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Game Report: Brewers 6, Cardinals 4
Game Report: Brewers 6, Cardinals 4
The Cardinals suffered a frustrating loss on Monday night that left them 3 games behind the Brewers and just 1/2 game ahead of the Rockies in the wild-card race with five games to play.
Rosenthal's rehab is on schedule for 2019 return
Rosenthal's rehab is on schedule for 2019 return
A year after undergoing Tommy John surgery, former Cardinals' closer Trevor Rosenthal is ramping up his workouts as the free agent targets a return to the mound in 2019.
Ten Cardinals to watch in September playoff push
Ten Cardinals to watch in September playoff push
The Cardinals collectively will have a lot at stake in September as the team battles for a playoff spot. Individually, these are the 10 Cardinals with perhaps the most at stake in the final month.
Cardinals drop interim tag from Shildt's title
Cardinals drop interim tag from Shildt's title
The Cardinals dropped the interim tag on Mike Shildt's job title on Tuesday and signed him to a two-year contract to manage the team, 46 days and 38 games after he got the job.
Fuller liked baseball challenge more than football
Fuller liked baseball challenge more than football
Terry Fuller could be preparing to begin the college football season at Alabama or Auburn this week but instead he's trying to help the Cardinals' rookie level team win a league championship.
Will Bader be able to qualify for a Gold Glove?
Will Bader be able to qualify for a Gold Glove?
Because of how little he played during the first half of the season, Harrison Bader needs to play almost every inning in the next two weeks to become eligible to win a Rawlings Gold Glove award.
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From the monthly archives: January 2013

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St. Louis says goodbye, thank you to Stan Musial

St. Louis said goodbye, and thank you, to Stan Musial on Saturday with a mixture of tears, smiles and laughter emerging as the final tribute to the greatest Cardinal who ever lived.

Musial, who died a week ago at the age of 92, was eulogized by Cardinal chairman Bill DeWitt Jr., broadcaster Bob Costas, Andrew Edmonds, one of Musial’s 11 grandchildren, and by Dr. Martin Schwarze, Musial’s son-in-law, during the two-hour mass at the St. Louis Cathedral Basilica

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Musial's death prompts personal memories of why he was The Man

One of my greatest regrets as a baseball writer, and as a life-long fan of the game, is that I never got to see Stan Musial play. I missed him by one year.

The first game I ever saw at the first Busch Stadium was in 1964 when I was eight years old, making the trip from my home in Springfield, Mo., with my mom and older brother. Musial had retired the year before.

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Cardinals, Wainwright hoping to get contract extension done

The last two years, the Cardinals have gone to spring training with one of their star players on the verge of his free agent season. One did not sign and left after the year. The other signed a contract extension while in Florida. The Cardinals and Adam Wainwright hope for a repeat of last year when Yadier Molina re-signed with the club. 

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