St. Louis Cardinals Game Notes for Saturday matchup with Reds at 4:10 PM

St. Louis Cardinals (1-0) at Cincinnati Reds (0-1)
Game No. 2 • Road Game No. 2 • Great American Ball Park • Saturday, April 3, 2021
RHP Adam Wainwright (5-3, 3.15 in 2020) vs. RHP Tyler Mahle (2-2, 3.59 in 2020)

RECENT REDBIRDS: The St. Louis Cardinals opened their 130th season of play
in the National League on Thursday with an 11-6 win over the Cincinnati Reds at
Great America Ball Park … The two division rivals continue their season-opening
three-game series with today’s 3:15 p.m. CT matinee.
MAYBE IT’S THE SKYLINE CHILI: St. Louis has won the season series over Cincinnati for nine consecutive seasons (2012-2020), and has gone 20-7 (.741) over
their last 27 games at Great American Ball Park since August 5, 2017.
BATTERY MATES: Today is the 275th time for Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright to be a starting battery in regular season play, most in Cardinals history
and 6th-most in Major League history (since 1908) … The New York Yankees
combo of Red Ruffing and Bill Dickey (1930-46) rank 5th at 282 starts.
WAINO’S WEEKEND: Adam Wainwright is a career 66-28 (.702) on weekend
games (Sat: 33-14 & Sun: 33-14), ranking 2nd among active pitchers in both win
pct. (Clayton Kershaw 53-21, .716) and wins (Justin Verlander 79-43, .628). (Elias)
MOLINA MILESTONES: Yadier Molina enters today’s game tied with A.J. Pierzynski (1998-2016) in career plate appearances (7,815) by a primary catcher,
10th all-time in MLB history… his next double (382) passes Hall of Famer Johnny
Bench (1967-83) for sole possession of 8th all-time among primary catchers …
Molina (1,990) needs 10 more games caught to reach 2,000 for his career, becoming the only catcher in MLB history with 2,000 games caught with one team.
MORE WAINO & YADI: Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina, the two oldest players in the NL, enter 2021 as teammates for the 17th season (2005-21), most in
franchise history and most in MLB since Mariano Rivera and Derek Jeter (19;
1993-2013) … The last pair of NL teammates to spend 17 seasons together (two
teams) were Pete Rose and Tony Perez in Cincinnati (16; 1964-76, ‘84-86) and
Philadelphia (1; 1983), while Pittsburgh was the last NL team with the same teammates for 17 seasons with Bill Mazeroski and Roberto Clemente (1956-72). (Elias)
SIX IS A SERIOUS NUMBER: Thursday’s six runs in the top of the first inning
established a Cardinals Opening Day record for first inning runs and were the
most since Atlanta scored six in the opening frame in 2010 against the Cubs …
Over the last five consecutive seasons (2017-21) at Great American Ball Park,
the Cardinals have recorded a 6+ run-inning: 9r-4th (8/6/17); 7r-7th (4/12/18);
10r-6th (7/19/19); 6r-1st (9/1/20); 6r-1st (4/1/21) (Elias).
THESE GO TO 11: The last time St. Louis scored 11 Opening Day runs was April
5, 2010, an 11-6 win at Cincinnati as Albert Pujols went deep twice and Yadier Molina hit a three-run homer…The Opening Day franchise runs record is 14
(1928 and 1982).
GOLD NUGGETS: Paul Goldschmidt (4-5) became the 11th Cardinal to record
four or more hits on Opening Day and first since Albert Pujols (April 5, 2010 in 11-6 win at Cincinnati) … Among MLB players with 40+ PA at
Great American Ball Park since 2019, Paul Goldschmidt leads MLB in batting average (.366, 15-41), while Tommy Edman (.340, 18-53) is 3rd.
I SPIT HOT FIRE: Thursday, Dylan Carlson (age 22.160) became the youngest starting centerfielder in franchise history and 3rd-youngest
Cardinal overall to homer on Opening Day, behind Eddie Morgan (21.147 in 1936) and Joe “Ducky” Medwick (22.144 in 1934).
250 GOLDY DINGERS: Paul Goldschmidt’s next homer will be the 250th of his career, as he seeks to become the 9th player to hit home run

