Ozuna wants to give fans
Ozuna wants to give fans "a reason to smile"
Speaking to the St. Louis media for the first time Friday since being acquired by the Cardinals from the Marlins, Marcell Ozuna said he wants to give fans "a reason to smile" next season.
Cardinals land impact bat, acquire Marcell Ozuna
Cardinals land impact bat, acquire Marcell Ozuna
The Cardinals reportedly agreed to trade four minor-league prospects, including Sandy Alcantara and Magneuris Sierra, to the Marlins on Wednesday for outfielder Marcell Ozuna.
One ex-Cardinal happy to be pitching in Japan
One ex-Cardinal happy to be pitching in Japan
As some pitchers leave Japan for the major leagues, ex-Cardinal Brandon Dickson is happy to be there. Dickson has been in Japan for five years and is going back next season.
Who matches up with Cardinals as trade partners?
Who matches up with Cardinals as trade partners?
John Mozeliak and the Cardinals should have plenty of potential trading partners during the winter meetings as they try to reshape their roster after missing the playoffs the last two seasons.
Cardinals sign free agent pitcher Miles Mikolas
Cardinals sign free agent pitcher Miles Mikolas
The Cardinals added to their pitching depth on Tuesday by signing right-hander Miles Mikolas, who spent the last three seasons pitching in Japan. Mikolas, 29, was signed to a two-year contract.
Cardinals announce 2018 spring schedule
Cardinals announce 2018 spring schedule
Cardinals pitchers and catchers will hold their first official workout on Feb. 14 in Jupiter, Fla., and the team's spring training schedule will begin on Feb. 23 and run through March 25.
CARDINALS / MLB

From the monthly archives: December 2014

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

A look back at our favorite stories in St. Louis sports from 2014

Our favorite stories of 2014 on StlSportspage included the story of whatever happened to former Cardinal infielder Khalil Greene as well as stories on prospect Aledmys Diaz and Cardinals icon George Kissell. 

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Death of Oscar Taveras was biggest story of year in St. Louis sports

The death of Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras in a car accident Oct. 26 in the Dominican Republic was the top story of the year in St. Louis sports, the second consecutive year a death topped the list. 

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Top stories of 2014 in St. Louis sports: number 2

StlSportspage.com is counting down the top seven stories of the year in St. Louis sports. Number two on our list is the Cardinals' loss to the San Francisco Giants in the NL Championship Series. 

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Top stories of 2014 in St. Louis sports: Number 4

StlSportspage.com is counting down the top seven stories of the year in St. Louis sports. Coming in fourth on the list was the Cardinals stunning deadline trade which sent Allen Craig and Joe Kelly to Boston for John Lackey.

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Top 7 stories of 2014 in St. Louis sports - number seven

Counting down the list of the top seven stories of 2014 in St. Louis sports: Coming in as the seventh biggest story of the year was the Cardinals trade of Shelby Miller to the Braves for Jason Heyward. 

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Cardinals avoid arbitration, sign Walden to two-year contract

The Cardinals avoided arbitration with right-handed pitcher Jordan Walden on Tuesday, signing him to a two-year contract. Walden came to the Cardinals from the Braves in the Jason Heyward deal. 

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Cardinals select Sierra, Gonzales as winners of minor-league awards

The Cardinals on Thursday named outfielder Magneuris Sierra as the organization's Minor League Player of the Year and selected Marco Gonzales as the minor league Pitcher of the Year.

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Matheny to switch to number 26 next season to honor a friend

Cardinals manager Mike Matheny announced Wednesday he will wear uniform number 26 next season and revealed the special reasons he asked Trevor Rosenthal if he could switch to that number.

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Cards' hope Mark Reynolds is answer as right-handed bench bat

The Cardinals have reached agreement with free agent Mark Reynolds on a one-year contract, pending a physical. The team had been looking to add a right-handed hitter for the bench who could play first base.

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Cards name minor-league staff for 2015, Shildt moves to Memphis

The Cardinals announced their minor-league staff assignments for 2015 on Wednesday night. Mike Shildt, who has managed Double A Springfield the last three years, was promoted to Triple A Memphis. 

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