Thursday, April 06, 2006

Final game with Philly

The Cardinals are currently tied with Philly with a score of 0-0 at the end of the top of the second inning. I'm following the game on yahoo right now since I don't have FSN Midwest. If I had the Dish or Direct TV, I would definitely be watching the game. Until I get GameDay Audio, that's the way things will be.

Jason Marquis pitches against Cory Lidle as the Cards hope to move their record to 3-0. The longest winning streak to open the Cardinal season was 7 games in 1962. The worst was 0-6 in 1997.

So far, Jimmy Rollins is 0-4 today and is at 8th on the consecutive games hitting streak. Rollins had a good run but just couldn't get any good hits today. St. Louis leads 4-2 through nine innings. Barring any miracle come back, the Cardinals win 4-2 against the Phillies as they sweep the series and move to 3-0. Jim Edmonds' single in the fifth inning brought in a run for his 1000th career RBI.

W - Jason Marquis
L - Cory Lidle
S - Jason Isringhausen

It's not even October and Gordo is already wondering what things will be like next April.

What's next for St. Louis:
The team travels to Chicago for a three game series starting tomorrow at 2:20 eastern. All-time, St. Louis trails 1,053-1,020. Friday's game can be viewed on WGN. Sunday's on ESPN.
Friday: Jeff Suppan vs. Greg Maddux
Saturday: Chris Carpenter vs. Carlos Zambrano
Sunday: Sidney Ponson vs. Sean Marshall

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