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Padres defeat cards 5-3

Sunday, 21 July 2013 10:34 Published in Sports

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Edinson Volquez was bailed out by his bullpen and earned the victory in San Diego's 5-3 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday night.

Nick Vincent, Dale Thayer, Luke Gregorson and Huston Street worked an inning apiece after Volquez (7-8) faded at the end of a five-inning outing. Street was perfect in the ninth for his 16th save in 17 chances after Carlos Quentin's RBI double off Trevor Rosenthal in the ninth put the Padres up by two runs.

Lance Lynn (11-5) lost for the fourth time in five starts, allowing four runs in five innings. Allen Craig had a two-run single and 29-year-old rookie Brock Peterson had an RBI groundout in his first major league at-bat after getting called up to replace injured Matt Holliday.

Jedd Gyorko, Everth Cabrera and Nick Hundley added an RBI apiece for San Diego, which had lost 19 of 23.

WESTBROOK'S PITCHING, HITTING LEAD CARDINALS

Saturday, 20 July 2013 10:48 Published in Sports

ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Jake Westbrook pitched 6 1-3 innings of two-run ball and contributed three hits, All-Star Matt Carpenter continued his strong season with three hits and three RBIs, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the San Diego Padres 9-6 on Friday night.

A career .116 hitter, Westbrook had never had more than one hit in a game. The right-hander, who scored twice and had an RBI, surpassed his hit output for the year with two singles and a double in his three at-bats. That raised his batting from .100 to .217.

On the mound, Westbrook (6-4) scattered eight hits while striking out one and walking four.

After rookie Carlos Martinez allowed three runs in the ninth to make it a three-run game, All-Star Edward Mujica got the last two outs to record his 27th save in 29 chances.

Fellow All-Stars Carlos Beltran and Yadier Molina each drove in two runs for the Cardinals, with Beltran contributing two sacrifice flies and Molina a two-run double in the seventh.

St. Louis reached a season-best 22 games over .500 (58-36) and owns the best winning percentage in the majors (.617).

The Padres' lone All-Star representative, Everth Cabrera, drove in two runs with a two-run single off Westbrook in the seventh. San Diego, which lost 18 of 22 to conclude the first half, fell to 15-32 on the road and 74-149 in St. Louis (6-19 at new Busch Stadium).

Former Cardinal Jason Marquis (9-5) lost his third straight. Marquis, who has not won since beating Arizona 6-4 on June 15, was touched for six runs on eight hits and three walks.

Marquis blanked the Cardinals the first two innings before Westbrook led off the third with a single to center. He later scored on Beltran's sacrifice fly to center.

Two innings later, Westbrook started another rally when he doubled over right fielder Will Venable's head to begin the fifth. Carpenter followed with an RBI double to the gap in left center and he scored on Beltran's sacrifice fly one out later that made it 3-0.

The Cardinals broke it open and chased Marquis by scoring three times in the sixth. With the bases loaded and one out, Westbrook coaxed a single through the middle to drive in Matt Adams. Carpenter then drove home two more with an RBI single to center.

Notes: Edinson Volquez (6-8), who set a new career high by making 20 starts in the first half, pitches his first game in the second half when he faces the Cardinals' Lance Lynn (11-4) Saturday night. . . . San Diego started a 10-day, 10-game road trip Friday. The Padres were 1-9 on their last 10-game trip. . . . Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday missed his fourth straight game due to a lingering right hamstring issue. . . . Padres outfielder Jedd Gyorko was 0-for-12 since coming off the DL before singling in the fourth. . . . Molina double in the seventh was his 28th, matching his output last year.

BLUES RELEASE SCHEDULE

Saturday, 20 July 2013 10:40 Published in Sports

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Blues and the National Hockey League have released the 2013-14 regular season schedule.

The Blues will open the season at home on Thursday, October 3 against Nashville, which begins five consecutive games at Scottrade Center. Florida Panthers (Oct. 5), Chicago Blackhawks (Oct. 9), New York Rangers (Oct. 12) and the San Jose Sharks (Oct. 15) will complete the home stand.  The Blues’ first road trip consists of back-to-back games on Thursday, October 17 and Friday, October 18 against Chicago and the Winnipeg Jets, respectively. The Blues fan friendly schedule features a total of 15 home games on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.

Under the National Hockey League’s recent realignment, the Blues will play in the Western Conference’s Central Division along with Chicago, Colorado, Dallas, Minnesota, Nashville and Winnipeg.  St. Louis plays five games against Chicago, Dallas, Minnesota, Nashville and Winnipeg, while they face Colorado four times. The Blues face each of their non-Division Conference rivals three times and play a Home/Away series with each Eastern Conference team.

