Cardinals welcome 15 new pitchers to camp
Cardinals welcome 15 new pitchers to camp
One of the 15 pitchers in the major-league camp for the first time with the Cardinals this spring is Austin Gomber, the only left-handed starter among the 33 roster and non-roster pitchers.
Economics of minors prompts prospect to retire
Economics of minors prompts prospect to retire
When the Cardinals pitchers go through their first spring workout on Wednesday, Trey Nielsen will be in Utah. In his own words, he explains the economic realities of his reasons to retire.
Who are 10 Cardinals to watch this spring?
Who are 10 Cardinals to watch this spring?
Alex Reyes will be one of the 10 most important Cardinals to watch this spring as he recovers from Tommy john surgery. The team's first workout is set for next Wednesday.
New coaches should have big impact on Cardinals
New coaches should have big impact on Cardinals
Manager Mike Matheny talked Monday about the impact new coaches Willie McGee, Jose Oquendo and Mike Maddux can have on the Cardinals this season.
Wisdom wants to be in St. Louis during summer
Wisdom wants to be in St. Louis during summer
While he is happy to be in St. Louis in January for the Winter Warm-Up, Patrick Wisdom would much rather be here in the summer, playing for the Cardinals, instead of playing in Memphis.
Who are the candidates to be Cardinals' closer?
Who are the candidates to be Cardinals' closer?
A rundown of the possible external and internal options to be the closer for the Cardinals this season includes Alex Reyes if the team elects not to make a trade or sign a free agent.
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Posts Tagged 'World Series'

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Cardinals can't get timely hits, watch as Red Sox win World Series

Michael Wacha's hopes of pitching the Cardinals to a seventh game in the World Series ended early Wednesday night as the Cardinals could not get timely hits and lost game six 6-1 in Boston. 

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Cards' flight finally leaves for Boston after seven-hour delay

The Cardinals charter flight to Boston finally left St. Louis about 8:10 p.m. Tuesday more than seven hours late. A replacement plane had to be brought to St. Louis after the original plane had mechanical problems. 

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Cardinals hope Wacha is ready for his biggest challenge yet

Michael Wacha saved the Cardinals season with a win in an elimination game in the Division Series in Pittsburgh, and now the Cardinals are asking him to do it again in game six of the World Series. 

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Red Sox push Cardinals to brink of elimination one more time

The Red Sox pushed Yadier Molina and the Cardinals to the brink of elimination with a 3-1 win in game five of the World Series Monday night at Busch Stadium. 

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Red Sox ride to win on Gomes' homer; World Series tied 2-2

Seth Maness gave up a three-run homer to Jonny Gomes in the sixth inning Sunday night which sent the Red Sox to a 4-2 win over the Cardinals in game four of the World Series, tying the series at two wins each. 

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Cardinals get walk-off win on obstruction call, go up 2-1 in series

Allen Craig attempts to score before he knew obstruction had been called on the play, giving the Cardinals a 5-4 walk-off win over the Red Sox Saturday night in game three of the World Series. 

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World Series shift to Busch Stadium is good news for Cards

The World Series comes to Busch Stadium for the next three games, starting Saturday night, which is good news for the Cardinals. They have lost only one game at home since Sept. 22. 

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Martinez shows Red Sox what might have been; Cards even series

Rookie pitchers Michael Wacha, Carlos Martinez and Trevor Rosenthal combined for the Cardinals' 4-2 win over the Red Sox Thursday night that sent the World Series to St. Louis tied at one game each.

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Cards have long list of mistakes in game one loss to Red Sox

Adam Wainwright was willing to accept the blame for the Cardinals' 8-1 loss to the Red Sox in game one of the World Series Wednesday night, but he should not have had to do it alone. 

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Where did Michael Wacha's mental toughness come from?

As Michael Wacha starts game two of the World Series for the Cardinals Thursday night, there will be discussions about his poise, composure and mental toughness - which he attributes to Paul Phillips, his high school pitching coach

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