Game Report: Cardinals 18, Cubs 5
Game Report: Cardinals 18, Cubs 5
Matt Carpenter became the first Cardinals player in history with five extra-base hits in a game - three homers and two doubles - and drove in seven runs on Friday at Wrigley Field.
Much of Shildt's success is linked to a book
Much of Shildt's success is linked to a book
Mike Shildt's preparation for his new job included stints as a teacher, scout, minor-league coach and manager and major-league coach. A small black book also was involved.
Cardinals believe Gorman can be
Cardinals believe Gorman can be "a special player"
It hasn't taken long for 18-year-old Nolan Gorman, to make a favorable impression on the Cardinals and prompt long-time coaches to say he has a chance to be "a special player."
Can the Cardinals find another All-Star in Japan?
Can the Cardinals find another All-Star in Japan?
The success Miles Mikolas has had, making the All-Star team, has provided confirmation the Cardinals' scouting process in Japan is working. They are already trying to find the next Mikolas.
Desire for new voice prompted Matheny's firing
Desire for new voice prompted Matheny's firing
The Cardinals hierarchy did not believe the team was going to be able to improve its performance without making a change in managers, prompting the firing of Mike Matheny.
Dakota Hudson about to step onto two big stages
Dakota Hudson about to step onto two big stages
Dakota Hudson has become the best pitching prospect in the Cardinals farm system. His competition this week is the Triple A All-Star game and the Futures Game.
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From the monthly archives: July 2015

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Mozeliak happy with Cardinals deadline moves, and non-moves

John Mozeliak said the Cardinals accomplished what they wanted to do before Friday's non-waiver trading deadline, adding two relievers to strengthen the bullpen and trading for Brandon Moss. 

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Cards make another trade, acquire reliever Jonathan Broxton

The Cardinals made another deadline deal on Friday, acquiring reliever Jonathan Broxton from the Brewers in exchange for minor-league outfielder Malik Collymore. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 9, Rockies 8

Greg Garcia drew a bases-loaded walk in the ninth inning to cap a three-run rally which gave the Cardinals the wild win over the Rockies Thursday night at Busch Stadium on a nigh when Matt Carpenter hit two homers, drove in four runs and scored four times.

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Post-game Audio: Matheny, Carpenter, Garcia 7-30-15

Click the audio player to hear the interviews from Thursday night's game.

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My opinion: Trading Kaminsky for Moss a bad move by Cardinals

Rob Rains writes that Thursday's trade of one of the Cardinals' top prospects, left-handed pitcher Rob Kaminsky, to the Indians for Brandon Moss was a bad decision by General Manager John Mozeliak,

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Holliday goes back on disabled list, Cards recall Greg Garcia

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have placed outfielder Matt Holliday (right quadriceps strain) on the 15-day disabled list and recalled infielder Greg Garcia from Memphis (AAA). The team also announced that it has designated first baseman Dan Johnson for assignment in order to add newly-acquired outfielder/first baseman Brandon Moss to both the 25-man and 40-man rosters.

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Cardinals trade for Brandon Moss, give up Rob Kaminsky in deal

The Cardinals acquired left-handed hitting first baseman/outfielder Brandon Moss from the Indians on Thursday in exchange for left-handed pitching prospect Rob Kaminsky. 

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Grizzlies bounce back in 9-7 win over Otters

The Gateway Grizzlies battled back from two early deficits to defeat the Evansville Otters 9-7 on Wednesday night at GCS Ballpark.

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Game Report: Reds 1, Cardinals 0

John Lackey gave up just two hits on Wednesday night but one was a home run by Jay Bruce and the Reds shut out the Cardinals for the second consecutive night at Busch Stadium. 

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Cardinals Audio: Matheny, Heyward

To hear the post-game interviews from Wednesday's game, click the audio player.

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Saturday, July 21, 2018

- Matt Carpenter became the first Cardinals player in history with five extra-base hits in a game - three homers and two doubles - and drove in seven runs on Friday in an 18-5 win over the Cubs at Wrigley Field. He hit a leadoff homer in the first, a two-run homer in the secibdm gad twi doubles in a seven-run fourth and hit a three-run homer in the sixth before coming out of the game with the Cardinals leading 15-1.

- Carpenter's 16 total bases tied the franchise record set by Mark Whten when he hit four homers in a game in 1993. He tied Lou Brock's record with 21 leadoff homers in his career.

- The Cardinals and Cubs play a day-night doubleheader today, with Luke Weaver and John Gant the scheduled starters for the Cardinals.. 

 

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