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    Cardinals (21-20) vs Braves (22-17) May 16-18


    St. Louis Cardinals vs. Atlanta Braves
    Friday, May 16, 7:15 PM CDT , Busch Stadium

    Ervin Santana, RHP
    40.2 IP, 4-0, 1.99 ERA, 1.01 WHIP
    After getting a chance to rest a bruised right thumb that affected him in his previous two starts, Santana tossed seven scoreless against the Cubs on Saturday. He has allowed less than two runs in four of six starts.
    Lance Lynn, RHP
    47.0 IP, 4-2, 3.83 ERA, 1.32 WHIP
    For the fourth time in eight starts this season, Lynn allowed three or more runs in an inning his last time out. It cost him a three-run lead and the Cardinals a win. He is now winless in his last four games after winning his first four.
    Saturday, May 17, 1:15 PM CDT , Busch Stadium

    Aaron Harang, RHP
    48.1 IP, 4-3, 2.98 ERA, 1.18 WHIP
    Harang has continued to exceed the expectations that were present when he signed with the Braves on March 24. He allowed nine earned runs against the Marlins on April 30. But he's produced a 1.44 ERA in his other six starts.
    Shelby Miller, RHP
    44.2 IP, 5-2, 3.22 ERA, 1.48 WHIP
    Miller has not made a dominant start this season. Walks (27 in 44 2/3 innings) continue to be a large problem, and he has yet to pitch into the seventh inning. He gave up two runs in five innings in a start at Atlanta on May 5.
    Sunday, May 18, 1:15 PM CDT , Busch Stadium

    Gavin Floyd, RHP
    13.1 IP, 0-1, 2.70 ERA, 1.13 WHIP
    Floyd has shown impressive command during the two starts he has made since returning from Tommy John surgery. Two hits recorded on 0-2 pitches doomed him as he allowed three seventh-inning runs against the Giants on Monday.
    Jaime Garcia, LHP
    Garcia will come off the disabled list to make his first start since May 17, 2013. He has recovered from shoulder surgery and pitched five innings in a Triple-A game Monday. He will be limited to a pitch count of about 90-95.
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    Hey man, i would like to introduce myself. I'm Tylor, im new here on forums and a huge cards fan. I'm a MLB.TV subscriber. I watch almost every game.

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    Hi Tylor. Welcome to the party pal.
    "If you find yourself in the majority, rethink your position" - Mark Twain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shlumpledink View Post
    Hi Tylor. Welcome to the party pal.
    Thanks

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    Good win tonight.
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    yes very good win!

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    The cardinals are undefeated since Tylor has been a part of our team. Coincidence? I think not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shlumpledink View Post
    The cardinals are undefeated since Tylor has been a part of our team. Coincidence? I think not.
    hear hear!

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    Aaron Harang at 6'7 260 is one inch shorter than Lebron James, but the same weight.

    Bourjos with the bunt single! I like that we have two guys (that should be starting every day imo) that are capable of doing that and wreaking havoc on the basepaths.

    Picked off! Nevermind!
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    Shelby was fantastic. Hopefully this is a sign of future things to come. Throwing a lot of strikes, and showing command of his fastball.
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    Shelby Wong and Borjous all had good games

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    We're now 4 back of the brewers
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverFalco8 View Post
    Hey man, i would like to introduce myself. I'm Tylor, im new here on forums and a huge cards fan. I'm a MLB.TV subscriber. I watch almost every game.
    Welcome


    That was some fantastic pitching by Miller yesterday. Extremely excited to see Garcia today

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    Does Motte get the closers job back at some point this season??

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakerfan85 View Post
    Does Motte get the closers job back at some point this season??
    Possible but I doubt it, all injuries aside

    Rosenthal never should have been pitched in this game, he's been worked hard lately. He also threw strike 3 but the umpire didn't make the call.

    You expect for Martinez to not throw the ball to the back stop but then again, when you bring a guy into pitch with the bases loaded you've basically put him under a loaded gun.

    Plus on top of that we have no clue how Motte will be after this. Remember when wainwright came back from it and would be fantastic and then awful from start to start?

    Honestly I think Matheny made a huge mistake pitching Rosenthal for the 5th time in 7 days and the fourth straight day. He's going to get one of these pitchers hurt because of it.

    Rosenthal needs to be unavailable Tuesday night and Matheny needs to learn that sometimes someone not named Rosenthal, Siegrist or Martinez has to pitch in the late innings some times.
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