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2019 St. Louis Cardinals season

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The 2019 St. Louis Cardinals season was the 138th for the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball (MLB), a franchise in St. Louis, Missouri. It was the 128th season for the Cardinals in the National League (NL), and their 14th at Busch Stadium III. On September 22, 2019, the Cardinals defeated the Chicago Cubs 3–2 to clinch their first playoff berth since 2015.[1] On September 29, the Cardinals clinched the National League Central for the first time since 2015,[2] and defeated the Atlanta Braves in the NLDS on October 9.[3] They went on to play the Washington Nationals in the NLCS, but were swept in four games.

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Season standings

National League Central

NL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
St. Louis Cardinals 91 71 0.562 50–31 41–40
Milwaukee Brewers 89 73 0.549 2 49–32 40–41
Chicago Cubs 84 78 0.519 7 51–30 33–48
Cincinnati Reds 75 87 0.463 16 41–40 34–47
Pittsburgh Pirates 69 93 0.426 22 35–46 34–47


National League playoff standings

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Los Angeles Dodgers 106 56 0.654
Atlanta Braves 97 65 0.599
St. Louis Cardinals 91 71 0.562
Wild Card teams
(Top 2 teams qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Washington Nationals 93 69 0.574 +4
Milwaukee Brewers 89 73 0.549
New York Mets 86 76 0.531 3
Arizona Diamondbacks 85 77 0.525 4
Chicago Cubs 84 78 0.519 5
Philadelphia Phillies 81 81 0.500 8
San Francisco Giants 77 85 0.475 12
Cincinnati Reds 75 87 0.463 14
Colorado Rockies 71 91 0.438 18
San Diego Padres 70 92 0.432 19
Pittsburgh Pirates 69 93 0.426 20
Miami Marlins 57 105 0.352 32


Record vs. opponents


Source: MLB Standings Grid – 2019
Team AZ ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 4–3 2–4 3–3 9–10 8–11 3–4 2–5 2–5 4–2 6–1 11–8 10–9 3–3 4–3 14–6
Atlanta 3–4 5–2 3–4 3–3 2–4 15–4 3–3 11–8 9–10 5–2 5–2 5–2 4–2 11–8 13–7
Chicago 4–2 2–5 8–11 3–3 3–4 6–1 9–10 5–2 2–5 11–8 4–3 4–2 9–10 2–4 12–8
Cincinnati 3–3 4–3 11–8 3–3 1–5 6–1 8–11 3–4 3–4 7–12 5–2 4–3 7–12 1–5 9–11
Colorado 10–9 3–3 3–3 3–3 4–15 5–2 5–2 2–4 3–4 2–5 11–8 7–12 2–5 3–4 8–12
Los Angeles 11–8 4–2 4–3 5–1 15–4 5–1 4–3 5–2 5–2 6–0 13–6 12–7 3–4 4–3 10–10
Miami 4–3 4–15 1–6 1–6 2–5 1–5 2–5 6–13 10–9 3–3 4–2 3–3 3–4 4–15 9–11
Milwaukee 5–2 3–3 10–9 11–8 2–5 3–4 5–2 5–1 4–3 15–4 3–4 2–4 9–10 4–2 8–12
New York 5–2 8–11 2–5 4–3 4–2 2–5 13–6 1–5 7–12 5–1 3–3 3–4 2–5 12–7 15–5
Philadelphia 2–4 10–9 5–2 4–3 4–3 2–5 9–10 3–4 12–7 4–2 3–3 3–4 4–2 5–14 11–9
Pittsburgh 1–6 2–5 8–11 12–7 5–2 0–6 3–3 4–15 1–5 2–4 6–1 5–2 5–14 3–4 12–8
San Diego 8–11 2–5 3–4 2–5 8–11 6–13 2–4 4–3 3–3 3–3 1–6 9–10 4–2 4–3 11–9
San Francisco 9–10 2–5 2–4 3–4 12–7 7–12 3–3 4–2 4–3 4–3 2–5 10–9 3–4 1–5 11–9
St. Louis 3–3 2–4 10–9 12–7 5–2 4–3 4–3 10–9 5–2 2–4 14–5 2–4 4–3 5–2 9–11
Washington 3–4 8–11 4–2 5–1 4–3 3–4 15–4 2–4 7–12 14–5 4–3 3–4 5–1 2–5 14–6

Season summary

On Opening Day, versus the Milwaukee Brewers, catcher Yadier Molina extended his team-record for Opening Day starts with 15.[4] However, the Cardinals would lose the game 5–4.[5] The following game, newly acquired first baseman Paul Goldschmidt homered three times in a 9−5 win over the Brewers, making him the fastest player to hit a three-home run game with a new team. He also drove in five runs.[6] This would be the only game the Cardinals would win in the 4-game series.

April would start out strong for the Cardinals with them winning 7 out of their 9 first games of the month, including a sweep of the Los Angeles Dodgers. The following series would be more rough, with them splitting a 2-game series against the Cincinnati Reds and going 1–2 in a series against the Milwaukee Brewers[7] (where right fielder Tyler O'Neil and pitcher Mike Mikolas would both be injured)[8] and causing them to lose their first-place position and fall to third. After another loss against the New York Mets on April 19, they would go back on a winning streak winning 9 of their last 10 games. However, center fielder Harrison Bader would be injured on April 17 and just 2 days later pitcher Michael Wacha would be injured, but he would be reactivated 10 days later.[8] At the end of the month the Cardinals would have a 19–10 record with a .655 winning percentage, the best in the league.[7][9]

