Game Report: Cardinals 3, Rockies 2
Game Report: Cardinals 3, Rockies 2
Lance Lynn might have made his final start for the Cardinals on Tuesday night, the same night Harrison Bader made his major-league debut. It was a good night for both.
Outfield depth becoming impressive for Cards
Outfield depth becoming impressive for Cards
Harrison Bader, enjoying a big season in Memphis with 18 homers, heads the list of an increasingly impressive group of young outfielders in the Cardinals' farm system.
Last two years a wild roller-coaster ride for Diaz
Last two years a wild roller-coaster ride for Diaz
Aledmys Diaz has never been on a roller-coaster, but even without stepping on one of the amusement park rides, he knows all about highs, lows and crazy turns.
Nine questions facing Cardinals as season resumes
Nine questions facing Cardinals as season resumes
How Kolten Wong's return from the disabled list will affect the rest of the lineup is the first of many questions the Cardinals will need to answer when the season resumes on Friday.
Little League trophy tells story of Jack Flaherty
Little League trophy tells story of Jack Flaherty
The only trophy displayed in Jack Flaherty's home is the first one he ever won, when he was 7 years old. "That's the story of Jack," who will represent the Cardinals in the Futures Game.
Alex Reyes learning by not pitching this season
Alex Reyes learning by not pitching this season
Alex Reyes won't throw a pitch during a game this season, but he knows the lessons he is learning while watching other Cardinals' pitchers will help when he gets back on the mound next year.
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From the monthly archives: July 2016

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Game Report: Marlins 5, Cardinals 4

A failure in communications between Tommy Pham and Jeremy Hazelbaker resulted in a fly ball dropping in for a game-winning hit in the ninth inning as the Cardinals lost to the Marlins Sunday in Miami.

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Cardinals acquire Zach Duke from White Sox for Charlie Tilson

The Cardinals moved to upgrade their bullpen on Sunday by acquiring veteran lefthander Zach Duke from the Chicago White Sox for outfielder Charlie Tilson, who was with the Memphis Redbirds.

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Game Report: Marlins 11, Cardinals 0

Starting Jaime Garcia on three days rest for the first time in his career turned out to be a bad decision for the Cardinals. He gave up four runs in the first inning and the Marlins went on to the rout Saturday night in Miami.

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Game Report: Cardinals 11, Marlins 6

Eight consecutive batters reached base as the Cardinals scored six runs in the fifth inning Friday night en route to defeating the Marlins in Miami, moving them to a season-high nine games over .500.

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New App Pitches Local Eateries and Events to Baseball Fans

Stadium eats are great but once the game is over the concessions stands close. Where do can you go to find fan friendly atmosphere before or after the game? There's a new app for that.

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Game Report: Cardinals 5, Marlins 4

Aledmys Diaz hit a two-run homer off his childhood friend Jose Fernandez in their first game as opponents in the majors to send the Cardinals over the Marlins Thursday night in Miami.

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Learning every day - the evolution of Cardinals' prospect Alex Reyes

The call summoning Alex Reyes to the major leagues is coming; the only question is when. What Reyes has learned every day this summer with the Memphis Redbirds has put him on the doorstep to fulfilling his childhood dream. . 

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You Can Be A Winner At The Barbecue Game

Teamwork spells success from the ballpark to the sandlot, to the backyard, especially if that backyard sports a barbecue grill or pit smoker. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 5, Mets 4

The Cardinals rallied from a 4-3 deficit in the ninth inning on RBI doubles from Yadier Molina and Kolten Wong to defeat the Mets Wednesday night in New York.

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Three 17-year-old prospects could be big part of Cardinals’ future

The Cardinals have three 17-year-old prospects playing on their Gulf Coast League rookie team - Delvin Perez, Dylan Carlson and Alvaro Seijas - who could play big roles in the major-league team's long-term future. 

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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

- Lance Lynn might have made his final start for the Cardinals on Tuesday night, the same night Harrison Bader made his major-league debut. It was a good night for both as the Cardinals got a 3-2 walk-off win over the Rockies at Busch Stadium.

- Bader, called up from Memphis before the game, doubled leading off the ninth for his first career hit and then scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly by Jedd Gyorko. Lynn allowed just one run in six innings and left in line for the win only to see the Rockies tie the game against the bullpen.

- Lynn, the subject of various trade rumors in advance of Monday's deadline, was pitching in front of scouts for several teams looking to add a starting pitcher, including the Dodgers, Indians and Nationals.

- Before the game the Cardinals put Dexter Fowler and Adam Wainwright on the disabled list. Fowler has a forearm strain and Wainwright is dealing with tightness in his back. It appears Wainwright's scheduled start on Thursday will go to Luke Weaver, who was scratched from his scheduled start Tuesday night in Memphis.

- The Cardinals will try to complete a series sweep of the Rockies tonight behind Carlos Martinez, whose last win came on June 16. Jeff Hoffman will start for the Rockies. 


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