250 in a Cardinals uniform and join Stan Musial (9/4/53 at Milwaukee Braves), Ken Boyer (7/10/65 at Chicago Cubs), Orlando Cepeda (6/9/67

at LA Dodgers), Jim Edmonds (7/18/03 at LA Dodgers), Reggie Sanders (4/9/04 at Arizona), Albert Pujols (10/1/06 vs. Milwaukee), Scott
Rolen (8/23/06 at New York Mets), and Matt Holliday (9/27/13 vs. Chicago Cubs) … Nolan Arenado enters the season with 235 career homers.
S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y! HEY!: The Cardinals went 8-2 on Saturdays in 2020 (5-0 on the road), their most successful day of the week and matching
the Angels (8-3) and Rays (8-3) for most wins by any Major League team … In 2019, the Redbirds were 13-15 (.464) on Saturdays (3-10 on
the road) for their least successful day of the week.

CARDINALS vs. REDS
All-Time (1892-2021):…………………..1,198-1,091
in St. Louis (1892-2020) …………………………… 663-478
at Sportsman’s/Robison Field (1892-1920).. 125-143
at Sportsman’s Park/Busch I (1920-66)……. 319-171
at Busch Stadium II (1966-2005)…………….. 139-119
at Busch Stadium III (2006-20)…………………… 81-45
in Cincinnati (1892-2021): …………………..532-612
at League Pk/Palace of the Fans (1892-1912)…. 71-123
at Crosley Field (1913-1970)…………………… 299-308
at Riverfront/Cinergy Field (1970-2002)……… 86-107
at Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey (2019)…………… 1-1
at Great American Ball Park (2003-21) ……..77-74
2021……………………………………………………………. 1-0
at Busch Stadium…………………………………………n/a
at Great American Ball Park …………………………. 1-0
2020……………………………………………………………. 6-4
2019………………………………………………………….. 12-7
2021 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS (1-0)
4/1 at CIN……. W, 11-6 ……….. Gallegos-Castillo
4/3 at CIN…………………………………3:10 p.m.
4/4 at CIN………………………………. 12:10 p.m.
4/23 at STL …………………………………………. 7:15 p.m.
4/24 at STL …………………………………………. 1:15 p.m.
4/25 at STL …………………………………………. 1:15 p.m.
6/3 at STL …………………………………………… 7:15 p.m.
6/4 at STL …………………………………………… 7:15 p.m.
6/5 at STL …………………………………………… 1:15 p.m.
6/6 at STL …………………………………………… 1:15 p.m.
7/23 at CIN………………………………………….. 6:10 p.m.
7/24 at CIN………………………………………….. 6:10 p.m.
7/25 at CIN………………………………………… 12:10 p.m.
8/30 at CIN………………………………………….. 5:40 p.m.
8/31 at CIN………………………………………….. 5:40 p.m.
9/1 at CIN……………………………………………. 5:40 p.m.
9/10 at STL …………………………………………. 7:15 p.m.
9/11 at STL …………………………………………. 6:15 p.m.
9/12 at STL …………………………………………. 1:15 p.m.

