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2018 Schedule
66-55, 3rd in NL Cent
Ozuna drives homer down left-field line (0:23)
Carpenter taken out of game after being hit by pitch (0:26)
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Cards' Carpenter HBP on hand; X-rays negative

St. Louis slugger Matt Carpenter was hit on the right hand by a pitch from Washington pitcher Matt Grace in the seventh inning of the Cardinals' 4-2 win over the Nationals. X-rays were negative.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Austin Gomber tossed six shutout innings and continues to intrigue, but I still can't make the case in mixed leagues: 4 walks tonight (control often an issue), he's a fly baller and his upcoming schedule is tough (at LAD, at Coors the next two).

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Harrison Bader is doing it all tonight: a diving catch on a Bryce Harper line drive, scored on a wild pitch, a double and an RBI single. He's hitting .333 (15-for-45) in August.


Gant homers, pitches Cardinals to 6-4 win over Nationals

John Gant homered for his first major league hit and pitched one-run ball into the sixth inning, helping the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Washington Nationals 6-4 on Tuesday night for their season-high seventh consecutive victory.

Wong knocks in three runs (0:37)
Turner executes the Jeter jump throw to perfection (0:16)
Gant's first hit is a 2-run homer (0:28)
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Cardinals plan to use Martinez out of pen

Cardinals right-hander Carlos Martinez has started 18 games this season but will find himself coming out of the bullpen if and when he returns from the disabled list, where he's recovering from a shoulder injury.


Nats walked off again, this time by Cards' DeJong

Paul DeJong handed the Washington Nationals a second straight walk-off loss, capping a back-and-forth finish with a game-ending solo homer in the ninth inning of the St. Louis Cardinals' 7-6 victory Monday night.


Cardinals rally to beat Royals 8-2 for 5th straight win

Yadier Molina broke a tie with a two-run single in the seventh inning, Tyson Ross won his St. Louis debut and the Cardinals defeated the Kansas City Royals 8-2 on Sunday to win their fifth straight, matching a season high.

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Cards' Weaver cuts finger on tray, misses start

Cardinals pitcher Luke Weaver cut his finger while opening a food tray in the clubhouse at Kansas City and was scratched from his start against the Royals. Right-hander Tyson Ross made his first start for the Cardinals, getting the win in Weaver's place.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25211th
On Base Percentage.32412th
Slugging Percentage.41217th
Earned Run Average3.777th
Quality Starts6213th