Game Report: Cardinals 5, Diamondbacks 3
Game Report: Cardinals 5, Diamondbacks 3
Tony Cruz and Brandon Moss hit home runs and Seth Maness escaped a bases loaded, no out jam Thursday night to give the Cardinals another win over the Diamondbacks in Phoenix.
Foles wants to get into rhythm against Colts
Foles wants to get into rhythm against Colts
Nick Foles hopes he can be on the field longer in the Rams' pre-season home opener on Saturday night, wanting to get into a rhythm he could not find in the Rams' first two games.
Former Mizzou coach Powers battling new opponent
Former Mizzou coach Powers battling new opponent
Former Missouri football coach Warren Powers and his wife Linda have gone public with the diagnosis that he is battling Alzheimer's disease in hopes that their story can help others.
Kissell's Hall of Fame honor special for DeJohn
Kissell's Hall of Fame honor special for DeJohn
Cardinals field coordinator Mark DeJohn is making a rare in-season trip to St. Louis to attend the Cardinals Hall of Fame induction ceremony for friend and mentor George Kissell.
Offense, defense struggle as Rams fall to Titans
Offense, defense struggle as Rams fall to Titans
The leaders of both the Rams' offense and defense were not happy with how their units played in the team's 27-14 loss Sunday night at Tennessee in their second pre-season game.
My opinion: Trading Kaminsky bad move by Cards
My opinion: Trading Kaminsky bad move by Cards
Rob Rains writes that Thursday's trade of one of the Cardinals' top prospects, Rob Kaminsky, to the Indians for Brandon Moss was a bad decision by General Manager John Mozeliak,
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Game Report: Cardinals 8, White Sox 5

Matt Holliday’s sixth career grand slam opened a 7-0 lead for the Cardinals over the White Sox in the fourth inning Tuesday night and they hung on to win the game in Chicago.

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Gordon Aronoff remembered as a true leader who helped others

Gordon Aronoff once made a promise to himself and his daughters. He fulfilled it. Almost four years later to the day, he passed away, having given a lifetime of devotion to his family, and years of service to Affton Athletic Association as well as the Affton Elks Lodge.

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'Long shot' with Cardinals is paying off for Derek Gibson

Derek Gibson's "long shot" saw him rise from an undrafted free agent who walked into Busch Stadium looking for a job to playing at Double A in a little more than a year. 

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Cardinals promote Stephen Piscotty, option Tommy Pham

A source told StlSportsPage.com on Monday that the Cardinals intend to promote top prospect Stephen Piscotty from Memphis before Tuesday night's game against the White Sox in Chicago. 

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Game Report: Mets 3, Cardinals 1 (18 innings)

The Mets scored two runs in the 18th inning off Carlos Martinez to win the Cardinals' longest game of the season Sunday at Busch Stadium. The Cardinals had tied the game in the 13th on a homer by Kolten Wong.

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Game Report: Cardinals 12, Mets 2

Jason Heyward went 5-of-5 and Randal Grichuk had two homers and drove in six runs to power the Cardinals to the rout of the Mets Saturday night at Busch Stadium. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 3, Mets 2

Lance Lynn gave up a leadoff home run but then allowed only two more hits over seven innings as the Cardinals opened the second half of the season with a win over the Mets Friday night at Busch Stadium

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Post-game audio after Cards beat Mets 3-2: Lynn, Peralta, Heyward 7-17-15

To hear the interviews after the Cardinals beat the Mets 3-2, click the audio player below:

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Cardinals Homestand Highlights for this week

Fresh off the All-Star break, the Cardinals are back at Busch to kick off the second half of the season with a three-game series versus the New York Mets.

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32 Young Adult Cyclists stop in St. Charles Sat. as they Bike across U.S. to Benefit Affordable Housing

The Maine to Santa Barbara Bike & Build route will pedal almost 4,000 miles across the country in support of the affordable housing cause--with stops to wok on Habitat for Humanity houses-- and one of those stops will be St. Charles, Mo.

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FriDay, Aug. 28, 2015 

- Tony Cruz and Brandon Moss hit home runs and Seth Maness escaped a bases loaded, no out jam in the eighth to give the Cardinals their fifth consecutive win Thursday night over the Diamondbacks in Phoenix.

- The win completed a season sweep of the seven games between the two teams this season for the Cardinals, only the fourth time the Cardinals have swept a season series of more than three games from an opponent since 1982.

- The Cardinals improved to a season-high 37 games over .500 at 82-45 and remained 4 ½ games ahead of the Pirates in the NL Central.

- The road trip continues tonight in San Francisco with the first of three games against the Giants. Michael Wacha will pitch against former Red Mike Leake.

- Blues forward Patrik Berglund will undergo surgery on his right shoulder today and will be sidelined for at least four months, the team announced on Thursday.

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