The first two games of May were finishing up a 4-game series against the Washington Nationals, which the Cardinals took 3 of the 4 games. The Cardinals were 3 games ahead of the second place team the Chicago Cubs (their arch rival) which they would be playing against next. But things would turn southward for the Cardinals as they would be swept by them. This would be followed by a 3-game series against the Philadelphia Phillies, the leader of the NL East division, which they would only win one game out of. Now having fallen back to third, they would have to play a 4-game series against the Pittsburgh Pirates, the 4th place team in their division. Despite a 17–4 win to kick off the series, they would lose the next 3 games and fall to fourth place. For the following 5 series against the Atlanta Braves (twice), Texas Rangers, Kansas City Royals, and Philadelphia Phillies, they would only win 1 game of each and lose the rest leading to a 5–9 record. With a win against the Chicago Cubs to close the month, they would end it 9-18 for a record of 28-28 as they struggled to keep their record above .500. Also on the last day, catcher Yadier Molina was injured and would be out for 10 days.[7][10][9]

The first two games of June were against the Chicago Cubs which the Cardinals would sweep. But after splitting a two-game series against the Reds, the Cardinals would face the Cubs once again, but this time they were swept. During this series on June 8, rookie shortstop Tommy Edman would be called up from the Memphis Cardinals. The following 2 series against the Miami Marlins and New York Mets seemed to be a return to normal. Although pitcher Adam Wainwright was injured in the first game against the Marlins, the Cardinals would be able to beat them. They would also win the second game when Yadier Molina returned, but would lose the third 9-0 and be limited to just 2 hits. With this being against the worst team in the NL, it was particularly hard. They would win the series against the New York Mets 3-1 and play against the Marlins again and split the series 2–2 with Tommy Edman hitting his first home in the MLB in the final game on June 20, though they would still lose 7–6.[11] They had been 10-8 so far in the month and had advanced backup to third place and were 3 games out of first with 8 games left in the month. They won their next 2 games against the Los Angeles Dodgers and were now one game out of first. But, they would go on a 5-game losing streak after this and be outscored 30-10 playing one last game against the Dodgers and two against the Oakland Athletics and San Diego Padres. The final game of the season was against the Padres which they would win ending the month 13-13 making their record 41-41, again at .500. During this time left fielder Marcell Ozuna would be injured leading to Tyler O'Neill to be recalled from the minors.[12][7][9]

Before the All-Star Game, the Cardinals would go 2–1 against the Seattle Mariners and 1–2 against the San Francisco Giants leading to have a record of 44-44 going into the break. The Cardinals were still in third, but now just two games out of first place. On July 11, a day before the first game back, Yadier Molina would be put back on the DL while 3rd baseman Matt Carpenter would be taken off. Coming back from the break the Cardinals would be red hot through the rest of the month. They would win their first series 2–1 against the Arizona Diamondbacks followed by a 2–1 series against the Pittsburgh Pirates (when they would briefly jump into third). But after this, they would go 8-1 going 3–1 against the Cincinnati Reds and sweeping the Pirate's (along with one win against the Houston Astros). With this they had propelled themselves back into first, but only by one game. After losing the final two matches against the Astros and going 1–1 against the Cubs, they would be tied for first. They went 16–9 in the month making their record 57–50 with two months to go in the season. This all with a strong of injuries causing Matt Carpenter, Marcell Ozuna, and Harrison Bader to be sent down to the minors.[13][7][9]

After a win against the Cubs to close out the series, the Cardinals would go on another 5 game losing streak, being swept by the Oakland Athletics and Los Angeles Dodgers and as a result fell back to third. However, the Cardinals would make up for this and go on a 5-game winning streak sweeping the Pittsburgh Pirates and Kansas City Royals. They were helped by the fact that Matt Carpenter, Yadier Molina and Harrison Bader were all added back to the roster. After splitting a 4-game series with the Reds and going 2–1 against the Milwaukee Brewers, The cardinals would go on another 6 game winning streak, sweeping the Colorado Rockies and winning 2 more against the Brewers. After another loss against the Brewers, the Cardinals would win both games of a double-header against the Cincinnati Reds. With an 18–9 record (and only losing 4 games from August 9–31), they now had a 73–58 record and were 3 games in front of the second place team Chicago Cubs.[14][7][9]

The Cardinals continued their winning streak, winning a series against the San Francisco Giants 3-1 and Pittsburgh Pirates 2–1, moving themselves to 4 games ahead in first. However, their next two series wouldn't be as good, with them losing 1–2 against the Colorado Rockies and Milwaukee Brewers. Meanwhile, the Cubs went on a 4-game winning streak meaning the Cardinals were now just 2 games ahead in first. The next series against the Washington Nationals the Cardinals would win 2-1 while the Cubs win streak would snap and they would fall back one game. Meanwhile, the Brewers went on their own 4-game winning streak meaning they were now tied with the Chicago Cubs and in running for the Wild Card spot. With 10 games left in the season, the team the Cardinals would playing against in the series would be the Chicago Cubs. If the Cardinals swept the Cubs, then they would clinch into the playoffs. If the Cubs swept the Cardinals, they would be pushed back to second.[7][9]

In the first game, the Cardinals took a 4–1 lead in the 6th inning. after two scoreless inning, pitcher Carlos Martinez was brought in to close the match in the bottom of the 9th. He would give up 1 walk and 3 hits allowing the Cubs to come back to 4–3 with one out and a man on third. A pitching change would allow Andrew Miller to come in and get the final two outs, but still allow the tying run to come in making it 4–4 with extra innings. In the 10th inning, Matt Carpenter would hit a home run and make it 5-4 Cardinals bringing them back to the same situation. Pitcher Giovanny Gallegos would be brought in to close the game. He would get 3 consecutive outs leading to a Cardinal victory.[15] The Brewers would also win pushing the Cubs down to third. In the second game, the Cubs would take the early 1–0 lead in the second inning. In the 6th inning with the bases loaded by walks, Yadier Molina would come up and hit a single leading to Marcell Ozuna and Matt Carpenter to score making it 2-1 Cardinals. After 3 scoreless innings, the Cardinals would win.[16]

