St. Louis 84-66 | 36-38 away
vs Colorado 66-85 | 40-36 home
Thursday 3:10pm ET
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St. Louis vs Colorado Predictions

Thu, Sep 12, 3:10pm ET at Coors Field
Starting Pitchers
Miles Mikolas (8-13) ERA: 4.25
L3: S/O: 7.3 WHIP: 0.9 ER: 1.7 IP: 5.7
Tim Melville (2-1) ERA: 3.20
L3: S/O: 5 WHIP: 2.3 ER: 2.2 IP: 4.1
Odds
Open
Current
STL
COL
O/U
-153
+143
13.5
-185
+165
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Consensus Picks


Computer STL -174 u/12
*Community STL -185 68% u/12 54%

*Consensus from 1099 predictions.

Highlights
70321stRuns7879th
.24622ndBatting Average.2676th
.32119thOn Base Percentage.32712th
.41424thSlugging Percentage.4567th
21st OFFENSE 9th
25th Hits 6th
12th Strike Outs 23rd
4th DEFENSE 29th
3rd Hits 30th
18th Strike Outs 27th
2019 NL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
St. Louis 84 66 .560 W1
Chicago 82 68 .547 W5
Milwaukee 81 69 .540 W3
Cincinnati 70 81 .464 L1
Pittsburgh 65 85 .433 L3
2019 NL West Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Los Angeles 97 54 .642 W1
Arizona 77 74 .510 W1
San Francisco 72 78 .480 W1
San Diego 68 82 .453 L5
Colorado 66 85 .437 W4
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  • @Cardinals • 5d
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    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Hudson strong but Cards shut down again in Colorado

    In a curious role reversal that is inching toward a full-blown concern, the Colorado starters the Cardinals handled with aplomb in St. Louis have stifled them at Coors. For the second time in as many games the Cardinals managed a run and, as a result, lost 2-1 to the Rockies on Wednesday at Coors. The loss allowed the third-place Brewers the chance to gain another game on the division-leading Cardinals, and left the Cubs to do the same with a late game in San Diego. In a series dictated by pitching, the Cardinals have managed two runs, both driven home by Paul Goldschmidt.

    In a curious role reversal that is inching toward a full-blown concern, the Colorado starters the Cardinals handled with aplomb in St. Louis have stifled them at Coors. For the second time in as many games the Cardinals managed a run and, as a result, lost 2-1 to the Rockies on Wednesday at Coors. The loss allowed the third-place Brewers the chance to gain another game on the division-leading Cardinals, and left the Cubs to do the same with a late game in San Diego. In a series dictated by pitching, the Cardinals have managed two runs, both driven home by Paul Goldschmidt.

  • @Cardinals • 5d
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    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Cardinals end trip with homer-happy rout of Rockies

    The Cardinals set a club record with a home run to lead off the first four innings of the game and skated from Colorado with a 10-3 victory Thursday at Coors Field. After scoring just two runs in the first two games of the series -- both losses -- the Cardinals got five home runs from five different players to gain a lead the bullpen had to hold.

    Miles Mikolas allowed three runs on five hits in his five innings of work. Two of the runs he allowed came on solo homers by Nolan Arenado and Josh Fuentes.

    The Cardinals set a club record with a home run to lead off the first four innings of the game and skated from Colorado with a 10-3 victory Thursday at Coors Field. After scoring just two runs in the first two games of the series -- both losses -- the Cardinals got five home runs from five different players to gain a lead the bullpen had to hold.

    Miles Mikolas allowed three runs on five hits in his five innings of work. Two of the runs he allowed came on solo homers by Nolan Arenado and Josh Fuentes.

  • @Cardinals • 6d
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    Viva El Birdos: Deja Vu All Over Again: Cards Lose to Rockies 2-1

    After tonight's game, I couldn't help but thinking I was watching the movie Groundhog Day. For the second night in a row, the Rockies put a hurler on the mound with an ERA over 7.00 to face the Cardinals. For the second night in a row, the Cardinals only allowed 2 runs, but lost to a 2-1 score, with Paul Goldschmidt securing the Cards' only RBI. For the second night in a row, a home run was the difference in the game. For the second night in a row, the Card's bullpen allowed only 2 hits and no runs.

    After tonight's game, I couldn't help but thinking I was watching the movie Groundhog Day. For the second night in a row, the Rockies put a hurler on the mound with an ERA over 7.00 to face the Cardinals. For the second night in a row, the Cardinals only allowed 2 runs, but lost to a 2-1 score, with Paul Goldschmidt securing the Cards' only RBI. For the second night in a row, a home run was the difference in the game. For the second night in a row, the Card's bullpen allowed only 2 hits and no runs.

  • @Rockies • 6d
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    Denver Post: Rockies get strong effort from Senzatela, defeat Cardinals again

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    "Every day is a test."

    That's one of manager Bud Black's pet phrases, one that carries added weight for a number of young players as the Rockies play out September.

    Right-hander Antonio Senzatela certainly passed a big test Wednesday night in Colorado's 2-1 victory over St. Louis. The Rockies rode a go-ahead solo homer from Ian Desmond in the sixth inning to win their second straight over the Cardinals, who are trying to nail down a National League Central title.

    Senzatela, trying to gain traction for next season by performing well at the tail end of this season, allowed one run on four hits over six innings.

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    "Every day is a test."

    That's one of manager Bud Black's pet phrases, one that carries added weight for a number of young players as the Rockies play out September.

    Right-hander Antonio Senzatela certainly passed a big test Wednesday night in Colorado's 2-1 victory over St. Louis. The Rockies rode a go-ahead solo homer from Ian Desmond in the sixth inning to win their second straight over the Cardinals, who are trying to nail down a National League Central title.

    Senzatela, trying to gain traction for next season by performing well at the tail end of this season, allowed one run on four hits over six innings.

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