CINCINNATI – Adam Wainwright had one request when he left the mound after dropping seven runs on the fourth inning Friday night.
"Take me up," he told his teammates in the dungeon. – To win that thing.
Two Cardinals had wiped out a deficit of seven, scoring 10
CINCINNATI – Adam Wainwright had one request when he stepped out of the mound after dropping seven runs in the fourth inning on Friday night. he told his teammates in the dungeon. "To win this thing." Two intakes later, the cardinals wiped out a deficit of seven, bringing 10 runs on their way to victory 12-11 over the red one night when baseball was flying to Great American. Ball Park. Boxing Score
Thirteen cardinals came in at the start of the sixth innings, starting with one of Harrison Bader, who was twice included in the fourth game to get 1
"As soon as we have a little momentum, it's like you feel it," Wainwright said. – I was in the training room, and I felt. I was like, "Something fixes" to happen here. "" This is the typical definition of the competition You are 7: 0, you are like a devil and there was no one in this dungeon who does not believe we can do it. "
The last time the cardinals won a match after seventh plus runs is also in the Great American Ball Park and also involved 10 runs: May 12, 2002, when the cardinals have won, 10-8
The 10 runs are the most in one inning for St. Louis July 21, 2012 against the youths at Bush Stadium The last time Cardinals scored 10 runs in the inning on the road was July 16, 2007 in Auckland
Paul DeJong extended the lead with his home homer in the most days with a double shot in the seventh He has now hit 12 home matches against the Reds since his debut in the Major League on May 28, 2017, which is linked to the most major leagues since that date with Kyle Schwberber and Christian Elic
was almost contagious, "said DeJong," you can see it on their face, how they are on their heels. "The first step ball, a second step ball, just make us feel better. Really just a snowball tonight.
But do not be fooled: Cardinals were also on their heels.
The Reds scored two in the eighth thanks to Ryan Lavorau's second home run, before Andrew. Miller hit Yassil Puig. The closest Carlos Martinez allowed two draws in the ninth inn and the reds won the third place before Joey Votto withdrew to finish the game.
"This is how this team is built," Schild said. "We are capable of winning many different ways each night." The left-handed man drew a fist in his gauntlet as he left the mound. "Three days [pitching] I felt like I was smoke and gave him everything I had. You do not want to mess up what these guys have done to bring us back in the game, and I had to stop the impulse.
The impulse was the word of the game Friday night, whether it was built by it or closed. down. But it could also be the word from the beginning of the cardinals to the second half of the season. St. Louis (50-46) won six of his eight after All-Star break and was tied for second place in the National League with Milwaukee, 2 1/2 games behind Cubs. Winning is infamous lately in the Cardinals club.
"We have productive group discussions about how we win, how we approach each game," said DeJong. "This is a good mood lately."
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