The Miami Marlins will stay and finish off a three game series with the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday at Busch Stadium for a scheduled first pitch time of 7:45 PM Eastern. This game will be available on MLB extra innings and locally. Miami comes into this game with a record on the season of 33–40, and have lost three out of the last five games coming against the New York Mets twice, and their opponents in this matchup St. Louis by the score of 9–0. The only two victories came against New York at home and against the Colorado Rockies by the score of 3–2.
St. Louis Cardinals come into this match up with a record on the season of 43–34, and have not played well as of late, losing three out of their last five games twice to the lowly Chicago Cubs, and wants to the Milwaukee Brewers on the road by the score of 6–4. The only two victories for St. Louis came against Chicago by the score of 5–3, and against Miami in their first game by the score of 9–0.
Sandy Alcântara will take the mound for Miami with a record on the season of 7–3, to go along with a phenomenal ERA of 1.95 on the season and 94 strikeouts. Sandy Alcântara has given up 73 hits in 106 innings pitched, has walked 28 hitters, and only given up six home runs so far on the season.
Andre Pallante Will be on the mound for St. Louis in this game with a record on the season of 2–3, and an earned run average of 2.03 to go along with 46 strikeouts in only 48 innings pitched. Andre has walked 21 hitters, given up for home runs on the season.
Recent Betting Trends
- The Marlins are 5-5 in their last 10 games.
- The Marlins are 5-4-1 O/U in their last 10 games.
- The Cardinals are 5-5 in their last 10 games.
- The Cardinals are 5-4-1 O/U in their last 10 games.