CINCINNATI CONNECTIONS
Daniel Ponce de Leon (38th round in 2012) and
Tyler Webb (48th round in 2011) were both selected by the Reds, but did not sign.
Daniel Ponce de Leon (July 23, 2018 at GABP)
and Alex Reyes (August 9, 2016 at Busch) made
their MLB debuts vs. Cincinnati.
Mike Maddux was born in Dayton, Ohio…originally selected by the Reds in the 36th round of
the 1979 MLB draft, but did not sign to attend the
University of Texas at El Paso.
David Bell previously served as a Cardinals assistant hitting (2014) and bench coach (2015-17)…
played parts of four seasons with St. Louis (1995-
98)…traded by Cleveland with Pepe McNeal and
Rick Heiserman to St. Louis for Ken Hill (July 27,
1995).
Reds Executive Advisor to the CEO Walt Jocketty served as the Cardinals GM for 13 seasons
(1995-2007)…during tenure, St. Louis compiled
seven NL Central Division championships (1996,
2000-02, ‘04-06), two NL Championships (‘04,
‘06), and one World Series Championship (‘06)…
named MLB Executive of the Year (2000, ‘04, ‘10).
Reds broadcaster Jeff Brantley pitched in 48
games for St. Louis in 1998.
Reds first base coach Delino DeShields played
two seasons with St. Louis (1997-98).
Cardinals Hall of Famer Scott Rolen played his
final four seasons with the Reds (2009-12), where
he was a 2010 Gold Glove Award winner and twotime All-Star (2010-11).
Cardinals broadcaster and Hall of Famer Jim Edmonds played 13 games for the Reds during his
final professional season in 2010.
Cardinals Hall of Famer Vince Coleman played in
33 games for the Reds in 1996.
Reds Assistant Hitting Coach Joe Mather was
selcted by the Cardinals in the 3rd round of the
2001 MLB draft…played parts of two seasons with
St. Louis (2008, ‘10).
Cardinals Principal Owner and Chief Executive Office William DeWitt Jr. was a prior owner of the
Reds and shareholder of the Cincinnati Bengals…
his father, William O. DeWitt, was a sole owner
of the Reds from 1961-67.
Reds pro scout Bruce Manno worked in the Cardinals for six seasons as Director of Player Development (2002-06) and Senior Director of Pro
Scouting & Special Assistant to the GM (2007).
Reds Bullpen Coach Lee Tunnell pitched in 32
games for St. Louis in 1987.
Reds Special Asst. to the GM Marty Maier spent
24 seasons with St. Louis as an area scout, Latin
American coordinator, asst. director of scouting,
scouting director and special asst. to the GM.
Reds Special Assistant to the GM, Player Personnel Cam Bonifay played two minor league seasons with the Cardinals…later worked for St Louis
as a professional scout and special assistant.
Reds Player Performance Special Asst. Eric Davis
played two seasons (1999-2000) for St. Louis.
Reds Special Assistant to the GM John Morris
played five seasons for St. Louis (1986-90).
Reds CEO Robert Castellini, Chairman W. Joseph
Williams Jr. and Vice Chairman Thomas Williams
were Cardinals investors from 1995-2006…interests were sold as a condition of their acquisition of
a controlling ownership stake of the Reds.

UPCOMING SCHEDULE & PROBABLE PITCHERS All times are St. Louis (Central)
Sunday, April 4 12:10 p.m. at Cincinnati Reds RHP Carlos Martinez (0-3, 9.90 in 2020) RHP Jeff Hoffman (2-1, 9.28 in 2020) BSM // KMOX
Monday, April 5 5:40 p.m. at Miami Marlins RHP Daniel Ponce de Leon (1-3, 4.96 in 2020) LHP Trevor Rogers (1-2, 6.11 in 2020) BSM // KMOX
Tuesday, April 6 5:40 p.m. at Miami Marlins RHP John Gant (0-3, 2.40 in 2020) TBA BSM // KMOX
Wednesday, April 7 3:10 p.m. at Miami Marlins RHP Jack Flaherty (0-0, 12.46) TBA BSM // KMOX

SATURDAY’S STARTING PITCHER: ADAM WAINWRIGHT (5-3, 3.15 in 2020)

Adam Wainwright 50
HT: 6-7 WT: 230 BATS: Right THROWS: Right
FULL NAME: Adam Parrish Wainwright
AGE: 39 BORN: Aug. 30, 1981 in Brunswick, GA
SCHOOL: Glynn Academy High School (Brunswick, Georgia)
BECAME CARDINAL: Acquired from Atlanta with RHP Jason Marquis
and LHP Ray King for OF J.D. Drew and C Eli Marrero, Dec. 13, 2003
CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2020
ML SERVICE: 14.027 MLB DEBUT: Sept. 11, 2005 vs. New York Mets

Adam Wainwright pitching for the St. Louis Cardinals in 2012. By Dirk Hansen – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

