August 29: Cardinals @ Brewers

Jenifer Langosch/MLB.com

Records: Cardinals (68-61, -14.0 in NL Central), Brewers (56-74, -26.5 in NL Central)

Wild Card: Giants (+2.5), Cardinals, Pirates (-0.5), Marlins (-1.5), Mets (-2.5)

First pitch: 6:20 pm CT

TV/Radio: Fox Sports Midwest, 1120 KMOX

Cardinals lineup: Matt Carpenter (1B), Jedd Gyorko (SS), Brandon Moss (LF), Stephen Piscotty (RF), Yadier Molina (C), Jhonny Peralta (3B), Randal Grichuk (CF), Kolten Wong (2B), Carlos Martinez (RHP)

Brewers lineup: Jonathan Villar (3B), Scooter Gennett (2B), Ryan Braun (LF), Hernan Perez (RF), Chris Carter (1B), Kirk Nieuwenhuis (CF), Orlando Arcia (SS), Martin Maldonado (C), Zach Davies RHP)

Transactions: The Cardinals have placed RHP Mike Leake on the DL with shingles and recalled LHP Dean Kiekhefer from Triple-A Memphis

Reading material:

  • With his recovery going slower than expected, Leake has been placed on the DL (link)
  • Game recap from the Cardinals’ 7-4 loss to the A’s on Sunday (link)
  • Why do the Cardinals have so much trouble winning at home? (link)
  • Matt Carpenter supplied most of the Cardinals’ offense in Sunday’s loss (link)
  • Greg Garcia explains why there’s a patch of dry dirt behind him at every home game (link)

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9 Comments

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Huh?

9 road games 9 ?, because who knows what you’ll get from this team.

Oh, did you see Jen’s tweet? Reyes now part of the starting rotation. ‘Bout time. Altho’ pre-game…they did say Leake would probably be out only a week or so.

She also tweeted this – good grief Brayan Pena trying to work his way back onto Major League club to be a threat at the plate: atmlb.com/2bRPFD1 https://t.co/ngLDhBKQws

I have to assume that despite Pena’s rehab progress? The Cards won’t realistically consider Brayan for spot on the active roster. Whether it’s now or in the future.
If Yadi’s in Pena’s corner and pushin’ it? They may just be saying Pena might return for Yadi’s benefit.
That article, keep in mind…is only Pena’s perspective & what his thoughts are.
I have a med background, and there’s gotta’ be a doc SOMEWHERE, who told the Cards’ management that a guy who’s 5′ 9″, 240 lbs and 34 y/o is NOT a good bet as an effective baseball player, much less an always-on-his-knees catcher. The odds are simply NOT there.

Whatever the outcome? CMart has 11 strike-outs after 5. Awesome!

w????????

OK, Mr Cryptic. Now w????

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