Game Report: Mets 7, Cardinals 3
Game Report: Mets 7, Cardinals 3
One night after Michael Wacha pitched the first complete game of his career, Mike Leake had one of the shortest of his career Wednesday night as the Cardinals lost in New York.
Outfield depth becoming impressive for Cards
Outfield depth becoming impressive for Cards
Harrison Bader, enjoying a big season in Memphis with 18 homers, heads the list of an increasingly impressive group of young outfielders in the Cardinals' farm system.
Last two years a wild roller-coaster ride for Diaz
Last two years a wild roller-coaster ride for Diaz
Aledmys Diaz has never been on a roller-coaster, but even without stepping on one of the amusement park rides, he knows all about highs, lows and crazy turns.
Nine questions facing Cardinals as season resumes
Nine questions facing Cardinals as season resumes
How Kolten Wong's return from the disabled list will affect the rest of the lineup is the first of many questions the Cardinals will need to answer when the season resumes on Friday.
Little League trophy tells story of Jack Flaherty
Little League trophy tells story of Jack Flaherty
The only trophy displayed in Jack Flaherty's home is the first one he ever won, when he was 7 years old. "That's the story of Jack," who will represent the Cardinals in the Futures Game.
Alex Reyes learning by not pitching this season
Alex Reyes learning by not pitching this season
Alex Reyes won't throw a pitch during a game this season, but he knows the lessons he is learning while watching other Cardinals' pitchers will help when he gets back on the mound next year.
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Game Report: Mets 7, Cardinals 3

One night after Michael Wacha pitched the first complete game and shutout of his career, Mike Leake had one of the shortest since he has been in the majors Wednesday night as the Cardinals lost in New York. 

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Everything you need to know about the 2017 Solar Eclipse-- in STL and beyond


They say the Kentucky Derby is the fastest two minutes in sports. Well it might be said the August 21st total solar eclipse might be the fastest time in science. For the first time in 148 years (Aug. 7, 1869) a total solar eclipse will come to Missouri.

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Outfield depth becoming impressive in Cardinals' minor-League system

Harrison Bader, enjoying a big season in Memphis with 18 homers, heads the list of an increasingly impressive group of young outfielders in the Cardinals' farm system

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Game Report: Cardinals 5, Mets 0

Michael Wacha pitched the first complete game and first shutout of his professional career on Tuesday night, allowing just three hits in the Cardinals' win over the Mets in New York. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 6, Mets 3

A six-run sixth-inning, highlighted by home runs from Paul DeJong and Tommy Pham, made the ninth inning a little more comfortable - but not without a couple of tense moments - Monday night in New York. 


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Last two years have been a wild roller-coaster ride for Aledmys Diaz

Aledmys Diaz has never been on a roller-coaster ride but he knows all about highs, lows and crazy turns. "That's part of my life," said Diaz, now in Memphis, trying to fight his way back to the Cardinals. 


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Game Report: Pirates 4, Cardinals 3

Trying to pick the right pitcher to protect a one-run lead in the ninth inning has been difficult for the Cardinals lately. Brett Cecil could not do it on Sunday as the Pirates rallied for the win with two runs in the ninth. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 4, Pirates 0

Lance Lynn worked 6 1/3 scoreless innings and Tommy Pham had three hits, drove in a run and scored once to lead the Cardinals over the Pirates Saturday night in Pittsburgh. 

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Game Report: Pirates 5, Cardinals 2

Josh Bell hit a three-run walk-off homer off Seung Hwan Oh with one out in the ninth inning to give the Pirates the win over the Cardinals Friday night in Pittsburgh as the season resumed following the All-Star break. 

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Memphis Redbirds groundskeeper takes care of field the players play on and garden they may eat from

Right down the hall from the press box at Auto Zone Park-- the home of the Memphis Redbirds-- is of all things, a garden. Auto Zone Park is in the heart of downtown Memphis just right down the street from Beale Street so one would not expect to find a garden with tomatoes and other vegetables growing.

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Thursday, July 20, 2017

- One night after Michael Wacha pitched the first complete game of his career, Mike Leake had one of the shortest of his career Wednesday night as the Cardinals lost 7-3 to the Mets in New York.Leake allowed the seven runs in just two innings, the third shortest start of his career and shortest since 2013.

- Magneuris Sierra had three hits, including a two-RBI single in the eighth inning, for the Cardinals.

- The two teams will close out the four-game series with an 11:10 a.m. game St. Louis time today. Lance Lynn will pitch against Seth Lugo.


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