The St. Louis Cardinals with a 3-1 over the Cincinnati Reds yesterday (Sunday).
Gyro Munoz was a double short of the cycle, providing a spark for the offense with a single, triple, and a home run.
The Redbirds ended up taking 3 out of 4 games from the Reds and just a 1/2 game behind in the wild card race.
The Kansas City Royals with a 5-4 loss to the Cleveland Indians.
Royals right fielder Jorge Soler hit his 27th home run.
The St. Louis Blues and centermen Oskar Sundqvist have agreed to a four year deal.
The contract is reportedly worth 2.75 million.
Former St. Louis Cardinal’s closer Lee Smith is now a member of baseball’s hall of fame.
Smith was inducted into the elite club yesterday (Sunday) in Cooperstown.
The 61 year old Smith retired in 1997 as baseball’s all time saves leader, and still ranks third on the current list with 478 saves.
Smith gave an inspiring speech yesterday (Sunday) in front of 55 thousand fans where he highlighted the importance of family, community, being a good teammate and an even better person.