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    Cardinals (35-28) vs Padres (31-36) June 11-13

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    35-28 ||...Cardinals...||...vs...||...Padres...|| 31-36




    Cardinals Matchups MLB.com

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    Monday, June 11, 7:15 PM CT


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    ........Jack Flahertyvs. Jordan Lyles

    39.1.......IP.......53.2
    2-2.......W-L.......2-2
    3.20......ERA.....4.70
    42.........K's.........48
    10........BB's........18
    14........ER........28
    1.17........WHIP........1.29

    Flaherty gave up six runs on eight hits in his last start against the Marlins on Tuesday. The right-hander has given up 10 runs in his last two starts.

    Lyles is coming off his worst start of the year -- eight runs and eleven hits in 4 1/3 innings -- since entering the rotation from a relief role in May. But he's been pretty impactful for the Padres, as they have won four of his last five starts.
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    Tuesday, June 12, 7:15 PM CT


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    ........Miles Mikolisvs. TBA

    79.1.......IP.......-.-
    7-1.......W-L.......- - -
    2.27......ERA.....-.--
    58.........K's.........-
    9........BB's........-
    20........ER........-
    0.96........WHIP........-.--

    Mikolas earned his seventh win of the season his last time out, tossing seven innings of three-hit ball against Miami. He gave up one unearned run in the win, struck out five and walked just one. Mikolas is 7-1 with a 2.27 ERA this season.

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    Wednesday, June 13, 7:15 PM CT


    TV: FSN | Radio: KMOX 1120

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    ........Luke Weavervs. Eric Lauer

    68.1.......IP.......39.1
    3-5.......W-L.......2-4
    4.35......ERA.....6.64
    60.........K's.........38
    25........BB's........24
    33........ER........29
    1.32........WHIP........2.06

    Weaver gave up three runs on seven hits with five walks in five-plus innings against the Reds in his last start. He is 3-5 with a 4.35 ERA this season and is searching for his first win since May 11.

    Lauer arrived in the big leagues ahead of schedule in April, and it has been a grind for the 23-year-old rookie. He walked seven hitters over five innings in Miami on Friday, but the Padres are encouraged with his progress on the whole.
    Player Updated Status Due Back Injury Notes
    Bowman, Matt 6/07 10-day DL Possibly June Blisters on right middle and index fingers Placed on 10-day DL on May 18, retroactive to May 17; sent on Triple-A rehab assignment June 7.
    DeJong, Paul 5/22 10-day DL TBD Recovering from May 2018 left hand surgery Placed on 10-day DL on May 18; underwent surgery to repair fractured left finger May 19; began minor hand rehab, still has no timetable for return as of May 21 update.
    Gregerson, Luke 5/17 10-day DL TBD Right shoulder impingement Placed on 10-day DL on May 16; underwent MRI week of May 14.
    Holland, Greg 6/07 10-day DL Possibly June Right hip impingement Placed on 10-day DL on May 26; sent on Triple-A rehab assignment June 7.
    Leone, Dominic 5/30 60-day DL TBD Right upper arm nerve irritation Out indefinitely per May 21 update; transferred to 60-day DL on May 30.
    Lyons, Tyler 6/08 10-day DL TBD Left elbow sprain Placed on 10-day DL on June 8, retroactive to June 6.
    Reyes, Alex 6/06 10-day DL 2019 Recovering from surgery to reattach a torn tendon in right lat Placed on 10-day DL on May 31; underwent surgery June 6; recovery time is typically six months.
    Wainwright, Adam 5/22 60-day DL TBD Right elbow inflammation Transferred to 60-day DL on May 17; underwent non-intrusive procedure May 21 to determine source of elbow pain.
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    Martinez is on fire right now!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakerfan85 View Post
    Martinez is on fire right now!!
    Since June 5th - .625/.679/1.292 - 5 HR - 28 PA - 14.3% BB, 3.6% K - 420 wRC+

    That's an insane tear he is on

    Over the last two years - 564 PA - .317/.387/.524 - 144 wRC+

    Same wRC+ as Kris Bryant and ahead of guys like Tommy Pham and Paul Goldschmidt. If he had the PA, he'd be 10th in baseball in wRC+

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    His bat definitely keeps him in the lineup but he is terrible on the field.

    I like keeping baseball as old school as possible but guys like him and then Adams, Berkman, Beltran, and others who looked lost of defense but who still had a big bat make me open to the DH in the NL.

    Plus that would make it so Matheny would quit double switching pitchers into the middle of the lineup every change he gets lmao.

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    NL needs the DH at this point. AL always gets the advantage adding in a huge bat who can't play a lick of defense. Come the world Series you have guys who can prepare themselves to be in that role or have that huge bat to put in that role while the NL doesn't.
    Quote Originally Posted by heimdog8 View Post
    I didn't want to throw this information out here. I was a 3 year varsity starter at QB in high school. I played quarterback in junior college as well. I was considering playing division 1 football as well but chose to pursue my career in business instead. However, currently I am helping train with Derek Carr from Fresno State get ready for his pro day and the draft. I am also working with Cody Kessler, the USC quarterback.

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    Well we needed 6-3 over the last 9 games but settled for 4-5.... ouch

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    Another loss the another crappy team @ home. Tough to win a game when your offense is basically a no show. This offense is just flat out bad. Never thought it would be this bad at the beginning of the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tkais9009 View Post
    Well we needed 6-3 over the last 9 games but settled for 4-5.... ouch
    Yep. Now we have a tough stretch coming up as well.. Guess we will see what this team is made of over the course of the next month..

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    Now we go to Wrigley and our hottest hitter Martinez goes on paternity leave. Good for him, but not great timing haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tkais9009 View Post
    Now we go to Wrigley and our hottest hitter Martinez goes on paternity leave. Good for him, but not great timing haha
    actually it's Cubs in St. Louis but point taken. An already anemic offense just got weaker. Luckily we have a hitting coach who promotes small ball, taking walks etc. and a brilliant tactician manager. Oh wait....

    the only solace is the Cubs continue to be a Jekyll and Hyde offense, their excuse is guys not playing up to the talent, Cards is they have little offensive talent. Pham has hit the skids now too.

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