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St. Louis Cardinals

Stadium: Busch Stadium | Manager: Mike Matheny
Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Cardinals.251372653.39
NL Central2nd5th5th1st
National League 6th14th12th4th

Last Game

Fri, July 25
Wrigley Field
TV: FSN Midwest
St. Louis Cardinals
at
Chicago Cubs
STL6Final7CHC

Home Runs

STL - M. Carpenter (6),M. Holliday (9)  
CHC
- R. Sweeney (2),T. Wood (3),L. Valbuena (7)

Schedule

Wed Jul 9
W 5 - 2PIT
Recap
Thu Jul 10
L 9 - 1PIT
Recap
Fri Jul 11
W 7 - 6at MIL
Recap
Sat Jul 12
W 10 - 2at MIL
Recap
Sun Jul 13
L 11 - 2at MIL
Recap
Fri Jul 18
W 3 - 2LAD
Recap
Sat Jul 19
W 4 - 2LAD
Recap
Sun Jul 20
L 4 - 3LAD
Recap
Tue Jul 22
L 7 - 2TB
Recap
Wed Jul 23
L 3 - 0TB
Recap
4:05 pm EDT
Today
L 7 - 6at CHC
Recap
4:05 pm EDT
Sat Jul 26
at CHC
2:20 pm EDT
Sun Jul 27
at CHC
10:10 pm EDT
Tue Jul 29
at SD
10:10 pm EDT
Wed Jul 30
at SD
3:40 pm EDT
Thu Jul 31
at SD
8:15 pm EDT
Fri Aug 1
MIL
7:15 pm EDT
Sat Aug 2
MIL
2:15 pm EDT
Sun Aug 3
MIL
8:15 pm EDT
Tue Aug 5
BOS

Standings

NL
Central
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Milwaukee49-3958-45
St. Louis49-3854-47
Pittsburgh48-4054-47
Cincinnati48-4251-50
Chicago36-5341-59
NL
West
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
San Francisco50-4057-45
Los Angeles48-3956-47
San Diego37-4645-56
Arizona39-5144-58
Colorado35-5141-60
NL
East
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Washington47-3655-44
Atlanta51-3955-47
Miami40-4948-53
New York40-4748-54
Philadelphia43-5044-58
1406309781
Report: Kurt Suzuki being eyed by Cardinals, Orioles
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Twins catcher Kurt Suzuki, who is arguably enjoying his strongest season since 2009, is getting eyed by the Cardinals and Orioles, per CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman.

Cardinals starting catcher Yadier Molina and Baltimore counterpart Matt Wieters are out for the season. Suzuki has proven to be one of the premier clutch hitters among major league catchers this season. He boasts a strong stat line of .308/.367/.393 while playing quite well behind the plate.

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Jhonny Peralta coming on strong for St. Louis
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

A current .256 batting average owned by Cardinals shortstop Jhonny Peralta might not seem too impressive, but it is when considering it's at its highest point in more than two months.

Peralta has been steadily improving all his numbers. He has hit safely in 10 of his last 11 games, during which time his average has soared 17 points. He has three home runs since July 3. His overall production has been decent. Peralta owns a stat line of .256/.331/.453 with 14 home runs and 44 RBI in 344 at-bats.

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Oscar Taveras could be headed back to minors
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak admitted if outfielder Oscar Taveras doesn't start to heat up offensively and see regular playing time, then the team might have to send him back to the minors, per MLB.com.

"He is still somebody that we view as a prospect, and at some point he's going to need to play more," Mozeliak said of Taveras. "Whether that is here or back in the minors, for his development, getting at-bats is important.

"At the major-league level, I understand that you have to try to go with the hot bat -- or in this case to try and get both guys going. It's not an easy task. As you can imagine, it's a fine balance between sitting and playing. Currently, it's not a great situation for either one. Hopefully, in the next week or two, it might find a way to be resolved. If not, there are obviously some answers to help create playing time."

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Lance Lynn strikes out seven in loss vs. Rays
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

Cardinals pitcher Lance Lynn took a loss Wednesday, giving up two runs (one earned) on six hits and three walks in 6 1/3 innings and striking out seven in his team's 3-0 defeat against the Rays.

Lynn (11-7) turned in his fourth straight quality start Wednesday, but he was outdueled by the opposition to end his three-game winning streak. He owns a 3.05 ERA and 117:49 K:BB ratio in 127 innings. Lynn is set to take on the Padres Tuesday.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1406157246
Why would now be different for Shelby Miller?
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

The reports of Shelby Miller moving back to the Cardinals rotation have Fantasy owners taking another look at the 23-year-old right-hander. Don't even try to deny it. We keep track of these things.

During his time out of the rotation, he made one relief appearance, and it was shaky. He allowed two hits and one walk in a scoreless inning of work.

Same old Miller? That's the impression I got.

If he's been working on anything in the 13 days since his last start, he hasn't shown it in a game yet. The only reason the Cardinals gave for his banishment to the bullpen was a need for extra rest, so I'm not expecting to see anything different from Miller. And considering he wasn't any good at the start of the season, when he was as rested as he could possibly be, I don't expect the results to change either.

Someone somewhere down the line is going to get through to Miller someday, but I'll opt for Jacob deGrom, Rubby De La Rosa, Danny Duffy or Wade Miley off the waiver wire instead. The signs of progress are much clearer for them.

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGMatt Adams , 1B.324
HRJhonny Peralta , SS14
RBIMatt Holliday , LF51
OBPMatt Carpenter , 3B.373
SLGMatt Adams , 1B.523
RMatt Carpenter , 3B63
SBKolten Wong , 2B12
WAdam Wainwright , SP12
ERAAdam Wainwright , SP2.02
WHIPAdam Wainwright , SP0.95
KAdam Wainwright , SP119
SVTrevor Rosenthal , RP30
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