TODAY’S GAME
• Enters today’s game as the oldest active player in the National League (5th in MLB).
• Is a career 66-28 (.702) on weekend games (33-14 on Sat. & 33-14 on Sun.), ranking
2nd among active pitchers in both winning percentage (1. Kershaw 53-21, .716) and
total wins (1. Verlander 79-43, .628). (Elias Sports Bureau)
• Reigning Roberto Clemente Award winner (2020), becoming the 6th honoree in St.
Louis Cardinals history and 4th Cardinal in the last nine years (Molina, Beltrán, Pujols).
• Making his first start of the 2021 season and his 394th career appearance. Needs seven
appearances to become the 7th pitcher in Cardinals history to amass 400 appearances
(Jesse Haines 554, Bob Gibson 528, Bill Sherdel 465, Bob Forsch 455, Al Brazle 441,
Jason Isringhausen 401).
• Appearing with Yadier Molina for the 275th career start as batterymates, currently
ranked 6th all-time (since records were kept in 1908) in Major League history.
• His 30th career start vs. Cincinnati, 7th Cardinals pitcher in history to make 30 or more
starts vs. the Reds.
• Beginning his 16th career season in the Cardinals organization, ranking T-5th with Lou
Brock among most seasons played with the franchise (1. Musial 22; 2. Molina 18).
• Ranks T-2nd (Ryan Zimmerman, WSH) among active MLB players for seasons played
with one organization, trailing only batterymate, Yadier Molina (STL, 18).

SPRING TRAINING 2021
• Made six starts in which all six contests ended in a win or tie (2-0-4).
• Did not allow a hit to a player other than Jose Altuve until his 4th start on March 17
at HOU (Yordan Alvarez, single). Altuve’s first four hits vs. Wainwright completed the
cycle (triple, double, single, home run).
• Retired 16 of his first 17 batters faced in the Spring.
• Rolled over his first inning in his final start of the Spring vs. NYM (3/29) in the 1st
inning, and returned to pitch the 2nd and 3rd innings.
• Struck out a Spring Training-high seven batters vs. WSH (3/23) over 6.0 innings, most
by any Cardinals pitcher in a 2021 Spring Training pitching appearance.

2020 SEASON
NL Rankings: Wins (5, T-8th), ERA (3.15, 10th), complete games (2, T-1st), Opponent BA
(.221, 9th), WHIP (1.05, 7th), win % (.625, T-12th), H/9 IP (7.40, 9th), BR/9 IP (9.73, 8th),
% pitches in play (20.5, 4th), % swings in play (44.6, 4th), % 1st pitch strikes (67.6, 1st).
• Started 4-0 for the first time in his career (3-0 in 2010). The Cardinals were 6-2 in his
starts last season.
• He and Yadier Molina have been a starting battery for 274 games; 6th-most all-time in
MLB history (since 1908) (see chart).
• Made 16th starts after turning age 38, passing Dazzy Vance for 7th-most in franchise history.
• Threw 6.0 or more innings in eight of 10 starts and 7.0 or more innings in four.
• Tossed his 24th career complete game in a 4-2 win at MIL (9/16 [1]), becoming the
fourth pitcher age 39 or older to throw two complete games in a single season since
2010 (R.A. Dickey, Bartolo Colon & Jamie Moyer) and the last Cardinals pitcher to do
so since Jim Kaat (6 in 1980).
• Earned the win vs. CLE (8/30) coming on his 39th birthday. Was his 23rd career complete game and his 200th quality start. Recorded his 1,800th career strikeout in the
game. Was his first complete game since 7/16/16 at MIA.
• Became the oldest Cardinals pitcher to earn a win in a complete game since Chuck Finley
(39.274) vs. CIN (8/27/2002 – G2) and the oldest to throw a complete game win with
nine or more strikeouts since Dazzy Vance (42.183) at CHI (9/3/1933). The previous
pitcher in MLB, aged 39 or older, to earn a complete game win was Bartolo Colon
(42.183) w/ MIN vs. TEX (8/4/2017).
• Ran his record to 2-0 on his birthday with the Cardinals owning a 4-0 record on his
birthday when he pitches.
• Has a regular season win against 25 of the 30 MLB teams in his career (BAL, MIN, NYY,
TEX, STL).
• Teamed up with catcher Yadier Molina to become the oldest battery in Cardinals history
with a complete game at 28,173 days and the oldest since Larry McWilliams and Bob
Boone of Kansas City (9/29/1989) at 28,303 days. Molina was playing in his 2,000th
career game getting the start marking the 269th career start between the two.

