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The Giants Matt Cain (4-2) will face Shelby Miller (5-3) in the opener, followed by Madison Bumgarner (4-3) vs. Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright (7-3) in the nightcap. Thats if weather permits. The forecast calls for a 60 per cent chance of rain throughout the day. The postponement was the 26th this season, including one after the Boston Marathon bombings. The 26 tops the total for all of last season, according to STATS. Last year there were 21 games postponed. The Cardinals closed their locker room and didnt make manager Mike Matheny available to the media after the game was called. The off night came at a good time for St. Louis. Many of the players didnt leave after Thursdays game until around 4 a.m. Friday. The late-night loss to Kansas City on snapped a four-game winning streak for the Cardinals. They went 20-7 in May. Matheny was asked prior to the game against the Giants if the previous marathon evening would adversely affect his team. "Ill tell you later," he said. "The guys all slept in. We had a late arrival day today. Im not sure how exactly its going to affect them. We havent had a really favourable schedule. Weve had plenty of these days where we didnt get much sleep and right back on the horse the next day. "We made it very clear, this could be an opportunity to complain and have an excuse," Matheny said. "I just dont think its in our nature." Bochy said the delay did provide needed rest for players such as Angel Pagan. The outfielder has nursed a hamstring injury throughout May. "Right now, Ill put it at 50-50 tomorrow," Bochy said. "He still feels a little something there, so well wait until he gets there tomorrow and well look at him. It wont be in the first game, but maybe the second. If not, than Sunday." Bochy also announced prior to the game that Pablo Sandoval would likely miss the entire St. Louis series if not a full week because of a strain in his right foot. 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