The Cincinnati Reds (43-52) and St. Louis Cardinals (50-46) are set to play the third game of their four-game set in Cincinnati. The Cardinals won in astounding fashion on Friday, erasing an early 7-0 deficit with a 10-run sixth inning, ultimately holding on for a 12-11 final.
How to Live Stream the Game
First pitch is scheduled for 7:10 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on FOX Sports Ohio and FOX Sports Midwest. Additional streams of the action can be found via the MLB Streams subreddit.
Jesse Winker leads things off for the Reds as they try to rebound from Friday's brutal loss. Veteran first baseman Joey Votto bats after him. He's struggled lately, slashing just .203/.227/.288 over his last 15 games. Josh VanMeter, who scored two runs on Friday, bats fifth in his eighth start of the year.
Ace pitcher Luis Castillo (9-3, 2.41 ERA) starts for Cincinnati. He's been the subject of plenty of trade rumors, so his start will no doubt be heavily scrutinized with the trade deadline looming.
Tommy Edman leads things off for the Cardinals as they gun for their fourth straight win and a series victory. Jose Martinez, who slugged a three-run home run to cap St. Louis' 10-run inning, bats second. Batting seventh is Paul DeJong, who hit a late two-run home run that proved to be crucial in the team's eventual 12-11 victory.
Miles Mikolas (6-9, 4.15 ERA) gets the call for St. Louis. Mikolas has hit a bit of a groove lately, posting a 3.69 ERA over his last seven starts.