The St. Louis Cardinals (64-44) and Cincinnati Reds (60-50) will continue a three-game National League Central series Saturday at the Great American Ball Park, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:10 p.m. ET
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The St. Louis Cardinals (62-40) and Pittsburgh Pirates (61-42) will open up a four-game National League Central series at PNC Park Monday night, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05 p.m. ET
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
The St. Louis Cardinals (72-61) and Washington Nationals (80-52) will close out an important National League series on Sunday afternoon at Nationals Park, with the first pitch scheduled for 1:35 ET
St. Louis Cardinals at Washington Nationals
The Pittsburgh Pirates (42-35) and St. Louis Cardinals (40-38) will close out a three-game National League Central series on Sunday afternoon at Busch Stadium, with the first pitch scheduled for 2:15 ET
The St. Louis Cardinals (38-35) and Miami Marlins (34-38) will open up a three-game National League series on Monday night at Marlins Park, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:10 ET
St. Louis Cardinals at Miami Marlins
The Cardinals and Brewers will face off in the NL Championship Series beginning at 4 PM on Sunday afternoon. While the Cardinals did knock out the favored team in the MLB playoffs, Milwaukee presents a host of challenges that they did not encounter against the Phillies. For this reason, MLB Oddsmakers have set the line for both game one and for the series, in the Brewers favor. With such a potent offense and decent pitching, the Brewers promise to be a tough foe for both the Cardinals, and for the Tigers or Rangers, should they advance past this series. All Betting odds are taken from Bodog.
The Toronto Blue Jays and St. Louis Cardinals open up a three-game interleague series Friday night at Busch Stadium
Toronto Blue Jays at St. Louis Cardinals
The Blue Jays look to finish the month with the most home runs in baseball and pick up a fifth-straight victory on their current homestand.
Cleveland Indians at Toronto Blue Jays
Cleveland has lost six of seven games and the starting rotation has given up 16 runs over 10 innings during a current three-game skid. The Indians’ offense managed to collect just five hits, while allowing a six-run fourth inning in a 8-1 loss to the Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre last night. “I think the night belonged to Shaun Marcum,” said manager Manny Acta. “He was fantastic.” Today’s game will be the second of a seven-game road trip that has the club traveling to Toronto and Boston. The Tribe is 19-34 in road games this year (-530) and the total is 24-26 O/U in those contests. Cleveland is also 12-21 against the AL East division, while having a winning 20-18 mark against their own division. The club has been very successful playing on Saturdays, notching a 10-7 record (+660).