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Brodeur to retire, will join Blues front office
Brodeur to retire, will join Blues front office
Goalie Martin Brodeur will announce his retirement at a news conference on Thursday, at which time he will join the Blues' front office in a management role.
Blues stay on roll with 3-1 win over Colorado
Blues stay on roll with 3-1 win over Colorado
The Blues reached the All-Star break Monday night with a 3-1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche at Scottrade Center, improving their record to 7-0-1 in their last eight games.
Martinez dedicates season, and career, to Taveras
Martinez dedicates season, and career, to Taveras
Mike Matheny has been impressed by Carlos Martinez's ability to cope with the death of close friend Oscar Taveras and believes he will "use this for good."
Wacha ready to move on from frustrating 2014
Wacha ready to move on from frustrating 2014
Michael Wacha said Sunday he is in the same position he was a year ago at this time - wanting to forget about what happened last year - but for entirely different reasons,
Wainwright talks about last year's elbow injury
Wainwright talks about last year's elbow injury
Adam Wainwright said Sunday his right elbow was so sore at the end of last season that he could not open a can of Sprite and had to have his wife open jar lids for him.
Mozeliak says Cards not shopping for pitcher
Mozeliak says Cards not shopping for pitcher
GM John Mozeliak says the Cardinals are not "actively shopping" for another starting pitcher and believes the team's depth could get a boost with the possible return of Jaime Garcia.
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From the monthly archives: February, 2013

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'February, 2013'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Postcard from Cardinals camp for Thursday, Feb. 28

 A recap of the Cardinals' 8-2 win over the Marlins on Thursday, including news about Oscar Taveras, Carlos Beltran and Jake Westbrook. 

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Billikens roll over St. Joseph's for 10th win in a row

18th ranked Saint Louis U. won its 10th game in a row Wednesday night, a 70-53 win over St. Joseph's. 

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Postcard from Cardinals camp for Wednesday, Feb. 27

A recap of the Cardinals' 12-4 win over the New York Mets on Wednesday. 

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Lemmerman soaking up history lessons, on and off field

Minor-league shortstop Jake Lemmerman has been getting a lot of history lessons the last few months, on and off the baseball field. 

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Postcard from Cardinals camp for Tuesday, Feb. 26

A recap of the highs and lows from the Cardinals' 15-4 rout of the Red Sox on Tuesday in Ft. Myers, Fla.

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Cardinals have two choices; pay Wainwright now or pay him later

The Cardinals have two choices when it comes to paying Adam Wainwright -- pay him now or pay him later. And later always costs more money.

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Postcard from Cardinals camp for Monday, Feb. 25

A recap of the highs and lows in the Cardinals' 10-2 win over the Astros on Monday. 

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Inside Baseball: The biggest spring questions facing Cardinals’ division opponents

In this week's edition of Inside Baseball, Rob Rains looks at the biggest spring questions facing the Cardinals' NL Central opponents.

 

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Postcard from Cardinals camp for Sunday, Feb. 24

A recap of the highs and lows of the Cardinals 5-3 loss to the Boston Red Sox on Sunday;

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Perron helps Blues snap home losing streak

The Blues snapped a five-game losing streak at Scottrade Center with a 2-1 win over Columbus on Saturday night.

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