The third game would be more indecisive. After a groundout by Paul Goldschmidt allowed Tommy Edman to score, Cardinals pitcher Dakota Hudson would give up a single and four walks. After a sacrifice fly, the Cubs would be up 3–1. The game would swing back and forth with by the 4th inning the Cardinals being up 5-3 before a two-run homer by Ian Happ would make it 5-5. By the 7th inning the Cardinals retook the lead 7–6 with a two-run homer off of Marcell Ozuna, but the Cubs would retake it in the bottom of the same inning making it 8–7. With no runs in the 8th inning, Craig Kimbrel would come up to pitch for the Cubs. Yadier Molina was the first hitter and the first pitch thrown to him was hammered to left-center tying the game 8-8. Paul DeJong was up next, and the first pitch thrown at him (the second of the inning) was hit also to left-center putting the Cardinals on top 9–8. Following a scoreless bottom of the 9th, the Cardinals would win and be one game away from clinching into the playoffs.[17] The Cubs once again took the lead in the 6th inning at 2–1, but in the 9th inning they once again came back and won it 3–2,[18] clinching the playoff spot. It was the first time the Cardinals swept the Cubs in a 4-game series at Wrigley since the 1930s.

After another win against the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Cardinals would close out a 6-game winning streak and end up losing the next two games of the series. Meanwhile, the Milwaukee Brewers were on a 6-game winning streak and had clinched a playoff berth. Going into the final 3-game series of the season against the Chicago Cubs again, the Brewers were one game behind first place. The Cardinals would lose the first game, but the Brewers would as well. The second game the Cardinals would lose as well extending their losing streak to 4, but the Brewers also lost theirs. In the final game of the season, the Cardinals would beat the Cubs 9–0 with Jack Flaherty pitching 7 innings and only allowing 2 hits.[19] The Brewers would lose their game, but it didn't matter as the Cardinals clinched the division and would go to the postseason. They ended the month 15-12 for a final record of 91–71, which was the lowest number of wins out of any first place team.[7][9]

