St. Louis 64-56 | 30-33 away
vs Kansas City 44-78 | 24-37 home
Tuesday 8:15pm ET
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St. Louis vs Kansas City Predictions

Tue, Aug 13, 8:15pm ET at Ewing M. Kauffman Stadium
Starting Pitchers
Jack Flaherty (5-6) ERA: 3.72
L3: S/O: 9.3 WHIP: 0.6 ER: 0.7 IP: 6.7
Glenn Sparkman (3-7) ERA: 5.58
L3: S/O: 3 WHIP: 2 ER: 5 IP: 4.8
Odds
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STL
KC
O/U
-170
+160
9.5
-245
+225
9.5

Consensus Picks


Computer STL -240 u/9.5
*Community STL -245 74% u/9.5 50%

*Consensus from 1753 predictions.

Highlights
54024thRuns52927th
.24425thBatting Average.24523rd
.31722ndOn Base Percentage.30924th
.40625thSlugging Percentage.40327th
24th OFFENSE 25th
26th Hits 22nd
12th Strike Outs 11th
6th DEFENSE 25th
7th Hits 26th
17th Strike Outs 29th
2019 NL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
St. Louis 64 56 .533 W1
Chicago 64 58 .525 L4
Milwaukee 63 59 .516 L1
Cincinnati 57 64 .471 L1
Pittsburgh 51 70 .421 W1
2019 AL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Minnesota 74 48 .607 W2
Cleveland 73 50 .593 L1
Chicago 55 66 .455 W1
Kansas City 44 78 .361 W1
Detroit 37 82 .311 W1
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  • -225 is too much to lay for me. Royals are coming off of two games where they dominated the Tigers. Yes the Tigers are the worst team in the MLB, but they have been playing teams tough. With that said I think Flaherty limits them to 4 or less and the Cards score 6 or more off Sparkman. Gimme the over here

    My Pick: Over 9.5 50%
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  • @SimonSays • 4d

    Seven games and 46 innings is a huge sample size, so we know that Flaherty is going to come out like a house on fire against Kansas City on Tuesday. With that, Glenn Sparkmans ERA of 3.00 at home this year, and the Royals propensity for unders in interleague games (23-7 in last 30 interleague games), we have ourselves an absolute under play on our hands.

    My Pick: Under 9.5 50%
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      I feel like something was left out here lol. What was seven games and 46 innings? Over 9.5 50%

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  • @Royals • 4d

    Royals Review: Cardinals casually defeat Royals in 2-0 contest

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    The last time the St. Louis Cardinals had a losing season was 2007. Somewhat conveniently for the comparison I am about to make, that lines up with Dayton Moore's first season as general manager of the Kansas City Royals.

    In the 12 full seasons since then, the Cardinals made the playoffs six times--half--and won two World Series. The Royals, meanwhile, made the playoffs twice, and while they were more efficient with their playoff trips, that didn't exactly mean much in, say, 2012, when the Royals lost 90 games and the Cardinals were one out from a third World Series appearance.

    The last time the St. Louis Cardinals had a losing season was 2007. Somewhat conveniently for the comparison I am about to make, that lines up with Dayton Moore's first season as general manager of the Kansas City Royals.

    In the 12 full seasons since then, the Cardinals made the playoffs six times--half--and won two World Series. The Royals, meanwhile, made the playoffs twice, and while they were more efficient with their playoff trips, that didn't exactly mean much in, say, 2012, when the Royals lost 90 games and the Cardinals were one out from a third World Series appearance.

  • @Royals • 4d

    Royals Review: Game 121 Thread: Royals vs. Cardinals

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    Time for Royals fans to be educated on how to play the game THE RIGHT WAY. The Cardinals are trying to stay in the hunt for the division, but the Cubs may be pulling away. They get a boost with Yadier Molina back in the lineup tonight. The Royals also made a roster move, bringing up Jacob Barnes, who they claimed off waivers from the Brewers last week, and sending Eric Skoglund to Triple-A Omaha.

    Remember, please clap politely for all bunts!

    Yadier Molina returns for the St. Louis Cardinals:

    Meanwhile, the Royals are hoping they can get a spark with Sparkman:

    The Royals are 1-1 against the Cardinals this season, having split a series all the way back in May.

    Time for Royals fans to be educated on how to play the game THE RIGHT WAY. The Cardinals are trying to stay in the hunt for the division, but the Cubs may be pulling away. They get a boost with Yadier Molina back in the lineup tonight. The Royals also made a roster move, bringing up Jacob Barnes, who they claimed off waivers from the Brewers last week, and sending Eric Skoglund to Triple-A Omaha.

    Remember, please clap politely for all bunts!

    Yadier Molina returns for the St. Louis Cardinals:

    Meanwhile, the Royals are hoping they can get a spark with Sparkman:

    The Royals are 1-1 against the Cardinals this season, having split a series all the way back in May.

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