Monday, June 18, at Philadelphia-Phillies 6, Cardinals 5 (10 innings): A walk-off loss didn't sit well with the Cardinals after they'd rallied for two runs in the ninth to tie and grabbed the lead in the 10th before falling on a two-out, two-strike, two-run double. Getty Images
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Tuesday, June 19, at Philadelphia-Cardinals 7, Phillies 6: Matt Carpenter put on a gritty (and happy) face after his game-winning solo homer in the ninth inning gave the Cardinals a lead they'd surrendered in the eighth. Getty Images
Wednesday, June 20, at Philadelphia-Phillies 4, Cardinals 3: A season of injuries further escalated when Michael Wacha (8-2, 3.20 ERA in 15 starts) left in the fourth inning with a left oblique strain that sent him to the disabled list. Getty Images
Thursday, June 21, at Milwaukee-Brewers 11, Cardinals 3: No matter the perspective, the Cardinals didn't look like themselves on a night when they committed four errors and permitted six unearned runs. Associated Press
Friday, June 22, at Milwaukee-Brewers 2, Cardinals 1: Players from both sides lost their tempers, rookie Jack Flaherty lost his no-hit bid in the seventh inning and the Cardinals lost via walk-off for the second time on the road trip. Associated Press
Saturday, June 23, at Milwaukee-Cardinals 3, Brewers 2: Yadier Molina swung St. Louis back into the series, accounting for all three runs with a pair of homers, including this two-run blast in the sixth inning. Associated Press
Sunday, June 24, at Milwaukee-Cardinals 8, Brewers 2: Mike Matheny enjoyed the view and a series split for his club when Jose Martinez (left) rose to the occasion with a three-run blast that capped a five-run, fourth inning. Associated Press