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Andrew Knizner had a solid performance at the plate on Thursday, going 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBI to help lead the Cardinals to a 5-2 victory over the Rays.
This was a continuation of his productive season, as he now has a .255 batting average with nine home runs and 26 RBI in 45 games played. Knizner's power has been a key asset for the Cardinals, and he will look to build on this performance as the season progresses.
Andrew Knizner had a big game at the plate on Thursday, going 2-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI, but it wasn't enough to lift the Cardinals to victory as they fell to the Cubs by a score of 10-3.
Knizner's power was on full display as he launched two long balls, accounting for all of his team's runs in the contest. Despite the loss, Knizner's performance was a bright spot for the Cardinals and he continues to provide solid production in his limited playing time this season.
Cardinals catcher Andrew Knizer is out of the starting lineup Thursday versus the Cubs.
Knizer started two of three games against the D-backs this week and contributed a three-run homer and an additional run scored in Wednesday's win. Despite the two-hit night on Wednesday, Knizer is hitting just .226 with six homers, one steal, and a .669 OPS across 129 trips to the plate.
Andrew Knizner had a strong performance at the plate on Wednesday, going 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI as the Cardinals defeated the Diamondbacks 11-7.
This outing adds to Knizner's season totals, which now stand at a .226 batting average, six home runs, and 20 RBI in 39 games played.
Cardinals catcher Andrew Knizer is back in the starting lineup Wednesday versus the D-backs.
Knizer will start his second game of this three-game set with the D-backs as he'll take on a tough righty in the form of Zac Gallen. It's been tough sledding for Knizer at the dish as he's hitting just .217 with five homers, one stolen base, and a .271 wOBA across 125 trips to the plate.