Game Report: Pirates 4, Cardinals 1
Game Report: Pirates 4, Cardinals 1
Seung Hwan Oh and Brett Cecil each allowed a home run on Sunday that carried the Pirates over the Cardinals in Pittsburgh, keeping the Cardinals' playoff chances hanging by a thread.
Football teams show unity during National Anthem
Football teams show unity during National Anthem
The high school teams from Affton and Jennings locked arms and stood together in a sign of unity during the National Anthem before their football game on Monday.
Kelly waits for chance to contribute to Cardinals
Kelly waits for chance to contribute to Cardinals
Despite starting only 7 games since joining the Cardinals, Carson Kelly says he has benefited from his time in the majors and doesn't think the lack of playing time has hurt his development.
Missouri hopes to get running game back on track
Missouri hopes to get running game back on track
After two poor games on offense, Missouri hopes to get its running game and Damarea Crockett going again in Saturday's conference game against Auburn in Columbia.
Hurricane Irma brings back memories for Marmol
Hurricane Irma brings back memories for Marmol
As Hurricane Irma approaches Florida, Cardinals' first base coach Oliver Marmol remembers Hurricane Andrew and the damage it did to his family's home in Miami when he was 6 years old.
Ten Cardinals with most to prove in September
Ten Cardinals with most to prove in September
Whether the Cardinals remain in the pennant race or not, there are at least 10 players, including Luke Weaver, who have the most to prove in September as the team looks to 2018.
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From the monthly archives: October 2014

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Missouri looking for another big November, starting on Saturday

The Missouri Tigers have played well in November in the last seven seasons under coach Gary Pinkel, and hope that trend continues as they kick off the month Saturday at home against Kentucky, 

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Allen earns shutout as Blues win third in a row, 2-0 over Anaheim

Jake Allen stopped all 24 Anaheim shots and the Blues won their third game in a row Thursday night, 2-0 over the Ducks, despite playing without David Backes, Paul Stastny and T.J. Oshie. 

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Blues Audio: Ken Hitchcock, Jake Allen, Ryan Reaves 10-30-14

The Blues take a 2-0 win over the Ducks thanks to goals from Steen & Reaves, shutout from Allen. To hear the post-game interviews click on the audio players below.

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Inside Baseball: Cardinals mulling over bench coach candidates

While still mourning the death of Oscar Taveras, the Cardinals also are getting back to work and reviewing candidates, such as Jose Oquendo, to become the team's new bench coach. 

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Lindenwood University Softball holds Trivia Night

On November 8th, the Lindenwood University Softball team will be hosting its 1st Annual Trivia Night. The public is welcome.

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Game Report: Blues 4, Stars 3 (OT)

Vladimir Tarasenko completed the first hat trick of his NHL career with the game-winning goal in overtime as the Blues defeated the Stars in Dallas. Tarasenko also had an assist on the fourth Blues goal. 

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Rams send two draft picks to Tampa Bay for safety Mark Barron

The Rams acquired safety Mark Barron, a former first-round draft pick, from Tampa Bay on Tuesday. ESPN reported the Rams gave up a fourth and sixth-round pick in the deal. 

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Rams lose Brian Quick, Jake Long for season because of injuries

Coach Jeff Fisher said Monday that wide receiver Brian Quick and left tackle Jake Long will miss the rest of the Rams' season because of injuries suffered in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs.

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Mozeliak hopes positive message can emerge from Taveras' death

Cardinals' General Manager John Mozeliak expressed a desire Monday that a positive message can emerge from the tragic death of Oscar Taveras and his girlfriend in a car accident Sunday in the Dominican Republic. 

 

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Heartfelt messages from Matheny, Scruggs pay tribute to Taveras

Heartfelt tributes following the death of Oscar Taveras were delivered Monday by his manager with the Cardinals, Mike Matheny, and teammate and friend Xavier Scruggs. 

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Monday, Sept. 25, 2017

- Seung Hwan Oh and Brett Cecil each allowed a home run on Sunday that carried the Pirates to  4-1 win over the Cardinals in Pittsburgh, keeping the Cardinals' playoff chances hanging by a thread heading into the final week of the regular season. They trail the Cubs by six games in the NL Central and are 2 1/2 games back of the Rockies for the second wild-card spot with seven games to play.

- The Cardinals begin the final week with the first of four games against the Cubs tonight at Busch Stadium. Luke Weaver will get the start against Jon Lester.

- Second-period goals from Vladimir Tarasenko and Jordan Kyrou sent the Blues to a 4-1 pre-season win over the Pittsburgh Penguins Sunday night in Cranberry Township, Pa. Earlier in the day the Blues announced that forward Robby Fabbri will miss the rest of training camp after re-injuring his left knee that required season-ending surgery last year. He is expected to be re-evaluated in about 10 days.

- The Blues' pre-season schedule continues on Tuesday night with a game against the Blue Jackets in Columbus. 

 


  

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