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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: October 2014

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'October 2014'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Inside Baseball: Cardinals mulling over bench coach candidates

While still mourning the death of Oscar Taveras, the Cardinals also are getting back to work and reviewing candidates, such as Jose Oquendo, to become the team's new bench coach. 

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Mozeliak hopes positive message can emerge from Taveras' death

Cardinals' General Manager John Mozeliak expressed a desire Monday that a positive message can emerge from the tragic death of Oscar Taveras and his girlfriend in a car accident Sunday in the Dominican Republic. 

 

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Heartfelt messages from Matheny, Scruggs pay tribute to Taveras

Heartfelt tributes following the death of Oscar Taveras were delivered Monday by his manager with the Cardinals, Mike Matheny, and teammate and friend Xavier Scruggs. 

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Oscar, we were just getting to know you - our past articles and interviews

It seems like it was only yesterday when we posted our first stories about the rookie phenom, Oscar Taveras - about watching him in the minors, then homering in his major-league debut. and just two weeks ago, in the NLCS.

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Oscar Taveras, girlfriend die in car accident in Dominican Republic

Oscar Taveras, one of the best prospects in baseball and a player the Cardinals expected to develop into a future star, was killed along with his girlfriend Sunday in a car accident in the Dominican Republic.

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Wainwright undergoes minor surgical procedure on right elbow

Adam Wainwright underwent arthroscopic surgery to trim a small piece of cartilage in his right elbow on Friday. The Cardinals said the procedure is not expected to affect his preparation for spring training.  .

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Molina, Wainwright named finalists for NL Gold Glove awards

The Cardinals' Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright were named finalists for the NL Gold Glove awards on Thursday. The winners will be announced in a televised ceremony on Nov. 4. 

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Vince Coleman wants to come back home and work for Cardinals

Vince Coleman would like to come back home and work for the Cardinals again as a minor-league coach and instructor, bringing closure to the biggest regret of his life, leaving the Cardinals as a free agent in 1990. 

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Watching players he helped draft with Royals fun for veteran scout

He lives in St. Louis and works for the Reds, but scout Marty Maier is enjoying watching the Royals in the World Series. He drafted some of the team's stars such as Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas. 

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Cards betting off-season will make Taveras more productive in 2015

Mike Matheny and John Mozeliak say right field is one position where the Cardinals can improve next year and they believe they already have the player on the team who can make that happen - Oscar Taveras. 

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