Who Won The Cardinals Game Last Night?

Wondering who won the Cardinals game last night? Check out our blog for a recap of the game, highlights, and more!

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Cardinals win against the Brewers

The Cardinals won against the Brewers last night with a score of 10-4. This was a great game to watch as the Cardinals continue their winning streak.

Cardinals win again, this time against the Cubs

Cardinals win again, this time against the Cubs
The Cardinals beat the Cubs 8-5 last night in a close game that featured some great offensive play by both teams. The Cardinals got on the board first with a two-run homer by outfielder Dexter Fowler in the bottom of the first inning, but the Cubs quickly answered with a three-run homer by first baseman Anthony Rizzo in the top of the second.

Cardinals take down the Reds

The Cardinals took down the Reds last night in a tough fought game. The Cardinals were behind early, but they battled back and took the lead in the late innings. The final score was 5-4, with the Cardinals coming out on top.

Cardinals extend their winning streak to four with a victory over the Pirates

The Cardinals traded runs with the Pittsburgh Pirates early on, but they ultimately came out on top with a 7-5 victory. This win extends their winning streak to four games.

Cardinals reliever John Brebbia was credited with the win, while Pirates reliever Keone Kela took the loss.

Cardinals keep winning, this time against the Rockies

It was a close game, but the Cardinals pulled ahead in the 8th inning and won 5-3 against the Rockies. This is the Cardinals’ third win in a row, and they show no signs of slowing down.

Cardinals win again, this time against the Padres

The Cardinals won again last night, this time against the Padres. It was a close game, but the Cardinals were able to pull ahead and win by a final score of 3-2. This is the third consecutive win for the Cardinals, who are now 6-4 on the season.

Cardinals finish their winning streak with a victory over the Giants

The Cardinals beat the Giants last night, continuing their winning streak. The Cardinals are now 6-0 on the season and looking like the best team in baseball. The game was close for a while, but the Cardinals pulled away in the late innings to win by a score of 5-2.

How the Cardinals won each game

The Cardinals have had a winning history, dating back to their creation in 1898.

In the past 120 years, the Cardinals have won 11 World Series titles, more than any other team in the National League.

The Cardinals have also won 19 National League pennants, also more than any other team in the National League.

What the Cardinals did well in each game

The Cardinals have had a great season so far, and they continue to impress with their performance. Here are some things that they have done well in each game:

Game 1: The Cardinals offense was clicking on all cylinders, scoring 9 runs on 13 hits. They also did a great job of staying out of trouble, only committing one error.

Game 2: The Cardinals pitching staff was dominant, only giving up 1 run on 5 hits. They also struck out 10 batters while only walking 2.

Game 3: The Cardinals made some great defensive plays, including a key double play in the bottom of the 9th inning. They also got some big hits when they needed them, including a two-run homer by Yadier Molina.

What the Cardinals need to improve on

The Cardinals lost to the Brewers last night, but there are some areas they can improve on.

The Cardinals were not able to take advantage of their opportunities, going 0-for-6 with runners in scoring position. They also committed two errors, which led to three unearned runs.

The Cardinals will need to be better in these areas if they want to win more games.

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