Lance Lynn SP STL 8 hours ago

Lynn took a no decision in a quality start Tuesday against the White Sox, as he allowed one run on six hits and a walk over six innings. He struck out six.

Lynn has been a model of consistency, going at least five innings in all 15 starts and allowing less than two earned runs in 12 of the 15 (80 percent). His ERA also fell to 2.74 after Tuesday's performance, exactly matching his 2014 mark. "Consistency" in pitching is often just a synonym for good, but few pitchers have been as predictably solid as Lynn over the past two years.

Lance Lynn SP STL 3 days ago

Lynn will have his next scheduled start moved up from Wednesday to Tuesday, Luke Thompson of FOX Sports Midwest reports.

With Jaime Garcia getting pushed off Tuesday's turn while he continues to battle a groin injury, Lynn will be the main beneficiary, as he'll now pick up a two-start week. Both matchups look quite favorable for Lynn, as Tuesday's outing will come against the light-hitting White Sox, while Sunday's opponent will be a home date against the Padres.

Lance Lynn SP STL 5 days ago

Lynn (5-4) gave up only two hits in six scoreless innings in Thursday's win over the Marlins. He struck out six and walked four.

Lynn, who had been on the disabled list with a strained forearm, pitched six scoreless innings and lowered his ERA to 2.84. The 28-year-old continued his dominance over the Marlins, improving to 4-0 lifetime in six games against them. He'll face the White Sox the next time he takes the mound Wednesday.

Lance Lynn SP STL 6 days ago

Lynn (forearm) was officially activated from the 15-day disabled list Thursday.

Lynn was already announced as Thursday's starter, so it was just a matter of time before the move was official. The Cardinals optioned Tyler Lyons to Triple-A Memphis in a corresponding move, opening up a spot on the 25-man roster.

Lance Lynn SP STL 1 week ago

Lynn (forearm) will be activated from the disabled list on Thursday and start against Miami, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

The Cardinals haven't indicated who will be sent back to Triple-A yet but Tyler Lyons is probably the most likely. Owners should feel comfortable inserting Lynn back into their lineups this week.

Lance Lynn SP STL 1 week ago

Lynn (forearm) threw a bullpen session without any issues Saturday and may throw one more bullpen session before being activated some time in the latter half of next week, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

Manager Mike Matheny wants to see how Lynn recovers from this bullpen session before deciding if he'd like him to throw one more before being activated. He's eligible to come off of the disabled list on Tuesday during the Cardinals series against Miami, but it's possible he could be held back until the Cardinals face the Cubs next weekend.

Lance Lynn SP STL 2 weeks ago

Lynn (forearm) will throw a bullpen session for Cardinals officials in Philadelphia on Friday and if all goes well he'll likely start next week in Miami, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

Lynn could come off the DL when first eligible on June 23rd. He hasn't had any setbacks thus far so owners should be optimistic for his status next week. The Cardinals will likely reveal his status some time over the weekend.

Lance Lynn SP STL 2 weeks ago

Lynn (forearm) played catch Tuesday for the first time since being placed on the DL, Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com reports.

As expected, Lynn began his throwing program Tuesday, and he's expected to continue to throw throughout the week. Lynn is only expected to miss two starts, and the current plan calls for him to meet up with the team in Philadelphia this weekend. His stint on the DL was backdated to June 8, meaning he'll be eligible to pitch as early as June 23, when the Cards begin a three-game set with the Marlins in Miami.

Lance Lynn SP STL 2 weeks ago

Lynn (forearm) will resume throwing Tuesday and is expected to miss just two starts, Ryan Boyer of NBC Sports reports.

Lynn last started June 7, and thus he'll only miss two turns in the rotation. He's eligible to come off the DL on June 23, and will apparently be ready to return by then, barring any setbacks.

Lance Lynn SP STL 2 weeks ago

Lynn (forearm) will be examined Monday to determined if he can begin preparing for his next start, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

The Cardinals hope Lynn can return after the 15-day minimum, which would set him up to face the Marlins on either June 24 or 25. He just finished seven days of inactivity, and the team hopes it was enough to fix the inflammation in his forearm. Even if he isn't quite ready by the 24th or 25th, Lynn doesn't appear to be in danger of missing a long stretch.