six regular-season home starts by Lance Lynn while the Mets have yet to win when ..... Making matters worse for New York, Lynn (5-1, 2.72 ERA) has never dropped ..... not-so-fun) part - about this game," Lynn told the Cardinals' official web
Wood's impressive performance Tuesday after he yielded one run with eight strikeouts in 6 2-3 innings to outpitch Lance Lynn . Villanueva has lost back-to-back-outings, surrendering eight runs with 12 strikeouts in 11 2-3 innings
the best rotation in baseball, and Lance Lynn is leading the charge with a personal ..... streak that's reached double digits. Lynn goes for an 11th straight regular-season ..... victories to rank among the NL leaders. Lynn (5-0, 2.75 ERA) leads them
Holliday is producing at the plate recently, Lance Lynn 's run of success dates to last year. As Lynn goes for a 10th straight win, Holliday looks ..... Cardinals (15-11) may also feel confident with Lynn (4-0, 3.10 ERA) taking the mound. The
seesaw season in 2012, St. Louis Cardinals starter Lance Lynn is on the upswing again. Lynn pitched seven innings of one-run ball to win ..... Francisco Giants for the NL's longest active streak. Lynn ended up 18-7 in 2012 and was selected to the
situation and makes pitches.'' Notes: Cardinals RHP Lance Lynn (4-0, 3.10 ERA) will face Homer Bailey (1-2, 2.81) in the series finale. Lynn has a nine-game winning streak dating to Sept. 9 - the
Tuesday in Milwaukee against Wily Peralta, while Travis Wood (2-2, 2.50) is scheduled to face the Cardinals ' Lance Lynn (5-0, 2.75). ... Rangers C A.J. Pierzynski was given the night off. Lance Berkman , who has been the Rangers
Sunday's game.RHP Wily Peralta (2-2) will start for the Brewers Tuesday against Texas Rangers ' RHP Justin Grimm. RHP Lance Lynn (5-0) will starts for the Cardinals Tuesday against the Chicago Cubs 's RHP Travis Wood (2-2).
come in looking more than capable of producing similar results. Their starters' ERA is at 1.32 over the last nine. Lance Lynn turned in the latest gem, throwing seven innings of one-run ball in St. Louis' 4-2 win over Cincinnati on Wednesday
Yadier Molina, Mike Matheny and Lance Lynn sound off after Saturday's win over Philadelphia.