Game Report: Cardinals 4, Reds 3
Game Report: Cardinals 4, Reds 3
Jordan Hicks earned the first win of his major-league career on Saturday, getting the last seven outs against the Reds at Busch Stadium, including a game-ending double play.
Matheny opens up about past, present, future
Matheny opens up about past, present, future
As he nears his 1,000th game as the manager of the Cardinals, a candid Mike Matheny talked about what he has learned about his job, its current challenges and took a look into the future.
Off-season will be filled with questions for Blues
Off-season will be filled with questions for Blues
There are multiple questions and trade possibilities facing the Blues as a long off-season begins, mostly concerning how the team can solve its need to create more secondary scoring.
Sitting at home as playoffs begin tough on Blues
Sitting at home as playoffs begin tough on Blues
After the Blues failed to make the playoffs for the first time in seven years, GM Doug Armstrong and coach Mike Yeo already have began analyzing what went wrong this year and looking ahead.
Where will Cardinals prospects begin the season?
Where will Cardinals prospects begin the season?
Adolis Garcia is one of the top Cardinals' prospects who will begin this season at Triple A Memphis. A team by team look at where all of the organization's top prospects will begin this season.
Why hiring Mike Maddux was right move by Cards
Why hiring Mike Maddux was right move by Cards
Those who know Mike Maddux best say he will have a simple goal as the Cardinals' pitching coach - to make everybody on the staff better. They have no doubts he will do just that.
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To keep your body in sync-- think Zinc

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Baseball history: Babe Ruth in hot water at Spring Training; Hot Springs is birthplace of spring baseball

(By Suzanne Corbett) –In recognition of baseball’s Hot Springs’s connection, this year was the official dedication of Hot Springs Historic Baseball Trail, designating it as the birthplace of spring baseball. An unusual historic designation that’s taken some baseball fans by surprise that was the result of intensive research inspired by the curious Hot Springs connection of Babe Ruth.

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Sunday, April 22, 2018

- Jordan Hicks earned the first win of his major-league career in dramatic fashion on Saturday, getting the last seven outs against the Reds at Busch Stadium, including a game-ending double play that completed the 4-3 victory.

- After the Cardinals surrendered a 3-0 lead in the top of the seventh, Yadier Molina hit his sixth homer of the year in the bottom of the inning to reclaim the lead. Paul DeJong and Dexter Fowler had homered to give the Cardinals the 3-0 lead.

- Carlos Martinez pitched six shutout innings, extending his scoreless streak to 18 consecutive innings, before coming out of the game for a pinch-hitter. Martinez has allowed only one earned run in his last 27 1/3 innings, covering his last four starts.

- Miiles Mikolas will try to complete the series sweep today. The Cardinals have won 10 consecutive games against the Reds dating back to last season.

 

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