Kim extends Whiteout Streak; Cardinals reign | Sports

SAN LUIS (AP) — Kwang Hyun Kim made six great runs, Tyler O’Neal and Paul Goldschmidt scored home runs, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the San Francisco Giants 2-1 on Saturday night, who cut one. Effect.

Kim (5-5) hasn’t allowed a run in his last 21 runs, in three starts. For the first time in the United States, a South Korean man was cast before the eyes of his wife and two children.

St. Louis have won eight of their last 10 home games against the Giants.

Kim allowed three hits in a walk of 85 pitches. Hit, a couple walked and moved away with a 3-0 lead.

He has allowed one or fewer runs in six of his last seven starts. His wife Lee Sang-hee and their two sons Minju and Minjae arrived in St. Louis earlier this week.

Anthony Disclavani (10-4) allowed three runs and five strikes in six innings. He had four hits and didn’t walk.

Colombian giants Donovan Solano 4-2. Venezuela’s Wilmer Flores 3-2 in one game, Cero Estrada 3-1.

For the Cardinals, Puerto Rico Yadier Molina 3-0. Panamanian Edmundo Sosa 1-0.

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