Game log

Regular season

Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Cardinals player

2019 St. Louis Cardinals Game Log, 91–71 (.562) [20]
March: 1–3 (.250) (Home: 0–0 ; Away: 1–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box / L10
1 March 28 @Brewers 4–5 Chacín (1–0) Mikolas (0–1) Hader (1) 45,304 0–1 L1
2 March 29 @Brewers 9–5 Gant (1–0) Williams (0–1) 30,157 1–1 W1
3 March 30 @Brewers 2–4 Woodruff (1–0) Hudson (0–1) Hader (2) 36,655 1–2 L1
4 March 31 @Brewers 4–5 Barnes (1–0) Hicks (0–1) 35,042 1–3 L2
April: 18–7 (.720) (Home: 12–4 ; Away: 6–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box / L10
5 April 1 @Pirates 6–5 (12) Hicks (1–1) Brault (0–1) Gant (1) 37,336 2–3 W1
6 April 3 @Pirates 5–4 (10) Gant (2–0) Burdi (0–1) Hudson (1) 23,954 3–3 W2
April 4 Padres Postponed (inclement weather) (Makeup date: April 5th)
7 April 5 Padres 3–5 Stock (1–0) Reyes (0–1) Yates (4) 46,615 3–4 L1
8 April 6 Padres 4–6 Wisler (1–0) Miller (0–1) Yates (5) 44,492 3–5 L2
9 April 7 Padres 4–1 Wainwright (1–0) Strahm (0–2) Hicks (1) 44,340 4–5 W1
10 April 8 Dodgers 4–3 Mikolas (1–1) Kelly (1–2) Hicks (2) 35,858 5–5 W2
11 April 9 Dodgers 4–0 Brebbia (1–0) Stripling (0–1) 36,353 6–5 W3
12 April 10 Dodgers 7–2 Flaherty (1–0) Maeda (2–1) 36,244 7–5 W4
13 April 11 Dodgers 11–7 Gallegos (1–0) Báez (0–1) 38,200 8–5 W5
14 April 13 @Reds* 2–5 Hughes (1–0) Wainwright (1–1) Iglesias (2) 16,496 8–6 L1
15 April 14 @Reds* 9–5 Gant (3–0) Garrett (1–1) Hicks (3) 16,793 9–6 W1
16 April 15 @Brewers 7–10 Guerra (1–0) Mayers (0–1) 28,199 9–7 L1
17 April 16 @Brewers 4–8 Woodruff (2–1) Flaherty (1–1) 30,260 9–8 L2
18 April 17 @Brewers 6–3 Wacha (1–0) Burnes (0–2) Hicks (4) 29,817 10–8 W1
19 April 19 Mets 5–4 Lugo (1–0) Wainwright (1–2) Díaz (7) 40,413 10–9 L1
20 April 20 Mets 10–2 Mikolas (2–1) Flexen (0–1) 47,059 11–9 W1
21 April 21 Mets 6–4 Hudson (1-1) Syndergaard (1–2) Hicks (5) 42,765 12–9 W2
22 April 22 Brewers 13–5 Flaherty (2–1) Houser (0–1) 35,819 13–9 W3
23 April 23 Brewers 4–3 Miller (1–1) Wilson (1–1) Hicks (6) 38,474 14–9 W4
24 April 24 Brewers 5–2 Wainwright (2–2) Chacín (2–3) Hicks (7) 36,878 15–9 W5
25 April 26 Reds 1–12 DeSclafani (1–1) Mikolas (2–2) 45,087 15–10 L1
26 April 27 Reds 6–3 Hudson (2–1) Mahle (0–3) Hicks (8) 44,197 16–10 W1
27 April 28 Reds 5–2 Flaherty (3–1) Gray (0–4) Gant (2) 45,701 17–10 W2
28 April 29 @Nationals 6–3 Wacha (2–0) Corbin (2–1) Hicks (9) 17,890 18–10 W3
29 April 30 @Nationals 3–2 Wainwright (3–2) Sánchez (0–4) Miller (1) 19,753 19–10 W4
*April 13 and 14 games played in Monterrey, Mexico
May: 9–18 (.333) (Home: 4–7 ; Away: 5–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box / L10
30 May 1 @Nationals 5–1 Mikolas (3–2) Scherzer (1–4) 22,157 20–10 W5
31 May 2 @Nationals 1–2 Strasburg (3–1) Hudson (2–2) Doolittle (4) 24,338 20–11 L1
32 May 3 @Cubs 0–4 Hendricks (2–4) Flaherty (3–2) 34,978 20–12 L2
33 May 4 @Cubs 5–6 Kintzler (1– 0) Brebbia (1–1) Strop (4) 39,601 20–13 L3
34 May 5 @Cubs 5–13 Quintana (4–1) Wainwright (3–3) 36,499 20–14 L4
35 May 6 Phillies 6–0 Mikolas (4–2) Velasquez (1–2) 38,419 21–14 W1
36 May 7 Phillies 1–11 Nola (3–0) Hudson (2– 3) 38,562 21–15 L1
37 May 8 Phillies 0–5 Eickhoff (2–1) Flaherty (3–3) 42,309 21–16 L2
38 May 9 Pirates 17–4 Wacha (3–0) Musgrove (1–4) 38,925 22–16 W1
39 May 10 Pirates 1–2 Williams (2–1) Miller (1–2) Vázquez (11) 45,060 22–17 L1
40 May 11 Pirates 1–2 Lyles (3–1) Mikolas (4–3) Vázquez (12) 43,011 22–18 L2
41 May 12 Pirates 6–10 Stratton (1–2) Brebbia (1–2) 48,555 22–19 L3
42 May 14 @Braves 14–3 Flaherty (4–3) Foltynewicz (0–3) 23,718 23–19 W1
43 May 15 @Braves 0–4 Soroka (4–1) Wacha (3– 1) Jackson (5) 23,367 23–20 L1
44 May 16 @Braves 2–10 Teherán (3–4) Wainwright (3–4) 28,783 23–21 L2
45 May 17 @Rangers 3–7 Sampson (1–3) Mikolas (4–4) 34,398 23–22 L3
46 May 18 @Rangers 8–2 Hudson (3– 3) Jurado (1– 2) 30,967 24–22 W1
47 May 19 @Rangers 4–5 (10) Gómez (1–0) Hicks (1–2) 32,112 24–23 L1
May 21 Royals Postponed (rain) Makeup: May 22
48 May 22 Royals 2–8 Keller (3–5) Wacha (3– 2) 42,725 24–24 L2
49 May 22 Royals 10–3 Wainwright (4–4) Bailey (4–5) 42,529 25–24 W1
50 May 24 Braves 2–5 Foltynewicz (1–3) Mikolas (4–5) 44,630 25–25 L1
51 May 25 Braves 6–3 Miller (2–2) Winkler (1–1) Hicks (10) 45,760 26–25 W1
52 May 26 Braves 3–4 Webb (3–0) Webb (0–1) Jackson (7) 45,152 26–26 L1
53 May 28 @Phillies 3–4 Pivetta (3–1) Wainwright (4–5) Neris (10) 29,084 26–27 L2
54 May 29 @Phillies 4–11 Nola (6–0) Cabrera (0–1) 30,486 26–28 L3
