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Probable Pitchers

St. Louis Cardinals @ Miami Marlins

, Marlins Park
Jaime Garcia, LHP
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    Jaime Garcia, last 5 years vs. MIA
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For the first time in his career, Garcia will be pitching on three days’ rest. The Cards felt comfortable with the move given that Garcia threw just 77 pitches on Tuesday. He allowed four runs in 6 1/3 innings against Miami earlier this month.

Colin Rea, RHP
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Rea makes his first start as a Marlin after he was included in the seven-player deal that netted Miami Andrew Cashner. The 26-year-old is 0-2 with a 6.00 ERA in three career starts against the Cardinals.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Miami Marlins

, Marlins Park
Carlos Martinez, RHP
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Martinez has won three straight starts and has posted a 3.00 ERA in 24 innings this month. He has made one career start at Marlins park, coming in 2015 when Martinez allowed three runs over seven innings.

Andrew Cashner, RHP
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Cashner takes the mound in a Miami uniform for the first time. His recent success led the Marlins to trade for him, as he was 1-0 with a 2.55 ERA in his last three starts for San Diego.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Adam Wainwright, RHP
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The Cardinals won all five of Wainwright’s July starts as he posted a 1.77 ERA during the month. Over his last 13 outings, Wainwright has pitched like an ace. He is 10-3 with a 2.79 ERA during that stretch.

Dan Straily, RHP
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In his last start, Straily showed nice efficiency with his pitches. Thirteen of the 23 outs he recorded in the game vs. the Giants on Wednesday were with three pitches or fewer. He worked a career-high 7 2/3 innings for a 2-1 victory.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Michael Wacha, RHP
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Wacha retired 15 of the first 16 batters he faced before being chased in his last start by allowing three sixth-inning runs. There were signs of improvement, though, particularly in that Wacha did not issue a walk for the first time all year.

Cody Reed, LHP
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After a promising outing two starts ago, Reed regressed in his previous outing vs. the Giants. His fastball and slider were hittable with six runs and nine hits over five innings vs. the Giants. Pitcher Matt Cain’s three-run homer was the big blow.

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