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Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Cardinals.26158111.92
NL Central1st4th4th1st
National League 4th11th7th1st

Last Game

Sat, April 25
Miller Park
TV: FSMW
St. Louis Cardinals
at
Milwaukee Brewers
STL5Final3MIL

Pitching

W: M. Belisle (1-0)
L:
W. Peralta (0-3)
S:
S. Maness (1)

Home Runs

STL - M. Holliday (1)  
MIL
- None

Schedule

Wed Apr 15
W 4 - 2MIL
Recap
Thu Apr 16
W 4 - 0MIL
Recap
Fri Apr 17
W 6 - 1CIN
Recap
Sat Apr 18
W 5 - 2CIN
Recap
Sun Apr 19
W 2 - 1CIN
Recap
Tue Apr 21
L 2 - 1at WAS
Recap
Wed Apr 22
W 7 - 5at WAS
Recap
Thu Apr 23
W 4 - 1at WAS
Recap
Fri Apr 24
W 3 - 0at MIL
Recap
Sat Apr 25
W 5 - 3at MIL
Recap
2:10 pm EDT
Today
at MIL
8:15 pm EDT
Mon Apr 27
PHI
8:15 pm EDT
Tue Apr 28
PHI
8:15 pm EDT
Wed Apr 29
PHI
1:45 pm EDT
Thu Apr 30
PHI
8:15 pm EDT
Fri May 1
PIT
2:15 pm EDT
Sat May 2
PIT
2:15 pm EDT
Sun May 3
PIT
8:15 pm EDT
Mon May 4
CHC
8:15 pm EDT
Tue May 5
CHC

Standings

NL
Central
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
St. Louis12-412-4
Chicago9-79-7
Pittsburgh9-610-8
Cincinnati8-98-9
Milwaukee3-153-15
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Pirates reliever Seth Maness earns rare save Saturday
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Cardinals closer Trevor Rosenthal was unavailable Saturday after having pitched three straight days. So Seth Maness took over the role and rolled with it.

Maness, who arrived in the eighth, induced one popout and two groundouts in the ninth to shut down the Brewers and register his first save of the year and fifth of his career.

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Matt Holliday slugs first homer as Cardinals roll
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

It took Cardinals slugger Matt Holliday 52 at-bats this season to nail his first dinger, but he certainly made it count. Two of his teammates occupied the bases when he clobbered one Saturday night in a defeat of Milwaukee.

The power outage has not limited his production. Holliday boasts a fine slash line of .358/.437/.434. and now has 10 RBI.

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Cardinals' Adam Wainwright leaves with ankle injury after at-bat
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright was forced to leave Saturday's game against the Brewers after stumbling out of the batter's box and needing assistance to get off the field, according to MLB.com. Wainwright suffered a left ankle injury and will be re-evaluated when the team returns to St. Louis, the team announced.

Wainwright allowed three hits in four scoreless innings in the game and added four strikeouts to his totals.

"What I've been told is don't even think anything until the doctor tells you what it is," he said to MLB.com. "I've not gotten my hopes up or down. I'm just going to try to be a positive influence here today and tomorrow and see what happens. … Everything right now is just speculation."

Wainwright did not have significant swelling even though his ankle was in a walking boot.

"I thought I got hit by something," said Wainwright, who confirmed it was the back of his ankle. "If you look at the replay, I get out of the box and I looked back to think the catcher's mask must of hit me or the bat must've hit me, something must've hit me."

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Cardinals not concerned with Jordan Walden's workload this season
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Cardinals manager Mike Matheny knows relief pitcher Jordan Walden has been used a lot this season, but it's not going to stop him from calling the righty's name this year, reports MLB.com.

Walden has appeared in 11 of the team's first 15 games with an 0-1 record and one save to his record. 

"I'd like to give all of them more rest, but once again this is where we are right now," Matheny said. "The days where they feel good… and there have been a number of days where I told him he can go down there in his tennis shoes because he's not pitching. [It's all] just depending on how the work has been and what he feels like."

Walden boasts a 0.96 ERA with 11 strikeouts and four walks so far this season.

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Cards INF Pete Kozma to serve as emergency catcher on Saturday
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

With catcher Yadier Molina day to day due to a sore knee, INF Pete Kozma caught a side session and will serve as the Cardinals' emergency catcher Saturday in Milwaukee, reports MLB.com.

Molina took a foul tip off his right knee guard in Friday's win and is experiencing soreness.

Tony Cruz gets the start behind the plate for the Cards.

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGMatt Carpenter , 3B.387
HRMatt Carpenter , 3B3
RBIMatt Carpenter , 3B11
OBPMatt Holliday , LF.492
SLGMatt Carpenter , 3B.677
RMatt Carpenter , 3B13
SBPeter Bourjos , CF3
WMichael Wacha , SP3
ERAMichael Wacha , SP1.33
WHIPCarlos Martinez , SP0.90
KCarlos Martinez , SP21
SVTrevor Rosenthal , RP7
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