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Waino stymies Nationals with two-hit shutout
AP
(MLB.com) The way Adam Wainwright was carving up the Nationals' offense on Thursday, he'd require only minimal assistance to ensure the Cardinals a win in the opener of a four-game series at Nationals Park.

Turns out, the Nationals' infield defense would be more than generous in giving him a hand.

St. Louis jumped on Washington starter Taylor Jordan, who had no shot at dueling with Wainwright as his defense struggled behind him. Four errors and other plays not made compounded innings for the Nationals and became opportunities seized by the Cardinals, who cruised to an 8-0 win in front 28,987 fans.

Wainwright was brilliant in the win, allowing two hits in his first complete game of the season. Ian Desmond chopped a ball too high for ...    [ More ]


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Joe Kelly (strained hamstring)
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Cards place Kelly on DL, call for reinforcements
AP
(STLToday.com) If the Cardinals elect to move Carlos Martinez into the rotation as they indicated during spring training they would at some point this season, then at least they'll have the manpower.

The Cardinals placed righty Joe Kelly on the 15-day disabled list this afternoon with a strained hamstring.

The move assures that Kelly, who returned to St. Louis today to have his leg examined by the Cardinals' team physicians, will miss at least three starts. His next scheduled start was ...    [ More ]
Cards lose Kelly to injury, then fall to Crew
AP
(MLB.com) With sights set on their first series sweep of the season, the Cardinals were hindered by their defense and forced to turn to the bullpen early due to an injury the club can only hope doesn't sideline Joe Kelly for long.

Kelly's hamstring injury suffered in the fifth inning as he tried to reach on a bunt single with two outs loomed over Wednesday's 5-1 loss to the Brewers. Miscues by infielders More ]
Kelly exits with tight left hamstring
AP
(MLB.com) Joe Kelly's third start of the season ended after 45 pitches on Wednesday due to left hamstring tightness suffered while trying to bunt his way on base in the fifth inning.

Kelly, one of the quickest and most athletic players in the Cardinals organization, laid down the bunt with two outs in an attempt to turn the lineup over. He raced down the first-base line and came up hobbling after hitting the bag.
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Matheny 'surprised' he hasn't used challenge
AP
(MLB.com) Fourteen games into the season, manager Mike Matheny admitted to being "extremely surprised" that he has yet to deploy a challenge in this new era of expanded instant replay across Major League Baseball.

Entering Wednesday, 66 manager challenges had been called through the first two-plus weeks of the season. Only Matheny and Orioles manager Buck Showalter have yet to use their first.

Just because Matheny has not asked for video review, though, does not mean the Cardinals ...    [ More ]
Garcia, Motte continue to make progress
AP
(MLB.com) Down at the Cardinals' spring complex in Jupiter, Fla., pitchers Jason Motte and Jaime Garcia continue to make progress in their individual throwing programs.

Garcia advanced to facing hitters in a live batting practice session this week, and according to manager Mike Matheny, he is scheduled to appear in an extended spring game ...    [ More ]
Cards take series in Miller's first victory
AP
(MLB.com) A new set of contributors emerged for the Cardinals on Tuesday night, their efforts helping lift the club to a 6-1 win that ensures them of a series victory against the Brewers. The victory, which bumped the Cardinals to within a game of division-leading Milwaukee, was a boost to the long-term forecast.

Shelby Miller found his footing. More ]
Kozma's progress apparent but future unclear
AP
(MLB.com) Though manager Mike Matheny was effusive with his praise of how Pete Kozma had improved and how professionally he handled two weeks of limited playing time while keeping Mark Ellis' roster spot warm, the 26-year-old shortstop heads to Triple-A with his future within the Cardinals' organization uncertain.

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Cards activate infielder Ellis, option Kozma
AP
(MLB.com) Mark Ellis will rejoin the Cardinals for Tuesday's game at Miller Park against the Brewers after wrapping up a one-game Minor League rehab assignment with Triple-A Memphis. To make room for Ellis on the 25-man roster, the Cards have optioned Pete Kozma to Triple-A.

Ellis, bothered by left knee discomfort in mid-March, began the season on the disabled list after the patella tendinitis resurfaced the final ...    [ More ]
Brewers hit wall vs. Lynn as Cards hit over it
(MLB.com) Insistent that he not leave his offense to pick him up again, Lance Lynn took control of Monday night's game an eventual 4-0 win over the Brewers before he ever threw his first pitch.

Mentally, he implemented micro goals of getting through the first inning unscathed, then the second, and the third. That first inning had been particularly pesky to him. Six of the eight runs he allowed in his first two ...    [ More ]
Carpenter drives in three to lift Cardinals over Cubs
AP
(MLB.com) Sometimes a win is more than just a positive tally on a team's win-loss record, and the Cardinals may have experienced such a thing on Sunday.

In dispatching the Cubs, 6-4, before an announced crowd of 44,135 at Busch Stadium, the Cardinals not only survived a rain delay, won the series and took some momentum into a long road trip, but two sluggers who started the season in prolonged slumps showed signs of breaking out.

Allen Craig and Jhonny Peralta combined to go ...    [ More ]
 
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