Miami vs St. Louis Predictions
|*Community||STL -175 75%||u/8.5 51%|
*Consensus from 1334 predictions.
|34929th||Earned Run Average||4.1121st|
Trevor Richards has out of control reverse splits and that will not bode well for him against this right handed heavy cards team. At least Goldy is out of the lineup and I'm curious to how Edman and Wieters will bat him since they are both switch hitters. Pnoce De Leon has a killer era but his number definatly do not support that so I see some value on the over tonight. 8.5 is pretty high for this park and that so I'll take the over in hopes one of these two pitchers blows up
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St. Louis Cardinals (72% consensus). The Miami Marlins answered being shut out for the 13th time this season by blanking the St. Louis Cardinals for the second time in 2019 to even their four-game series at one win apiece. The Marlins look to ride the momentum of just their third victory in 12 contests into Wednesday's game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis... http://bit.ly/2Et5o7c
Betting Prediction for Miami Marlins vs St. Louis Cardinals on June 19, 2019, 8:15 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Miami will Win and the Total will go Under .
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Goldschmidt goes very deep as Cardinals beat Marlins 2-1 in 11 innings
Paul Goldschmidt, who was supposed to getting the day off, instead came into Wednesday's game in the ninth inning and then hit a monstrous blast in the 11th inning to give the Cardinals a 2-1 win over the Marlins.
Goldschmidt hit a 2-2 pitch from Adam Conley 453 feet to left field, clearing the bleachers above the Marlins bullpen. It was his 14th home run of the season and his fifth career walk-off homer.
Daniel Ponce de Leon left after six innings with a 1-0 lead and a shot at his first big-league win, but the Marlins strung together three singles in the eighth to tie the game and send it to extra innings, tied at 1-1.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Cardinals have four new faces in lineup for Marlins game
After the Cardinals offense had just two hits on Tuesday night, manager Mike Shildt did a major overhaul for Wednesday's game with the Marlins at Busch Stadium.
Four starters from Tuesday are gone, with four new faces in a lineup that looks more like one from a day game following a night game.
Out of the lineup are Harrison Bader, Paul Goldschmidt, Kolten Wong and Yadier Molina. In the lineup are Jose Martinez, Rangel Ravelo, Tommy Edman and Matt Wieters. If nothing else, the Cardinals will have a good bench if needed.
CBS Miami: Rookie Yamamoto Dazzles On The Mound, Marlins Beat Cardinals
ST. LOUIS (CBSMiami/AP) -- Rookie Jordan Yamamoto led the Miami Marlins to a 6-0 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday night.
In his first two starts, Yamamoto has done things that have been accomplished once, or not at all, in the past century.
It's been a dream debut for the 23-year-old rookie, who was acquired by the Marlins in the Christian Yelich trade and summoned from Double-A to the majors earlier this month.
Yamamoto dazzled again on Tuesday night, matching his first career start by pitching seven scoreless innings against St. Louis.
Yamamoto (2-0) allowed two hits, struck out seven and walked two.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Yamamoto shuts down Cardinals again as Miami wins 6-0
The good news for the Cardinals after Tuesday night's 6-0 loss to Miami is that they won't have to face Marlins pitcher Jordan Yamamoto again in 2019.
The rookie put together his second masterful outing against the Cards, holding them to no runs and two hits after holding them scoreless in a seven-inning outing seven days earlier in his major league debut.
A double by Jack Flaherty in the third inning and a single by Dexter Fowler in the seventh were the only hits Yamamoto (2-0) allowed. And they were the only hits the Cardinals had all night.