beat Cardinals 2-1
AP
(STLToday.com) Starling Marte singled to score Cole Tucker in the eighth inning and the Pirates went on to post a 2-1 win over the Cardinals on Friday night at Busch Stadium.

Pittsburgh had three hits in the inning against Andrew Miller (1-2) after Adam Wainwright allowed one run with eight strikeouts in seven innings of work.

The Cardinals got Wainwright off the hook by scoring a run in the seventh. He had a strong outing after allowing a leadoff home run by Adam Frazier and retired the ...    [ More ]
Cards' bats held quiet in opener with Cubs
(MLB.com) CHICAGO -- After touring the rest of the National League Central in April, the Cardinals received their first in-person glimpse of their final division foe at Wrigley Field on Friday. What they saw shouldn't have caught anyone off-guard.


In a division likely to be among the most competitive in baseball this season, the Cubs project, once again, to be a formidable contender.


The first of 19 season meetings between ...    [ More ]
Cards' miscues hand Hudson hard-luck loss
AP
(MLB.com) WASHINGTON -- Even after failing to complete a four-game sweep Thursday, the Cardinals head into a big series in Chicago with their rotation rolling.


Dakota Hudson deserved better than a 2-1 loss to the Nationals in the series finale after allowing just two runs -- one earned -- in six innings of work for St. Louis. He took the hard-luck loss to Stephen Strasburg, who allowed only a run and fanned nine over 6 2/3 innings.


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Bader shines with bat and glove in Cards' win
(MLB.com) WASHINGTON -- For three innings on Monday night, the Cardinals couldn't scratch out a single hit off Nationals lefty Patrick Corbin. By the end of the fifth, they had chased him with a six-run frame.


Marcell Ozuna's two-run single gave his team the lead, Yadier Molina extended his hitting streak to 16 games with another RBI single, and by the time the smoke cleared, the Cardinals were well on their way to a 6-3 victory over the Nationals in Monday's ...    [ More ]
Waino becomes 5th Cardinal to 150 wins 
(MLB.com) ST. LOUIS - There were a pair of laundry carts ready for Adam Wainwright and batterymate Yadier Molina as the Cardinals filed into the clubhouse after Wednesday's 5-2 victory over the Brewers. That's because there was more than a series sweep to celebrate.


In holding the Brewers to one run over six innings, Wainwright became the fifth pitcher in franchise history to achieve 150 career wins as a Cardinal. His teammates celebrated by spinning Wainwright ...    [ More ]
Cardinals sweep Brewers as Wainwright posts milestone victory
(STLToday.com) After allowing three hits, including a home run, to the first four Milwaukee batters he faced, Cardinals righthander Adam Wainwright then allowed only one more hit and a walk as he worked six strong innings Wednesday at Busch Stadium.

Meanwhile, Milwaukee starter Jhoulys Chacin held the Cardinals hitless for the first three innings but then was tagged for five hits and four runs in the fourth, including a three-run homer by Marcell Ozuna and a solo shot by Yadier Molina.

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Cards notebook: Ponce de Leon goes tonight, Wacha expected back for next Tuesday's start
(STLToday.com) Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha was placed on the 10-day injured list Monday because of a left knee patellar tendinitis condition surfacing from a between-starts workout. But manager Mike Shildt said that with an off day, Wacha, who is 1-0 this year and 6-0 in his career against the Milwaukee Brewers, whom he would have faced Monday night, should be able to pitch when his 10 days have elapsed.

With his injury list time being backdated to April 19 and an off day coming Thursday, Wacha ...    [ More ]
Fowler's 1st HR, 4 hits key rout of Brewers
(MLB.com) ST. LOUIS -- Cardinals outfielder Dexter Fowler entered Spring Training with a new outlook and a healthy body. And now he's getting new results.


On Monday, Fowler continued to rebound from the worst season of his professional career, bashing his first home run of the season as part of a four-hit night to help power the Cardinals to a 13-5 win over the Brewers in the first of a three-game series at Busch Stadium.


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Wacha (knee) hits IL; Drew Robinson recalled
(MLB.com) The St. Louis Cardinals announced prior to Monday's series opener with Milwaukee that they have placed right-handed pitcher Michael Wacha (left knee patellar tendinitis) on the 10-day Injured List, retroactive to April 19, and recalled infielder/outfielder Drew Robinson from Memphis (AAA).


Wacha, who was 1-0 with a 4.64 ERA in his first four starts this season, including a 6-3 win over the Brewers in his start last Wednesday (April 17), is leading the ...    [ More ]
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