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Tyler Lyons will take Joe Kelly's rotation spot

The Cardinals have decided on a fill-in for starting pitcher Joe Kelly, who was placed on the 15-day disabled list Thursday afternoon with a strained left hamstring that he suffered Wednesday at Miller Park in Milwaukee while trying to beat out a groundball. 113 more words

Cardinals starter Joe Kelly hits disabled list with strained hamstring

Tightness in his left hamstring forced Joe Kelly out from his start on Wednesday against Milwaukee, and it will keep him out of action for at least the next two weeks, as the St. 395 more words

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Joe Kelly leaves start with hamstring injury

Cardinals right-hander Joe Kelly left today’s start against the Brewers after tweaking his hamstring trying to beat out an infield single in the sixth inning. 164 more words

Brewers Streak, Meet Lance Lynn

With the exception of Ryan Braun, the Milwaukee Brewers seem far less annoying than they were back in 2011. Different players plus a 2013 season in which they were really awful make it hard to hate them like before. 615 more words

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Matheny Signals 'I Want This Game' with Martinez Entrance in Jam in 6th

Major League Baseball managers can be set in their ways and many factors go into how they decide to use their bullpens–matchups, inning of a game and the situation, who’s hot, even paychecks. 645 more words

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Winning Makes For A Better Night All Around

From the very beginning, things were much improved for the St. Louis Cardinals compared to Friday night. For that matter, things were much improved in facing the Pittsburgh Pirates Francisco Liriano than they had been during the entire 2013 regular season when they only scored two runs off him in three games. 504 more words

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Is Carlos Martinez being kept for Cheap?

The Cardinals surprised more than a few people when they announced Joe Kelly would start over Carlos Martinez this season. Kelly has been a decent #5 the past two years, even though he strikes out only 6 per 9. 590 more words

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