Game Report: Padres 12, Cardinals 4
Game Report: Padres 12, Cardinals 4
The call to the bullpen produced another wrong number Tuesday night as the Padres scored six runs in the seventh inning en route to the win over the Cardinals at Busch Stadium.
Trip to Williamsport is special for Lynn, Grichuk
Trip to Williamsport is special for Lynn, Grichuk
For Lance Lynn and Randal Grichuk, the Cardinals' trip to Williamsport, Pa., on Sunday will bring back fond memories from when they both played in the Little League World Series years ago.
Wong is in much better place now than a year ago
Wong is in much better place now than a year ago
Almost exactly a year after he openly questioned whether he had a future with the Cardinals, Kolten Wong has become one of the catalysts responsible for the team's recent success.
Poncedeleon cleared to resume baseball activities
Poncedeleon cleared to resume baseball activities
Cardinals' pitching prospect Daniel Poncedeleon, hit in the head by a line drive in May, was cleared to resume baseball activities on Wednesday and told STLSportsPage.com, "I know I'm fine."
Re-ranking the top prospects in Cards organization
Re-ranking the top prospects in Cards organization
Now that the trading deadline has passed, it's time for the annual re-ranking of the top prospects in the Cardinals' organization. Alex Reyes remains number one, but the order below has changed.
Paul DeJong's success was years in the making
Paul DeJong's success was years in the making
The last two months have been the best two months of Paul DeJong's life, but the Cardinals' rookie shortstop is not satisfied with his success - his goal is to be even better.
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Game Report: Rangers 4, Cardinals 2

Shelby Miller gave up a pair of two-run homers and the Cardinals lost consecutive games for only the third time this season, falling to the Rangers Saturday night at Busch Stadium.

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Cardinals say Kelly will be fifth starter when spot's needed

Manager Mike Matheny said Saturday that when the Cardinals need a fifth starter between now and the All-Star break, it will be Joe Kelly. 

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Cardinals option Lyons to Memphis, recall Michael Blazek

The Cardinals optioned pitcher Tyler Lyons to Memphis on Saturday and recalled pitcher Michael Blazek from the Triple A club. 

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Game Report: Rangers 6, Cardinals 4

Tyler Lyons had trouble starting the game and Trevor Rosenthal had trouble finishing it as the Cardinals lost to the Texas Rangers Friday night at Busch Stadium.

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Lance Berkman back in town, acting like he never left

Lance Berkman and Kyle McClellan were back in St. Louis Friday night as members of the Texas Rangers. Berkman held court before the game, acting as if he had never left.

 

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Game Report: Cardinals 6, Cubs 1

The Cardinals moved 21 games over .500 for the first time this season with Thursday night's win over the Cubs at Busch Stadium.

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Game Report: Cardinals 4, Cubs 1

Yadier Molina burned the Cubs again with a two-run homer Wednesday night which snapped a 1-1 tie and sent the Cardinals and Jake Westbrook to the victory at Busch Stadium.

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Cardinals' plan is working – and they need to stick with it

The Cardinals have a plan and it is working. There is no reason for the team to deviate and make a potentially long-term negative trade for a pitcher such as Cliff Lee.

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He's in the race of his life and he wants you to join him

Ed Heigl, who grew up as a star athlete in track and cross-country, now finds himself in the race of his ife—literally—and he wants others to join him. On June 22, 2013 at 8 a.m. at Ritenour High School, Heigl will lead the race being put on by Bob Becker, his friend & race director.

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Sports Foodie: Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and...bourbon?

The advertisers would have us believe beer is the only drink you can have with baseball, but in Kentucky where the Louisville Slugger Factory is, they raise a glass and toast bourbon and baseball all summer long.

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Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017

- The call to the bullpen produced another wrong number Tuesday night as the Padres scored six runs in the seventh inning en route to a 12-4 win over the Cardinals at Busch Stadium. Yangervis Solarte drove in six of the runs, the most ever by a Padres player in a game in St. Louis.

- It was the 12th consecutive game allowing five runs or more for the Cardinals, one away from tying the franchise record. The 1929 Cardinals allowed five or more runs in 13 consecutive games, a streak matched by the 2003 team.

- The Cardinals might know the results of a second examination on Trevor Rosenthal's elbow as early as today and a decision will then be made on whethe he will need surgery.

- Luke Weaver moves into the rotation tonight in place of the injured Adam Wainwright in the second game of the series. 


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