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Probable Pitchers

St. Louis Cardinals @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Carlos Martinez, RHP
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Martinez unraveled a bit against the Rockies on July 30 after rattling off a streak of 11 straight quality starts, but the All-Star is still in the midst of a stellar campaign that has seen the Cardinals go 16-5 in games he pitches.

David Holmberg, LHP
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Holmberg picked up the victory in his 2015 season debut against the Pirates on Thursday. Dating back to last year, he is 3-1 with a 2.05 ERA in his last six appearances, including four starts. However, his lone loss came to the Cardinals on Sept. 19.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Michael Wacha, RHP
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Wacha got back on track in his last start by throwing seven scoreless innings vs. the Rockies. He will try and parlay that into success against the Reds, who he subdued in his first two starts of the year on April 11 and 17.

Michael Lorenzen, RHP
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Lorenzen has to be happy to flip the calendar to August after a terrible stretch in July. The rookie righty went 0-4 with an 8.61 ERA in five starts during July. He went six innings just once during that stretch.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
Lance Lynn, RHP
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Lynn has had mixed results against the Brewers this year. He pitched a season-high 7 2/3 innings against them at Busch Stadium on June 2, holding them scoreless. But he allowed six runs in five innings at Miller Park on April 26.

Kyle Lohse, RHP
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Lohse managed just 4 1/3 innings last time out in a loss to the Cubs -- his third-shortest outing of the season. He?s allowed 25 home runs in 2015 and has given up at least one in 19 of his 22 starts.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
To Be Announced

Wily Peralta, RHP
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Peralta got knocked around in his second outing since returning from the disabled list with a strained left oblique. The right-hander allowed six runs on eight hits against the Padres in just 3 1/3 innings.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
To Be Announced

Jimmy Nelson, RHP
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