Molina's future is question only he can answer
Molina's future is question only he can answer
The conversation about whether the Cardinals should extend Yadier Molina's contract beyond this season really comes down to one question, which only Molina can answer. Will he share the job?
Postcard from Cardinals' camp for Saturday
Postcard from Cardinals' camp for Saturday
Lance Lynn, John Gant and Jhonny Peralta all had to leave Saturday's game early because of injuries but it appeared none of them are serious as the Cardinals lost 1-0 to the Marlins.
Padres likely to keep Allen Cordoba on roster
Padres likely to keep Allen Cordoba on roster
With just over a week left in spring training it looks likely that the Padres will keep former Cardinals prospect Allen Cordoba, selected in the Rule 5 draft, on their roster when the season starts.
Adams is accepting of role as backup to Carpenter
Adams is accepting of role as backup to Carpenter
As Matt Carpenter returned to the Cardinals lineup Friday, it was almost symbolic that Matt Adams was in Jupiter, working with the few extra players who did not make the trip to Port St. Lucie.
Daniel Bard's journey brings him to Cardinals
Daniel Bard's journey brings him to Cardinals
Daniel Bard's journey to try to get back to the major leagues has brought him to the Cardinals, where, thanks to a new sidearm delivery, he believes he is finally headed down the right path.
Updating battles in Cardinals' spring camp
Updating battles in Cardinals' spring camp
An update of the various battles going on in the Cardinals' spring training camp shows that Jose Martinez likely has won a spot on the opening day roster as one of the two backup outfielders.
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From the monthly archives: May 2013

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Game Report: Royals 4, Cardinals 2

The Cardinals could not protect a 2-1 lead in the ninth and lost to the Royals, after a rain delay of more than four hours, Thursday night at Busch Stadium. 

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Long night overshadows Wacha's debut as Cards fall in ninth

Michael Wacha's debut matched the hype Thursday night, but the Cardinals could not get him the win in a long, frustrating night at Busch Stadium that did not end until after 3 a.m.

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Who were biggest draft busts in Cardinals history?

With the 2013 amateur draft now a week away, and Michael Wacha making his debut less than a year after he was drafted, a look back at high draft selections who turned out to be busts.

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George Brett joins Royals as interim hitting coach

George Brett was named the interim hitting coach of the Royals prior to their game Thursday night at Busch Stadium against the Cardinals.

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Podcast: Rob Rains & B.J. talked to Michael Wacha in Spring Training

In Spring Training, Rob Rains and B.J. Rains interviewed Michael Wacha. It's fun to look back and see what he said then in light of his major league debut tonight.

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Game Report: Cardinals 5, Royals 3

Daniel Descalso's two-run pinch-hit single capped a four-run rally in the eighth inning that lifted the Cardinals past the Royals Wednesday night at Busch Stadium.

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Cris Carpenter remembers being in same place as Michael Wacha

Cris Carpenter has been in the same place Michael Wacha will be Thursday night. Twenty-five years ago, he made his major-league debut less than a year after being a first-round draft pick by the Cardinals. 

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Audio: Michael Wacha meets the St. Louis media


Michael Wacha met with the St. Louis media on Wednesday, about 27 hours before he will make his major-league debut against the Royals Thursday night at Busch Stadium.

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Cardinals Homestand Highlights


Following an eight-game road trip to San Diego, Los Angeles and Kansas City (6-2), the Cardinals return to St. Louis for a nine-game homestand with a Major League best 34-17 record.

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Game Report: Cardinals 4, Royals 1

Tyler Lyons allowed only two hits over seven innings and the Cardinals hit three home runs in beating the Royals Tuesday night in Kansas City. 

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