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There was little sign of weakness from him Monday night at Busch Stadium.

Leake allowed only two singles past infielders, and four overall, and didn’t walk a batter or allow a run in seven innings as he squelched the second-best offensive team in the National League, the Colorado Rockies, in an 8-2 Cardinals victory.

Leake said any talk of his being weaker “got overblown a touch.”Then he later said, “It definitely got overblown.”Manager Mike Matheny said: “He looked good to me.”Matheny said he hadn’t been told that Leake hadn’t been feeling strong.“But, obviously, everybody’s antenna was up,” Matheny said.

“We were hypersensitive to see if there was anything that looked like he was tired and not rebounding.