RECORD
54-28 1st
HITTING
.260 4th
PITCHING
2.59 1st
FIELDING
.985 6th
HR Jhonny Peralta 11
RBI Jhonny Peralta 42
R Matt Carpenter 45
BA Jhonny Peralta .297
SB Jason Heyward 8
W Michael Wacha 10
ERA Trevor Rosenthal 0.70
K Carlos Martinez 105
SV Trevor Rosenthal 24
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TODAYS GAME PREVIOUS GAME (7/05)
FINAL R H E
STL 6 6 0
CHI 0 6 1
W: Lackey L: Lester
FINAL R H E
STL 3 7 1
SD 1 3 0
W: Lynn L: Kennedy
TUE:
CHI, 7:05  FS-M - Cooney @ TBA
WED:
CHI, 7:00  FS-M - Wacha @ Hammel
THU:
PIT, 6:05  FS-M - Martinez @ Locke
FRI:
PIT, 6:05  FS-M - Lynn @ Cole
SAT:
PIT, 6:15  FOX - Lackey @ Burnett
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SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
28
CHI
W 4-1
29
30
CHW
L 1-2
1
CHW
L 1-7
2
SD
L 3-5
3
SD
L 1-2
4
SD
W 2-1
5
SD
W 3-1
6
CHI
W 6-0
7
CHI
7:05
8
CHI
7:00
9
PIT
6:05
10
PIT
6:05
11
PIT
6:15
12
PIT
7:00
13
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15
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17
NYM
7:15
18
NYM
6:15
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With Martinez in 'final vote,' Cards could have six All-Stars
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(STLToday.com) The Cardinals could send as many as six players to the All-Star Game next week depending on the outcome of the final vote of fans, which will determine who gets the final spot on the National League roster.

First-year starter Carlos Martinez is one of five players on the ballot.

The others include Johnny Cueto, Clayton Kershaw, and Troy Tulowitzki. So it's a stacked ballot. The Cardinals have offered to unite with Kansas City in a Show-Me showoff of sorts -- where the Cardinals will promote the Royals' final vote candidate, Mike Moustakas, and the Royals will rally their voters to support Martinez.

Martinez said he expects his native Dominican Republic to help him.

The Cardinals had three other players selected to the All-Star Game on Monday, bringing their total of guaranteed participants to five. Announced today were pitchers Trevor Rosenthal and Michael Wacha and catcher Yadier Molina. Rosenthal and Molina won the player vote at their ...     [ More ]
Cardinals Injury Report
Jaime Garcia ()
Jaime Garcia - Left groin strain RETURN: POSSIBLY LATE JULY
Lefthander Jaime Garcia, making his first start on the 30-day medical rehabilitation program for the Cardinals on Sunday, struck out three New ... --
Jordan Walden ()
Jordan Walden - Right biceps discomfort RETURN: POSSIBLY AFTER ALL-STAR BREAK
Diagnosed with a right shoulder strain on Wednesday, right-hander Jordan Walden will be shut down for the next 6 to 10 weeks and unavailable to the ... -- MLB.com
Matt Holliday ()
Matt Holliday - Right quad strain RETURN: POSSIBLY EARLY JULY
The Cardinals placed Matt Holliday on the 15-day disabled list, but before they make a move to fortify the bench or add an option for the lineup, ... --
Jon Jay ()
Jon Jay - Left wrist discomfort RETURN: TBD
Due to continued discomfort around his left wrist, Cardinals outfielder Jon Jay was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Thursday with what the club ... -- MLB.com
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Holliday aims to play in All-Star Game
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(STLToday.com) For Jhonny Peralta, it was redemption. For Matt Holliday, it was validation.

Both Cardinals were voted All-Star Game starters for the first time by the fans, as the starters for the July 14 game in Cincinnati were announced Sunday.

And Holliday -- who has been out nearly a month -- said he intends to play in the contest after returning to the Cardinals' lineup soon, probably for the series at the end of this week in Pittsburgh.

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Peralta, Holliday named All-Star starters
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(MLB.com) After combining to make eight previous All-Star appearances as player or manager selectees, outfielder Matt Holliday and shortstop Jhonny Peralta learned on Sunday that they will represent the Cardinals in the July 14 Midsummer Classic as fan-elected starters for the first times in their respective careers.