55 May 30 @Phillies 5–3 Hudson (4–3) Eickhoff (2–3) Hicks (11) 31,206 27–28 W1
56 May 31 Cubs 2–1 (10) Hicks (2–2) Montgomery (1–1) 45,321 28–28 W2
June: 13–13 (.500) (Home: 7–6 ; Away: 6–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box / L10
57 June 1 Cubs 7–4 Gant (4–0) Chatwood (3–1) Martínez (1) 46,297 29–28 W3
58 June 2 Cubs 2–1 Wainwright (5–5) Hamels (4–2) Gant (3) 46,053 30–28 W4
59 June 4 Reds 1–4 Castillo (6–1) Cabrera (0–2) Iglesias (12) 40,649 30–29 L1
June 5 Reds Postponed (rain) Makeup: August 31
60 June 6 Reds 3–1 Gant (5–0) Lorenzen (0–1) Hicks (12) 44,654 31–29 W1
61 June 7 @Cubs 1–3 Hamels (5–2) Mikolas (4–6) Strop (6) 40,671 31–30 L1
62 June 8 @Cubs 4–9 Lester (5–4) Brebbia (1–3) 41,005 31–31 L2
63 June 9 @Cubs 1–5 Hendricks (7–4) Wainwright (5–6) Strop (7) 39,545 31–32 L3
64 June 10 @Marlins 4–1 Wacha (4–2) Alcántara (3–6) Hicks (13) 6,585 32–32 W1
65 June 11 @Marlins 7–1 Hudson (5–3) Hernández (0–1) 6,308 33–32 W2
66 June 12 @Marlins 0–9 Yamamoto (1–0) Mikolas (4–7) 7,001 33–33 L1
June 13 @Mets Suspended (rain) Continuation: June 14
67 June 14 @Mets 5–4 (10) Martínez (1–0) Díaz (1–4) Hicks (14) 31,862 34–33 W1
68 June 14 @Mets 9–5 Gant (6–0) Familia (2–1) 28,560 35–33 W2
69 June 15 @Mets 7–8 Syndergaard (5–4) Wacha (4–3) Díaz (15) 32,589 35–34 L1
70 June 16 @Mets 4–3 Miller (3–2) Flexen (0–3) Martínez (2) 37,054 36–34 W1
71 June 17 Marlins 5–0 Mikolas (5–7) Hernández (0–2) 41,274 37–34 W2
72 June 18 Marlins 0–6 Yamamoto (2–0) Flaherty (4–4) 41,467 37–35 L1
73 June 19 Marlins 2–1 (11) Gant (7–0) Conley (1–7) 40,126 38–35 W1
74 June 20 Marlins 6–7 (11) García (1–0) Miller (3–3) Romo (13) 42,446 38–36 L1
75 June 21 Angels 5–1 Wacha (5–3) Canning (2–4) 48,423 39–36 W1
76 June 22 Angels 4–2 Hudson (6–3) Peña (5–2) Webb (1) 46,711 40–36 W2
77 June 23 Angels 4–6 Skaggs (7–6) Mikolas (5–8) 47,114 40–37 L1
78 June 25 Athletics 3–7 Wendelken (1–1) Flaherty (4–5) 40,556 40–38 L2
79 June 26 Athletics 0–2 Mengden (2–1) Wainwright (5–7) Hendriks (2) 44,871 40–39 L3
80 June 28 @Padres 1–3 Quantrill (2–2) Wacha (5–4) Yates (27) 33,329 40–40 L4
81 June 29 @Padres 2–12 Paddack (5–4) Hudson (6–4) 44,407 40–41 L5
82 June 30 @Padres 5–3 Martínez (2–0) Wieck (0–1) Leone (1) 32,375 41–41 W1
July: 16–9 (.640) (Home: 6–5 ; Away: 10–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box / L10
83 July 2 @Mariners 4–5 Adams (1–0) Gallegos (1–1) Elías (11) 20,173 41–42 L1
84 July 3 @Mariners 5–2 Brebbia (2–3) Adams (1–1) 31,878 42–42 W1
85 July 4 @Mariners 5–4 Ponce de Leon (1–0) Milone (1–3) Martínez (3) 26,656 43–42 W2
86 July 5 @Giants 9–4 Hudson (7–4) Pomeranz (2–9) 37,603 44–42 W3
87 July 6 @Giants 4–8 Dyson (3–1) Mikolas (5–9) 32,487 44–43 L1
88 July 7 @Giants 0–1 Samardzija (6–7) Flaherty (4–6) Smith (23) 33,481 44–44 L2
90th All-Star Game in Cleveland, OH
89 July 12 Diamondbacks 2–4 Ray (7–6) Miller (3–4) Holland (15) 44,960 44–45 L3
90 July 13 Diamondbacks 4–2 Hudson (8–4) Kelly (7–9) Martínez (4) 46,152 45–45 W1
91 July 14 Diamondbacks 5–2 Wainwright (6–7) Greinke (10–4) Martínez (5) 43,439 46–45 W2
92 July 15 Pirates 7–0 Mikolas (6–9) Musgrove (6–8) 41,965 47–45 W3
93 July 16 Pirates 1–3 Liriano (4–1) Martínez (2–1) Vázquez (21) 43,777 47–46 L1
94 July 17 Pirates 6–5 Brebbia (3–3) Liriano (4–2) Martínez (6) 43,186 48–46 W1
95 July 18 @Reds 7–4 Hudson (9–4) Stephenson (2–2) Miller (2) 32,359 49–46 W2
96 July 19 @Reds 12–11 Wacha (6–4) Hughes (3–3) Martínez (7) 37,652 50–46 W3
97 July 20 @Reds 2–3 Garrett (4–1) Mikolas (6–10) Lorenzen (6) 38,427 50–47 L1
98 July 21 @Reds 3–1 Gallegos (2–1) DeSclafani (5–5) Martínez (8) 28,763 51–47 W1
99 July 22 @Pirates 6–5 (10) Shreve (1–0) Holmes (1–1) Martínez (9) 13,096 52–47 W2
100 July 23 @Pirates 4–3 Hudson (10–4) Archer (3–7) Miller (3) 15,778 53–47 W3
101 July 24 @Pirates 14–8 Wainwright (7–7) Lyles (5–7) 18,675 54–47 W4
102 July 25 @Pirates 6–3 Mikolas (7–10) Musgrove (7–9) 24,534 55–47 W5
103 July 26 Astros 5–3 Miller (4–4) Pressly (2–2) Martínez (10) 44,724 56–47 W6
104 July 27 Astros 2–8 Cole (12–5) Ponce de Leon (1–1) 46,518 56–48 L1
105 July 28 Astros 2–6 Miley (9–4) Hudson (10–5) 46,714 56–49 L2
106 July 30 Cubs 2–1 Gallegos (3–1) Darvish (3–5) Martínez (11) 46,123 57–49 W1
107 July 31 Cubs 0–2 Hendricks (8–8) Mikolas (7–11) Kimbrel (8) 43,750 57–50 L1
August: 18–9 (.667) (Home: 12–1 ; Away: 6–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box / L10
108 August 1 Cubs 8–0 Flaherty (5–6) Lester (9–7) 46,811 58–50 W1
109 August 3 @Athletics 3–8 Fiers (10–3) Hudson (10–6) 24,851 58–51 L1
