Oquendo returns, McGee added to Cards staff
Oquendo returns, McGee added to Cards staff
Jose Oquendo will return to coaching third base for the Cardinals next year and Willie McGee, another fan favorite, also was named to the team's major-league staff.
Game Report: Golden Knights 3, Blues 2 (overtime)
Game Report: Golden Knights 3, Blues 2 (overtime)
The Blues lost their first ever game against the expansion Golden Knights Saturday night in Las Vegas on a goal in the final minute of overtime.
Missouri breaks losing streak with win over Idaho
Missouri breaks losing streak with win over Idaho
Drew Lock led Missouri to a 34-point first quarter on Saturday in what turned out to be a 68-21 win over Idaho. Lock passed for six touchdowns as the Tigers snapped a five-game losing streak.
Game Report: Blues 4, Avalanche 3
Game Report: Blues 4, Avalanche 3
Robert Bortuzzo scored his first goal of the season midway through the third period and the Blues held on to defeat the Avalanche Thursday night in Denver to move to 6-2 on the season.
What prospects are Cardinals willing to trade?
What prospects are Cardinals willing to trade?
For the Cardinals to make the trades they hope to make this winter, some prospects will no doubt have to be in those deals. Here is a look at 10 who might be included in those discussions.
Ten questions Cards need to answer this winter
Ten questions Cards need to answer this winter
A list of 10 questions the Cardinals need to answer this winter begins with whether Dexter Fowler will agree to play left field next year and if not, will he waive the no-trade clause in his contract?
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From the monthly archives: February 2017

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Postcard from Cardinals camp for Tuesday, Feb. 28

The Cardinals have made working on baserunning a priority this spring after struggling in that area last season. The first inning of Tuesday’s game showed they made need to work a little harder.

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Blues trade Kevin Shattenkirk to Washington Capitals

The Blues traded defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk, who would have been a free agent at the end of the season, to the Washington Capitals on Monday night for two draft picks and forward Zach Sanford. 

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Postcard from Cardinals camp for Monday, Feb. 27

Three pitchers who will likely play a big role in determining the Cardinals' success this season - Lance Lynn, Michael Wacha and Trevor Rosenthal - all made their spring debuts on Monday. 

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Game Report: Blackhawks 4, Blues 2

A goal by the Blackhawks' Artem Anisimov with 5:20 left in the third period broke a 2-2 tie and sent Chicago to the win over the Blues Sunday night in Chicago.

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The Sad Goodbye: Putting Your Pet to Sleep

If you are searching the internet and came up with this article, we'd like to extend our love and prayers to you. It's a very tough time when we have to make a decision concerning our pet. Our pets are family and we want to do right by them

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Postcard from Cardinals camp for Sunday, Feb. 26

The Cardinals picked up their first win of the spring on Sunday, over the Marlins. Eric Fryer picked up where he left off last year in a Cardinal uniform with a two-run single and a triple.

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Postcard from Cardinals camp for Saturday, Feb. 25

The transition of Matt Carpenter from leadoff to the third spot in the Cardinals' batting order got off to a good start in the spring training opener on Saturday with a sacrifice fly and a two-run homer. 

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After catching son's foul ball, Louis Bader then watches him homer

After catching a foul ball hit by his son, Louis Bader gave the ball to 7-year-old Tyler Hayes, and then watched as Harrison Bader homered in the Cardinals' first game of the spring on Saturday. 

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Transplanted Cardinals Fans Love Their Team

While in Jupiter, Florida for Spring Training we had time to run over to an area called The Villages and meet a whole new world of Cardinals fans. The Villages is a planned community near the Ocala, Florida area and among the hundreds of clubs people can join, Cardinal Nation stands out. 

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Cardinals sign another Cuban outfielder, Jose Adolis Garcia

The Cardinals announced the signing of free agent Cuban outfielder Jose Adolis Garcia on Friday. Garcia was the MVP of the top league in Cuba during the 2016 season. 

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Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017

- The Cardinals announced on Monday that Jose Oquendo will return as the team's third base coach next season and also added another fan favorite, Willie McGee, to the major-league coaching staff. Mike Shildt was named the new bench coach after working last season as the quality-control coach and then as the third-base coach after Chris Maloney was reassigned. 

- The Blues will have another day of practice today before Wednesday night's game against the Calgary Flames at Scottrade Center. 


  

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