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MLB Playoffs Preview Cardinals vs. Pirates Betting

Written by Matt Stvens   
Wednesday, 02 October 2013 19:15

St. Louis Cardinals vs. Pittsburgh Pirates oddsAndrew McCutchen and the Pittsburgh Pirates walk the clouds after his first playoff victory in 21 years.

Now, after defeating the Cincinnati Reds in the wild card game, the Pirates face another familiar opponent in a month which would usually rental: the Cardinals, champions of the Central Division of the National League in October.

The first game of the division series is Thursday night in St. Louis.

The Cardinals outscored the Pirates in the fight for the division title, but Pittsburgh won the regular season series. St. Louis has vast advantage in playoff experience.

Adam Wainwright also has to be happy with this duel. The Ace of San Luis opens the opener and will have its usual rest for a possible fifth game, against a team we was 1-0 with 3.00 ERA in three meetings this season.

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Edward Mujica, who lost his job as closer for the St. Louis Cardinals in mid-September, it was confirmed on the team roster for the Division Series National League with the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Manager Mike Matheny said Mujica will serve as reliever.

Trevor Rosenthal, a freshman, took Mujica site. The Venezuelan was among the league leaders with 37 saves but miscarried twice in the last month.

Mujica, who started solid year allowed 18 hits in seven innings during September. In his last outing only lasted a third of an inning, allowing two runs and three hits, all for extra bases.

For the second consecutive day, Matheny announce who refused to open after Lance Lynn in the first game, although he had said that rookies Shelby Miller and Michael Wacha be available as relievers in the first game.

 
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