In case you missed it, watch this video from the Monday, May 30 game at Miller Park.

(Photo by Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)

In my last post, I covered the depth of the Cardinals offense. Add power to that depth, and you have Matt Holliday’s 466 foot home run rocket 466 feet to straightaway Center! The Cardinals defeated the Brewers 6-0 to end the game, and they’ve won both games in the series so far. Today, they play the Brewers at 12:40. Listen to every pitch of the game on ESPN 105.3 FM. GO Cards!

And my 7-year-old son read this post and said, "Why are the Cubs in first? That should be the Cardinals!" Wait until the All-Star Break, son, and all that will change.

Upcoming Games

DateTimeOpponentProbable Pitcher
Wednesday, June 112:40 PM@ Milwaukee BrewersJaime Garcia
Friday, June 37:15 PMvs. San Francisco GiantsAdam Wainwright
Saturday, June 46:15 PMvs. San Francisco GiantsCarlos Martinez
Sunday, June 57:05 PMvs. San Francisco GiantsTBD

Game times and pitchers are subject to change. Go to stlcardinals.com for the most up-to-date schedule and information.

NL Central Standings

TeamWinsLossesPercentageGames Back
Chicago Cubs3515.7000
Pittsburgh Pirates2922.5696.5
St. Louis Cardinals2825.5288.5
Milwaukee Brewers2329.44213.0
Cincinnati Reds1735.32719.0

105.3 WJLT ESPN Evansville only airs games via radio broadcast. Online listening can be found at mlb.com.