Game Report: Stars 2, Blues 1
Game Report: Stars 2, Blues 1
The Blues suffered their second loss of the week in a key Central Division game on Friday night, falling to the Stars in Dallas.
Cardinals welcome 15 new pitchers to camp
Cardinals welcome 15 new pitchers to camp
One of the 15 pitchers in the major-league camp for the first time with the Cardinals this spring is Austin Gomber, the only left-handed starter among the 33 roster and non-roster pitchers.
Economics of minors prompts prospect to retire
Economics of minors prompts prospect to retire
When the Cardinals pitchers go through their first spring workout on Wednesday, Trey Nielsen will be in Utah. In his own words, he explains the economic realities of his reasons to retire.
Game Report: Predators 4, Blues 3 (overtime)
Game Report: Predators 4, Blues 3 (overtime)
The Blues could not hold a 3-0 lead in the third period on Tuesday night in Nashville as the Predators rallied to tie the game before winning it on a penalty shot in overtime.
Blues can't overcome mistakes against Penguins
Blues can't overcome mistakes against Penguins
The Blues gave up three goals in the third period, two after defensive mistakes, and lost 4-1 to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday at Scottrade Center.
Who are 10 Cardinals to watch this spring?
Who are 10 Cardinals to watch this spring?
Alex Reyes will be one of the 10 most important Cardinals to watch this spring as he recovers from Tommy john surgery. The team's first workout is set for next Wednesday.
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From the monthly archives: July 2014

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Game Report: Cardinals 6, Padres 2

Shelby Miller allowed just three hits over six innings and Oscar Taveras hit a two-run homer to lead the Cardinals over the Padres Thursday in San Diego.

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Stunning deadline trade sends Kelly, Craig to Red Sox for Lackey

In a stunning deal completed before the trade deadline on Thursday, the Cardinals sent two popular players, Joe Kelly and Allen Craig, to the Boston Red Sox in exchange for right-hander John Lackey, 

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Rob Rains talks about the trade sending Craig, Kelly to Boston

 

Rob Rains was a guest on KFNS with host Dave Rapp to talk about the trade the Cardinals announced today involving Allen Craig and Joe Kelly.

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Game Report: Padres 12, Cardinals 1

The Padres erupted for eight runs in the seventh inning, the biggest inning against the Cardinals this season, en route to the blowout win Wednesday night in San Diego.

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Cardinals trade James Ramsey to Indians for pitcher Justin Masterson

The Cardinals acquired starting pitcher Justin Masterson from the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday in exchange for Double A outfielder and former first-round pick James Ramsey. 

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Rascals win in 13 innings

The River City Rascals beat the Normal CornBelters who gave up a 5-0 lead for a 7-6 Rascals win in 13 innings on Tuesday night at T.R. Hughes Ballpark.

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Game Report: Padres 3, Cardinals 1

Tyson Ross allowed just four hits over six innings and the Cardinals could not take advantage of five walks in losing to the Padres Tuesday night in San Diego.

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Missouri wide receiver Levi Copelin suspended for year by NCAA

Missouri wide receiver Levin Copelin has been suspended by the NCAA for the 2014-15 season after failing a drug test, the school announced on Tuesday.

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Cole Hamels should be at top of list of Cardinals' trade options

The Cardinals likely will be linked to every available starting pitcher before Thursday's trade deadline, but the one they should be focusing their attention on is the Phillies' Cole Hamels. 

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Tony La Russa's induction speech at the Baseball Hall of Fame

Read Tony La Russa's induction speech Sunday at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. 

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Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018

 - The Blues suffered their second loss of the week in a key Central Division game on Friday night, falling 2-1 to the Stars in Dallas. The Blues were shut out by St. Louis native Ben Bishop until Brayden Schenn scored on a power play with just 1:14 left in the game. The loss dropped the Blues into a tie with the Stars for third in the division, but they have played two more games than Dallas.

- The Blues' next game will be on Tuesday night, when they host the San Jose Sharks.

- The Cardinals lost pitching prospect Rowan Wick to the San Diego Padres on Friday. The Padres claimed Wick on waivers after the Cardinals designated him for assignment so they could open a roster spot for Bud Norris. 

 

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