(Busch Stadium) As expected Dexter Fowler is back starting in centerfield tonight for the St. Louis Cardinals, however the team will again be without Yadier Molina, who is continuing to deal with tightness caused by a foul ball off his knee. “Gonna need another day,” shared Mike Matheny pregame. “Just inflammation from a contusion.”Molina had been slated to bat fifth, the lineup will instead slide up and Eric Fryer will catch and bat eighth.
(Busch Stadium) After his last outing marked the shortest start of his career, Adam Wainwright did a lot of looking in the mirror, first to think and then to improve. “I got done with my start in Baltimore and literally, I felt sick to my stomach that that was what came out of my arm that day,” he said. “Where I was mentally after Baltimore was about as low as I may have ever been.”Calling that performance “unacceptable”, Wainwright decided to stick his chin out and get to work, literally.
(Busch Stadium) St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong is just a couple of days from being eligible to return from the 10-day disabled list, but shares he will likely need more time. “I’m guessing somewhere probably around next week-ish,” said Wong of when he might being a rehab assignment. “I’ll probably meet the team back here after this Arizona road trip.”Placed on the disabled list June 15th with a right triceps strain, Wong has been rehabbing daily at Busch Stadium.
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