2013-14 St. Louis Blues Regular Season Schedule

(All Times Central Standard Time)

DATE                           OPPONENT      TIME                DATE               OPPONENT      TIME

*Sun. Sept. 15               At Dallas           6:00PM             *Sat. Sept. 21   Dallas               7:00PM

*Wed. Sept. 18              At TB (Orlando) 6:00PM             *Wed. Sept. 25  At Minnesota     7:00PM

*Fri. Sept. 20                Tampa Bay       7:00PM             *Fri. Sept. 27    Minnesota        7:00PM

*Preseason Games

Thu. Oct. 03                 Nashville          7:00PM             Tue. Jan. 07      At Edmonton    8:30PM

Sat. Oct. 05                  Florida             7:00PM             Thu. Jan. 09      At Calgary         8:00PM

Wed. Oct. 09                 Chicago           7:00PM             Fri. Jan. 10        At Vancouver    9:00PM

Sat. Oct. 12                  N.Y. Rangers    7:00PM             Tue. Jan. 14     Phoenix           7:00PM

Tue. Oct. 15                  San Jose          7:00PM             Thu. Jan. 16     Los Angeles     7:00PM

Thu. Oct. 17                  At Chicago        7:00PM             Sat. Jan. 18      Anaheim          7:00PM

Fri. Oct. 18                    At Winnipeg      7:00PM             Mon. Jan. 20     At Detroit          6:30PM

Fri. Oct. 25                   Vancouver        7:00PM             Tue. Jan. 21      At New Jersey   6:00PM

Sat. Oct. 26                  At Nashville       7:00PM             Thu. Jan. 23      At NY Rangers 6:00PM

Tue. Oct. 29                  Winnipeg         7:00PM             Sat. Jan. 25      At NY Islanders 12:00PM

Fri. Nov. 01                   At Florida          6:30PM             Tue. Jan. 28     New Jersey       7:00PM

Sat. Nov. 02                  At Tampa Bay   6:00PM             Fri. Jan. 31        At Carolina        6:00PM

Tue. Nov. 05                 At Montreal       6:30PM             Sat. Feb. 01      Nashville          7:00PM

Thu. Nov. 07                 Calgary            7:00PM             Tue. Feb. 04     Ottawa 7:00PM

Sat. Nov. 09                  Pittsburgh        7:00PM             Thu. Feb. 06     Boston             7:00PM

Tue. Nov. 12                 Phoenix           7:00PM             Sat. Feb. 08      Winnipeg         1:00PM

Thu. Nov. 14                 Colorado          7:00PM             Wed. Feb. 26    At Vancouver    9:30PM

Sat. Nov. 16                  Carolina           7:00PM             Fri. Feb. 28       At Anaheim       9:00PM

Sun. Nov. 17                 At Washington 5:00PM             Sun. Mar. 02     At Phoenix        7:00PM

Tue. Nov. 19                 At Buffalo         6:00PM             Tue. Mar. 04     Tampa Bay       7:00PM

Thu. Nov. 21                 At Boston         6:00PM             Thu. Mar. 06      At Nashville       7:00PM

Sat. Nov. 23                  Dallas               7:00PM             Sat. Mar. 08      At Colorado      2:00PM

Mon. Nov. 25                Minnesota        7:00PM             Sun. Mar. 09     At Minnesota     7:00PM

Wed. Nov. 27                At Colorado      8:00PM             Tue. Mar. 11     Dallas               7:00PM

Fri. Nov. 29                   At San Jose      3:00PM             Thu. Mar. 13     Edmonton        7:00PM

Mon. Dec. 02                At Los Angeles 9:30PM             Sat. Mar. 15      At Nashville       7:00PM

Thu. Dec. 05                 N.Y. Islanders 7:00PM             Mon. Mar. 17    Winnipeg         7:00PM

Sat. Dec. 07                  Anaheim          7:00PM             Wed. Mar. 19    At Chicago        7:00PM

Tue. Dec. 10                 At Winnipeg      7:00PM             Sat. Mar. 22      At Philadelphia 12:00PM

Thu. Dec. 12                 Toronto            7:00PM             Sun. Mar. 23     At Pittsburgh     12:00PM

Sat. Dec. 14                  At Columbus     6:00PM             Tue. Mar. 25      At Toronto        6:00PM

Mon. Dec. 16                At Ottawa          6:30PM             Thu. Mar. 27     Minnesota        7:00PM

Tue. Dec. 17                 San Jose          7:00PM             Sat. Mar. 29      Dallas               7:00PM

Thu. Dec. 19                 Montreal           7:00PM             Tue. Apr. 01     Philadelphia     7:00PM

Sat. Dec. 21                  At Edmonton    9:00PM             Thu. Apr. 03     Buffalo             7:00PM

Mon. Dec. 23                At Calgary         8:00PM             Sat. Apr. 05      Colorado          1:00PM

Sat. Dec. 28                  Chicago           7:00PM             Sun. Apr. 06      At Chicago        6:30PM

Sun. Dec. 29                 At Dallas           5:00PM             Tue. Apr. 08     Washington      7:00PM

Tue. Dec. 31                 At Minnesota     5:00PM             Thu. Apr. 10      At Minnesota     7:00PM

Thu. Jan. 02                 Los Angeles     7:00PM             Fri. Apr. 11        At Dallas           7:30PM

Sat. Jan. 04                  Columbus        7:00PM             Sun. Apr. 13     Detroit              2:00PM

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