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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.
Game Report: Cardinals 6, Nationals 4
Game Report: Cardinals 6, Nationals 4
John Gant's first major-league hit was a two-run homer, sparking the Cardinals to their seventh consecutive win on Tuesday night that left them just four games behind the Cubs.
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.
Deadline day deals include sending Pham to Rays
Deadline day deals include sending Pham to Rays
The Cardinals made two trades before the deadline on Tuesday, including sending outfielder Tommy Pham to the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for three prospects.
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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From the monthly archives: May 2016

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'May 2016'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Ken Hitchcock says next season will be final year as Blues coach

Ken Hitchcock said Tuesday that he is excited to return as the coach of the Blues next season but he also announced that it will be his final year of coaching in the NHL. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 6, Brewers 0

Matt Holliday hit one of the longest home runs of his career, Matt Carpenter had four hits and Carlos Martinez pitched eight shutout innings to lead the Cardinals over the Brewers Monday in Milwaukee.

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Gateway Grizzlies Weekend Results

On a Memorial Day matchup against the Evansville Otters, the Gateway Grizzlies fell in their final game of a seven-game homestand, 10-4.

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Game Report: Nationals 10, Cardinals 2

The Nationals hit three home runs, one a grand slam by Jayson Werth, and scored seven runs in the final two innings against St. Louis relievers to blow out the Cardinals Sunday in Washington, D.C.

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Game Report: Cardinals 9, Nationals 4

Adam Wainwright and Matt Adams each produced two-run doubles to help the Cardinals defeat the Nationals Saturday night in Washington, D.C. The win was Wainwright's fifth in a row.

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Game Report: Cardinals 6, Nationals 2

Stephen Piscotty’s first professional grand slam, off Max Scherzer, sent Jaime Garcia and the Cardinals past the Nationals Friday night in Washington, D.C. Greg Garcia also homered for the Cardinals.

 

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Make it a Burger Weekend: Celebrate Memorial Day and National Burger Day with a Gourmet Burger

It’s a monumental weekend. May 28, 2016, is more that the kick-off of the Memorial Day weekend, it’s National Burger Day, a day to celebrate the American classic that’s become the mainstay of quick-serve restaurants to backyard grills.

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Game Report: Nationals 2, Cardinals 1

Bryce Harper and Danny Espinosa homered off Mike Leake to give the Nationals over the Cardinals Thursday night in Washington, D.C. The Cardinals' run also came on a home run, by Aledmys Diaz. 

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Matt Carpenter Back With the Team After Paternity List; Garcia Stays

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that infielder Matt Carpenter has been activated from Major League Baseball’s Paternity List.

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that infielder Matt Carpenter has been placed on Major League Baseball’s Paternity List and that the team has recalled infielder Greg Garcia from Memphis (AAA).

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Blues season ends as Sharks advance to Stanley Cup Final

The San Jose Sharks advanced to their first Stanley Cup Final in franchise history and eliminated the Blues with a 5-2 blowout win in Game 6 of the Western Conference final Wednesday night in San Jose.

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LEADOFF QUICK HITTER NEWS

Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018

- John Gant hit his first career home run - his first hit in the major leagues - to spark a 6-4 win by the Cardinals Tuesday night over the Nationals at Busch Stadium. Gant had been hitless in 30 at-bats, 20 this season, before his two-run blast in the second innin.g On the mound he allowed only one run in 5 1/3 innings.

- Kolten Wong also homered and drove in three runs as the Cardinals won their seventh game in a row and improved to a season-best 10 games over .500. They now trail the Cubs by four games in the NL Central and are just one game behind the Phillies for the second wild-card spot.

- It was a month ago Tuesday that the Cardinals named Mike Shildt the interim manager, and the team is now 18-9 since that change.

- Austin Gomber will get the start in tonight's game against the Nationals.

 

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