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  • GDT: (L) Cards (Lohse 2-0) @ Brewers (Parra 1-1); 12:05 CDT

    Go get em boys....

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    TEAM W
    L % GB
    Chicago 13
    6 .684 -
    St. Louis 13
    7 .650 0.5
    Milwaukee 11
    8 .579 2.0
    Cincinnati 8
    12 .400 5.5
    Houston 8

    12 .400 5.5
    Pittsburgh 7
    12 .368 6.0

    Albert Pujols has reached base safely in all 20 games. Kewl.
    Last edited by F the Cubs; 04-21-2008, 11:19 PM.
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    • #3
      Today is my brother's 28th birthday. Win one for my brother, Birds. Thanks.

      Happy birthday Tarloin!!!
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      • #4
        You da man, F!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Glovey View Post
          You da man, F!
          Naw mang, you da man. You got the Cards off of their 2-game losing streak. Let's make it a 2-game winning streak.
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          • #6
            Cardinals 9, Brewers 2

            HR: Ludwick, Duncan
            W: Lohse (3-0)
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            • #7
              Why does this team even waste their time telling us when guys will be back. They are NEVER right.

              Cards now say Mulder's not close
              By Joe Strauss
              ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
              04/22/2008


              MILWAUKEE -- The Cardinals originally thought lefthanded starter Mark Mulder would return to the active roster after three rehab starts.

              That timetable apparently is no longer in force.

              General manager John Mozeliak said it is possible Mulder will remain on his current rehab assignment for the maximum 30 days while La Russa suggested he might get "10 starts" before facing major-league bats.

              "I don't even put them in the same category. I'm done explaining it," La Russa said when a question compared Pineiro and Mulder. "Mark is going to come up when he's ready to go. He needs to come up not in a process of rehabbing, but ready to pitch like the Mark Mulder of old to the best of his ability. Whatever it takes. There's potentially too much good there."

              Mozeliak said: "If you look at it, the best way to approach it is probably to be conservative. I would say it's going in the direction it's supposed to be. He feels good, but he still has room for improvement."
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              • #8
                Alright time for some Afternoon Delight

                Go Cards Go
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                • #9
                  why is this a day game? today is tuesday, right?
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by cardinalgirl View Post
                    why is this a day game? today is tuesday, right?
                    They have a long trip to Pittsburg after the game.
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                    • #11
                      between Gagne and Turnbow, i don't think i could be a Brewers fan.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Guppy View Post
                        They have a long trip to Pittsburg after the game.
                        this is a two game series? or when it's just two, is it a set? two game set?
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by cardinalgirl View Post
                          this is a two game series? or when it's just two, is it a set? two game set?
                          So is the next series vs the Pirates.
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                            MILWAUKEE -- In the course of a six-month season, it must be admitted that "statements" have little value. As Cardinals manager Tony La Russa is fond of saying, what matters most is accumulating wins.

                            But with all that said, the Cardinals know they have an opportunity on Tuesday. They're already 3-1 against the Brewers, one of the two teams widely predicted to contend for the National League Central championship. For once, St. Louis was not one of those teams, but the Redbirds are trying to get in on the fun.

                            Another win over Milwaukee would help strengthen their case.

                            "It's extra important when you're playing division teams that you're going to see so often," said Adam Wainwright, who started Monday night's win. "The more good games we can play against Milwaukee, Chicago and Houston, the better. Those teams are going to be there down the stretch. We know that. And hopefully they'll get a feeling that we're going to be there down the stretch. We know that, too."

                            Following the early afternoon game, the Cards will head east to Pittsburgh for another two-game series within the division. Then they'll come home for three games against the Astros, capping off a week of NL Central play.

                            La Russa is likely to trot out his lefty lineup on Tuesday, particularly given that it's a day game following a night game. That means Ryan Ludwick and Brian Barton are likely to get starts in the outfield, while Aaron Miles will probably appear at either second base or shortstop.

                            "When I get an opportunity, I have to do my job," said Barton. "You never know when your next opportunity is going to be."

                            Pitching matchup
                            STL: RHP Kyle Lohse (2-0, 1.48 ERA)
                            When you drive in as many runs as you allow, and your ERA goes up, it's probably been a pretty good season thus far. Lohse turned in another solid game, and he's showing no signs of backsliding. Lohse is throwing strikes. He's issued just five walks in 24 1/3 innings. And he has yet to allow a home run in a Cardinals uniform. As long as he keeps limiting the free passes and the long balls, it's going to be a nice year.

                            MIL: LHP Manny Parra (1-1, 5.40 ERA)
                            Parra has not pitched more than four innings since his first outing of the season. In his last start, Thursday in St. Louis, Parra allowed three earned runs on five hits, including a two-run, fourth-inning single by Cardinals pitcher Lohse. Parra also gave up a homer and issued a season-high five walks in Thursday's game that was won by the Brewers on Prince Fielder's two-run home run in the 10th inning.

                            Tidbits
                            The Cardinals are 5-3 on the road this year. ... Albert Pujols has reached base by hit or walk in all 20 St. Louis games in 2008. ... The Cardinals are 4-3 in games started by opposing left-handers. ... Pujols leads the Majors with six intentional walks. ... Skip Schumaker is tied for ninth in the National League with 16 runs scored. ... Rick Ankiel is 6-for-29 (.207) on the road.
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                            • #15
                              well, huh.
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