Kolten Wong’s fourth-inning grand slam carried Lance Lynn and the Cardinals past the Reds Monday night at Busch Stadium, their sixth victory in their last seven games.
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There are two sports foods that are being featured this month and participating in either of them will help a charity. In St. Louis, fans can support Cardinals Care by buying a certain red cupcake and on the other side of the state Kansas City will be holding a hot dog festival to benefit the Negro Leagues Museum.
Ben Yokley has spent the last six weeks pitching for the rookie-level Johnson City Cardinals but now is putting his baseball career on hold for at least two years to begin his active duty commitment to the Air Force.
The Cardinals' loss to the Braves on Sunday was a perfect illustration of why they need to acquire another bat - someone such as the Orioles' Chris Davis - before Friday's trade deadline.
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The Cardinals stranded six runners in scoring position and saw their five-game winning streak come to an end with Sunday's loss to the Braves at Busch Stadium.
The Gateway Grizzlies beat the Normal CornBelters 5-2 on Sunday afternoon at the Corn Crib.
Carlos Martinez outdueled Shelby Miller and a sacrifice fly from Stephen Piscotty drove in the only run of the game in the bottom of the eighth as the Cardinals won their fifth game in a row Saturday night at Busch Stadium.
The Normal CornBelters, scored all of their runs on two homers in a 4-2 win over the Gateway Grizzlies on Saturday night at the Corn Crib.
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TuesDay, July 28, 2015
- Kolten Wong’s fourth-inning grand slam carried Lance Lynn and the Cardinals past the Reds 4-1 Monday night at Busch Stadium, their sixth victory in their last seven games. It was Wong's second career grand slam and 11th homer of the season.
- The win allowed the Cardinals to match their season high of 29 games above .500 (64-35). They picked up a half-game on the idle Pirates and now lead the NL Central by 6 ½ games.
- Jaime Garcia will make his first start since June 24 tonight in the second game of the series. Mike Leake is scheduled to start for the Reds.
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