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    Cardinals (9-6) at Nationals (9-6) April 17-20

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    Thursday, April 17, 7:05 PM EDT , Nationals Park

    Adam Wainwright, RHP
    21.0 IP, 2-1, 2.57 ERA, 1.00 WHIP
    Wainwright allowed more runs (four) in his last start than he did in his first two combined (two), but still finished seven innings -- as he has in all three of his starts. His last outing was the first in which Wainwright did not issue a walk.
    Taylor Jordan, RHP
    11.1 IP, 0-1, 4.76 ERA, 1.76 WHIP
    Jordan allowed five runs on 10 hits over five innings in a loss to the Braves in his last start. He struck out five and walked two. His first two starts of 2014 came against Atlanta. This will be his first time facing the Cardinals.
    Friday, April 18, 7:05 PM EDT , Nationals Park

    Michael Wacha, RHP
    19.0 IP, 2-0, 1.89 ERA, 0.95 WHIP
    Wacha has pitched at least six innings in his three starts -- each of which has been interrupted by rain. It hasn't seemed to faze him. Last time Wacha faced Washington, he pitched 8 2/3 no-hit innings before allowing an infield single.
    Gio Gonzalez, LHP
    18.0 IP, 2-1, 3.50 ERA, 1.22 WHIP
    Gonzalez gave up six runs on nine hits over six innings in a loss to the Braves in his last start. He tied a season highs for strikeouts (six) and set a season for walks (four). The southpaw is 1-1 with a 1.13 ERA against the Cardinals in two starts.
    Saturday, April 19, 1:05 PM EDT , Nationals Park


    Lance Lynn, RHP
    18.0 IP, 3-0, 4.00 ERA, 1.28 WHIP
    Lynn in his past start pitched seven scoreless innings for the third time in his career. He struck out 11 and showed terrific command of his four-seam fastball. He also altered his pregame routine in an effort to keep from being knocked around early.
    Jordan Zimmermann, RHP
    13.2 IP, 1-0, 5.27 ERA, 1.54 WHIP
    Zimmermann went a season-best seven innings, allowing two runs on six hits with seven strikeouts and a walk in a win over the Marlins. He is 0-3 with an 8.27 ERA against the Cardinals in six career starts.
    Sunday, April 20, 1:35 PM EDT , Nationals Park

    Shelby Miller, RHP
    17.1 IP, 1-2, 4.67 ERA, 1.44 WHIP
    Miller on Wednesday picked up his first win while limiting the Brewers to one run over six innings. His fastball command was particularly sharp. Home runs have been Miller's Achilles' heel thus far, as he has given up five in 17 1/3 innings.
    Stephen Strasburg, RHP
    21.0 IP, 1-2, 6.00 ERA, 1.57 WHIP
    Strasburg gave up a season-high six earned runs in a season-low four innings in a loss to the Marlins. Hitters were aggressive and swung early in the count. He has given up 14 earned runs on 24 hits in 21 innings.
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    The game is on 440 on DISH. It's also on MLB Network for those of you not in the St. Louis area.
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    Cardinals (9-6) at Nationals (9-6) April 17-20

    Off to a good start!

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    Great start.

    Tomorrow's game is incredibly interesting to me

    So far we've faced 3 left handed starters. Cingranni kept us pinned down the first game, we hit him hard the second.

    We couldn't seem to do anything vs Liriano last year. Again, this year we hit him hard.

    Would be great to get another win by one of the best left handers in baseball

    I think adding Peralta and Bourjos were huge to help this this this season.

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    Jason Werth's walkup music is the GOT theme song lolol

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    I really wish we still had Axford. I wanted us to bring him back before but after we non tendered him I knew we weren't

    Long term I think we are fine, especially when Motte is back but over the next few weeks till then that extra quality arm would be nice to have.

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    I missed a beauty by wainwright
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    Gosh, Wacha is exciting to watch. He's looking more like an ace everytime i see him
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    Wow, that inning didn't end well. Bases loaded, nobody out. Wacha gets the strike out and the short tapper to get the out at home, then the wild pitch that scores two runs. Not used to seeing that.
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    That was frustrating

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    Just when you think Jay might be taking ahold of the CF playing time with 2 hits. Even if one was a light single that just barely lofted over the 2B, he makes an incredibly dumb play getting thrown out trying to take third when we would have had a chance blow the game open.

    Damn that was stupid

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    Siegrist looked good today in his appearance

    Vintage Rosenthal. Getting hit by a line drive and then starts throwing 98-99 again. Very nicely done
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skippy15 View Post
    Just when you think Jay might be taking ahold of the CF playing time with 2 hits. Even if one was a light single that just barely lofted over the 2B, he makes an incredibly dumb play getting thrown out trying to take third when we would have had a chance blow the game open.

    Damn that was stupid
    He's not the only one making mistakes.. The team as a whole have made a ton so far.. Not accustom to seeing this out of the Birds..

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    Yea. Very sloppy playing, especially last night. It cost them the game. Carpenter should've caught the ball at third and ni runs would've scored that inning.
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    Yea. Very sloppy playing, especially last night. It cost them the game. Carpenter should've caught the ball at third and no runs would've scored that inning.
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