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: 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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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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