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St. Louis
vs
Pittsburgh
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
09/08/2019
1:35pm EST

Lines:
St. Louis -1.5
Pittsburgh +1.5

Total:
Over 8.5 (-115)
Under 8.5 (-105)

Community Picks: St. Louis 39% vs Pittsburgh 61%

St. Louis and Pittsburgh Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Pittsburgh
Marcell Ozuna hit a three-run homer, and Adam Wainwright pitched seven strong innings Saturday as the visiting St. Louis Cardinals evened their series against the Pittsburgh Pirates with a 10-1 win. Harrison Bader drove in three with a double and a single, Paul DeJong hit a two-run double, and Dexter Fowler and Tommy Edman hit RBI singles for St. Louis (80-62). Starling Marte had an RBI single for Pittsburgh (62-80). Continue to Article
September 07, 2019 10:49:pm EST
St. Louis
Chicago Cubs star shortstop Javier Báez has a hairline fracture in his left thumb, putting the rest of his season in jeopardy. An MRI in Chicago on Saturday revealed the extent of Báez's injury, suffered when he slid headfirst into second base last Sunday against Milwaukee at Wrigley Field. He'll undergo further examination with a hand specialist on Monday. Continue to Article
September 07, 2019 6:40:pm EST
St. Louis
Chris Duncan, the former outfielder who helped the St. Louis Cardinals win the 2006 World Series, died Friday. He was 38. Continue to Article
September 07, 2019 8:19:am EST
Pittsburgh
Adam Frazier hit a two-run triple and Josh Bell a two-run single during a six-run seventh inning Friday as the Pittsburgh Pirates topped the visiting St. Louis Cardinals 9-4. The Pirates broke an eight-game losing streak against the Cardinals. Kevin Newman had an RBI double, Starling Marte a two-run single, and Melky Cabrera and Jose Osuna each added an RBI single for Pittsburgh, which has won 10 of 14. Continue to Article
September 07, 2019 12:48:am EST
St. Louis
Former St Louis Cardinals outfielder and first baseman Chris Duncan died aged 38 following a long battle with brain cancer. The Cardinals made the announcement on Friday, after Duncan was first diagnosed with glioblastoma in 2012 following the growth of cancer on the left side of his brain. Duncan – a MLB World Series champion in 2006 – left his job with 101 ESPN in January focus on his ongoing cancer battle. Continue to Article
September 06, 2019 11:24:pm EST
 
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