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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Interview with "The Great Hambino" from The Sandlot

 

Rob Rains interviewed Patrick Renna who played Hamilton "Ham" Porter in the movie Sandlot. Watch the video.

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A-10 announces home and road opponents for Billikens

The Atlantic 10 announced the Saint Louis U. Billikens' home and road opponents for the conference's 2013-2014 basketball season. 

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Frontier League team challenged by playing only road games

Brent Metheny has the challenging job of managing a team in the Frontier League this season which will play all 96 of its games on the road. Three weeks into the season, he is pleased with how things have gone so far.

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Game Report: Cardinals 9, Mets 2

Michael Wacha picked up the first win of his major-league career and Allen Craig hit a three-run homer as the Cardinals beat the Mets Tuesday night in New York. 

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Kristin Folkl Kaburakis to be inducted in National High School Hall of Fame

 

Kristin Folkl Kaburakis, former basketball and volleyball standout from St. Louis, Missouri, is among 13 individuals who will be inducted in the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) National High School Hall of Fame June 27 at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado

 


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Audio: Rob Rains, Brian Walton break down Cardinals Draft


Brian Walton of TheCardinalNation.com got together with Rob Rains and they broke down the Cardinals 2013 Draft.

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Game Report: Cardinals 11, Reds 4 (10 innings)

Matt Holliday's grand slam capped a seven-run 10th inning which gave the Cardinals their first extra-inning win of the season Sunday night over the Reds in Cincinnati.

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Inside Baseball: Monday will be emotional day for Carlos Beltran

Carlos Beltran won't be going with the Cardinals Sunday night to New York. He will be headed back to Puerto Rico for the first graduation ceremony at the Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy. 

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Game Report: Reds 4, Cardinals 2

Joey Votto broke a 2-2 tie with an RBI double and then scored on a single by Devin Mesoraco to lift the Reds past the Cardinals Saturday night in Cincinnati.

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Cards end draft same way it started, taking Gonzaga pitcher

The Cardinals finished off the three days of the baseball draft on Saturday the same way they started it, taking a pitcher from Gonzaga University. 

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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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