Game Report: Cardinals 8, Giants 3
Game Report: Cardinals 8, Giants 3
In a week that saw games go awry at times, there were finally some positive developments for the Cardinals on Sunday at Busch Stadium, including another quality start from Adam Wainwright.
Luis Robert picks White Sox over Cardinals
Luis Robert picks White Sox over Cardinals
Cuban free agent outfielder Luis Robert reportedly agreed to a deal with the Chicago White Sox on Saturday worth more than $25 million, spurning an offer from the Cardinals.
Cardinals trade Matt Adams to Braves
Cardinals trade Matt Adams to Braves
The Cardinals decision to move Matt Carpenter to first base last winter sent Matt Adams to the bench and ultimately out of town on Saturday as he was traded to the Atlanta Braves.
Are Cardinals on verge of signing Luis Robert?
Are Cardinals on verge of signing Luis Robert?
Adolis Garcia of the Double A Springfield Cardinals is a close friend of fellow Cuban Luis Robert, but if Garcia knows if the free agent outfielder will be signing with the Cardinals, he isn't saying.
Flores changes focus in Cards' draft preparations
Flores changes focus in Cards' draft preparations
The fact the Cardinals won't pick until the third round of this year's draft, now less than a month away, has changed the focus of scouting director Randy Flores in his second year in charge.
Former Cardinal Scruggs finding success in Korea
Former Cardinal Scruggs finding success in Korea
Former Cardinal Xavier Scruggs is finding success in a new environment this year after moving to the Korean Baseball Organization, where he is third in the league with 10 homers for the NC Dinos.
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From the monthly archives: December 2015

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'December 2015'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Rams uncertain future was the top St. Louis sports story of 2015

The uncertain future of the Rams, and whether they will stay in St. Louis or move back to Los Angeles, was the top story of 2015 in St. Louis sports. 

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Remembering STLSportsPage's favorite stories from 2015

Our favorite stories from 2015 included the adventures of former teammates David Peralta and Jon Edwards on the rookie-level Johnson City Cardinals in 2007, who each made it to the majors - but with an odd twist. 

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A look back at notable St. Louis sports deaths in 2015

Former Cardinals pitcher Joaquin Andujar was one of the notable deaths in the St. Louis sports world during 2015. We look back at the list. 

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Top St. Louis sports stories of 2015 - number two

Coming in second on our list of the top stories of the year in  St. Louis sports was free agent outfielder Jason Heyward leaving the Cardinals to sign an eight-year contract with the rival Chicago Cubs. 

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Hoping for Good Luck in 2016? Top 5 "Lucky Foods" to eat on New Years Eve

If the Cardinals and Blues want to strike it lucky in 2016 all they have to do is eat right. Make that eat the right foods on New Years.

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Blues surrender two-goal lead but get win on Steen's OT goal

The Blues blew a 3-1 lead in the final four minutes of regulation but got an overtime goal from Alexander Steen to beat the Nashville  Predators 4-3 Tuesday night at Scottrade Center. 

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BLUES AUDIO: Hitchcock, Steen, Jaskin, Fabbri, Allen post-game interviews

To hear the interview click the audio players.

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Rob Rains on Jock 98.7, Springfield, Mo. with Ned Reynolds: Memories of Joe Strauss and Cards updates

Rob Rains was a guest on Springfield, Missouri's Jock 98.7 with Ned Reynolds Tuesday to talk about memories of Post-Dispatch writer Joe Strauss, who passed away from cancer this week. To hear the interview click the audio player.

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Top St. Louis sports stories of 2015 - number three

Coming in third on our list of the top St. Louis sports stories of 2015 was the unexpected announcement that Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel would retire at the end of the season because of health reasons. 

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B.J. Rains shares special memories of Joe Strauss on CBS Sports 920

B.J. Rains was starting his professional sportswriting career with an internship at MLB.com covering the Cardinals when he first met Joe Strauss. The two developed an interesting relationship.

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MOnday, May 22, 2017

- In a week that saw games go awry at times, there were finally some positive developments for the Cardinals in Sunday's 8-3 win over the Giants at Busch Stadium, including another quality start from Adam Wainwright. Wainwright allowed just one run in 6 1/3 innings.

- An offense that had been limited to six runs in their previous 33 innings got untracked thanks to four RBIs from Randal Grichuk, three coming on a bases-loaded double in the second inning.

- After a day off today, the Cardinals will be in Los Angeles on Tuesday night to face Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers. The Cardinals have won their last nine road games, tied for the second longest streak in franchise history. 

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