St. Louis Cardinals: Looking at the rest of May

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May 4, 2017; St. Louis, MO, USA; Milwaukee Brewers center fielder Keon Broxton (23) and Orlando Arcia (3) celebrate with teammates after the Brewers defeated the Cardinals at Busch Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Kane-USA TODAY Sports /

St. Louis Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers: May 1-4 (Home)

The Cardinals and Brewers split the first two games of the series. The Cardinals should have actually won both games if it weren’t for bullpen issues. However, the Cardinals had a chance to win the series on Thursday night with Adam Wainwright on the mound. His opponent was Chase Anderson.

Game three of the series was postponed due to rain and Game four looked to potentially suffer the same fate. The weather cooperated and fans finally saw the Cardinals play. No one in Cardinals Nation could manage forty-eight hours without St. Louis Cardinals baseball.

I know this is a couple days late, but I did expect the Cardinals to win and finish this series with a 2-1 record. The Cardinals were playing with a ton of momentum, especially from players like Kolten Wong and Jedd Gyorko. The outcome was not as anyone wanted.

Unfortunately, the St. Louis Cardinals were not able to support Waino (and neither did he himself either). Add the ineptitude at the plate with Waino’s inconsistency and toss in a massive helping of injuries to Stephen Piscotty and Dexter Fowler and you have yourself the loss that was on Thursday night.

Boo, hiss!

Cardinals May Record: 2-2