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Where: Wrigley Field, Chicago, IL
When: Sunday, May 5th at 7:05 PM EST
How (TV/Radio): Cardinals TV/Radio: Fox Sports Midwest, KMOX 1120 AM. Cubs TV/Radio: WGN-TV/NBC Sports Chicago, WSCR 670 AM.
The Cardinals have been dominant this season with a stunning 19 wins in their first 29 games.
Even with the impressive record, most of those wins have come at home, as the Cards have won only seven of their 13 games on the road in 2019.
The Cardinals are at 7-1 odds to win the National League and 15-1 to take the World Series crown.
The Cubs have begun to string together some wins on their recent road trip and now hope to parlay some of that magic at Wrigley Park.
Through their first 11 games at home, the Cubs are hitting a meager .223 but have seven wins against four losses.
The Cubs have 15-1 odds to win the National League and have 20-1 odds to win the 2019 World Series.
Wainwright has discovered a bit of lost magic with four quality starts this season allowing just two runs or less in each game.
In his last two starts, Wainwright has been a revelation allowing only three solo homers in 12.1 innings.
After stringing together a run of 21 innings with just two earned runs allowed, Quintana was found to be mortal in his last start against Arizona.
Against the Diamondbacks, Quintana threw 5.2 innings but allowed two homers and three earned runs.
Against left-handed pitchers in 2019, the Cards are hitting just .206 with only seven homers.
In 2019, the Cards are batting .254 on the road but have 24 homers in those 13 games.
Chicago has enjoyed playing at Wrigley Field over the past few seasons with a winning record at home in every year since 2014.
In their eleven home games in 2019, the Cubs have scored 46 runs in 11 games for a 4.18 runs-per-game average.
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