St. Louis vs Miami Predictions
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I love Hudson in this matchup and everything is pointing to him having a great game. When you break down the stats and see how the Marlins fair against sinking pitches they are just horrible. The other thing to note is that Hudson has a 62% ground ball rate and I just don't know how the Marlins will get anything going. On the other side, you have Herandez who really has no secondary pitches. That's going to be a big issue and if the roof is open today I htink this cards team actually smashes. They will be patient and sit on pitches and when you know you're going to see nothing but fastballs you just have to assume they are going to get a hold of it. I was looking into under 8 but i'm worried that the Cards will just crush and put up 7-8 of their own which doesn't leave much room for error. I love hudson, but I don't want to bank on him pitching a shut out for an under play.
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I am going with the young gun for the Cards here in Miami. Even though the Marlins have shown serious life as of late I think the Cards and Dakota Hudson will find a way to get this job done. This was a team that many thought had the potential to win the pennant in the National League to start the season and Hudson has arguably been the teams best pitcher on the mound over the past month. Miami struggles to score runs at times and they still rank last in the MLB in runs scored despite their recent outbursts. I like the Cards in this spot60%
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St. Louis Cardinals (76% consensus). The St. Louis Cardinals' road struggles have lasted for over a month, making this week a good time for them to return to a city they have enjoyed visiting over the previous four-plus seasons. The Cardinals continue their three-game series Tuesday in search of their 13th road victory over the Miami Marlins in 16 attempts... http://bit.ly/2E6GXfj
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Fish Stripes: St. Louis hands Miami sixth consecutive defeat
The Miami offense was held in check yet again Tuesday night at Marlins Park, as the Cardinals flew past the Marlins again, 7-1.
Starting in place of lefty Caleb Smith, Elieser Hernandez turned in an impressive outing. The righty tossed 5 2/3 innings, recording seven strikeouts on 96 pitches.
But right-hander Dakota Hudson had plenty of his own success, allowing one run in six innings of work.
St. Louis grabbed an early 1-0 lead in the second, thanks to an RBI triple at the hands of Harrison Bader.
Fansided: Marlins try to end losing streak against the Cardinals
The Miami Marlins will send Elieser Hernandez to the mound on Tuesday when the team tries to end a five-game losing streak in the second of a three-game series against the St. Louis Cardinals.
The 4-1 loss by the Marlins at the hands of St. Louis wasn't the outcome the team hoped for with former Cardinals pitcher Sandy Alcantara. Once again, the Marlins bats couldn't muster consistency and the starting pitcher who was once regarded as the top prospect in Miami's minor league system was erratic.
The up and down season for Alcantara is something that continues to draw criticism from Marlins manager Don Mattingly, who told the media after the game he thought his No.
CBS Miami: Marlins Drop 5th Straight In Series Opener With Cardinals 4-1
MIAMI (CBSmiami/AP) -- The Miami Marlins' season turnaround seems to have hit a speed bump of late.
Michael Wacha pitched six scoreless innings in his return to the St. Louis Cardinals' rotation Monday, and they broke a three-game losing streak by beating Miami 4-1.
Wacha (4-2), who was briefly demoted to the bullpen, benefited from three double plays and a pickoff in his first start since May 22. The former All-Star allowed five hits, struck out four and lowered his ERA to 5.63.
Jordan Hicks worked around a leadoff single in the ninth and struck out two for his 13th save.