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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From the monthly archives: October 2015

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Could Cardinals look to the Far East to find new power source?

In their attempt to find a new power source for their lineup for next season and beyond, the Cardinals might want to the look to the East – the Far East to be more precise.

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Cards deal with 'sting' of loss to Cubs as next year's work begins

The Cardinals are still dealing with the "sting" of losing the Division Series while beginning to prepare for 2016. GM John Mozeliak and manager Mike Matheny had their season wrap-up session with the media on Thursday. 

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Top 10 items on Mozeliak's to-do list for Cards this off-season

The Cardinals' off-season began a lot earlier than the team had hoped. That means GM John Mozeliak can start checking off the boxes on his to-do list, first finding out how much money owner Bill DeWitt will let him spend to re-sign Jason Heyward. 

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Home runs carry Cubs to win, send Cardinals home for winter

Three more home runs, including two off Kevin Siegrist, carried the Cubs to a 6-4 win over the Cardinals Tuesday night in Chicago and the Division Series win, ending the Cardinals' season. 

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Post-game Audio: Mike Matheny Meets with Media after Cards' Loss

Mike Matheny met with the media after the Cardinals loss to the Cubs. To hear the interview, click the audio player below.

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Audio: Rob Rains radio with Ned Reynolds, Jock 98.7, Springfield, Mo- "Cards 5-0 in NLDS when facing elimination since 2011"

Rob Rains was on the radio with the Ozarks' legendary Ned Reynolds of Jock 98.7 in Springfield, MO Tuesday morning to talk about the Cardinals game with the Cubs this afternoon (Tues.). Click the audio player below to hear the interview.

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Cubs set record with six homers to put Cards in must-win mode; Plus Post-game Audio

The Cubs hit a postseason record six homers, three off Michael Wacha, to defeat the Cardinals 8-6 Monday night at Wrigley Field in game three of the Division Series. The Cardinals must win on Tuesday to extend the series.

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Cardinals believe they are up for challenge of facing Arrieta

Jake Arrieta, the hottest pitcher in the major leagues the last two months, will get the start for the Cubs in game three of the Division Series on Monday at Wrigley Field. Michael Wacha will start for the Cardinals. 

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PODCAST: Rob Rains with Jim Holder on KTRS Sunday Morning

Rob Rains was a guest on KTRS with Jim Holder Sunday morning to talk about Saturday night's player action. He came on as Holder and McGraw Millhaven were in the middle of discussing Dodger's second baseman Chase Utley's slide into Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada.

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Jaime Garcia's long wait ends with a short, frustrating night

Jaime Garcia had waited more than three years since his last postseason start for the Cardinals before taking the mound Saturday night, never imagining it would turn out the way it did.

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