RECORD
83-46 1st
HITTING
.253 7th
PITCHING
2.65 1st
FIELDING
.984 10th
HR Matt Carpenter 19
RBI Matt Carpenter 67
R Matt Carpenter 75
BA Jason Heyward .286
SB Jason Heyward 20
W Michael Wacha 15
ERA Trevor Rosenthal 1.52
K Carlos Martinez 156
SV Trevor Rosenthal 41
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TODAYS GAME PREVIOUS GAME (8/29)
SF,  3:05   FS-M
Garcia @ Heston
FINAL R H E
STL 6 13 0
SF 0 7 0
W: Lynn L: Vogelsong
MON:
WAS, 7:15  FS-M - Gonzalez @ Lackey
TUE:
WAS, 7:15  FS-M - Ross @ Martinez
WED:
WAS, 7:00  FS-M - Scherzer @ Wacha
FRI:
PIT, 7:15  FS-M - Happ @ Lynn
SAT:
PIT, 3:05  FS-M/FS1 - Morton @ Garcia
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MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
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SD
W 10-3
24
AZ
W 5-3
25
AZ
W 9-1
26
AZ
W 3-1
27
AZ
W 5-3
28
SF
L 4-5
29
SF
W 6-0
30
SF
3:05
31
WAS
7:15
1
WAS
7:15
2
WAS
7:00
3
4
PIT
7:15
5
PIT
3:05
6
PIT
7:00
7
CHI
1:15
8
CHI
7:15
9
CHI
12:45
10
CIN
6:10
11
CIN
6:10
12
CIN
12:05
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Cards support strong Lynn in win over Giants
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(MLB.com) Yadier Molina hit a two-run single in the fifth inning and Lance Lynn cruised through seven-plus shutout innings as the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the San Francisco Giants, 6-0, on Saturday afternoon at AT&T Park.

The outcome helped St. Louis extend its division lead to four games (pending Saturday night's Pirates vs. Rockies result) and pushed San Francisco to three games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers (pending the outcome of the Dodgers vs. Cubs game later Saturday).

Giants starter Ryan Vogelsong was chased from the game in the fifth after allowing an RBI single to Matt Carpenter. The right-hander lasted 4 2/3 innings, allowing four runs on seven hits while striking out three.

Lynn entered Saturday 0-5 with a 5.50 ERA in seven career starts vs. the Giants (including postseason), but picked up his first win against San Francisco. Lynn kept the Giants' lineup at bay until he departed the game in the eighth inning with a mild ankle sprain. He allowed ...     [ More ]
Cardinals Injury Report
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Matt Belisle - Right elbow inflammation RETURN: POSSIBLY EARLY SEPTEMBER
Belisle, who has been doing some throwing and was with the club in San Diego, likewise is expected to join the roster in September. "He felt good out ... -- STLToday.com
Jon Jay ()
Jon Jay - Left wrist stress reaction RETURN: POSSIBLY EARLY SEPTEMBER
Center fielder Jon Jay began taking batting practice outside this week but will have to have a second rehabilitation assignment for his injured left ... -- STLToday.com
Matt Holliday ()
Matt Holliday - Grade 2 right quad strain RETURN: POSSIBLY MID-SEPTEMBER
Matt Holliday, was placed on the 15-day disabled list for the second time this season with a right quadriceps strain suffered when he was running ... -- STLToday.com
Matt Adams ()
Matt Adams - Recovering from May 2015 right quad surgery RETURN: POSSIBLY EARLY SEPTEMBER
Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said Monday night he hoped injured first baseman Matt Adams would be playing for the Cardinals as early as next ... -- STLToday.com
Randal Grichuk ()
Randal Grichuk - Right elbow strain RETURN: POSSIBLY EARLY SEPTEMBER
Starting Wednesday, Randal Grichuk (lower back strain) will attempt to play consecutive days at extended spring training in Jupiter, Fla. The teams ... -- STLToday.com
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Lynn sprains ankle in eighth inning vs. Giants
(MLB.com) A mild right ankle sprain kept Lance Lynn from pursuing his first shutout of the season in the Cardinals' 6-0 victory over the Giants at AT&T Park on Saturday. Now, they will hold their breath that the injury doesn't keep him from much more.

Lynn went down after fielding a ground ball to his right, spinning and trying to throw out pinch-hitter Juan Perez at first to open the eighth inning. Perez reached safely, and Lynn remained on the grass for some time while manager Mike Matheny ...    [ More ]
Cardinals fall to Giants on walk-off hit
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(MLB.com) Kelby Tomlinson hit a walk-off single in the ninth inning and Marlon Byrd smacked a grand slam in the third to power the San Francisco Giants to a 5-4 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday night at AT&T Park.

