Blues deal Lehtera, Reaves on first night of draft
Blues deal Lehtera, Reaves on first night of draft
On a busy Friday night during the first round of the NHL Draft, the Blues traded Jori Lehtera to the Flyers and Ryan Reaves to the Penguins and also made two draft selections.
Game Report: Pirates 4, Cardinals 3
Game Report: Pirates 4, Cardinals 3
A home run by Paul DeJong gave the Cardinals a lead Friday night but the bullpen could not hold it as the Pirates rallied for the win in the series opener at Busch Stadium.
Two sluggers highlight Cards day 3 draft picks
Two sluggers highlight Cards day 3 draft picks
The Cardinals used two picks on day 3 of the MLB Draft to select two slugging outfielders, including Terry Fuller from Griffin, Ga., who hit a 527-foot home run at Marlins Park in a showcase event.
Cards balance talent with signability of picks
Cards balance talent with signability of picks
The Cardinals used their top pick in this year's draft to select junior outfielder Scott Hurst from Cal State-Fullerton, on day the team had to balance talent with a player's signability.
Cardinals set to join draft party on day two
Cardinals set to join draft party on day two
The Cardinals had to sit and watch the first 75 picks in the MLB draft go by Monday night but they will finally get to join the party when the second day of the draft gets underway on Tuesday.
Missouri State's Jake Burger is top draft prospect
Missouri State's Jake Burger is top draft prospect
Jake Burger, a junior at Missouri State and graduate of CBC, could become a rare first-round selection from the St. Louis area in the annual baseball draft on Monday night.
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From the monthly archives: July 2013

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Cardinals need Matt Holliday to play like a leader

The Cardinals were quiet as the trade deadline passed Wednesday, but now it's time for Matt Holliday to become the team leader and make a lot of noise with his bat. 

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Molina, Robinson go on DL: Peterson, Chambers recalled

Yadier Molina and Shane Robinson went on the disabled list for the Cardinals on Wednesday, and first baseman Brock Peterson and outfielder Adron Chambers were recalled from Memphis. 

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Is it time to panic? Rob discusses MLB Trade deadline, Cardinals play of late, and Molina

Rob was on NewsTalk 97.1 Wed. morning to talk about the Cardinals.

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Game Report: Cards swept in doubleheader by Pirates

The Cardinals were swept by the Pirates in Tuesday night's doubleheader in Pittsburgh, extending their losing streak to six games, and catcher Yadier Molina is likely headed to the DL because of a knee injury.

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Cardinals trade Rzepczynski to Cleveland for minor-leaguer

The Cardinals traded pitcher Marc Rzepczynski to the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday in exchange for 20-year-old second baseman Juan Herrera.

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Casey Rasmus making name for himself in Cardinals organization

Casey Rasmus is following his more famous brother through the Cardinals organization, now at Double A Springfield, but he is intent on making a name for himself. 

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Sara Evans to perform concert at River City Casino Event Center

Sara Evans is coming to the River City Casino Events Center.

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Cardinals bring up Butler, Blazek; send out Rzepczynski, Salas

The Cardinals added two fresh arms for Tuesday night's doubleheader in Pittsburgh, calling up Keith Butler and Michael Blazek from Memphis. Pitchers Marc Rzepczynski and Fernando Salas were sent down. 

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Game Report: Pirates 9, Cardinals 2

The Cardinals lost the opener of the five-game series in Pittsburgh Monday night, extending their losing streak to a season-high four consecutive games. 

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Audio: Rob Rains weekly visit on Jamie Allman Show, NewsTalk 91.7

Rob Rains' weekly visit on NewsTalk 97.1 with Jamie Allman talking about St. Louis sports.

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- On a busy Friday night during the first round of the NHL Draft, the Blues traded Jori Lehtera to the Flyers and Ryan Reaves to the Penguins and also made two draft selections.In exchange for Lehtera and the 27th pick in the draft the Blues obtained center Brayden Schenn. For Reaves, the Blues obtained center Oskar Sundqvist and the 31st pick in the draft.

- With their two draft picks, the Blues selected center Rob Thomas from London of the Ontario Hockey League and Russian forward Klim Kostin.

- A home run by Paul DeJong gave the Cardinals a lead going into the eighth inning Friday night, but the bullpen could not hold it as the Pirates rallied for a 4-3 win at Busch Stadium. David Freese tied the game with an RBI single off Trevor Rosenthal in the eighth and John Jaso then hit a go-ahead homer off Seung Hwan Oh in the ninth.

- Lance Lynn will get the start tonight in the second game of the series. 

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