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Sun, March 26
Miami Marlins
St. Louis Cardinals


Thu Mar 16
W 2 - 1MIN
Fri Mar 17
L 16 - 2at NYM
Sat Mar 18
L 5 - 4NYM
Sun Mar 19
W 5 - 2at ATL
Mon Mar 20
W 12 - 6at HOU
Wed Mar 22
W 6 - 1WAS
Thu Mar 23
W 5 - 3MIA
Fri Mar 24
W 3 - 1at WAS
Sat Mar 25
L 1 - 0at MIA
Sun Mar 26
W 3 - 0MIA
6:05 pm EDT
at HOU
1:10 pm EDT
Tue Mar 28
at NYM
12:05 pm EDT
Wed Mar 29
8:35 pm EDT
Sun Apr 2
8:15 pm EDT
Tue Apr 4
1:45 pm EDT
Wed Apr 5
8:15 pm EDT
Fri Apr 7
2:15 pm EDT
Sat Apr 8
2:15 pm EDT
Sun Apr 9
7:05 pm EDT
Mon Apr 10
at WAS


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Cardinals' Brett Cecil: Two solid outings over weekend
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Cecil, who owns a 10.50 ERA and 2.33 WHIP over six spring innings, fired two scoreless innings across two appearances against the Marlins on Saturday and Sunday.

Cecil had struggled mightily in his third appearance on March 5 against the Mets, an outing in which he gave up six earned runs on four hits and two walks without recording a single out. However, he's largely settled down since that game, allowing just one earned run over his subsequent five appearances. That includes a pair of one-inning stints against the Marlins over the weekend, with Cecil pitching a clean ninth on Saturday in a loss and then earning his first hold of spring in Sunday's victory with a perfect seventh. He also recorded a strikeout in each appearance, and now has an 8:4 K:BB over his eight trips to the mound.

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Cardinals' Kevin Siegrist: Continues strong spring Saturday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Siegrist, who pitched a scoreless inning with one strikeout in Saturday's Grapefruit League loss to the Marlins, now has a 1.50 ERA over six spring frames.

Siegrist owns a .143 BAA and 0.83 WHIP as well, along with an 8:2 K:BB that rounds out what has been an outstanding spring. After racking up 45 holds -- along with nine saves in spot closer duty -- over the last two seasons, Siegrist looks primed for yet another season of robust usage as a valued left-handed component of the St. Louis bullpen.

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Cardinals' Michael Wacha: Undefeated in three spring decisions
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Wacha, who allowed just two hits and a walk over five scoreless innings while striking out three in a victory over the Nationals on Friday, is now 3-0 with a 2.05 ERA over six spring appearances.

Wacha looks like he's all the way back to his 2015 form, when he notched a career-high 17 victories and posted a solid 3.38 ERA. He's posted a sparkling 18:5 K:BB over 22 innings in spring training and has been able to mix his pitches effectively virtually every time he's been on the mound, an encouraging development after a 2016 season in which shoulder woes and general ineffectiveness led to a 7-7 record and a career-worst 5.09 ERA and 1.48 WHIP.

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Cardinals' Lance Lynn: Injury not serious, expected to pitch Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Cardinals manager Mike Matheny downplayed the back injury Lynn suffered during Saturday's Grapefruit League appearance, saying that he expects the right-hander to pitch Thursday in his final start of the spring,'s Jenifer Langosch reports.

Lynn threw just one inning Saturday after experiencing upper-back stiffness, which had resulted in a downturn in his velocity. His removal was deemed precautionary, however, and after meeting with a chiropractor after the outing, it doesn't sound like Lynn is at much risk of missing the start of the season. Matheny indicated that Lynn is expected to approach 80 pitches in his start Thursday, and if all goes well, he'll likely face no restrictions when he takes the hill for his first MLB start since 2015 in the first week of April.

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Cardinals' Jhonny Peralta: Could play Monday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Peralta (knee) could return to the Cardinals' Grapefruit League lineup as soon as Monday, Jenifer Langosch of reports.

The Cardinals will hold Peralta out Sunday while he contends with a sore knee, which he sustained Saturday after fouling a pitch off his knee. It doesn't appear that Peralta's injury is considered significant, so if he's able to get back on the field Monday, it would help his chances of beating out Jedd Gyorko for the regular starting job at third base to open the season.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGYadier Molina , C.307
HRJedd Gyorko , 2B30
RBIStephen Piscotty , RF85
OBPMatt Carpenter , 3B.380
SLGMatt Carpenter , 3B.505
RStephen Piscotty , RF86
SBStephen Piscotty , RF7
WCarlos Martinez , SP16
ERACarlos Martinez , SP3.04
WHIPCarlos Martinez , SP1.22
KCarlos Martinez , SP174
SVSeung Hwan Oh , RP19

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