Phillies Vs. Cardinals Final Score: Philadelphia Falls To St. Louis 4-1

The Philadelphia Phillies fell to the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday night by a final score of 4-1. Philadelphia knocked in its only run in the bottom of the first inning thanks to first baseman Ryan Howard, who grounded out on a fielder's choice that scored right fielder Domonic Brown.

The Cardinals recovered from the early deficit in the sixth inning, putting up three runs courtesy of a homer by left fielder Matt Holliday. They bolstered their lead in the eighth, making it 4-1 after an RBI single by outfielder Carlos Beltran.

Cliff Lee was given the loss, allowing 10 hits and four earned runs in seven innings. His record fell to 2-7 on the season.

Philadelphia's record dropped to 51-63 after the defeat, while the Cardinals improved to 62-52. The two teams will face off again on Sunday in the third and final matchup of the series. The game is set to begin at 1:35 p.m. Eastern Time.

Stick with this StoryStream for scores, news updates and more from the Phillies series against the Cardinals. For all things Phillies, check out The Good Phight. For the Cardinal perspective on things, head over to Viva El Birdos.

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