110 August 4 @Athletics 2–4 Roark (7–7) Wainwright (7–8) Hendriks (11) 24,603 58–52 L2
111 August 5 @Dodgers 0–8 Gonsolin (1–1) Wacha (6–5) 45,254 58–53 L3
112 August 6 @Dodgers 1–3 Kershaw (11–2) Mikolas (7–12) Jansen (26) 53,070 58–54 L4
113 August 7 @Dodgers 1–2 Sadler (2–0) Martínez (2–2) 48,994 58–55 L5
114 August 9 Pirates 6–2 Martínez (3–2) Rodríguez (3–5) 42,757 59–55 W1
115 August 10 Pirates 3–1 Wainwright (8–8) Musgrove (8–11) Martínez (12) 45,026 60–55 W2
116 August 11 Pirates 11–9 Gant (8–0) Crick (3–7) Miller (4) 43,912 61–55 W3
117 August 13 @Royals 2–0 Flaherty (6–6) Sparkman (3–8) Martínez (13) 23,563 62–55 W4
118 August 14 @Royals 6–0 Hudson (11–6) Keller (7–13) 22,494 63–55 W5
119 August 15 @Reds 1–2 Gray (8–6) Wacha (6–6) Iglesias (24) 14,891 63–56 L1
120 August 16 @Reds 13–4 Wainwright (9–8) Castillo (11–5) 24,118 64–56 W1
121 August 17 @Reds 1–6 DeSclafani (8–7) Mikolas (7–13) 37,698 64–57 L1
122 August 18 @Reds 5–4 Flaherty (7–6) Wood (1–2) Martínez (14) 21,525 65–57 W1
123 August 19 Brewers 3–0 Hudson (12–6) Davies (8–6) Miller (5) 44,843 66–57 W2
124 August 20 Brewers 9–4 Webb (1–1) Jeffress (3-4) 37,823 67-57 W3
125 August 21 Brewers 3–5 (8) Houser (6–5) Wainwright (9–9) Guerra (3) 40,250 67–58 L1
126 August 22 Rockies 6–5 Leone (1–0) Almonte (0–1) Martínez (15) 36,465 68–58 W1
127 August 23 Rockies 8–3 Flaherty (8–6) Lambert (2–4) 40,829 69–58 W2
128 August 24 Rockies 6–0 Hudson (13–6) Gonzalez (0–5) 42,102 70–58 W3
129 August 25 Rockies 11–4 Helsley (1–0) Senzatela (8–8) 45,551 71–58 W4
130 August 26 @Brewers 12–2 Gant (9–0) González (2–2) 29,475 72–58 W5
131 August 27 @Brewers 6–3 Mikolas (8–13) Albers (5–4) Martínez (16) 36,690 73–58 W6
132 August 28 @Brewers 1–4 Lyles (9–8) Flaherty (8–7) Hader (26) 33,045 73–59 L1
August 30 Reds Postponed (rain) Makeup: September 1
133 August 31 Reds 10–6 Hudson (14–6) Bauer (10–12) 44,738 74–59 W1
134 August 31 Reds 3–2 Gant (10–0) Iglesias (2–11) 42,074 75–59 W2
September: 16–12 (.571) (Home: 8–7 ; Away: 8–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box / L10
135 September 1 Reds 4–3 Martínez (4–2) Lorenzen (0–4) 43,692 76–59 W3
136 September 1 Reds 3–5 Castillo (14–5) Ponce de Leon (1–2) Iglesias (28) 38,665 76–60 L1
137 September 2 Giants 3–1 Wainwright (10–9) Beede (3–9) Martínez (17) 40,732 77–60 W1
138 September 3 Giants 1–0 Flaherty (9–7) Rodríguez (5–8) Martínez (18) 38,259 78–60 W2
139 September 4 Giants 8–9 Rogers (1–0) Gallegos (3–2) Smith (31) 41,945 78–61 L1
140 September 5 Giants 10–0 Hudson (15–6) Webb (1–1) Cabrera (1) 36,800 79–61 W1
141 September 6 @Pirates 4–9 Wang (3–0) Miller (4–5) Vázquez (25) 19,090 79–62 L1
142 September 7 @Pirates 10–1 Wainwright (11–9) Brault (4–4) 23,996 80–62 W1
143 September 8 @Pirates 2–0 Flaherty (10–7) Marvel (0–1) Martínez (19) 18,363 81–62 W2
144 September 10 @Rockies 1–2 Gonzalez (1–6) Wacha (6–7) Díaz (2) 31,514 81–63 L1
145 September 11 @Rockies 1–2 Senzatela (9–10) Hudson (15–7) Díaz (3) 31,931 81–64 L2
146 September 12 @Rockies 10–3 Mikolas (9–13) Melville (2–2) 27,618 82–64 W1
147 September 13 Brewers 10–0 Wainwright (12–9) Houser (6–6) 47,075 83–64 W2
148 September 14 Brewers 2–5 Lyles (11–8) Flaherty (10–8) Hader (32) 46,665 83–65 L1
149 September 15 Brewers 6–7 Albers (7–5) Gant (10–1) Hader (33) 46,722 83–66 L2
150 September 16 Nationals 4–2 Hudson (16–7) Doolittle (6–5) Martínez (20) 42,812 84–66 W1
151 September 17 Nationals 2–6 Corbin (13–7) Mikolas (9–14) Hudson (4) 44,061 84–67 L1
152 September 18 Nationals 5–1 Wainwright (13–9) Scherzer (10–7) Martínez (21) 37,669 85–67 W1
153 September 19 @Cubs 5–4 (10) Miller (5–5) Kimbrel (0–3) Gallegos (1) 39,524 86–67 W2
154 September 20 @Cubs 2–1 Helsley (2–0) Phelps (2–1) Martínez (22) 39,106 87–67 W3
155 September 21 @Cubs 9–8 Gant (11–1) Kimbrel (0–4) Martínez (23) 40,071 88–67 W4
156 September 22 @Cubs 3–2 Webb (2–1) Darvish (6–8) Miller (6) 38,606 89–67 W5
157 September 23 @Diamondbacks 9–7 Wainwright (14–9) Young (7–5) Martínez (24) 24,826 90–67 W6
158 September 24 @Diamondbacks 2–3 (19) Ginkel (3–0) Brebbia (3–4) 26,097 90–68 L1
159 September 25 @Diamondbacks 7–9 Kelly (13–14) Fernández (0–1) Bradley (17) 21,420 90–69 L2
160 September 27 Cubs 2–8 Wieck (2–2) Miller (5–6) 46,530 90–70 L3
161 September 28 Cubs 6–8 Cishek (4–6) Wainwright (14–10) Kintzler (1) 46,971 90–71 L4
162 September 29 Cubs 9–0 Flaherty (11–8) Holland (2–5) 47,200 91–71 W1
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Cardinals team member

