Not a lot went the Cardinals way Wednesday night at Busch Stadium.The Cincinnati Reds, who are 9-6 against the Cardinals this season, got a homer from Jesse Winker on the second pitch of the game and then broke open a pitchers' duel between a pair of rookie righthanders with a five-run fifth inning highlighted by a Eugenio Suarez grand slam.The Reds' 6-0 victory snapped a four-game winning streak for the Cardinals, who've won eight of their last 10 and will enter Thursday afternoon's series...
With a little help from his friends on Tuesday night, Cardinals righthander Lance Lynn snapped a six-game winless streak and notched victory No. 11.The Cardinals' attack unleashed against the Cincinnati Reds before a crowd of 40.030 at Busch Stadium, parlaying 14 hits, including seven for extra bases, nine walks and two Cincinnati errors into a 13-4 rout to open the teams' three-game series.The teams will meet again Wednesday at 7:15 p.m. and Thursday at 12:45 p.m.
Jack Flaherty makes his third major-league start Tuesday, taking on the Cincinnati Reds and fellow rookie righthander Tyler Mahle in a 7:15 p.m. game at Busch Stadium.The Cardinals, who've won four in a row, eight of nine and 10 of 12, enter Wednesday's action two games behind the Chicago Cubs in the NL Central and trailing the Colorado Rockies by 3 ½ in the wild-card race.Flaherty, 21, was 14-4 with a 2.18 earned-run average while pitching at Class AA Springfield and Class AAA Memphis this...
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