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Monthly Archives: April 2011
The bullpen has made us the Cardiac Cards, but tonight we were the comeback Cards. A sacrifice fly by Daniel Descalso in the ninth tied up the game and it was a Nick Punto triple in the eleventh that put the Cardinals ahead. Chris Carpenter once again turned in a quality start, his fifth on the season, and yet he remains winless. He left the game today after 7 innings … Continue reading
Kyle McClellan picks up his fourth win of the season, remaining undefeated, as the Cardinals offense puts up a huge crooked number in the top of the 6th and Lance Berkman went off on his former team. While Kyle McClellan ended up with the win, it was potentially his least impressive start. Today he was unable to dance out of trouble as he was tagged with 5 earned runs in … Continue reading
The Cardiac Cardinals. After the bullpen failed to hold onto the lead the night before, the bullpen took a 6-0 lead and made it close. Ultimately, it was Eduardo Sanchez striking out Hunter Pence with the game tying run on second base. Kyle Lohse picked up his fourth win of the season, pitching 7 dominant innings before giving way to the bullpen. Lohse has been impressive this season, he sports … Continue reading
It was set to be Lance Berkman‘s homecoming. As Matt Leach stated on Twitter last night, Berkman had written everyone’s stories for them with an RBI double in the top of the 9th to give St. Louis the lead. But things changed quickly. A single, a passed ball, an error, and a wild pitch later and the Astros tied up the game and had Michael Bourn on first, all with … Continue reading
Jake Westbrook got a much needed dominant start as he held the divisional rival Reds to just three hits over six innings. His mirror, Edinson Volquez matched him into the sixth inning when Yadier Molina parked one over the fence for his first home run of the season, plating three runs with it. Molina even mimicked the home run trot of Brandon Phillips. Molina and Phillips were the two players at the … Continue reading