2020 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS & LOWS
2020 CAREER
9.0, 8/30 vs. CLE…………………………… IP …………. 9.0, 21 times. Last: 8/30/20 vs. CLE
4, 2x. Last: 9/16 at MIL [1] ……….Low-Hit CG…………………………….1, 5/20/14 vs. ARI
4, 2x. Last: 8/25 vs. KC…………………Runs………………9, 4 times. Last: 6/17/17 at BAL
4, 8/25 vs. KC ………………………..Earned Runs…………9, 3 times. Last: 6/17/17 at BAL
8, 2x. Last: 9/26 vs. MIL ………………..Hits…………….12, 5 times. Last: 9/28/19 vs. CHI
2, 2x. Last: 9/26 vs. MIL …………..Home Runs…………………………….4, 9/28/19 vs. CHI
3, 8/15 at CWS [1]………………………Walks ………………………………….7, 6/2/19 vs. CHI
9, 2x. Last: 9/16 at MIL [1] ………..Strikeouts…………..12, 5 times. Last: 5/25/14 at CIN
n/a………………………………… 10+ Strikeouts Games …….. 10. Last: 5/28/19 at PHI (10)
122, 8/30 vs. CLE………………………….Pitches…………………………..130, 9/26/09 at COL
4 games, 7/25-9/10…………………. Win Streak ………………….. 9 games, 6/7/08-4/29/09
2 games, 9/21-present……………Losing Streak…………………….. 4 games, 8/18-9/4/10
10.1 IP, 9/16-9/21………………. Scoreless Streak ……………………..26.0 IP, 7/4-7/27/10

WAINWRIGHT vs. CINCINNATI REDS
W-L ERA AVG G GS IP H R ER BB SO HR
CAREER 10-13 5.12 .268 34 29 174.0 184 106 99 54 141 28
at GABP 7-6 4.85 .244 20 18 107.2 100 59 58 35 94 16
2020 0-1 3.46 .269 2 2 13.0 14 7 5 2 8 2
LAST APP: 9/11/20 at STL (L, 3-1) 1 1 6.0 8 3 3 2 4 1
LAST WIN: 8/16/19 at STL (W, 13-4) 1 1 6.2 7 4 3 1 6 1
• Making his 30th career start vs. the Reds (35th app.), becoming the 7th pitcher in
Cardinals history to start 30 or more games vs. the Reds (Haines 65, Gibson 45,
Doak 39, Cooper 37, Mizell 36, Brecheen 30).
• Reds are his 4th most common opponent (35) trailing the Cubs (51), Brewers (44)
and Pirates (43).
• Has received two runs of support or less in 13 career starts vs. the Reds.
• Cardinals are 10-1 in his starts when receiving 4+ runs of support (9-0 with 5 runs).
• Surrendered a home run in each of his last six starts at Cincinnati, longest streak
among active pitchers at CIN and tied for the longest streak in Cardinals history at
Cincinnati with Bob Forsch (1982-88) and Larry Jackson (1960-62).
• Has not earned a win in his first start of the season vs. CIN since 4/19/15, tossing 8.0
innings allowing one run on seven hits in a 2-1 win; his last complete start of 2015
before tearing his Achilles in his next start at Milwaukee (4/25/15).

AT THE PLATE
AVG AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SF SH
2019 .160 50 8 3 0 0 2 2 20 1 6
CAREER .199 685 136 37 2 10 71 24 224 3 60
Home Runs: 5/24/06 at SF • 8/5/07 at WSH • 4/16/08 vs. MIL • 5/26/09 at MIL
• 8/14/09 vs. SD • 9/5/12 vs. NYM • 5/2/16 vs. PHI • 8/2/16 at CIN
• 4/21/17 at MIL • 6/1/17 vs. LAD
Most Hits: 3, 3 times. Last: 9/18/13 at COL Most RBI: 4, twice. Last: 4/21/17 at MIL
• ACTIVE MLB PITCHER CAREER RANKS (min. 250 PA): Hits (136, 1st), RBI (71, 1st),
doubles (37, 1st), extra-base hits (49, 1st), runs (53, 1st), home runs (10, 2nd), triples (2, T4th), walks (24, 5th), sacrifice hits (60, 5th), sacrifice flies (3, T4th), batting
(.199, 2nd), OBP (.225, 4th), SLG (.303, 3rd), OPS (.528, 3rd)

MAJOR LEAGUE BATTERY MATES – REGULAR SEASON
Top Pitching & Catching Tandems in MLB Regular Season History (since 1908)
MLB Tandem Team(s) Starts

