#951 St. Louis
#952 Washington

Monday April 19, 2021
at 7:05pm EDT

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The Washington Nationals will host the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday in the first game of a three-game series. The Nationals took two out of three games from April 12-14 against the Cardinals in St. Louis just last week. The St. Louis Cardinals are 7-9 on the season after losing their last two games to Philadelphia, including a 2-0 loss on Saturday afternoon. The Nationals are 5-8 this year and had their two-game winning streak snapped with a 5-2 loss to Arizona on Sunday. Yadier Molina keeps ad... Read more



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The National League Central takes on the National League East once again as the St. Louis Cardinals start another series with the Washington Nationals, this time at Nationals Park in Washington D.C. The Cardinals lost two of three of the Phillies in their last series while the Nationals split their four-game series against the Diamondbacks. St. Louis has right-hander Jack Flaherty starting Monday while Washington will give the ball to righty Joe Ross. Cardinals Stuck in MediocrityThe Cardinals’... Read more



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Cardinals vs. Nationals Odds Cardinals Odds -110 Nationals Odds -110 Over/Under 8 Time Monday, 7:05 p.m. ET TV MLB Network Odds as of Sunday and via PointsBet Read more



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Washington Nationals (5-8) vs St. Louis Cardinals (7-8) Game Info: Monday, April 19, 2021 at 7:05 pm (Nationals Park) Joe Ross (1-0) (0.00) vs Jack Flaherty (2-0) (4.11) Betting Odds: Washington Nationals -103 / St. Louis Cardinals -107 --- Over/Under: 8 Click Here for the Latest Odds The Washington Nationals will host the St. Louis Cardinals in an NL battle on Monday. It will be the first of a three-game set at Nationals Park. Washington comes into this game having split their 4-game series wit... Read more



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The Washington Nationals are dealing with issues involving three members of their starting rotation. No. 5 starter Joe Ross isn't one of them. Ross (1-0, 0.00), who elected not to play in 2020, has not given up a run in 11 innings over two starts. He makes his third start Monday when the Nationals host the St. Louis Cardinals in the opener of a three-game series. On Wednesday, he threw six shutout innings in a win at St. Louis, allowing four hits and striking out five. "It feels good," Ross said... Read more