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Stadium: Busch Stadium | Manager: Mike Matheny
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Mon Mar 16
W 1 - 0DET
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Thu Mar 19
L 7 - 2NYM
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L 5 - 4at NYM
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W 1 - 0ATL
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W 8 - 6at BAL
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at BOS
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W 1 - 0WAS
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L 5 - 3MIA
Fri Mar 27
1 - 1at WAS
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W 5 - 4NYM
1:05 pm EDT
at DET
1:05 pm EDT
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1:05 pm EDT
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1:05 pm EDT
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1:10 pm EDT
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at NYM
12:05 pm EDT
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8:05 pm EDT
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at CHC
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at CHC
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Cardinals' John Lackey ready for the regular season
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

John Lackey pitched seven innings, the longest of any Cardinals starter so far this season. 

Lackey allowed one run on six hits and didn't walk a batter, throwing 84 pitches. 

"Throwing seven innings, that was probably a little bit further than I thought I'd go today with the pitch count," said Lackey, per MLB.com's Jennifer Langosch. "But they were pretty aggressive, and I was throwing a lot of strikes. It worked out pretty good."

Lackey had his catcher call the game as if it were a regular season game, and his performance indicates that he's ready for the season to begin.

"That's what it looked like," coach David Bell said. "It looked like he was making all his pitches. The velocity was there. He probably had a little more in the tank, which is a good thing."

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Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez not worried about role on staff
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez gave up just one run on five hits in five innings of work Friday against the Nationals. Martinez, who is competing for the final spot in St. Louis' starting rotation, has allowed just seven runs in 16 innings of work.

"I've been working hard," Martinez said through an interpreter to MLB.com. "Some of the outings haven't gone as good as I've wanted to, but I'm just trying to learn from that and get better every day."

Martinez is still focused on earning a starting spot.

"Right now I'm fighting to be a starter," Martinez said. "But if they call me into the bullpen I'm going to be ready for the team. I just want to help the team win, and I'm going to be ready when my name gets called."

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Cardinals' Kevin Siegrist has trouble holding runners Thursday
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

Cardinals pitcher Kevin Siegrist allowed two stolen bases in his inning of work Thursday while surrendering one earned run. He's made mechanical adjustments this spring to try and quicken his delivery, MLB.com reports.

"He got a little longer today for some reason," manager Mike Matheny said. "I don't know if he's trying to put a little more [velocity] on it or exactly what it is. I think he was thinking a little more about his stuff. Those are things that we hadn't seen much from him this spring."

The run was the first Siegrist has allowed in six innings this spring, and he's racked up seven strikeouts while issuing only one walk.

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Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday collects two hits Thursday
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday went 2 for 2 with an RBI during Thursday's loss to the Marlins.

It was Holliday's second game back after being hit by a pitch during Monday's game. Holliday continues to have a solid spring and is batting .385 in 26 at-bats.

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Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright struggles in loss Thursday
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Making his second spring training appearance, Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright received the loss during Thursday's game against the Marlins.

Wainwright started the game and threw 3 1/2 innings, but surrendered six hits for four runs. He struck out two batters and walked one. He also gave up a solo home run to Giancarlo Stanton.

Despite his struggles during the game, Wainwright said he was encouraged with how the start ended, reports MLB.com.

"I was driving the ball for the first time all spring," Wainwright said. "It was the best I've felt all spring. I know it's not against hitters, but it translates for me... Those [extra pitches] were very productive. I went from being kind of frustrated by the way I pitched to when I left that cage thinking, 'I'm ready for next time."

Wainwright will make his final spring start in five days and said he'll treat as a regular-season game.

"There were plenty of times today where I probably would have normally thrown a cutter or a hook, and I threw a changeup or a fastball," Wainwright said. "In my next bullpen session, I'll put a little more into it. Then in a game, I'll go into it like a normal regular-season game."

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGMatt Adams , 1B.288
HRJhonny Peralta , SS21
RBIMatt Holliday , LF90
OBPMatt Carpenter , 3B.375
SLGMatt Adams , 1B.457
RMatt Carpenter , 3B99
SBKolten Wong , 2B20
WAdam Wainwright , SP20
ERAAdam Wainwright , SP2.38
WHIPAdam Wainwright , SP1.03
KLance Lynn , SP181
SVTrevor Rosenthal , RP45
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