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Cardinals walk away with win (0:31)

Final: Cardinals 9, Rockies 8

St. Louis entered the bottom of the 9th down 2 runs, but Jhonny Peralta tied it up with a 2-run single and Greg Garcia walked to score the winning run and help St. Louis avoid a third straight loss. Box score

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Young aces struggled tonight

  • Cardinals' Carlos Martinez, entered tonight with a 2.34 ERA, allowed 10 hits and 5 runs.
  • Braves' Shelby Miller, entered tonight with a 2.27 ERA, allowed a career-high 11 hits.

Matt Carpenter brings out the big bat

The Cardinals are out to a 4-1 lead on the Rockies thanks to a 3-run shot from the St. Louis 3B. Both starting pitchers have allowed 5 hits, but Carlos Martinez has worked around the trouble. Colorado's Chris Rusin hasn't been so lucky. Follow live

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Cards done adding to outfield?

Even with Matt Holliday going on the disabled list, the Cardinals reportedly aren't interested in trading for another outfielder. St. Louis already acquired 1B/OF Brandon Moss Thursday morning. MLB rumors roundup

Cardinals' Matt Holliday on DL

St. Louis placed the left fielder on the 15-day DL today after he re-injured his right quad. Holliday's .409 on-base percentage leads the team. The Cardinals traded for Indians OF Brandon Moss today.

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Cards deal for Brandon Moss (2:25)
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Did Cards panic over Matt Holliday?

Despite Holliday's injury, ESPN's Keith Law questions the Brandon Moss trade: "I can't get over the Cards giving up [Rob] Kaminsky, a former first-round pick who has performed very well throughout his pro career." 'Utterly baffling' (Insider)

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How does Holliday's injury impact Cardinals? (1:59)
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Reds blank Cardinals, take series

Reds RHP Anthony DeSclafani struck out 3 and gave up just 3 hits over 7 scoreless innings as the Reds beat the MLB-best Cardinals 1-0. Reds RF Jay Bruce's solo shot in the second was the lone run of the game. Box score

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Cardinals' Holliday exits loss with quad strain

Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday left Wednesday's 1-0 loss to the Reds with a right quad strain after pulling up while running to first base on a double play that ended the first inning.

Matt Holliday leaves injured, Reds lead

The Cardinals LF appeared to injure his quad trying to run out a double play in the first and has left the game. Then Reds RF Jay Bruce hit a HR just out of CF Randal Grichuk's reach in the top of the second to give Cincy a 1-0 lead. Follow live

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

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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

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs39719th
Batting Average.25412th
On Base Percentage.32110th
Slugging Percentage.38621st
Earned Run Average2.631st
Quality Starts691st
WHIP1.206th
BAA.2403rd

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