Game Report: Pirates 6, Cardinals 3
Game Report: Pirates 6, Cardinals 3
Mike Leake had another rough start, allowing six runs in three innings, and the Cardinals' streak of allowing at least five runs reached 11 consecutive games with Sunday night's loss to the Pirates.
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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From the monthly archives: January 2015

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Game Report: Blues 3, Hurricanes 2 (shootout)

For the second night in a row, Kevin Shattenkirk scored the game-winning goal in the shootout as the Blues defeated the Hurricanes Friday night in Carolina, 

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Shattenkirk's shootout goal lifts Blues to win over Predators

The Blues got shootout goals from T.J. Oshie and Kevin Shattenkirk to beat the Nashville Predators 5-4 Thursday night at Scottrade Center in their first game after the long All-Star break.

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Mizzou loses sixth consecutive game, falls to top-ranked Kentucky

Missouri lost its sixth consecutive game Thursday night, falling 69-53 to top-ranked and undefeated Kentucky in Columbia. Wes Clark scored a career-high 19 points for the Tigers.

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Second-half rally comes up short for Saint Louis University


Saint Louis’ second-half rally came up short as the Billikens suffered a 68-60 Atlantic 10 Conference loss at George Mason on Thursday night.

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Local College ROUNDUP WEEK OF JAN. 31, 2015

Here are the local college stories of interest to sports fans in St. Louis from the weekend of Jan. 30, 2015.

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Mike Alden says he will step down as Missouri Athletic Director


Mizzou's Mike Alden announced plans Thursday to step down as athletic director, effective Aug. 31. He will begin a new position in the university's College of Education.

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Blues trade Maxim Lapierre to Pittsburgh Penguins for Marcel Goc

The Blues traded forward Maxim Lapierre to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night in exchange for forward Marcel Goc, a 10-year NHL veteran.

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Brodeur to announce retirement, will join Blues front office

Goalie Martin Brodeur will announce his retirement from the NHL at a news conference on Thursday, at which time he will join the Blues' front office in a management role. 

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Super Snacks for Super Bowl

This Sunday when the New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL's biggest game of the year, there will be much hoopla surrounding the game. No, we're not talking about "deflate-gate"-- we are talking about the buffet table.

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Audio: Rob Rains on the Jamie Allman Show 1-26-2015

Rob Rains is a regular contributor to the Jamie Allman Show. You can catch him on Monday mornings in the 8 a.m. hour and other times when there is a big sports story. If you missed this week's show, click the audio player below.

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Monday, Aug. 21, 2017

- Mike Leake had another rough start, allowing six runs in three innings, and the Cardinals' streak of allowing at least five runs reached 11 consecutive games with Sunday night's 6-3 loss to the Pirates in the Little League Classic in Williamsport, Pa.

- Leake's ERA in four August starts, in which is 0-3, rose to 10.31. The streak of 11 consecutive games allowing five or more runs is the second longest streak in franchise history. They allowed five or more runs in 13 consecutive games twice, the last time in 2003.

- The Caridnals are off today before opening a homestand with the first of three games against the Padres on Tuesday night at Busch Stadium. 

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