Mike Leake, who entered Friday 4-0 with a 0.87 ERA in four starts on the shores of McCovey Cove, surrendered four runs in 6 1/3 innings on six hits and a walk while striking out four.

Michael Wacha was denied his 16th win of the season despite tossing six ...    [ More ]
Holliday to be re-evaluated this weekend
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(STLToday.com)  Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak, reviewing recent medical news, confirmed that outfielder Jon Jay (sore left wrist) would report on Friday to Reno, Nev., where Class AAA Memphis is playing. But Jay might not necessarily start playing games Friday, depending on how he felt Thursday following three days of batting practice here at Chase Field.

First baseman Matt Adams (right quadriceps surgery) has been rehabbing in Jupiter, Fla., for a week although not yet ready for rehab ...    [ More ]
Unusual suspects lead Cards' 5th straight win
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(MLB.com) The Cardinals completed a season sweep of the D-backs on Thursday night with a 5-3 victory punctuated by home runs from backup catcher Tony Cruz and fill-in outfielder Brandon Moss.

After sweeping a three-game home series against the D-backs in May, the Cardinals interrupted Arizona's attempt to keep climbing up the National League West standings by winning four straight at Chase Field. In doing so, the Cardinals, who have won five in a row on this road trip, maintained their 4 ...    [ More ]

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Jay set to rehab at Triple-A this weekend
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(MLB.com) Of the Cardinals' seven players rehabbing an injury, outfielder Jon Jay will be the first to begin a rehab assignment with one of the organization's Minor League affiliates.

Jay, who has missed the team's last 51 games while strengthening his left wrist, is scheduled to meet up with the Triple-A Memphis club on Friday as it continues a road series in Reno, Nev. The Cardinals have not determined whether Jay will be in Friday's lineup or wait until the weekend to play. The team has ...    [ More ]
Rosenthal to miss Cards' trip to San Francisco
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(MLB.com) The Cardinals will be without their All-Star closer for the final leg of this three-city road trip, as Trevor Rosenthal has a flight booked back to St. Louis on Friday to attend the birth of his second daughter.

Rosenthal said his wife, Lindsey, is scheduled to be induced into labor on Friday, shortly after her husband's flight from Phoenix is supposed to land. Rosenthal will remain with his family while the club is in San Francisco this weekend, then he'll rejoin the team for the ...    [ More ]
Cards race past D-backs 9-1
AP
(STLToday.com)  From the very beginning, the Cardinals had the Arizona Diamondbacks on their heels. The Cardinals aren't the fastest base running team by any means but they were keenly aggressive Tuesday night at Chase Field. 

In the first inning, Matt Carpenter boldly went from first to third on Tommy Pham's single to right. Rookie Yasmany Tomas' throw was off line, Carpenter was safe  and Pham wound up at second. That led to four early runs.

In the fourth, Carpenter went from first to ...    [ More ]
Cards rally to halt D-backs' winning streak
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(MLB.com) A three-run seventh inning, highlighted by run-scoring hits from Tommy Pham and Yadier Molina, helped the Cardinals to a 5-3 win as they opened a four-game series against the D-backs on Monday night at Chase Field.

The victory ensured St. Louis would maintain its 3 1/2-game lead in the National League Central over the surging Pirates, winners in eight of their last 10 games. Arizona's rapid climb up the NL West standings hit a halt as the team's four-game winning streak was snapped. ...    [ More ]
Cards start fast to help Wacha win No. 15
(MLB.com) Michael Wacha allowed one run in six innings Sunday and Stephen Piscotty hit two home runs and knocked in five runs as the Cardinals snapped the Padres' five-game winning streak with a 10-3 victory at Petco Park.

Wacha, now tied for the Major League lead with 15 victories, yielded five hits, walked two and struck out three. Piscotty had a two-run triple as part of a four-run first inning, had a solo home run in the seventh inning and a two-run home run in the ninth inning.

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Cards' loss hinges on fateful 7th vs. Padres
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(MLB.com) Stellar work by the Padres' bullpen in the top of the 7th, and a seven-run outburst by San Diego's bats in the bottom of the inning, helped the Padres defeat the Cardinals, 8-0, on Saturday night at Petco Park, inching one game closer to a sweep of St. Louis.

Padres starter Ian Kennedy, who entered the game with a 2.63 ERA since the All-Star break, allowed no runs and seven hits while striking out a season-high 10 batters in six-plus innings.

Kennedy escapes a jam STL@SD: ...    [ More ]
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