Benches warned after Garcia close call, but Nats understand it wasn't personal - Byron Kerr

Left-hander Jaime Garcia went seven innings for the Cardinals in their 6-2 victory over the Nationals. He allowed only two runs, but he wasn't close to having his best command. That led to a few pitches that hit or came close to Nationals hitters. Daniel Murphy was hit by a ... Read More
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Jaime Garcia aims to bounce back Friday against Nationals

Max Scherzer doesn't care how many batters he strikes out or how dominant he looks on the mound. He's more focused on progressing with each outing and picking up as many victories as possible.The St. Louis Cardinals realized last month how effective he can be when he's in a groove.Scherzer seeks a fourth consecutive solid start as the Washington Nationals continue their four-game...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Cards aim to even set as Garcia faces Scherzer

It took some time, but Max Scherzer seems to have found his groove in 2016. The Nationals ace -- who takes the mound against Jaime Garcia and the Cardinals on Friday after Washington claimed the four-game series opener -- has allowed six runs in 23 1/3 innings over his last three starts, while fanning 38.
Via Cardinals.com
4 days ago

Off arm angle makes Garcia's start one to forget

It was a rapid unraveling for Cardinals lefty Jaime Garcia, who couldn't contain the D-backs' offense without his usual pitch movement and was unable to make the in-game adjustment necessary to extend his afternoon on Sunday.
Via Cardinals.com
8 days ago

Cards strike early in 5-2 win over Angels; Jaime Garcia dominates

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Jaime Garcia allowed just four hits in seven innings to lead the St. Louis Cardinals past the Los Angeles Angels 5-2 on Wednesday night.Garcia (3-2) gave up two unearned runs and struck out eight to win his second straight start. He has yet to allow an earned run in 14 innings this month.Kevin Siegrist pitched a perfect eighth and Trevor Rosenthal retired the side...
Via Associated Press
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Cards' Garcia will try to keep Angels offense in hibernation mode

In a matchup of struggling lineups, the St. Louis Cardinals woke up while the Los Angeles Angels remained in hibernation mode.Jaime Garcia looks to continue one of those trends Wednesday night when the left-hander tries to lift the visiting Cardinals to their sixth win in the last nine games of this series.St. Louis (17-16) opened the season hot offensively but was up and down before...
Via Associated Press
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Moss' blast, Garcia's arm lead Cardinals over Phils 4-0

ST. LOUIS -- Jaime Garcia pitched seven sharp innings, Brandon Moss hit a long home run and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-0 on Thursday.Stephen Piscotty drove in two runs and also made an outstanding catch in right field to help preserve the shutout.St. Louis won three of four in the series.Garcia (2-2) gave up two hits, didn't walk a batter and struck...
Via Associated Press
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Jaime Garcia Just Pitched the Game of His Life

Jaime Garcia has had Tommy John surgery, rotator-cuff surgery, and thoracic-outlet surgery. Despite those setbacks — or perhaps to spite them — yesterday Garcia pitched the game of his life, throwing harder than he ever has during his career. Garcia’s afternoon was nearly perfect: a wild pitch on a strikeout, a walk that was erased by a double play, and one hard-hit single...
Via Fangraphs
April 15, 2016  |  Discuss

The Cardinals Are Counting On Jaime Garcia In 2016

Time, man. It can sneak up on you pretty quick. Did you know that this is going to be Jaime Garcia’s 9th season with the Cardinals. Ninth. Longest tenured Cardinals(since MLB debut)?Molina-04Waino-05JAIME GARCIA-08Holliday-09Everyone else#OneOfTheseThingsIsNotLikeTheOthers — Kyle Reis (@kyler416) February 23, 2016 True, he did miss the entire 2009 season. And true, he only...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
February 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Cardinals: Enjoy Jaime Garcia while you can

One of the most bittersweet feelings in Cardinal Nation is watching St. Louis Cardinals’ lefthander Jaime Garcia work. When healthy, the man is a top of the rotation starter. He gobbles innings up and makes hitters unintentionally reinvent their swing at home plate. It’s ugly for the opposition when Garcia is on his game and the Cards thrive on it. In the midst of a rotation...
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June 15, 2015  |  Discuss

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