St. Louis 40-37 | 16-21 away
vs Miami 30-46 | 13-25 home
Wednesday 7:10pm ET

St. Louis vs Miami Wed, Jun 12

7:10pm ET at Marlins Park
Starting Pitchers
M Mikolas (4-6) ERA: 4.54
L3: S/O: 5.3 WHIP: 1.2 ER: 2.3 IP: 6
Jordan Yamamoto (0-0) ERA: 0.00

Consensus Picks

Computer MIA +173 u/8
*Community STL -182 76% u/8 65%

*Consensus from 1136 predictions.

35519thEarned Run Average4.2220th
.24321stQuality Starts375th
19th OFFENSE 30th
21st Hits 25th
8th Strike Outs 17th
10th DEFENSE 12th
5th Hits 8th
20th Strike Outs 17th
2019 NL Central Standings
Chicago 42 35 .545 W1
Milwaukee 42 36 .538 W2
St. Louis 40 37 .519 L1
Pittsburgh 36 40 .474 W4
Cincinnati 36 40 .474 L2
2019 NL East Standings
Atlanta 46 32 .590 W2
Philadelphia 39 38 .506 L7
Washington 37 40 .481 L2
New York 37 41 .474 L1
Miami 30 46 .395 W4
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  • @Covers • 2w

     St. Louis Cardinals vs Miami Marlins on 2019-06-12 added by Covers

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    St. Louis Cardinals
    (76% consensus). Marcell Ozuna has punished his former team in the first two contests of the series and hopes to continue the trend when the St. Louis Cardinals visit the Miami Marlins on Wednesday for the finale of their three-game set. Ozuna, who was acquired from the Marlins after the 2017 season, recorded two hits and scored twice in the series opener before launching his team-best 18th homer and reaching on a single in Tuesdays 7-1 victory...

  • @OddsShark • 2w

    Betting Prediction for St. Louis Cardinals vs Miami Marlins on June 12, 2019, 7:10 PM ET

     St. Louis Cardinals vs Miami Marlins on 2019-06-12 added by OddsShark

    Free Betting Prediction: Miami will Win and the Total will go Under .

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  • @Cardinals • 2w

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Mikolas is slammed as Marlins drub Cardinals 9-0


    MIAMI * Miles Mikolas, who grew up 90 minutes to the north in Jupiter, Fla., had beaten the Miami Marlins twice in his first two starts against them for the Cardinals last year, holding them to two earned runs in 14 innings. But this one was different and the 20 or so family members and friends who made the trek down I-95 Wednesday night, had to turn their heads in the second inning.

    After Miami's Garrett Cooper had tripled out of the reach of diving right fielder Dexter Fowler and ultimately scored the Marlins' first run in the first inning, Cooper came to bat again with the bases loaded and two out in the second.

  • @Marlins • 2w

    CBS Miami: Yamamoto Dazzles In Debut As Marlins Beat Cardinals 9-0


    MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) -- The Miami Marlins have some of the best young pitchers in all of Major League Baseball.

    Jordan Yamamoto pitched seven innings to win his major league debut, and Garrett Cooper hit a grand slam and the Miami Marlins broke a six-game losing streak by beating the St. Louis Cardinals 9-0 Wednesday night.

    Yamamoto, acquired last year in the Christian Yelich trade, allowed three hits and two walks and threw 95 pitches. The rookie also earned an RBI with a squeeze bunt.

    Two relievers completed a three-hitter.

    Yamamoto was recalled from Double-A Jacksonville to fill in for Jose Urena, who went on the 10-day injured list with a strained lower back.

  • @Marlins • 2w

    Fansided: Marlins prospect Jordan Yamamoto to start finale against the Cards

    Last week, Miami Marlins pitching prospect Jordan Yamamoto and I were talking prior his latest start for the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp about cutting my hair during an interview. This week, Yamamoto will make his Major League debut in the series finale for the Marlins against the St. Louis Cardinals.

    Yamamoto, the Marlins No. 17 minor league prospect, struck out nine batters in his last appearance for Jacksonville, Miami's Double-A affiliate. His promotion to the Majors comes on the heels that the team announced starter Jose Urena would spend time on the I.

  • @Marlins • 2w

    CBS Miami: Marlins Dominated By Rookie Hudson, Cardinals Top Miami 7-1


    MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) -- The Miami Marlins are up to their old tricks, and that's not a good thing.

    Rookie Dakota Hudson allowed one run in a career-high seven innings, and the St. Louis Cardinals handed the Marlins their sixth consecutive defeat Tuesday night, 7-1.

    Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina returned after missing 11 games because of a strained right thumb and went 2 for 5 with a single and double.

    Marcell Ozuna punctuated the victory with a ninth-inning homer, his 18th. He has a career average of .452 (14 for 31) against his former team.

    Hudson (5-3) gave up four hits, struck out six and retired 10 in a row during one stretch for the Cardinals, who have won his past five starts.

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