Game Report: Cardinals 18, Cubs 5
Game Report: Cardinals 18, Cubs 5
Matt Carpenter became the first Cardinals player in history with five extra-base hits in a game - three homers and two doubles - and drove in seven runs on Friday at Wrigley Field.
Much of Shildt's success is linked to a book
Much of Shildt's success is linked to a book
Mike Shildt's preparation for his new job included stints as a teacher, scout, minor-league coach and manager and major-league coach. A small black book also was involved.
Cardinals believe Gorman can be
Cardinals believe Gorman can be "a special player"
It hasn't taken long for 18-year-old Nolan Gorman, to make a favorable impression on the Cardinals and prompt long-time coaches to say he has a chance to be "a special player."
Can the Cardinals find another All-Star in Japan?
Can the Cardinals find another All-Star in Japan?
The success Miles Mikolas has had, making the All-Star team, has provided confirmation the Cardinals' scouting process in Japan is working. They are already trying to find the next Mikolas
Desire for new voice prompted Matheny's firing
Desire for new voice prompted Matheny's firing
The Cardinals hierarchy did not believe the team was going to be able to improve its performance without making a change in managers, prompting the firing of Mike Matheny.
Dakota Hudson about to step onto two big stages
Dakota Hudson about to step onto two big stages
Dakota Hudson has become the best pitching prospect in the Cardinals farm system. His competition this week is the Triple A All-Star game and the Futures Game.
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All-Star Game the highlight of a very busy All-Star Week for the Cardinals

All eyes are on Washington, D.C. for Baseball Fans as the Major League Baseball All-Star Game takes place July 17th. STLSportsPage.com and Rob Rains is in the Nation’s Capitol for the festivities. 

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Two Women In the Cardinals Organization Who Are Celebrated All Year-- Not Just Mother's Day

There are two women in the Cardinals organization that are like viewed like mothers for all the joy they bring. Aggie Ceriotti works for the Cardinals in St. Louis and Melissa Reynolds is the press box hostess for the Memphis Redbirds, the Cardinals’ Triple A affiliate.

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Lots of people stepping up to the plate for St. Charles select-team catcher hit in face by line-drive

A 13-year old St. Charles baseball player who is in extreme pain after suffering a serious injury at baseball practice, is thankful to be at home and recovering.

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Bob Costas to be Inducted in Baseball Hall of Fame Broadcasters Wing; Got His Start in St. Louis


The Baseball Hall of Fame announced that Bob Costas has won the Ford C. Frick Award-- which means he will be getting inducted into the HOF at the summer induction ceremonies Sunday July 29th in Cooperstown, New York.

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Memphis Redbirds groundskeeper takes care of field the players play on and garden they may eat from

Right down the hall from the press box at Auto Zone Park-- the home of the Memphis Redbirds-- is of all things, a garden. Auto Zone Park is in the heart of downtown Memphis just right down the street from Beale Street so one would not expect to find a garden with tomatoes and other vegetables growing.

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Former St. Louis Sports Team Owner, now SABR President, Was Speaker At Winter Meetings

One of the break-out sessions at the Baseball Winter Meetings in Nashville, Tenn., had a St. Louis connection. It was a SABR (Society for American Baseball Research) presentation at the Trade Show expo as part of the Bob Freita’s Business Seminar, and one of the presenters was Vince Gennaro.

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Whatever happened to Wendell Kim? The sad story

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that Wendell Kim, a long-time major and minor league coach passed away over the weekend.   He had a long career with the San Francisco Giants, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, and several minor league clubs. He had Alzheimer's Disease.

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How keeping up on sports can help you in business


Staying current with knowledge of your local sports teams can go a long way in helping a person establish themselves in the corporate world.

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Podcast: Rob Rains breaks down the Cardinals Minor League Prospects with Brian Walton


Brian Walton of TheCardinalNation.com has been covering the minor leagues for years and discusses the Cardinals' current prospects with Rob Rains in this podcast.

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Audio: Rob Rains on Jamie Allman's Show 5-6-13


Rob is a regular on Jamie Allman's show on 97.1 Newstalk Radio Monday mornings in the 8 a.m. hour. Click the player to hear Monday May 6, 2013 episode.

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