RECORD
12-11 2nd
HITTING
.246 9th
PITCHING
3.99 8th
FIELDING
.974 15th
HR Aledmys Diaz 4
RBI Randal Grichuk 12
R Dexter Fowler 16
BA Yadier Molina .284
SB Aledmys Diaz 3
W Mike Leake 3
ERA Mike Leake 1.32
K Carlos Martinez 39
SV Seung Hwan Oh 6
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TODAYS GAME PREVIOUS GAME (4/28)
CIN,  1:15   FS
Arroyo @ Leake
FINAL R H E
STL 7 11 0
CIN 5 10 1
W: Lynn L: Adleman
SUN:
CIN, 1:15  FS - Garrett @ Wacha
MON:
MIL, 7:15  Not Televised - Davies @ Lyons
TUE:
MIL, 7:15  Not Televised - Peralta @ Martinez
WED:
MIL, 7:15  Not Televised - Anderson @ Wainwright
THU:
MIL, 12:45  Not Televised - Nelson @ Lynn
Calendar   
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
23
MIL
W 6-4
24
25
TOR
L 5-6
F/11
26
PPD
27
TOR
W 8-4
W 6-4
28
CIN
W 7-5
29
CIN
1:15
30
CIN
1:15
1
MIL
7:15
2
MIL
7:15
3
MIL
7:15
4
MIL
12:45
5
ATL
6:35
6
ATL
6:10
7
ATL
12:35
8
MIA
6:10
9
MIA
6:10
10
MIA
6:00
11
12
CHI
7:15
13
CHI
3:05
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Reds-Cards postponed; makeup date TBD
AP
(MLB.com) The St. Louis Cardinals announced that their game against the Cincinnati Reds scheduled for 1:15 p.m. today has been postponed due to severe weather. 

The two teams will make up today's scheduled game at a date and time yet to be determined. Fans holding tickets to today's game should use those same tickets for admittance to the newly rescheduled make-up game.  

The Carlos Martinez and Matt Carpenter Double Bobblehead sponsored by SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital will be distributed prior to the rescheduled make-up game.   Fans holding tickets to the official pre-game party at Cardinals Nation will be able to use those ...     [ More ]
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Cardinals hold on for 7-5 win over Reds
(STLToday.com) Dexter Fowler and Jedd Gyorko homered to back starting pitcher Lance Lynn, who allowed one run in six innings, and the Cardinals opened a three-game series against Cincinnati with a 7-5 win at Busch Stadium on Friday night.

The win was the ninth in the last 11 games and moved the Cardinals within a half game of first-place in the Central Division. At 12-11, the Cardinals are above .500 for the first time since winning their season opener.

Fowler's two-run homer in the ...    [ More ]
McGwire highlights Cards' 2017 HOF class
AP
(MLB.com) One of the franchise's all-time great sluggers and two of its most accomplished World Series performers will be inducted into the Cardinals' Hall of Fame this year, the organization announced Friday.

Mark McGwire and Tim McCarver were chosen for induction by fans from a ballot of seven modern-day candidates who played at least three years for the Cardinals and have been retired for fewer than 40 years. Joining them as part of the 2017 Hall of Fame Class will be Pepper Martin, ...    [ More ]
Adams leads Cards to doubleheader sweep
(MLB.com) After stunning the Blue Jays with eight late-inning runs to steal a victory in the first game of Thursday's doubleheader, the Cardinals' offense continued rolling early in the nightcap to build a lead Toronto couldn't fully chip away. St. Louis completed the doubleheader sweep with a 6-4 win to pull back to .500.

The Cardinals pounced on rookie Casey Lawrence to build a five-run lead through four innings. Dexter Fowler opened the first with a leadoff single and came around to score ...    [ More ]
Carp's walk-off slam caps Cards' wild rebound
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(MLB.com) With his first career grand slam on Thursday afternoon, Matt Carpenter completed an 11-inning, 8-4 come-from-behind win in which the Cardinals scored all of their runs off the Blue Jays' bullpen. The victory, which evened this Interleague set at a game apiece, came in the first game of a split doubleheader at Busch Stadium.

Two innings after Randal Grichuk's home run pushed the game into extras, Kolten Wong sparked the game-winning rally with a leadoff triple off reliever Ryan ...    [ More ]
Wednesday's Blue Jays-Cards game postponed
AP
(MLB.com) With severe weather expected in the St. Louis area throughout the evening, the Cardinals decided to make an early call to postpone Wednesday's scheduled 7:15 p.m. CT game against the Blue Jays.

Because Toronto does not return to Busch Stadium this year, the postponed contest will be made up as part of a split doubleheader on Thursday. The two teams will play their originally scheduled 12:45 p.m. CT game before taking the field again at 6:15 p.m. Tickets to Wednesday's rainout can be ...    [ More ]
Poor defense continues to cost Cardinals
(MLB.com) The look the Cardinals sought to leave behind in 2016 has instead trailed them into this season, as they continue to get hurt by poor fundamental play and a lack of execution.

The same sort of sloppy defense that hampered the club last year has shown up again, with Tuesday's 6-5, 11-inning loss to the Blue Jays serving as one of the most glaring episodes yet. The Cardinals committed a season-high four errors, including two that led to unearned runs.

"We still have a long ...    [ More ]
Leake does it all in win for Cardinals
(MLB.com) Mike Leake grabbed a bat and did his best Adam Wainwright impersonation, while Jimmy Nelson remained oh-for-St. Louis.

Leake, who entered the day as the National League's ERA leader, surrendered multiple runs for the first time this season, but made up for it by hitting a go-ahead, two-run single in the fourth, capping a three-run Cardinals rally in their 6-4 win over Nelson and the Brewers at Miller Park on Sunday. The Brewers mounted a valiant effort in the bottom of the ninth but ...    [ More ]
Diaz's homer looms large as Cards edge Crew
(MLB.com) A banged-up Aledmys Diaz did not start for the Cardinals on Saturday, but he made his presence felt with one big swing off the bench.

Diaz, sitting out the start after he tweaked his back and shoulder the night before, delivered a pinch-hit, tie-breaking home run in the seventh inning, and the Cardinals held off a Brewers rally in the eighth on the way to a 4-1 win over Milwaukee at Miller Park.

Diaz's shot off Brewers reliever Carlos Torres and Cardinals reliever Brett ...    [ More ]
Wainwright does it all in win over Brewers
(MLB.com) Here's one way for the Cardinals' Adam Wainwright to get back on track: start mashing.

Struggling on the mound to start this season, Wainwright took matters into his own hands at the plate on Friday by driving in four runs including a go-ahead, two-run homer in the Cardinals' 6-3 win over the Brewers at Miller Park.

Wainwright still has not thrown a pitch in the sixth inning, but Friday's result was much more palatable. In five innings, he limited the Brewers to two runs ...    [ More ]
Carpenter, Gyorko homer in loss to Brewers
(MLB.com) Move over, Harvey's Wallbangers. Milwaukee has a new slugging crew.

The Brewers padded their Major League-leading home run tally by launching three more on Thursday, when Travis Shaw, Eric Thames and Jett Bandy each went deep with runners on base to account for all of Milwaukee's runs in a 7-5 win over the Cardinals at Miller Park.

"I was joking about us being the new Wallbangers," said Thames, MLB's early leader with eight home runs. "This team can hit, man."

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