Game Report: Cardinals 6, Pirates 4
Game Report: Cardinals 6, Pirates 4
Some of their young players including Harrison Bader came through as the Cardinals rallied for three runs in the eighth inning to defeat the Pirates Sunday in Pittsburgh.
Mabry ignores critics, focuses on helping hitters
Mabry ignores critics, focuses on helping hitters
John Mabry is a frequent target for negative comments from fans. He has the mental strength to ignore his critics, however, and keep his focus on helping the team's hitters.
Days in majors vital for players like Steven Baron
Days in majors vital for players like Steven Baron
The promotion to the Cardinals has helped Steven Baron move closer to the magic number of 43 - the number of service days he needs to be qualify for a pension from the player's association.
"Normalcy" returns as Cardinals prepare for draft
After being forced to sit out the first two rounds last year, "normalcy" is the word Randy Flores uses to describe the Cardinals' preparations for this year's draft, which begins on June 4.
Nine moves Cardinals should, or should not, make
Nine moves Cardinals should, or should not, make
Putting Jedd Gyorko at third base and Kolten Wong at second base and leaving them there is one of the moves the Cardinals should, or should not, make now and in the coming weeks.
Coleman humbled by Cards Hall of Fame election
Coleman humbled by Cards Hall of Fame election
Vince Coleman spent his career chasing happiness after leaving the Cardinals. He found it on Friday, when he was elected to the team's Hall of Fame with Ray Lankford and Harry Brecheen.
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Economics of playing in minors prompts Cardinals prospect to retire


When Cardinals pitchers go through their first spring workout Wednesday, Trey Nielsen will be in Utah. In his own words, he explains why the economic realities of playing in the minors was the biggest reason behind his decision. 

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Relatives remember Hall of Famer George Sisler at Browns luncheon


Two grandsons of Hall of Famer George Sisler remembered their grandfather during an appearance at a luncheon meeting of the St. Louis Browns fan club. 

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Cardinals' draft pick J.D. Murders inspired by younger sister

Cardinals' draft pick J.D. Murders from Bolivar, Mo., has been inspired by his 12-year-old sister, Avery, who has cerebral palsy, is confined to a wheelchair, is blind and doesn't speak.

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Installing metal detectors at Busch Stadium raises concerns for a fan

The installation of metal detectors at Busch Stadium, and all major league ballparks, raises a new level of concern for at least one fan wondering if he will be safe going to games this season. 

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Photos from first day of Cardinals full squad workouts in Jupiter

Here are some pictures from today's workout-- the first one with the full squad.

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Trivia Question #7, plus pictures from Cardinals camp

Here are pictures from Tuesday at Spring Training plus Trivia Question #7

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Sights of Spring Training Monday Feb. 23

Here are some pictures from the Cardinals Spring Training Monday Feb. 23, 2015.

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Pictures from Sunday's Cardinals spring training Workout

There were no jackets needed for Sunday's practice with temperatures in the 70's.

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Weather improves for day 2 of pitchers and catchers

Saturday’s workout at Roger Dean Stadium was not as cold as Friday’s and it was blue skies for the Cardinals.


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Pitchers and Catchers hold first official workout

Cardinals pitchers and catchers worked out for their first official practice at Roger Dean Stadium. For pictures from the day, click here.

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