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St. Louis
vs
Pittsburgh
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
04/03/2019
7:05pm EST

Lines:
St. Louis +0.5
Pittsburgh -0.5

Total:
Over 7.5 (+100)
Under 7.5 (-120)

Community Picks: St. Louis 46% vs Pittsburgh 54%

St. Louis and Pittsburgh Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Pittsburgh
Josh Bell didn't read the criticism from an anonymous scout in a national magazine last month, the one that labeled the Pittsburgh Pirates first baseman as a player with ''five o'clock power,'' someone who could put on a show during batting practice only to have all that muscle vanish once the lights came on and pitches started to count. While Bell appreciated Pittsburgh general manager Neal Huntington mounting a spirited defense of Bell in response, he also is aware the critique did not come out of nowhere. No one knows better than Bell that the 12 home runs he put up in 2018 - a massive drop-off from 26 he hit while finishing third in NL Rookie of the Year voting in 2017 - won't do for a team that needs an uptick in offensive production if it wants to be a factor in the wide-open NL Central. Continue to Article
April 02, 2019 6:20:pm EST
Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Pirates general manager Neal Huntington is very unhappy about a quote from an anonymous scout that Sports Illustrated published in its Pirates team preview. The preview was published on March 19, and contained a quote about Pirates first baseman Josh Bell. The scout was asked who he thinks is the most overrated player on the Pirates squad. Continue to Article
March 28, 2019 4:17:pm EST
St. Louis
Paul Goldschmidt's $144.5 million, six-year contract with the St. Louis Cardinals includes a $20 million signing bonus to be paid over the next five years. Goldschmidt had a $14.5 million salary this season in the option year of a contract he signed with Arizona ahead of the 2013 season. That deal originally guaranteed the first baseman $32.5 million for six years and will wind up paying $46 million for seven seasons, including a $1 million assignment bonus for the trade. Continue to Article
March 26, 2019 11:28:pm EST
St. Louis
The St. Louis Cardinals announced a five-year extension for newly acquired first baseman Paul Goldschmidt on Saturday. Financial terms were not revealed, but the St. Louis Post Dispatch reported that it will pay him "around $130 million." The deal will keep Goldschmidt, 31, in St. Louis through the 2024 season. "When we made the trade to acquire Paul, we knew we had added one of the game's premier players," Cardinals' President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak said in a statement. Continue to Article
March 23, 2019 12:32:pm EST
St. Louis
The St. Louis Cardinals announced a five-year extension for newly acquired first baseman Paul Goldschmidt on Saturday. The deal will keep Goldschmidt, 31, in St. Louis through the 2024 season. "When we made the trade to acquire Paul, we knew we had added one of the game's premier players," Cardinals' President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak said in a statement. Continue to Article
March 23, 2019 12:16:pm EST
 
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