Joey Votto hit a three-run home run in support of Mike Leake, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-0 on Tuesday night.
The Cincinnati Reds will honor Pete Rose with his first ever bobblehead giveaway Sept. 12 against the St. Louis Cardinals.
The St. Louis Cardinals have activated left-hander Jaime Garcia from the 15-day disabled list to start against the Cincinnati Reds.
Wong delivers in the clutch
When one swing of the bat carries an entire team to victory? That's pretty special. When the hitter flips his bat like Kolten Wong did? Even better. Wong's grand slam put him among the day's best. Kahrl: Monday's Top 5
Kolten Wong hit a grand slam that backed Lance Lynn and led the St. Louis Cardinals over the Cincinnati Reds 4-1 Monday night.
Kolten Wong's slam beats Reds
Wong's fourth-inning grand slam was all the Cardinals needed to beat Cincinnati 4-1. Lance Lynn pitched 7 strong innings to get the win. Box score
Goldschmidt powers D-backs early
Arizona has a 3-0 lead over the Mariners in the second inning, thanks to homers from Paul Goldschmidt and Welington Castillo. Follow live
Wong's slam gives Cardinals lead
Kolten Wong clubbed his second career grand slam in the bottom of the 4th to give St. Louis a 4-1 lead over the Reds. Wong's other grand slam came on his first career HR last year. Follow live
Crasnick: Cardinals interested in lind
Jerry Crasnick confirms a report that St. Louis has "legit interest" in acquiring first baseman Adam Lind from the Brewers. Sources tell Crasnick that Lind is at the top of the Cards' wish list. MLB deadline daily
Only small changes in St. Louis
The St. Louis Cardinals acquired a reliever in Steve Cishek. An addition to first base may be next. That'll be as exciting as it gets for the first-place Cards. Updated deadline preview (Insider)
The trade deadline is nearing, and speculation is heating up that the Orioles are seeking a left fielder with power, among other things. Find out what our writers are hearing today.
Power rankings: Cardinals still kings
St. Louis' 63-35 record is 3 1/2 games better than any MLB team. But the team riding the Cards' coattails just made the biggest trade deadline splash so far. Royals lurking
Adonis Garcia's first career home run broke a tie and rookie Matt Wisler worked seven strong innings in helping the Atlanta Braves to a 3-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday.
Braves snag win in St. Louis
The Braves avoided the sweep with a 3-2 win over the MLB-best Cardinals, who lost for just the 13th time at home this season. RHP Matt Wisler struck out three over 7 IP in his fifth win of the season. Box score
Saturday's Top Five: Martinez tops Miller
In a pitchers' duel with the Braves' Shelby Miller, Carlos Martinez threw eight shutout innings to earn a 1-0 win. The performance landed Martinez among Saturday's top performers. Kahrl: Saturday's Top Five
Pinch-hitter Stephen Piscotty got his first career RBI with a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning and Carlos Martinez outdueled former teammate Shelby Miller as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the At
Final: Cardinals 1, Braves 0
Carlos Martinez scattered six hits over eight scoreless innings, lowering his ERA to 2.34 in the process. The Cardinals turned to the bullpen to close out the Braves in the ninth, extending their win streak to five games.
Cardinals edge ahead
After 7 1/2 innings of scoreless baseball, the Cardinals finally pushed across a run on a sac fly in the bottom of the 8th. They'll take a 1-0 lead into the 9th against the Braves, looking to win their fifth consecutive game. Follow live
Pitchers' duel living up to hype
Shelby Miller and Carlos Martinez came into tonight's matchup with ERAs ranked among the league leaders. Neither has given up a run as we head to the fifth inning in St. Louis. Follow live
Matchup of the night: Miller vs. Martinez
Young Braves ace Shelby Miller (2.33 ERA) vs. electric Cardinals SP Carlos Martinez (2.51) is tonight's marquee showdown. Their ERAs are T-9th and T-12th in MLB, respectively. Follow live
When Steve Cishek heard he might be traded, the side-arm reliever hoped it would be to the St. Louis Cardinals. He got his wish.
Randal Grichuk homered and rookie Tim Cooney threw seven solid innings to earn his first major league win, leading the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Friday night
Final: Cardinals 4, Braves 2
Randal Grichuk cannot be stopped. His 4th homer in the past 6 games, en route to a 2-for-3 night from the plate, powered St. Louis past Atlanta. Box score
On Base Percentage.3229th
Earned Run Average2.641st
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