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2019 Schedule
10-8, 3rd in NL Cent
2d

BBTN: Sale Struggles, Yelich Rakes, Rendon Negotiates

After getting some Inside Heat from Alex Speier on another bad outing from the Red Sox (10:11), Buster & Boog Sciambi discuss Christian Yelich's demolition of the Cardinals, Anthony Rendon's contract negotiations and much more (17:32). Plus, Paul Hembekides weighs in on Mt. Rushmore with "Hembo Knows" (38:53).

3d

Yelich's 3-run homer helps Brewers past Cardinals, 8-4

Christian Yelich welcomed hard-throwing prospect Ryan Helsley to the big leagues with a three-run homer, his eighth against St. Louis this season, to help send the Milwaukee Brewers to an 8-4 victory over the Cardinals on Tuesday night.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Welcome to the big leagues, Ryan Helsley, but apparently you weren't told about this Christian Yelich fellow. Yelich was the first batter Helsley faced in the majors and the 2018 MVP crushed a 91-mph fastball 427 feet for a three-run home run and an 8-0 lead -- that's eight in six games this season against St. Louis. DO NOT PITCH TO YELICH.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Boom! Christian Yelich has hit his third home of the night -- he now has seven home runs against the Cardinals in five games this season. The Cardinals are going to be having Christian Yelich nightmares tonight. (All eight of Yelich's home run this season have been at home.)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Christian Yelich hits his sixth home run to cap a six-run second inning off Dakota Hudson for the Brewers. Yelich has owned the Cardinals so far in 2019: He homered in the first four games of the season against them and now this one, making it 5-for-5. In 16 games against the Cardinals last year, he hit six home runs and drove in 15 runs.

5d

Ozuna, Cardinals power past Reds 9-5 for split in Mexico

Marcell Ozuna hit two home runs and Matt Carpenter connected for a tiebreaking drive in the seventh inning that sent the St. Louis Cardinals over the Cincinnati Reds 9-5 Sunday for a split of their two-game series in Mexico.

6d

Dietrich, Reds beat Wainwright, Cardinals 5-2 in Mexico

Derek Dietrich hit a tiebreaking homer off Adam Wainwright in the seventh inning and added a two-run triple as the Cincinnati Reds won their fourth straight game, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 5-2 Saturday night in the raucous Estadio de Beisbol de...

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Well, so much for my video analysis skills. What (to me) looked like a pitch that hit Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager in the foot got him on the right hamstring. The club is calling it a contusion, and he'll be day-to-day. (As are we all.)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

From the oddities department: The Cardinals' Harrison Bader has driven in two runs today the hard way -- twice he's been hit by a pitch with the bases loaded. According to ESPN Stats & Info, the last time someone had two run-scoring hit by pitches in the same game was April 16, 2005, when it happened to the Blue Jays' Reed Johnson.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager exited today's game in St. Louis after getting hit in the foot by a pitch. Seager turned away from a Giovanny Gallegos slider that was bearing in on him, and the pitch appeared to get him on the top of the shoe. Seager stayed in to run the bases but was replaced in the bottom of the fourth.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Behind homers from Yadier Molina and Marcell Ozuna, the Cardinals broke open this one late and beat the Dodgers 7-2. St. Louis has won the first three of this four-game set, with the series finale set for tomorrow afternoon. Pitching, hitting, defense -- it's been nothing but good news for the Redbirds all week.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals' scoreless-innings streak against the Dodgers reached 19 innings with Kenta Maeda's strikeout to lead off the sixth. It ended one batter later when Joc Pederson hit L.A.'s first homer of the series, a high-arching shot that landed in the St. Louis bullpen. The Cards still lead 2-1 as we head to the bottom of the sixth.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers came into this series in St. Louis averaging how many runs? How many homers had they hit? Well, after L.A. scored two runs in the first inning of the series, the Cardinals have since held the Dodgers to one run over 21 innings. L.A. has not gone deep yet against the Cards after homering in each of its first 10 games.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says that Clayton Kershaw came out of his rehab start in Tulsa in Tuesday just fine. Next stop is the big-league rotation. Roberts said a final determination has yet to be made whether Kershaw will make his season debut on Sunday or Monday, though Sunday's game would keep the routine-oriented lefty on normal rest.

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9d

Cards sign Carpenter to 2-year, $37M extension

Matt Carpenter, a three-time All-Star who had a career-high 36 home runs for the Cardinals last season, has signed a two-year extension with the team, it was announced.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.47
Quality Starts6
WHIP1.41
BAA.242
Runs95
Batting Average.253
On Base Percentage.333
Slugging Percentage.463