PHOENIX -- Something about Matt Holliday does not agree with Trevor Cahill.
The two have faced each other nine times, and Holliday has three home runs.
The first two, bases-empty homers in 2010, did not not keep Cahills team, then the A's, from a victory. This one did.
Holliday lined an off-the-plate low changeup into the left field seats for a two-run homer with one out in the sixth inning, providing the impetus in the Cardinals' 6-2 victory over the Diamondbacks at Chase Field. The ball barely got 20 feet off the ground as it carried into the second row of the bleachers.
It was a changeup that I tried to throw low, and I got it low. Hes just a really, really strong person. I didnt even want to look at it (on tape). Some of the guys said it was pretty impressive that he was able to get it out, Cahill said.
The two were teammates in Oakland for four months in 2009, Cahills rookie year, before Holliday was sent to St. Louis for a package of three minor leaguers that included fo...