Game Report: Cardinals 11, Pirates 7
Game Report: Cardinals 11, Pirates 7
While the Cardinals braced for the test results on Trevor Rosenthal's right elbow, they might also be facing a problem with Adam Wainwright, who had another poor start Thursday night.
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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Musial's death prompts personal memories of why he was The Man

One of my greatest regrets as a baseball writer, and as a life-long fan of the game, is that I never got to see Stan Musial play. I missed him by one year.

The first game I ever saw at the first Busch Stadium was in 1964 when I was eight years old, making the trip from my home in Springfield, Mo., with my mom and older brother. Musial had retired the year before.

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Cardinals, Wainwright hoping to get contract extension done

The last two years, the Cardinals have gone to spring training with one of their star players on the verge of his free agent season. One did not sign and left after the year. The other signed a contract extension while in Florida. The Cardinals and Adam Wainwright hope for a repeat of last year when Yadier Molina re-signed with the club. 

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Tarasenko scores two goals as Blues win opener


The lockout forced Vladimir Tarasenko to delay his NHL debut with the St. Louis Blues, but it turned out to be worth the wait.

The 20-year-old Tarasenko, who had been playing in his native Russia during the lockout, scored the first two goals of his NHL career Saturday night — on his first two shots — to lead the Blues to a 6-0 victory over the Detroit Red Wings.

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Blues announce schedule, will play Detroit plenty early

The St. Louis Blues will have to be ready for some tough tests in the first few weeks of the condensed 48-game schedule, officially released by the team and the NHL on Saturday.

Four of the Blues’ first 13 games of the season will be against the Detroit Red Wings, including the season opener on Saturday, Jan. 19. The game at Scottrade Center will begin at 7 p.m.


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Jazz up your Super Bowl Party New Orleans Style

(By Suzanne Corbett, StLSportsPage.com Travel/Food Editor)

Before the Big Game kicks of in the Crescent City the action will have already begun at tailgate parties and living room watch parties across the country. Fans can expect to enjoy mountains of chicken chickens and bottomless bowls of dip and chips. After all, besides the action on the gridiron Super Bowl is all about the food.


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Cheese is a great choice for the holidays

(By Suzanne Corbett, StLSportsPage.com Food/Travel Editor)– The holidays have arrived and the rush is on. And while I love to cook, my holiday schedule is crunched. To help myself out during the holidays I turn to my favorite ingredient, cheese. The great thing about cheese is it’s great for sports fans who don’t usually cook

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Nashville, TN: 2012 Winter Meetings were in Nashville

By Suzanne Corbett, StLSportsPage Travel/Food Editor)  –Executives from both major league and minor league baseball will meet in the  Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN  December 3-6 for the annual Baseball Winter Meetings. This article talks about Nashville as a destination around the holidays.

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Thanksgiving special: real men (and women) fry turkey

Shopping for turkeys I came across a display of Thanksgiving chef’s aprons that caught my eye. The message printed on it read, “Real men fry turkeys.”

True. Real men and women both fry turkeys,which explains why it has become a popular method to prepare the annual Thanksgiving bird.  Why fried instead of roasted?  It’ saves time and provides a lovely bronzed crisp skin with wonderfully moist meat.


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To keep your body in sync-- think Zinc

To keep your body in sync, think zinc!

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Baseball history: Babe Ruth in hot water at Spring Training; Hot Springs is birthplace of spring baseball

(By Suzanne Corbett) –In recognition of baseball’s Hot Springs’s connection, this year was the official dedication of Hot Springs Historic Baseball Trail, designating it as the birthplace of spring baseball. An unusual historic designation that’s taken some baseball fans by surprise that was the result of intensive research inspired by the curious Hot Springs connection of Babe Ruth.

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FriDay, Aug. 18, 2017

- While the Cardinals braced for the test results on Trevor Rosenthal's right elbow, they might also be facing a problem with Adam Wainwright, who had another poor start Thursday night before the Cardinals rallied from a 5-1 deficit to defeat the Pirates 11-7 in Pittsburgh.

- Wainwright threw only one of his 55 pitches over three innings at more than 89 miles per hour, and that 90 miles per hour fastball still resulted in an RBI single. For the second consecutive game he failed to record a strikeout.

- Rosenthal had to leave Wednesday night's game in Boston because of a sore elbow and underwent tests Thursday in St. Louis. An update on his status is expected today.

- On the field, the rally was led by three RBIs from Dexter Fowler, whose triple in the seventh inning drove in the tying and go-ahead runs, and he then scored on a single by Yadier Molina. Jedd Gyorko and Tommy Pham also homered.

- Carlos Martinez will get the start tonight in the second game of the series against Trevor Williams.

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