2021 Cardinals MLB Game 92 thread – Saturday, July 17 vs. Giants

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    Brian Walton
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    6:15 p.m.
    LHP Kwang Hyun Kim (4-5, 3.11) vs. Anthony DeSclafani (10-3, 2.68)
    FOX Network // KMOX

    #166616
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    I think it’s a more than safe bet to insert Kim here…..matter of fact, I’m calling it official.

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    jj-cf-stl
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    For the top of the lineup I’d like…

    O’Neill
    Carlson
    Goldy
    Arenado

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    I disagree jj. Carlson is hitting .233 vs. righties on the season. Also factor in his .167 BA for July. Besically, he is stinking it up. And he has turned into the whiff king. If we want to have any chance at pulling this out, put whoever is not ice cold up in the order.

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    Yea I think putting edman back up in top spot makes most sense unless you want to put carp in which I never thought I’d say that again. I know Carlson is still young but top of the order guys have high expectations regardless of how long they have played. Carlson just looks like he’s lost at the plate right now.

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    I agree with Willie. Put Edman back at the top.

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    Differing opinions is the enjoyment of a forum, for me. Glad we can be civil during it bling.

    If you want the “not ice cold” guys at top of the order, I’d suggest you could start with the 3 players who have a 4 digit ops for July; Goldschmidt (1.072) DeJong (1.041) and Carpenter (1.038).

    I’d prefer Carlson high in the order, as an investment in his future (just leave him alone), rather than Carpenter, who I see as a dead end after the season.

    If you still see us as contenders, who is hot, and who is not, does matter, I agree.

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    Carpenter always seemed to like the one hole. At thos point why not give it to him for 10 games and see what he does with it…if he stinks it up, well, so have Edman and Carlson…

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    Until we are eliminated from the playoff race,we are contenders.

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    1. Dylan Carlson (S) RF
    2. Paul Goldschmidt (R) 1B
    3. Nolan Arenado (R) 3B
    4. Tyler O’Neill (R) LF
    5. Yadier Molina (R) C
    6. Tommy Edman (S) 2B
    7. Paul DeJong (R) SS
    8. Harrison Bader (R) CF
    9. Kwang Hyun Kim (L) P

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    The definition of insanity is to keep doing the same thing and expecting different results.

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    The definition of insanity is to keep doing the same thing and expecting different results.

    Like going to the Gasthof buffet every Wednesday and expecting a good meal, Rat?

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    Hell, let Bader lead off, hit the pitcher 8th put Carlson 7th and Dejong 9th.

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    Like going to the Gasthof buffet every Wednesday and expecting a good meal, Rat?

    Exactly Pugs! That’s why most people tell me I am insane. But when they have those catfish fiddlers I dont mind being a little insane. And the sweet potatoes are pretty good too.

    r/Esteemed Rat

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    May God be my judge, one day I’ll be joining you for a Wednesday lunch at the Gasthof, Rat.

    After about the 6th inning tonight, my attention will turn directly south-west. Huge game for my Milwaukee Bucks. Wish them well, gang

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    din din tonight is the food drug park. We have two little grand kids along so probably the hot dog truck. Proper ball park fare. Inside at the canteen they have a selection of beers. Down at the end, past the zeifelwanagenburgers, alfalfa pinecone stouts and creme de mint pale ales, one can find an Anheuser Busch lager. Lonely and forgotten.

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    Chicken livers, french fries and a salad, finishing with a Magnum double chocolate. Afraid that’s all I can offer tonight.

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    Organic cheese pizza, a bunch of large green grapes, diet mountain dew, and for dessert two chocolate mochi ice cream bars

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    Jumbalaya for me!!

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    Wow. I hate to see Yadi let one through like that. The Fox announcers called him on it. Scored a WP on Kim but wasn’t.

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    Now a second one got past him. No harm this time. Not much movement either time as far as attempting to block it. Not Yadi like at all. I guess the funk hits everyone.

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    Nice, Carlson leadoff double and Goldy two run shot. Can’t remember the last multi run homer.

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    Goldy has been very hot the last month. Good to see it continuing.

    Kim might be a decent trade chip if Mo will pull the trigger.

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    Then the defense messes up and now we’re only up 3-1 with two on and 1 out…

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    After Hesley renews everyone’s interest in the game, Cabrera comes in to calm things down again.

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