  1. Mickey Lolich & Bill Freehan Detroit Tigers (1963-75) 324
  2. Warren Spahn & Del Crandall Boston/Milwaukee Braves (1949-63) 316
  3. Red Faber & Ray Schalk Chicago White Sox (1914-26) 306
  4. Don Drysdale & John Roseboro Brooklyn/LA Dodgers (1957-67) 283
  5. Red Ruffing & Bill Dickey New York Yankees (1930-46) 282
  6. Adam Wainwright & Yadier Molina St. Louis Cardinals (2007-present) 274
  7. Steve Rogers & Gary Carter Montreal Expos (1975-84) 270

MOST STARTS ALL-TIME BY A CARDINAL
AFTER TURNING AGE 38 (SINCE 1908)
Cardinas Starts Season(s)

  1. Pete Alexander 96 1926-29
  2. Jesse Haines 59 1931-37
  3. Bob Gibson 47 1974-75
  4. Murry Dickson 40 1956-57
    Cardinal Starts Season(s)
  5. Clarence Mitchell 23 1929-30
  6. Jim Kaat 17 1980-83
  7. Adam Wainwright 16 2019-20
  8. Dazzy Vance 15 1933-34

2021 SPRING TRAINING GAME LOG (0-0, 2.42 ERA)
DATE vs. RESULT DEC G GS IP H R ER BB SO HR NP-S RS OPP STARTER W-L ERA AVG NOTES
3/2 @MIA T, 0-0 ND 1 1 2.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 20-14 0 Pablo Lopez 0-0 0.00 .000 Retired all six batters faced
3/7 HOU W, 8-5 ND 1 1 3.0 1 1 1 0 5 1 44-27 8 Kent Emanuel 0-0 1.80 .067 Retired final eight batters; 9 of 10 overall
3/12 HOU W, 4-3 ND 1 1 4.0 1 0 0 1 3 0 41-25 4 Kent Emanuel 0-0 1.00 .074 Allowed 2 H through 3 starts, both Altuve (3B, 2B)
3/17 @HOU T, 4-4 ND 1 1 4.2 5 2 2 1 4 1 — 4 Bryan Abreu 0-0 1.98 .152 Retired first nine batters of the game
3/23 WSH T, 5-5 ND 1 1 6.0 2 1 1 1 7 1 76-55 5 Jon Lester 0-0 1.83 .136 Struck out a Spring Training-high 7 batters
3/29 NYM T, 3-3 ND 1 1 2.2 3 2 2 1 1 0 47-31 3 Taijuan Walker 0-0 2.42 .156 Rolled over 1st inning; pitched 2nd and 3rd
Spring Totals 0-0 6 6 22.1 12 6 6 4 21 2 — 24 0-0 2.42 .156

UPCOMING MILESTONES
Player Current Number Milestone Within Reach
Matt Carpenter …….. 734 Runs…………………………….Needs 2 to reach 736 and tie Ted Simmons (1971-80) for 18th all-time Cardinals
Jack Flaherty ……….. 486 Strikeouts ……………………..Needs 14 to reach 500 for his career.
Paul Goldschmidt …. 249 Home Runs……………………Needs 1 to reach 250 for his career
Yadier Molina ………. 381 Doubles ………………………..Needs 1 to reach 382 and pass Johnny Bench (1967-83) for 8th all-time among catchers in Major League history
………………………….. 7,815 Plate Appearances ……….Needs 1 to reach 7,816 for his career and pass A.J. Pierzynski (1998-2016) for 10th all-time among catchers in MLB hsitory
………………………….. 2,876 Total Bases …………………Needs 8 to reach 2,884 for his career and tie Jason Kendall (1996-2010) for 15th all-time among catchers in MLB history
………………………….. 1,990 Games at Catcher…………Needs 10 to reach 2,000 for his career, becoming the only catcher in MLB history with 2,000 with one team
Adam Wainwright…. 977 Strikeouts ……………………..Needs 23 to reach 1,000 at Busch Stadium III
………………………….. 393 Games ………………………….Needs 7 to become the 7th pitcher in history to reach 400 for their Cardinals career.
………………………….. 49 Extra-Base Hits ………………..Needs 6 to reach 55 for his career to join Steve Carlton and Bob Forsch as only MLB pitchers with 10 HR & 55 XBH since 1969.

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