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    Cardinals (39-33) vs. Phillies (32-38) June 19-22

    Philadelphia Phillies @ St. Louis Cardinals

    Thursday, June 19, 7:15 PM CDT , Busch Stadium
    David Buchanan, RHP

    Buchanan picked up the win Saturday in a 7-4 victory over the Cubs. He allowed six hits, three runs, one walk and struck out five in five innings. He suffered from the long ball, surrendering three solo home runs.
    Shelby Miller, RHP

    After enduring struggles at times this season with his mechanics and focus, Miller has found a rhythm in his last two starts. He followed up his second-career complete game on June 7 with 6 2/3 innings of one-run ball on Saturday.
    Friday, June 20, 7:15 PM CDT , Busch Stadium

    A.J. Burnett, RHP

    Burnett worked eight innings and allowed three runs in a 3-0 loss to Chicago in Philly. Burnett has allowed just five earned runs in his last 15 1/3 innings of work.
    Jaime Garcia, LHP

    Since allowing six runs in five innings on June 3 vs. the Royals, Garcia has allowed just one run in his last two starts, spanning 14 innings. While he allowed five homers in his first four starts, the southpaw hasn't allowed any in his last two.
    Saturday, June 21, 3:10 PM CDT , Busch Stadium

    Cole Hamels, LHP

    Hamels is on a roll. He has a 23 2/3-inning scoreless streak (his longest since a 25-inning scoreless streak in 2010), a 0.30 ERA in four starts this month and a 1.56 ERA in eight starts since May 6.
    Adam Wainwright, RHP

    After missing his scheduled start Monday due to tendinitis behind his right elbow, Wainwright will return to the rotation Saturday. The right-hander has been a workhorse this season, logging 100 1/3 innings in 14 starts with a 2.15 ERA.

    Sunday, June 22, 1:15 PM CDT , Busch Stadium


    Kyle Kendrick, RHP

    He allowed 15 runs in the first inning in his first 13 starts this season, including at least a run in seven of the last eight, but he halted that trend with a scoreless first Tuesday in a win over Atlanta at Turner Field.
    Michael Wacha, RHP

    Wacha returned to form in his Tuesday start against the Mets by allowing one run in six innings. The young right-hander has allowed three or fewer runs in 14 of 15 starts, the lone exception when he allowed four runs in his June 11 outing.
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    I guess we're trying to get the Phillies back into the NL East race...
    LINSANITY IS BACK FOOLS!!

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    Hmm...
    Gonna be glad when wacha and waino are back

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    Wainwright, Wacha and Lynn have all been very dependable. Miller has been pretty much great or bad and Garcia is being victimized IMO by Matheny leaving him in too long. You can almost always see when he's losing it and at that point it's gone. But Matheny still leaves him in.

    Martinez is like halfway stretched out right now, it wouldn't take much to re stretch him. I think we need to consider it soon

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    Matheny smartly moves Holliday into 2nd spot with Holliday still posting a strong on base but not so great slugging

    Matheny dumbly keeps Craig hitting 4th. He's a real ****ing fool

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    Got a split with a team who was playing great, I'm good with that

    We are 11-4 In our last 15

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