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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.
Game Report: Cardinals 5, Brewers 2
Game Report: Cardinals 5, Brewers 2
Jack Flaherty pitched six scoreless innings to lead the Cardinals over the Brewers Friday night at Busch Stadium. The win moved the Cardinals just a half game out of a wildcard playoff spot.
Mike Shildt's job change didn't change who he is
Mike Shildt's job change didn't change who he is
It's been exactly one month since Mike Shildt became the Cardinals' interim manager, and despite the new job title, who he is as a person hasn't changed - a big reason for the team's revival.
Ranking the top Cardinals prospects for 2018
Ranking the top Cardinals prospects for 2018
There are multiple changes in this year's ranking of the Cardinals top prospects - 13 of the 18 players were not ranked or not in the organization a year ago. Alex Reyes still tops the list.
How are Cardinals new draft picks doing so far?
How are Cardinals new draft picks doing so far?
The sample size is admittedly small, but here is a rundown of how some of the Cardinals' new draft picks have begun their pro careers, including first baseman Luken Baker.
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."
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Blues fall in shootout to extend losing streak to four

David Perron and the Blues lost to Anaheim in a shootout Saturday night for their fourth consecutive defeat.

 

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Saint Louis wins at Richmond

Dwayne Evans registered his second-straight double-double, and Saint Louis held Richmond to just 23.3 percent shooting from the floor in a 56-46 Billiken win at Richmond Saturday at the Robins Center.

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Blues' Jamie Langenbrunner to undergo hip surgery

St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced Saturday that forward Jamie Langenbrunner is scheduled to undergo hip surgery and will be out indefinitely.

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Carpenter won't pitch this year, but he won't be forgotten

Chris Carpenter knew this day was coming, and so did the Cardinals. Neither just expected it to be on Tuesday, six days before pitchers and catchers are to report to Jupiter, Fla., for spring training.

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Cardinals break ground on Ballpark Village

ST. LOUIS (February 8, 2013) – The St. Louis Cardinals and the Cordish Companies broke ground this morning on Ballpark Village, a mixed-use development on 10-acres adjacent to Busch Stadium. A group of team officials, project participants, and civic leaders commenced work on the $100 million first-phase of the development with the symbolic turning of dirt with commemorative shovels.

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Cardinals sign David Freese to one-year deal


The Cardinals announced Friday they have agreed to terms with third baseman David Freese on a one-year contract for the upcoming 2013 season, thus avoiding salary arbitration. The Cardinals have now come to terms with all arbitration eligible players.

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Blues lose third game in row, this time to goalie making NHL debut


The Detroit Red Wings brought up 20-year-old goalie Petr Mrazek to play against the Blues on Thursday night, forced into the move because of injuries to their two backup goalies and the necessity of giving regular Jimmy Howard a night off.

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Mardi Gras in St. Louis: schedules, recipes

Fat Tuesday-- also known as Mardi Gras-- is upon us and let the partying begin in Soulard, downtown, and the Washington Ave. areas. New Orleans has nothing on St. Louis with the craziness that Mardi Gras brings.

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Missouri gets commitments from 20 recruits on national signing day

Missouri received commitments from 20 football players on national signing day on Wednesday.

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Second annual Sports Zone show pep rally set for March 18

The Sports Zone radio show will be hosting a Cardinals pep rally on March 18 in Jupiter.

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SAturday, August. 18, 2018

-Jack Flaherty pitched six scoreless innings to lead the Cardinals to a 5-2 win over the Brewers Friday night at Busch Stadium. The win moved the Cardinals just a half game out of a wildcard playoff spot. Flaherty has won each of his last three starts, allowing just two runs in a combined 19 innings.

- Marcell Ozuna and Kolten Wong each drove in two runs for the Cardinals, and Jedd Gyorko hit his 10th homer as the Cardinals improved to 9-1 in their last 10 games.

- Miles Mikolas will get the start tonight in the second game of the series.

 

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