RECORD
13-13 3rd
HITTING
.275 3rd
PITCHING
3.99 6th
FIELDING
.976 15th
HR Brandon Moss 6
RBI Matt Carpenter 17
R Aledmys Diaz 20
BA Aledmys Diaz .403
SB Jeremy Hazelbaker 2
W Carlos Martinez 4
ERA Jonathan Broxton 1.80
K Jaime Garcia 35
SV Trevor Rosenthal 5
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TODAYS GAME PREVIOUS GAME (5/02)
PHI,  7:15   FS-M
Nola @ Wacha
FINAL R H E
STL 10 14 0
PHI 3 8 1
W: Wainwright L: Hellickson
WED:
PHI, 7:15  FS-M - Morgan @ Leake
THU:
PHI, 12:45  FS-M - Eickhoff @ Garcia
FRI:
PIT, 7:15  FS-M - Liriano @ Martinez
SAT:
PIT, 1:15  FS-M - Locke @ Wainwright
SUN:
PIT, 1:15  FS-M - Cole @ Wacha
Calendar   
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
24
SD
W 8-5
25
AZ
L 7-12
26
AZ
W 8-2
27
AZ
W 11-4
28
AZ
L 0-3
29
WAS
L 4-5
30
WAS
L 1-6
1
WAS
L 1-6
2
PHI
W 10-3
3
PHI
7:15
4
PHI
7:15
5
PHI
12:45
6
PIT
7:15
7
PIT
1:15
8
PIT
1:15
9
10
LAA
9:05
11
LAA
9:05
12
LAA
9:05
13
LA
9:10
14
LA
8:10
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Five homers help Wainwright to first home win, 10-3
(STLToday.com) Adam Wainwright pitched six innings and was backed by five home runs, including his own three-run shot, to pick up his first home win of the season in a 10-3 win over Philadelphia at Busch Stadium on Monday night.

Matt Adams, Aledmys Diaz, Kolten Wong and Randal Grichuk added homers to help the Cardinals erase an early 3-0 deficit and end a four-game losing streak.

The only trouble Wainwright faced was in the third inning, when he allowed three runs on three singles and a walk. He allowed only two other hits.


He wiped out the deficit with one swing by blasting a pitch by Jeremy Hellickson into the upper deck an estimated 408 feet. He also doubled and has now doubled, tripled and homered in his last three at-bats with six RBIs.

Adams gave the Cardinals the lead in the sixth inning when he led off with a homer to deep left-center field. Diaz followed with a blast that landed in the same section as Wainwright's homer.

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Source: MLB won't investigate Cardinals RHP Carlos Martinez
AP
(ESPN.com) Major League Baseball will not investigate St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez under its domestic violence policy, according to a source, who said that Martinez's case falls outside the policy's jurisdiction because the allegations arose in a civil suit.

Martinez is being sued for $1.5 million by a woman from West Palm Beach, Florida. The suit was filed in Miami district court last week.

Martinez left the Cardinals for one day to go to South Florida to attend to ...    [ More ]
Cardinals notes: Peralta ahead of schedule
(STLToday.com) Jhonny Peralta has not hit yet but the Cardinals shortstop, sidelined since early March by a ligament tear in his left thumb that required surgery, took his first ground balls Sunday before the game and said he felt no pain.

Admitting that Sunday felt like the first day or so of spring training, Peralta didn't project a return date but added, "I'm just pretty excited. It's coming soon."

General manager John Mozeliak had advertised a potential minor-league rehabilitation ...    [ More ]
Scherzer's first win at Busch gives Nationals a sweep of Cardinals
AP
(STLToday.com) The happiest homecoming yet for Nationals ace Max Scherzer resulted in the righthander's club sweeping the Cardinals in a three-game home series for the first time since his club was called the Montreal Expos.

Scherzer, a St. Louis native and former Mizzou Tiger, notched his first win at Busch Stadium in the Nationals' 6-1 defeat of the Cardinals on Sunday. He allowed no runs on four hits, struck out nine and walked none.

Scherzer helped at the plate, too. He knocked two ...    [ More ]
Oquendo will have surgery, won't return this season
(STLToday.com) Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak had said on Friday he would revisit in June whether injured third-base and infield coach Jose Oquendo, recovering from a second knee surgery, wanted to rejoin the team. But that won't be happening.

That same day, Oquendo had visited a doctor in St. Louis and found he probably will have to have knee replacement surgery next month, likely in Jupiter, Fla., where he lives. That surgery will sideline him for six more months.

"I was ...    [ More ]
Carlos Martinez in midst of legal battle
(STLToday.com) A potentially crackerjack pitchers' duel between the Cardinals' unbeaten Carlos Martinez and Washington ace Max Scherzer will go on as scheduled Sunday, despite a legal cloud hanging over Martinez's head.

Martinez was given permission by the Cardinals to leave the team on Friday -- he rejoined the club on Saturday -- in order to go to Miami after a civil lawsuit was filed against him by a woman in south Florida.

General manager John Mozeliak said, "We wait. And once we ...    [ More ]
Four-run first dooms Garcia, Cards vs. Nats
(MLB.com) For the second straight game, the Nationals parlayed a four-run inning into a road victory over the Cardinals, this time claiming a 6-1 victory on Saturday at Busch Stadium behind another strong performance from starter Joe Ross and an early three-run home run by Jayson Werth. For the Cardinals, the loss wrapped up a month in which they went 1-7 against teams with winning records.

The Nationals did most of their damage off lefty Jaime Garcia during a 23-pitch first inning. An infield ...    [ More ]
Cardinals' Wong is back in lineup
(STLToday.com) Second baseman Kolten Wong, who has been fighting a respiratory infection, will be back in the lineup when the Cardinals face the Washington Nationals on Saturday.

Wong, who acknowledged he has had issues with irregular breathing, has lost some eight pounds over the past few days. His last start was on April 23 against the San Diego Padres and he had started just 14 of the previous 23 games.

Off to a slow start with a .216 average, Wong will play second base and bat eighth ...    [ More ]
Cardinals adding 4 to club's Hall of Fame
AP
(MLB.com) Eight of the franchise's 11 World Series championships will be represented this summer when the Cardinals induct four new members into their Hall of Fame.

That 2016 class, which was announced on Friday, includes former Cy Young Award winner Chris Carpenter, former MVP Joe Torre, four-time All-Star Terry Moore and Sam Breadon, who oversaw the organization win nine National League pennants during his run as president and majority owner.

Carpenter and Torre were part of an ...    [ More ]
Adams' big night not enough against Nats
AP
(MLB.com) An overturned call and two-run homer by Danny Espinosa sparked the Nationals in a four-run fourth inning that proved to be just enough for them to hold on for a 5-4 victory on Friday night against the Cardinals at Busch Stadium.

The inning hinged on a replay review the Nationals requested after Anthony Rendon was called out trying to swipe second. But instead of becoming the inning's second out, Rendon was awarded the base and later scored the tying run on an RBI single by Daniel ...    [ More ]
Homers haunt Wacha as Cards fall to D-backs
AP
(MLB.com) Rubby De La Rosa struck out a career-high 10 and allowed two hits in a dominating performance Thursday night as the D-backs beat the Cardinals, 3-0, to split the four-game series at Chase Field.

It was the second straight good start for De La Rosa (3-3) after an uneven first two. Both of the hits De La Rosa allowed were singles, and only only one runner made it as far as second base against him over his seven innings. The right-hander became the first D-backs pitcher to throw seven ...    [ More ]
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