TuesDay, Oct. 13, 2015
- The Cardinals were on the wrong side of history Monday night as the Cubs hit six home runs - the most ever in a postseason game - to defeat the Cardinals 8-6 in game three of the Division Series at Wrigley Field. The Cardinals now will have to win today in Chicago to extend their season to a fifth game on Thursday in St. Louis.
- Manager Mike Matheny said after the game that John Lackey will start today on three days' rest. He was the starter and winner in game one, coming out of the game after 86 pitches. Jason Hammel will start for the Cubs. The first pitch is scheduled for 3:37 p.m.
- The status of catcher Yadier Molina is not certain after he had to come out of Monday night's game after aggravating his sore left thumb while batting in the fourth inning.
- The Blues' six-game road trip continues tonight in Calgary. The Blues learned Monday they will be without rookie forward Robby Fabbri for an indefinite period because of a concussion suffered in Saturday night's game in Minnesota.