Game Report: Cardinals 6, Dodgers 1
Game Report: Cardinals 6, Dodgers 1
The Cardinals' string of impressive performances from their starting pitchers continued Wednesday in Los Angeles, thanks to Mike Leake, who led the Cardinals to the win.
Blues can move assets to open salary cap space
Blues can move assets to open salary cap space
The Blues' salary cap issues are not as severe as some people think because of assets, such as Jori Lehtera, which GM Doug Armstrong should be able to move this summer.
Future looks bright for Cards prospect Carlson
Future looks bright for Cards prospect Carlson
Cardinals prospect Dylan Carlson of the Peoria Chiefs does not need to look at a calendar to realize how much his life has changed in the last year.
Luis Robert picks White Sox over Cardinals
Luis Robert picks White Sox over Cardinals
Cuban free agent outfielder Luis Robert reportedly agreed to a deal with the Chicago White Sox on Saturday worth more than $25 million, spurning an offer from the Cardinals.
Cardinals trade Matt Adams to Braves
Cardinals trade Matt Adams to Braves
The Cardinals decision to move Matt Carpenter to first base last winter sent Matt Adams to the bench and ultimately out of town on Saturday as he was traded to the Atlanta Braves.
Flores changes focus in Cards' draft preparations
Flores changes focus in Cards' draft preparations
The fact the Cardinals won't pick until the third round of this year's draft, now less than a month away, has changed the focus of scouting director Randy Flores in his second year in charge.
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Game Report: Cardinals 6, Dodgers 1

The Cardinals' string of impressive performances from their starting pitchers continued Wednesday in Los Angeles, thanks to Mike Leake, who allowed just one run on four hits over eight innings to lead the Cardinals to the win. 
The Cardinals’ string of impressive performances from their starting pitchers continued Wednesday night, thanks to Mike Leake.

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Blues' Armstrong has assets he can move to open salary cap space

The Blues' salary cap issues are not as severe as some people think because of assets, such as Jori Lehtera, which GM Doug Armstrong should be able to move this summer. 

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Game Report: Dodgers 2, Cardinals 1 (13 innings)

Playing 13 innings has proven to be unlucky for the Cardinals in the last week. They played their third 13-inning game out of their last five games on Tuesday night in Los Angeles and lost for the third consecutive time. 

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All about the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Inductions in Springfield, Mo. Tomorrow, Thurs. May 25, 2017


The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame’s big baseball celebration is Thursday, when they will unveil the statue of Bill Virdon at 9 a.m.at the Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mo. . After that, it is the Baseball Luncheon at 11 a.m. at the University Plaza Convention Center,  where five new inductees-- including Rob Rains- will be enshrined in the Hall of Fame and others will be recognized.


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Future is looking bright for Cardinals' prospect Dylan Carlson

Dylan Carlson does not need to look at a calendar to realize how far he has traveled in the last 12 months, going from high school in California to playing for the Peoria Chiefs at 18, one of the youngest players in the Midwest League. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 8, Giants 3

In a week that saw games go awry at times, there were finally some positive developments for the Cardinals to talk about Sunday at Busch Stadium, including another quality start from Adam Wainwright. 

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Audio: Rob on Jamie Allman Show Monday; Matheny, Wainwright post-game 5-21-17


To hear Rob Rains' Monday morning visit with Jamie Allman on Newstalk 97.1 in St. Louis and post-game interviews from Sunday's Cardinals game click the audio player.

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Game Report: Giants 3, Cardinals 1 (13 innings)

The Cardinals will never know what might have happened if Matt Carpenter had stopped at second base in the ninth inning of a scoreless game Saturday night instead of getting thrown out trying to stretch it into a triple. 

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Cuban free agent Luis Robert picks White Sox offer over Cardinals

Cuban free agent outfielder Luis Robert reportedly agreed to a deal with the Chicago White Sox on Saturday worth more than $25 million, spurning an offer from the Cardinals. 

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Cardinals trade Matt Adams to Braves for 19-year-old infielder

The Cardinals decision to move Matt Carpenter to first base last winter sent Matt Adams to the bench and ultimately out of town on Saturday as he was traded to the Atlanta Braves. 

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Thursday, May 25, 2017

- The Cardinals' string of impressive performances from their starting pitchers continued Wednesday night in Los Angeles, thanks to Mike Leake, who led the Cardinals to a 6-1 win. Leake allowed just four hits in lowering his ERA for the season to 1.91, the lowest mark in the National League.

- Over their last five games, Cardinal starters have allowed a combined three runs in 37 1/3 innings.

- Michael Wacha will get the start tonight in the final game of the series against the Dodgers.

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