Takeaways from St. Louis Cardinals series against Diamondbacks

Miranda Remaklus
Miles Mikolas #39 of the St. Louis Cardinals pitches against the New York Mets at Busch Stadium on April 25, 2022 in St Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Joe Puetz/Getty Images)
Miles Mikolas #39 of the St. Louis Cardinals pitches against the New York Mets at Busch Stadium on April 25, 2022 in St Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Joe Puetz/Getty Images) /
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ST. LOUIS, MO – APRIL 30: Christian Walker #53 of the Arizona Diamondbacks makes an out against Paul Goldschmidt #46 of the St. Louis Cardinals during the sixth inning at Busch Stadium on April 30, 2022 in St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Scott Kane/Getty Images)
ST. LOUIS, MO – APRIL 30: Christian Walker #53 of the Arizona Diamondbacks makes an out against Paul Goldschmidt #46 of the St. Louis Cardinals during the sixth inning at Busch Stadium on April 30, 2022 in St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Scott Kane/Getty Images) /

The Bad

Not scoring at a critical time has been another issue the Cardinals have faced this series.

On Thursday, the Cardinals were 5-for-11 with runners in scoring position. They had nine runners left of the base. Runners left in scoring position with two outs including Dickerson twice and Goldschmidt.

On Friday, the Cardinals were 1-for-4 with runners in scoring position. They had six runners left on base. Runners left in scoring position with two outs including Albert Pujols and twice for Goldschmidt.

On Saturday, the Cardinals were 0-for-4 with runners in scoring position. They had five runners left of the base. Runners left in scoring position with two outs including Dylan Carlson twice and Goldschmidt.

On Sunday, the Cardinals were 2-for-7 with runners in scoring position. Dylan Carlson was the lone runner left in scoring position with two outs. The team had five runners left on base.

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