St. Louis Cardinals

Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Cardinals.243289853.74
NL Central5th5th2nd3rd
National League 9th10th3rd7th

Last Game

Sun, June 17
Busch Stadium
TV: ESPN
Chicago Cubs
at
St. Louis Cardinals
CHC0Final5STL

Pitching

W: J. Brebbia (1-1)
L:
J. Quintana (6-5)

Home Runs

CHC - None  
STL
- M. Carpenter (10)

Schedule

Thu Jun 7
W 4 - 1MIA
RECAP
Fri Jun 8
W 7 - 6@CIN
RECAP
Sat Jun 9
W 6 - 4@CIN
RECAP
Sun Jun 10
L 3 - 6@CIN
RECAP
Mon Jun 11
W 5 - 2SD
RECAP
Tue Jun 12
L 2 - 4SD
RECAP
Wed Jun 13
L 2 - 4SD
RECAP
Fri Jun 15
L 5 - 13CHC
RECAP
Sat Jun 16
L 3 - 6CHC
RECAP
Sun Jun 17
W 5 - 0CHC
RECAP
Mon Jun 18
7:05 pm ET
@PHI
Tue Jun 19
7:05 pm ET
@PHI
Wed Jun 20
1:05 pm ET
@PHI
Thu Jun 21
8:10 pm ET
@MIL
Fri Jun 22
8:10 pm ET
@MIL
Sat Jun 23
4:10 pm ET
@MIL
Sun Jun 24
2:10 pm ET
@MIL
Mon Jun 25
8:15 pm ET
CLE
Tue Jun 26
8:15 pm ET
CLE
Wed Jun 27
8:15 pm ET
CLE

Standings

NL
Central
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Milwaukee31-1937-24
Chicago30-2033-24
St. Louis28-2132-26
Pittsburgh20-2830-30
Cincinnati19-3921-40
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Cardinals' Matt Carpenter: Clubs 10th homer
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Carpenter went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in the Cardinals' 5-0 victory over the Cubs on Sunday.

That's two long balls in three games for Carpenter, who seems to finally be putting together a sustained stretch of production coming off a brutal start to the season. The homer was his 10th of the year, and his .232/.332/.433 slash line - while still lagging substantially behind his usual standards - is at least starting to look more like the player we've come to expect over the past few seasons.

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Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Sharp against Cubs
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Flaherty threw five shutout innings in a no-decision against the Cubs on Sunday, giving up just two hits, striking out seven and walking three as the Cardinals prevailed 5-0.

Flaherty certainly pitched well enough to get his fourth victory of the season in this contest, but he ended up leaving after tossing 97 pitches in his five innings, ultimately settling for a no-decision. It was still another great outing from the young right-hander, who is having a superb season so far with a 2.66 ERA, a 1.09 WHIP and a 55:14 K:BB through 50.2 innings.

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Cardinals' Jose Martinez: Expected back Monday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Martinez (personal) is expected to be reinstated from the paternity list Monday, Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com reports.

Martinez was given the designation Friday and spent the last few days in Venezuela to witness the birth of his second child. Luke Voit, who went 0-for-7 over the last three games against the Cubs in Martinez's stead, will be optioned back to Triple-A Memphis upon the latter's official reinstatement.

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Cardinals' Greg Holland: On way back from DL
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Holland (hip) will come off the disabled list in the coming days and will not make any more minor-league rehab appearances, Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com reports.

The news comes courtesy of manager Mike Matheny, who went on to explain that Holland didn't exactly inspire much confidence in his rehab outings. The veteran right-hander allowed four earned runs on five hits and five walks over five minor-league appearances, exhibiting many of the same control problems that often got him into trouble at the major-league level prior to his injury. While Holland reportedly didn't make any specific mechanical adjustments during his rehab stint, Matheny relays that he told the Cardinals that "he's figuring it out." Naturally, Holland will need to corroborate that with results against big-league hitters, most likely in low-leverage situations until he proves himself over an extended stretch.

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Cardinals' Kolten Wong: Heads to bench Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Wong is out of the lineup Sunday against the Cubs.

Wong will hit the bench for the fourth time in six games with the Cardinals scheduled to face another lefty starter (Jose Quintana). Jedd Gyorko will pick up another start at the keystone, but doesn't have much of a case yet for sticking in the lineup over Wong against right-handed pitching. Wong has supplied a poor .626 OPS versus righties this season, but that's still better than Gyorko's .569 mark in those matchups.

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2018 Team Leaders
AVGJose Martinez , 1B.321
HRJose Martinez , 1B10
RBIJose Martinez , 1B42
OBPJose Martinez , 1B.389
SLGJose Martinez , 1B.517
RTommy Pham , CF49
SBTommy Pham , CF9
WMichael Wacha , SP8
ERAMiles Mikolas , SP2.43
WHIPMiles Mikolas , SP0.96
KMichael Wacha , SP69
SVBud Norris , RP13

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