Game Reports: Cubs sweep DH from Cardinals
Game Reports: Cubs sweep DH from Cardinals
The Cubs scored eight runs off the Cardinals' bullpen to win both games of a day-night doubleheader Tuesday in Chicago,
Tarasenko agrees to eight-year deal with Blues
Tarasenko agrees to eight-year deal with Blues
The Blues announced Tuesday that forward Vladimir Tarasenko has signed a new eight-year contract with the team worth a total of $60 million.
Year after retiring, Foody is back in Cards system
Year after retiring, Foody is back in Cards system
A year ago, Max Foody resented baseball. He retired at the age of 21 because of injuries. But now, unexpectedly, he is back pitching for the rookie-level Gulf Coast League Cardinals.
Fans elect Holliday, Peralta as All-Star starters
Fans elect Holliday, Peralta as All-Star starters
Matt Holliday and Jhonny Peralta were named Sunday as starters for the NL team in the All-Star game, the first time either has been elected by the fans to start the game.
Cardinals fire scouting director Chris Correa
Cardinals fire scouting director Chris Correa
The Cardinals fired scouting director Chris Correa on Thursday as both their and an FBI investigation into a breach of the Astros internal computer database continues.
Cards ready for international signing period
Cards ready for international signing period
The Cardinals, under Moises Rodriguez, their director of international operations, are poised to sign more international free agents when that signing period begins on July 2.
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Game Reports: Cubs sweep double-header from Cardinals

The Cubs scored eight runs off the Cardinals' bullpen to win both games of a day-night doubleheader Tuesday in Chicago, It was the first time the Cubs swept a DH from the Cardinals at Wrigley Field since 1991. 

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Grizzlies win suspended game; Fall in series opener at Rockford

The Gateway Grizzlies pulled out a victory in the continuation of the suspended June 28 game against the Rockford Aviators on Tuesday evening before falling to the Aviators in a series opener, 3-2.

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Blues sign Vladimir Tarasenko to 8-year, $60 million contract

The Blues announced Tuesday that forward Vladimir Tarasenko has signed a new eight-year contract with the team worth a total of $60 million. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 6, Cubs 0

Jhonny Peralta broke up a no-hit bid by Jon Lester with one out in the seventh and the Cardinals went on to score twice in the inning en route to defeating the Cubs Monday night in Chicago. 

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B.J. Rains interviews Rob Rains on ESPN Boise, with Coach Mike

B.J. Rains was doing a radio show with Coach Mike on ESPN Boise in Boise, Idaho where he writes for the Idaho Press-Tribune and he had Rob Rains as a guest. 

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Year after retiring, Max Foody is back pitching in Cards system

A year ago, Max Foody resented baseball. He retired from the game at the age of 21 because of injuries. But now, unexpectedly, he is back pitching for the rookie-level Gulf Coast League Cardinals. 

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Matt Holliday, Jhonny Peralta named starters for All-Star game

Matt Holliday and Jhonny Peralta were named Sunday as starters for the NL team in the All-Star game, the first time either has been elected by the fans to start the game. 

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Audio: "Cardinals Rewind" with Rains and Reeves

Rob Rains and Mike Reeves talk over the Cardinals and also the announcement that Jhonny Peralta and Matt Holliday will be on the All-Star Team. To hear that interview, click the audio player below.

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Audio - Cardinals All-Star Interviews: Jhonny Peralta, Matt Holliday

Here are the interviews with Matt Holliday and Jhonny Peralta after the All-Star Team announcements on Sunday.

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Post-game Audio: Matheny, Pham, Lynn 7-5-15

The Cardinals beat the Padres 3-1 on Sunday. To hear the post-game interviews click on the audio players.

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 - The Cubs scored eight runs off the Cardinals' bullpen to win both games of a day-night doubleheader Tuesday in Chicago, winning the day game 7-4 and the night game 5-3. It was the first time the Cubs swept a DH from the Cadinals since 1992 and the first time they posted a DH sweep over the Cardinals at Wrigley Field since Oct. 5, 1991.

- The two losses, combined with the Pirates; win over San Diego, cut the Cardinals lead in the NL Central to 4 1/2 games. They led the Pirates by nine games nine days ago. 

- Kolten Wong made a diving catch in the first game but reportedly suffered a mild concussion on the play and later had to leave the game. He did not play in the night game.

- Michael Wacha will make the start for the Cardinals in the final game of the series tonight. Jason Hammel will start for the Cubs.  The Cardinals will then head to Pittsburgh for a four-game series beginning Thursday night.

-  The Blues announced Tuesday that forward Vladimir Tarasenko has signed a new eight-year contract with the team worth a total of $60 million.

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