Player stats

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; SB = Stolen bases; BB = Walks; AVG = Batting average; SLG = Slugging average

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB AVG SLG
Paul Goldschmidt 161 597 97 155 25 1 34 97 3 78 .260 .476
Paul DeJong 159 583 97 136 31 1 30 78 9 62 .233 .444
Dexter Fowler 150 487 69 116 24 1 19 67 8 74 .238 .409
Marcell Ozuna 130 485 80 117 23 1 29 89 12 62 .241 .472
Kolten Wong 148 478 61 136 25 4 11 59 24 47 .285 .423
Yadier Molina 113 419 45 113 24 0 10 57 6 23 .270 .399
Matt Carpenter 129 416 59 94 20 2 15 46 6 63 .226 .392
Harrison Bader 128 347 54 71 14 3 12 39 11 46 .205 .366
José Martínez 128 334 45 90 13 2 10 42 3 35 .269 .410
Tommy Edman 92 326 59 99 17 7 11 36 15 16 .304 .500
Yairo Muñoz 38 172 20 46 7 1 2 13 8 7 .267 .355
Matt Wieters 67 168 15 36 4 0 11 27 1 12 .214 .435
Tyler O'Neill 60 141 18 37 6 0 5 16 1 10 .262 .411
Jedd Gyorko 38 56 5 11 0 0 2 7 2 6 .196 .304
Andrew Knizner 18 53 7 12 2 0 2 7 2 4 .226 .377
Rangel Ravelo 29 39 4 8 2 0 2 7 0 3 .205 .410
Lane Thomas 34 38 6 12 0 1 4 12 1 4 .316 .684
Randy Arozarena 19 20 4 6 1 0 1 2 2 2 .300 .500
Edmundo Sosa 8 8 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 .250 .250
Drew Robinson 5 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .143 .143
Joe Hudson 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000
Pitcher Totals 162 274 16 38 8 0 0 13 1 6 .139 .168
Team Totals 162 5449 764 1336 246 24 210 714 116 561 .245 .415

Source:[7]

Pitching

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; H = Hits allowed; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; SO = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB SO
Jack Flaherty 11 8 2.75 33 33 0 196.1 135 62 60 55 231
Miles Mikolas 9 14 4.16 32 32 0 184.0 193 90 85 32 144
Dakota Hudson 16 7 3.35 33 32 1 174.2 160 80 65 86 136
Adam Wainwright 14 10 4.19 31 31 0 171.2 181 83 80 64 153
Michael Wacha 6 7 4.76 29 24 0 126.2 143 71 67 55 104
Giovanny Gallegos 3 2 2.31 66 0 1 74.0 44 19 19 16 93
John Brebbia 3 4 3.59 66 0 0 72.2 59 31 29 27 87
John Gant 11 1 3.66 64 0 3 66.1 51 29 27 34 60
Tyler Webb 2 1 3.76 65 0 1 55.0 33 23 23 23 48
Andrew Miller 5 6 4.45 73 0 6 54.2 45 32 27 27 70
Daniel Ponce de Leon 1 2 3.70 13 8 0 48.2 36 21 20 26 52
Carlos Martínez 4 2 3.17 48 0 24 48.1 39 18 17 18 53
Dominic Leone 1 0 5.53 40 0 1 40.2 39 28 25 22 46
Ryan Helsley 2 0 2.95 24 0 0 36.2 34 13 12 12 32
Jordan Hicks 2 2 3.14 29 0 14 28.2 16 10 10 11 31
Génesis Cabrera 0 2 4.87 13 2 1 20.1 23 16 11 11 19
Mike Mayers 0 1 6.63 16 0 0 19.0 21 14 14 11 16
Junior Fernández 0 1 5.40 13 0 0 11.2 9 7 7 6 16
Luke Gregerson 0 0 7.94 6 0 0 5.2 11 5 5 1 2
Alex Reyes 0 1 15.00 4 0 0 3.0 2 5 5 6 1
Adalberto Mejía 0 0 9.00 2 0 0 3.0 8 3 3 1 2
Chasen Shreve 1 0 9.00 3 0 0 2.0 2 2 2 1 2
Jedd Gyorko 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 1
Team Totals 91 71 3.80 162 162 52 1444.0 1284 662 609 545 1399

Source:[8]

Postseason

2019 Postseason (3–6)
National League Division Series (3–2)
Game Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 3 @ Braves 7–6 Martínez (1–0) Melancon (0–1) 42,631 1–0
2 October 4 @ Braves 0–3 Foltynewicz (1–0) Flaherty (0–1) Melancon (1) 42,911 1–1
3 October 6 Braves 1–3 Newcomb (1–0) Martínez (1–1) Melancon (2) 46,701 1–2
4 October 7 Braves 5–4 (10) Mikolas (1–0) Teherán (0–1) 42,203 2–2
5 October 9 @ Braves 13–1 Flaherty (1–1) Foltynewicz (1–1) 43,122 3–2
National League Championship Series (0–4)
Game Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 11 Nationals 0–2 Sánchez (1–0) Mikolas (0–1) Doolittle (1) 45,075 0–1
2 October 12 Nationals 1–3 Scherzer (1–0) Wainwright (0–1) Hudson (1) 46,458 0–2
3 October 14 @ Nationals 1–8 Strasburg (1–0) Flaherty (0–1) 43,675 0–3
4 October 15 @ Nationals 4–7 Corbin (1–0) Hudson (0–1) Hudson (2) 43,976 0–4
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Cardinals team member

