I think your stats are wrong. They won the series in Milwaukee.
The Cardinals have announced today's attendance as 35,814.
I believe that Lovullo knew exactly what he was doing and saying. I believe he meant to insult Molina. He lit the match and then raised his arms like a child feigning innocence. There is no excuse for a manager to use that word while describing anybody, much less an opposing player a few feet away.
Adam Wainwright is done for the day. He held the Brewers to eight hits, three runs with four strikeouts and two home runs over seven quality innings. He threw 91 pitches, 63 for strikes. He exits with a 3-1 deficit heading into the eighth.
If Wainwright continues to pitch like he did today, he's going to have a great season.
Injuries happen throughout the season. Flaherty will be needed this season. History proves as much.
Fans in some cities can affect players negatively, but I don't think Cardinals fans are like that.
A good argument can be made to back your position, but Wong is still hasn't quite earned the Wainwright treatment.
He has attempted to bunt the other way. If I'm Carpenter, I'd spend some time working on bunting if for no other reason than to get some easy, cheap hits.
With so much data available, it has proven to make sense to shift for lefthanded betters. Don't ignore the fact, however, that smart teams position their infield differently for left and righthanded hitters when the data shows a drastic pattern.
Mental illness is a serious matter, so I wish you hadn't made the bipolar remark. It's beneath you to use that description. Perhaps in the future you will think of a better line. With all that said, I think the Blues should trade Allen.
I thought the offense would have more success against Guerra.
He's a special personality.
Wainwright pitched two more scoreless innings. Moreover, the bullpen was quite taxed last night.
St. Louis is a wonderful soccer town. Thanks for the soccer question.
I don't know if you could say the Cardinals' attack has been dreadful, but you're not far off. It has definitely been disappointing so far.
Greg Holland threw a scoreless frame in the ninth.
The upside is that Holland gets the necessary work and a scoreless frame. He's now in position to win this game if the Cardinals score three runs in the bottom of the ninth.
Well, he's trying to close this one out.
After a review, Tommy Pham has been credited with a leadoff home run in the bottom of the ninth to cut the Brewers' lead to 3-2. The initial call was overturned after a crew chief review. The review took 3 minutes and 18 seconds.
You cannot exclude the second baseman from an infield, my friend.
He's a young kid trying to establish himself in the majors. It takes a while to settle in, especially as a utility infielder who doesn't play all the time. He drew a crucial walk Tuesday night.
I don't know what the fans think, but Pham is respected by his teammates. Oh, and he hit a leadoff home run in the ninth to get the Cardinals within one today.
You've clearly not paid attention to Ozuna's career.
Thanks so much for participating in today's live chat. I'm going to focus on the ninth inning now to then rush down to the clubhouse. See you next week.