Game Report: Royals 5, Cardinals 1
Game Report: Royals 5, Cardinals 1
Dexter Fowler's average fell to .155 and Greg Holland did not retire any of the four batters he faced Tuesday night, allowing two runs, as the Cardinals lost to the Royals at Busch Stadium.
Days in majors vital for players like Steven Baron
Days in majors vital for players like Steven Baron
The promotion to the Cardinals has helped Steven Baron move closer to the magic number of 43 - the number of service days he needs to be qualify for a pension from the player's association.
"Normalcy" returns as Cardinals prepare for draft
After being forced to sit out the first two rounds last year, "normalcy" is the word Randy Flores uses to describe the Cardinals' preparations for this year's draft, which begins on June 4.
DeJong to miss several weeks with broken hand
DeJong to miss several weeks with broken hand
Paul DeJong broke his left hand when he was hit by a pitch on Thursday night and underwent surgery on Friday night, the Cardinals said. The starting shortstop will be out for several weeks.
Nine moves Cardinals should, or should not, make
Nine moves Cardinals should, or should not, make
Putting Jedd Gyorko at third base and Kolten Wong at second base and leaving them there is one of the moves the Cardinals should, or should not, make now and in the coming weeks.
Coleman 'humbled' by Cards Hall of Fame election
Coleman 'humbled' by Cards Hall of Fame election
Vince Coleman spent his career chasing happiness after leaving the Cardinals. He found it on Friday, when he was elected to the team's Hall of Fame with Ray Lankford and Harry Brecheen.
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From the monthly archives: January 2018

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Coleman, Lankford named to ballot for Cardinals Hall of Fame election


Former Cardinals outfielder Vince Coleman is one of seven players named to the ballot for this year's election for the Cardinals' Hall of Fame, Two players will be elected in an online fans vote. 

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Carter Hutton stays hot but loses shutout late as Blues win again


Carter Hutton stayed hot on Tuesday night as he won again, stopping 33 of 34 shots as the Blues defeated the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 at Scottrade Center.

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Super Bowl Classic Foods With a Twist


It’s nearly game day, which means its time to party. It also means you need a menu fast. A menu that will make your Super Bowl party a winner.  After all Super Bowl Sunday is all about the food. Fact is Super Bowl has become the second biggest eating day in America after Thanksgiving.

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Deanne Lane, Al Wiman among those to be inducted into St. Louis Media History Hall of Fame


The St. Louis Media History Foundation has announced their Hall of Fame members to be inducted at a gala on Saturday, March 17, at St. Louis City Center hotel, 400 South 14th Street, in downtown St. Louis. The public is invited.

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Schwartz returns as Blues enter All-Star break with win over Avs

After missing 20 games because of an ankle injury, Jaden Schwartz was back on the ice Thursday night as the Blues defeated Colorado 3-1 in the final game before the All-Star break. 

 

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Relatives remember Hall of Famer George Sisler at Browns luncheon


Two grandsons of Hall of Famer George Sisler remembered their grandfather during an appearance at a luncheon meeting of the St. Louis Browns fan club. 

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Hutton gets shutout as Blues earn bounce back win over Ottawa


The Blues bounced back from an embarrassing loss on Saturday night with a 3-0 win over the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night at Scottrade Center behind 25 saves from Carter Hutton.

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College First Team All-Americans and National Champions to be Honored by Mo. HOF

The Missouri Sports HOF Class of 2018 includes former Cardinals closer Lee Smith, former Football Cardinals fullback Jim Otis, Mizzou and NFL star Howard Richards.  Now they have announced the honoring of top area college athletes.

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Bad first period leads to bad loss for Blues against Coyotes


The Blues gave up four goals in the first period to the worst team in the NHL en route to a 5-2 loss to the Arizona Coyotes Saturday night at Scottrade Center. 

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Post-Game Audio after Blues 5-2 Loss to Coyotes: Yeo, Pietrangelo, Tarasenko 1-20-18

Here is what Blues coach Mike Yeo, Vladimir Tarasenko and Alex Pietrangelo had to say after the game.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

- Dexter Fowler was 0-for-4 and his average fell to .155 and Greg Holland did not retire any of the four batters he faced Tuesday night, allowing two runs, as the Cardinals lost 5-1 to the Royals at Busch Stadium. Holland has now allowed 31 baserunners in 12 1/3 innings. 

- Luke Weaver allowed the first three Kansas City runs, two coming on solo homers. Yairo Munoz was 4-for-4 as the Cardinals had 11 hits, all singles, but left four runners stranded on third base and were 0-for-6 with runners in scoring position.

- The Cardinals and Royals close out the series with a day game today, with Michael Wacha on the mound. 

 

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