Game Report: Cardinals 6, Royals 1
Game Report: Cardinals 6, Royals 1
Matt Carpenter hit a two-run homer and Michael Wacha became the first seven-game winner in the NL in leading the Cardinals over the Royals Sunday in Kansas City.
This hasn't been good year for ex-Cards in Boston
This hasn't been good year for ex-Cards in Boston
For Allen Craig, Joe Kelly and their other former St. Louis teammates, this has not been a good year to be a former Cardinal in Boston. Kelly is the only one left on the roster.
Smith's success makes others forget disability
Smith's success makes others forget disability
St. Louisian Carter Smith has not let the fact he was born without a right hand keep him from playing the game he loves. He will pitch the final game of his college career on Saturday.
Uncertainty is the word about  baseball draft
Uncertainty is the word about baseball draft
With a month to go, there is a lot of uncertainty about the major-league baseball draft but Missouri State's Jon Harris is expected to be a first-round pick.
What pitchers could be Cardinals trade targets?
What pitchers could be Cardinals trade targets?
If the Cardinals decide to pursue a starting pitcher from outside the organization, here is a list of five attractive trade candidates, including former Cardinals Kyle Lohse.
Simmons, Forsch headline Cards Hall inductees
Simmons, Forsch headline Cards Hall inductees
The Cardinals on Monday announced the Class of 2015 that will be inducted into the team's Hall of Fame -Ted Simmons, Bob Forsch, Curt Flood and George Kissell.
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Blues Postgame Audio 4-25-2015

 

Here are the post-game interviews from the Blues game.

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Missouri, Pinkel agree on contract extension through 2021 season

The University of Missouri announced Friday that the school's Board of Curators has approved a contract extension for football coach Gary Pinkel that runs through the 2021 season. 

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Mo Bap- perfect game, volleyball NAIA National Champs & other local college sports- week of April 25, 2015

 

Here are the local college sports stories for this week.

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Game Report: Cardinals 4, Nationals 1

Michael Wacha moved to 3-0 on the season by limiting the Nationals to one run on five hits over seven innings to lead the Cardinals to the win on Thursday in Washington, D.C.

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Tarasenko scores two more goals, Blues tie series against Wild

Vladimir Tarasenko scored two more goals, including one on a highlight-reel move, to lead the Blues to a 6-1 win over the Wild on Wednesday night in Minnesota, tying their playoff series at two wins each. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 7, Nationals 5

Kolten Wong drove in three runs, including the go-ahead RBI in the eighth inning, and made two dazzling defensive plays to lead the Cardinals over the Nationals Wednesday night in Washington, D.C.

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Wainwright hopes this is the year he has more starts than walks

With just three walks in his first three starts, the Cardinals' Adam Wainwright is off to a good start in trying to reach one of his goals for this season - to start more games than he issues walks. 

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Game Report: Nationals 2, Cardinals 1 (10 innings)

Carlos Villanueva surrendered a walk-off homer to Yunel Escobar in the 10th inning which gave the Nationals the win over the Cardinals Tuesday night in Washington, D.C., snapping the Cardinals' five-game winning streak. 

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Rams to face four playoff teams in first five weeks of season

 

The Rams will play four playoff teams in their first five games of the 2016 regular season, starting with the defending NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks at home for the season opener on Sept. 13.

 

 

 

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Game Report: Wild 3, Blues 0

The Blues generated only 17 shots on goal in losing 3-0 to the Wild in game three of their first-round playoff series Monday night in Minnesota. The Wild now lead the series two games to one. 

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Monday, May 25, 2015 

 - Matt Carpenter hit a two-run homer and Michael Wacha became the first seven-game winner in the NL in leading the Cardinals over the Royals 6-1 on Sunday in Kansas City.

- Wacha is the first Cardinal pitcher to win at least his first seven decisions since Matt Morris went 8-0 to begin the season in 2005. The Cardinals have won all nine of Wacha's starts this season.

- Matt Holliday was a late scratch from the starting lineup because of a left arm contusion caused when he was hit by a pitch on Saturday night. Jason Heyward also did not play for the second consecutive game because of tightness in his hip.

- The Cardinals return home to begin a nine-game homestand with a 3:15 p.m. Memorial Day game today against the Diamondbacks. Carlos Martinez will pitch against Chase Anderson.

- The Cardinals also said that pitcher Marco Gonzales will miss his scheduled start today for Triple A Memphis after again complaining of tightness in his left shoulder. He will be re-examined this week by team doctors in St. Louis.

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