• Looking to jump-start his offense, Matheny flip-flopped Holliday and Allen Craig in Wednesday's lineup. Holliday batted cleanup for the first time this season, while Craig moved into the three-hole for the fifth time. Matheny did not commit to how he'll order the two after Wednesday.
"When you have trouble getting some production," Matheny said, "sometimes a minor change can make a difference."
• Matt Carpenter, who has started a team-high 98 games this season, was given the day off after playing all 20 innings of Tuesday's doubleheader. Carpenter, who has played every game since June 15, has just two hits in 24 at-bats on this road trip.
• Right-hander Michael Wacha, the Cardinals' No. 2 prospect as ranked by MLB.com, retired 17 of the 20 batters he faced while pitching six shutout innings for Triple-A Memphis on Tuesday. He struck out seven and allowed two hits.
• Center fielder Jon Jay had his errorless streak of 245 games snapped on Tuesday. The streak is the longest in franchise history for an outfielder. Curt Flood held the previous record, with 226 errorless games from 1963 to 1965.
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