Postseason rosters

Playoff rosters

Opening Day lineup

13 Matt Carpenter 3B
46 Paul Goldschmidt 1B
12 Paul DeJong SS
23 Marcell Ozuna LF
  4 Yadier Molina C
25 Dexter Fowler RF
16 Kolten Wong 2B
48 Harrison Bader CF
39 Miles Mikolas P

Roster

2019 St. Louis Cardinals
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Minor league system and first-year player draft

Teams

Level Team League Division Manager W–L/Stats Standing Refs
AAA Memphis Redbirds Pacific Coast American–South Ben Johnson
AA Springfield Cardinals Texas North Joe Kruzel
A+ Palm Beach Cardinals Florida State South Dann Bilardello
A Peoria Chiefs Midwest Western Chris Swauger
A (SS) State College Spikes New York–Penn Pinckney José León
Rookie Johnson City Cardinals Appalachian West Roberto Espinoza
GCL Cardinals Gulf Coast East Steve Turco
DSL Cardinals Dominican Summer Boca Chica North Frey Peniche

Major League Baseball draft

The 2019 Major League Baseball (MLB) First-Year Player Draft began on Monday, June 3, 2019, and ended June 5. The draft will assign amateur baseball players to MLB teams.

2019 Draft Order

2019 Draft Tracker (StL Cardinals)

2019 St. Louis Cardinals complete draft list
Round Pick Name, Age Pos / Bats School (State) Date sgnd. Refs
1 19 Zack Thompson, 21 LHP / L University of Kentucky (KY)[21] June 11 [22]
2 58 Trejyn Fletcher, 18 CF / R Deering HS (ME) June 13 [23]
3 96 Tony Locey, 20 RHP / R University of Georgia (GA)[24] June 12 [25]
4 125 Andre Pallante, 20 RHP / R University of California, Irvine (CA)[26] June 19 [25]
5 155 Connor Thomas, 21 LHP / L Georgia Tech (GA)[27] June 11 [25]
6 185 Pedro Pagés, 20 C / R Florida Atlantic University (FL) [28] June 13 [25]
7 215 Jack Ralston, 21 LHP / R University of California, Los Angeles (CA)[29] June 19 [25]
8 245 Logan Gragg, 20 RHP / R Oklahoma State University (OK)[30] June 14 [25]
9 275 Todd Lott, 21 OF / R University of Louisiana at Lafayette (LA)[31] June 11 [25]
10 305 Jake Sommers, 22 LHP / R University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee (WI)[32] June 10[33] [25]
11 335 Connor Lunn, 20 RHP / R University of Southern California (CA)[34] June 19 [25]
12 365 Patrick Romeri, 17 RF / R IMG Academy (FL)[35] June 10 [25]
13 395 Tommy Jew, 21 CF / R University of California, Santa Barbara (CA)[36] July 9 [25]
14 425 Tyler Statler, 17 RHP / R Hononegah HS (IL)[37] June 14 [25]
15 455 David Vinsky, 20 OF / R Northwood University (MI)[38] June 11 [25]
16 485 Thomas Hart, 18 RHP / R Wakeland HS (TX)[39] June 16 [25]
17 515 Michael YaSenka, 21 RHP / R Eastern Illinois University (IL)[40] June 14 [25]
18 545 Aaron Antonini, 20 C / L Middle Tennessee State University (TN)[41] N/A [25]
19 575 Zarion Sharpe, 20 LHP / R University of North Carolina at Wilmington (NC)[42] TBA [25]
20 605 Adrian Mardueno, 21 RHP / R San Diego State University (CA)[43] June 12 [25]
21 635 Jack Owen, 21 LHP / L Auburn University (AL)[44] TBA [25]
22 665 Zade Richardson, 19 C / R Wabash Valley College (IL)[45] June 16 [25]
23 695 Brylie Ware, 22 3B / R University of Oklahoma (OK)[46] June 10 [25]
24 725 Will Guay, 23 RHP / R Concord University (WV)[47] June 10[33] [25]
25 755 Alexander McFarlane, 17 RHP / R Habersham Central School (GA)[48] Did not sign [25]
26 785 Jeremy Randolph, 23 RHP / R University of Alabama (AL)[49] June 14 [25]
27 815 Eric Lex, 23 RHP / R Santa Clara University (CA)[50] June 16 [25]
28 845 Tyler Peck, 21 RHP / R Chapman University (CA)[51] N/A [25]
29 875 Scott Politz, 22 RHP / R Yale University (CT)[52] June 11 [25]
30 905 Cameron Dulle, 23 RHP / R University of Missouri (CA)[53] June 10 [25]
31 935 Dylan Pearce, 22 RHP / L Oregon State University (OR)[54] June 16 [25]
32 965 Chandler Redmond, 22 2B / L Gardner-Webb University (NC)[55] June 10 [25]
33 995 Anthony Green, 21 RHP / R Jefferson College (MO)[56] June 11 [25]
34 1,025 Ben Baird, 21 SS / R University of Washington (WA)[57] June 11 [25]
35 1,055 Logan Hofmann, 19 RHP / L Colby Community College (KS)[58] TBA [25]
36 1,085 Kyle Skeels, 22 C / R Coastal Carolina University (SC)[59] June 11 [25]
37 1,115 Chris Newell, 18 OF / L Malvern Preparatory School (PA)[60] Did not sign [25]
38 1,145 Kurtis Byrne, 18 C / R Christian Brothers College HS (MO) Did not sign [25]
39 1,175 T.J. McKenzie, 18 SS / R The Benjamin School (FL)[61] Did not sign [25]
40 1,205 Cash Rugely, 19 SS / R Navarro College (TX)[62][63] TBA [25]

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