Meet the 12 new position players in Cards camp
Meet the 12 new position players in Cards camp
Outfielder Tyler O'Neill is one of 12 position players in his first major-league spring training with the Cardinals. The first full-squad workout is scheduled for Monday.
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.
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: September 2014

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Blues fans go to great lengths to show support for team

 

Blues' fans are among the most loyal fans of any professional team and go to great lengths to show their support for the team. Dan Ferguson and some college friends made a table out of bottle caps.

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South County bicyclist on a ride to better health

A year ago, on a trip to his physician, Curt Calcaterra, M.D., Michael Reinhold was obese and a candidate for type 2 diabetes. At 5 feet 9 1/2 inches tall, he tipped the scales at almost 259 pounds.

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Cardinals face tough decisions in setting Division Series roster

One of the tough decisions facing the Cardinals as they set up their roster for the Division Series against the Dodgers is whether to put Shelby Miller in the starting rotation ahead of Michael Wacha.

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Cardinals can look to 2006 to see what can happen in October

The Cardinals celebrated winning the NL Central division on the final day of the regular season on Sunday in Arizona, winning the game after the Pirates also lost to the Reds. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 1, Diamondbacks 0

After winning the NL Central before stepping on the field Sunday when the Pirates lost to the Reds, the Cardinals closed out the regular season by beating the Diamondbacks in Phoenix. 

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Late touchdown gives Missouri 21-20 upset win at South Carolina

Russell Hansbrough scored his third touchdown of the game on a one-yard run with just 1:46 to play to give Missouri a 21-20 upset win at South Carolina on Saturday night. 

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Game Report: Diamondbacks 5, Cardinals 2

Mark Trumbo's second homer of the game, a three-run shot in the seventh inning Saturday night, ensured the NL Central race between the Cardinals and Pirates will not be decided until the final day of the regular season on Sunday. 

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Jaden Schwartz, Blues come to terms on two-year contract

The Blues signed forward Jaden Schwartz to a two-year contract on Saturday. He is expected to report to training camp on Monday after holding out while discussing the new deal. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 7. Diamondbacks 6 (10 innings)

The Cardinals reduced their magic number to clinch the NL Central to two Friday night, defeating the Diamondbacks on a hit from Jhonny Peralta after blowing a 6-2 lead.

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Missouri can erase bad memories with win at South Carolina

Missouri will be trying to erase the bad memory of last week's loss to Indiana and last year's loss to South Carolina when they go on the road to play the Gamecocks on Saturday night. 

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 - The Blues are off until Tuesday night, when they will host the San Jose Sharks at Scottrade Center. The Blues lost 2-1 on Friday night in Dallas, their third consecutive loss.

- The Cardinals will hold their first official full-squad workout today in Jupiter, Fla. Their first ore-season game will be on Friday. 

 

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