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St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training Guide: March 4-10

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Here we are, starting the second full week of Spring Training games. The Cardinals enter Monday with a 3-4-2 record, ranking in the lower-third of the 15-team Grapefruit League standings - if you care about that. St. Louis has seven games slated for this week, including two on Friday to further establish it as your favorite day of the week.

Monday’s contest is in Lakeland against the Tigers, with a 12:05 PM Central Time first pitch. Adam Wainwright will make his second start of the spring and be caught by newest Cardinal Matt Wieters. Michael Fulmer will take the ball for Detroit. You can stream a radio broadcast of this game on MLB.com.

On Tuesday, the Cardinals will be in Clearwater to take on the very-commonly-mentioned Phillies. Bryce Harper (he signed with the Phillies, you know) will not make his debut with the team until this weekend, however, so the Cardinals won’t be involved in that. Tuesday’s game is worth following, nonetheless: Jack Flaherty will have his third tune-up of the exhibition season. This game will be on MLB Network and MLB.TV just after 12:00 PM

The Cardinals will be in Tampa on Wednesday to face the Yankees at 12:05 PM. John Gant is in line for his third start, and the Yankees will broadcast this game on the YES Network. So, if you have MLB.TV or can watch New York-area programming, you are in luck!

After a day off on Thursday, the Cardinals will have a split-squad on Friday. A chunk of the team will be back in Jupiter to take on the Nationals at 12:05 PM, and the other part of the club will travel to West Palm Beach to face the Astros just after 5:00 in the evening. Both games on Friday will be aired on KMOX 1120 and across the Cardinals Radio Network.

The Astros will come to Jupiter on Saturday for a 12:05 PM ballgame. You have plenty of options to catch this one; Fox Sports Midwest and MLB Network will air the game, as will MLB.TV, KMOX, the Cardinals Radio Network, and Astros radio affiliates.

On Sunday, the Cardinals will be in Port St. Lucie to take on the Mets. A different start time: 12:10 PM, a whole five minutes. Like Saturday, you have many options to catch this one. Fox Sports Midwest will broadcast the game, as will KMOX and the Cardinals Radio Network.

A summary:

Mon. 3/4 at Tigers, 12:05 PM | MLB.com (radio)

Tues. 3/5 at Phillies, 12:05 PM | MLB Network, MLB.TV

Wed. 3/6 at Yankees, 12:05 PM | MLB.TV, YES Network

*** The Cardinals are off on Thursday, March 7. ***

Fri. 3/8 vs. Nationals, 12:05 PM | KMOX 1120, CRN

Fri. 3/8 at Astros, 5:05 PM | KMOX 1120, CRN

Sat. 3/9 vs. Astros, 12:05 PM | FSMW, MLB Network. MLB.TV, KMOX 1120, CRN

Sun. 3/10 at Mets, 12:10 PM | FSMW, KMOX 1120, CRN