Manager Mike Matheny informed both players before Sunday's 2-1 win that, after weeks of online fan voting, both earned starting assignments for the National League squad. The ...    [ More ]
Lynn and Pham lead Cardinals over Padres
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(MLB.com) Behind the bats of their starting pitcher and most recent callup, the Cardinals salvaged a series split with a 3-1 victory over the Padres at Busch Stadium on Sunday. Offense was at a premium throughout the four-game series, as the two teams combined for just 18 runs.

San Diego struck first with a Matt Kemp RBI single in the third to score Yangervis Solarte, who had advanced into scoring position on Lance Lynn's errant pickoff move. But Lynn, who went on to finish seven three-hit ...    [ More ]

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Cardinals place Garcia on 15-day DL
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(MLB.com) Cardinals lefty Jaime Garcia has been scratched from his scheduled start on Tuesday and placed on the 15-day disabled list after feeling renewed discomfort around his left groin following a bullpen session on Saturday.

The change in plans means the Cardinals will now send a pair of young lefties Tyler Lyons and Tim Cooney to the mound in Tuesday's doubleheader against the Cubs. Manager Mike Matheny said that he has not yet determined the order in which the two will pitch in the ...    [ More ]

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Matheny's shakeup pays off with Pham at top
AP
(MLB.com) Not keen on a top-to-bottom shakeup of his batting order amid his club's offensive funk, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny started with a tweak. For the first time in Kolten Wong's last 37 starts, the second baseman was pulled from the leadoff spot and slotted into the sixth hole, a place where Matheny hoped Wong could see more run-producing opportunities.

There would be no subsequent spark to the middle of the lineup, but the residual effect of the move paid off in a grand way. ...    [ More ]
Cards recall Harris for Saturday's game
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(STLToday.com) The Cardinals announced they have recalled right-handed reliever Mitch Harris for Saturday's Fourth of July game against the San Diego Padres.

Harris, a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, appeared in 16 games with the Cardinals this season. His earned run average stood at 3.63 in 17 1/3 innings pitched. He was optioned to Class AAA Memphis two weeks ago when the Cardinals called up Xavier Scruggs and infielder Greg Garcia.

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Cards struggling to cash in on chances
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(MLB.com) Trading two outs for a run is hardly a feat worth celebrating, but if you were looking for offensive highlights from the Cardinals' 2-1 loss to the Padres at Busch Stadium on Friday night, that was the most appealing option.

Xavier Scruggs grounded into a double play that sent home Jason Heyward in the fifth inning, and that was the only offense St. Louis could muster in its fourth straight loss.

"It's a shame we're kind of at that point where we have bases loaded, nobody ...    [ More ]
Venable's homer in 11th gives Padres 5-3 win over Cards
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The San Diego Padres defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 5-3 on Thursday night thanks to pinch hitter Will Venable's two-run home run in the top of the 11th.

With two outs in the inning, Clint Barmes notched a ground rule double. It was originally ruled foul, but the Padres challenged the play. It was overturned and revealed to be fair after review.

Venable, pinch hitting for San Diego ...    [ More ]

Ailing left wrist forces Jay to disabled list
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(MLB.com) Due to continued discomfort around his left wrist, Cardinals outfielder Jon Jay was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Thursday with what the club defined as a left wrist stress reaction and bone bruise.

Jay was out of the lineup for a second straight game on Wednesday and did not take batting practice before the game. He was to meet with the training staff later in the night to discuss the next step.

Ultimately, it was decided that Jay needed to unplug for at least two ...    [ More ]
Cardinals fire scouting director
AP
(STLToday.com) ?The St. Louis Cardinals have terminated the services of their scouting director, Chris Correa, after an "imposed leave of absence," a lawyer for Cardinals executives said Thursday.

James G. Martin, lawyer for chairman Bill DeWitt Jr. and general manager John Mozeliak, declined to comment on the reasons for his separation or any details of an investigation into the hacking of a Houston Astros database.

Martin said that the Cardinals were continuing to investigate. He ...    [ More ]
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