Phillies Vs. Cardinals Preview: St. Louis Tries To Stop Losing Streak At 2 Games

The St. Louis Cardinals started the season with a bang and jumped out to an impressive 20-11 record, but since May 9 they have won just five of 15 games. On Friday night they fell to the Philadelphia Phillies in 10 innings by a score of 5-3, so now it's up to Jaime Garcia (3-2, 3.55 ERA) to stop the current losing streak at two games. Meanwhile, the Phillies will send Kyle Kendrick (0-4, 5.23 ERA) to the mound as they hope to claim a series victory by snatching the first three games before the finale of the four-game set on Sunday afternoon.

The Cardinals have dropped out of first-place in the NL Central -- the Cincinnati Reds are 0.5 games up -- but they still have the top run differential of any team in the National League at +62 runs.

Game Date & Time: Saturday, May 26, 6:15 p.m. CT

Location: Busch Stadium, St. Louis, MO

TV: FOX (click here for regional coverage map)

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation St. Louis. Visit Viva El Birdos for more in-depth coverage of the St. Louis Cardinals and The Good Phight for more on the Phillies. For more news and updates from around the MLB, drop by Baseball Nation with Rob Neyer, or dig deeper into the stats at Beyond the Box Score.

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