Matt Garza has looked like an All-Star at home but is quite vulnerable on the road.
His outings at Busch Stadium have been no exception to that rule.
Matt Holliday and the Cardinals, who are heating up in St. Louis, look to add to Garza's road woes Saturday night in what could be one of his last starts with the Chicago Cubs.
After coming out of the All-Star break with a 1-5 road trip, the Cardinals (48-45) quickly ended Ryan Dempster's 33-inning scoreless streak Friday in the opener of a seven-game homestand, plating three runs in the first en route to a 4-1 victory. It was the third straight home win for St. Louis, which is 7-2 at Busch Stadium this month after losing 10 of its previous 15 there.
Holliday returned to the starting lineup and didn't miss a beat after coming off the bench in Wednesday's loss in Milwaukee because of a thigh contusion sustained the previous night when he was hit by a pitch. He belted a home run estimated at 469 feet, the longest at 7-year-old Busch ...