STLSportsPage.com                     Rob Rains, Editor-in-Chief                     Saturday, August 18, 2018

   

Will Bader be able to qualify for a Gold Glove?
Will Bader be able to qualify for a Gold Glove?
Because of how little he played during the first half of the season, Harrison Bader needs to play almost every inning in the next two weeks to become eligible to win a Rawlings Gold Glove award.
Game Report: Cardinals 5, Brewers 2
Game Report: Cardinals 5, Brewers 2
Jack Flaherty pitched six scoreless innings to lead the Cardinals over the Brewers Friday night at Busch Stadium. The win moved the Cardinals just a half game out of a wildcard playoff spot.
Mike Shildt's job change didn't change who he is
Mike Shildt's job change didn't change who he is
It's been exactly one month since Mike Shildt became the Cardinals' interim manager, and despite the new job title, who he is as a person hasn't changed - a big reason for the team's revival.
Ranking the top Cardinals prospects for 2018
Ranking the top Cardinals prospects for 2018
There are multiple changes in this year's ranking of the Cardinals top prospects - 13 of the 18 players were not ranked or not in the organization a year ago. Alex Reyes still tops the list.
How are Cardinals new draft picks doing so far?
How are Cardinals new draft picks doing so far?
The sample size is admittedly small, but here is a rundown of how some of the Cardinals' new draft picks have begun their pro careers, including first baseman Luken Baker.
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."
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From the monthly archives: August 2017

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Weaver heads list of 10 Cardinals with most to prove in September

Whether the Cardinals remain in the pennant race or not in September, there are at least 10 players, including Luke Weaver, who have the most to prove in the month as the team looks ahead to 2018. 

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Cardinals trade Leake to Mariners, name Flaherty to start Friday

The Cardinals traded Mike Leake to the Mariners on Wednesday to begin opening spots for some of their younger pitchers, starting with Jack Flaherty, who will make his major-league debut on Friday night. 

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Game Report: Brewers 6, Cardinals 5

Randal Grichuk was robbed of a go-ahead home run in the ninth inning by Keon Broxton on Wednesday as the Cardinals could not overcome two errors that led the Brewers to the victory in Milwaukee. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 10, Brewers 2

It was rookies' night for the Cardinals Tuesday night in Milwaukee as Luke Voit, Paul DeJong and Carson Kelly had  big nights on offense and Luke Weaver struck out 10 for the second start in a row in the win over the Brewers. 

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St. Louis Ambush Name New Head Coach


The St. Louis Ambush have named indoor soccer veteran Hewerton (pronounced Everton) Moreira as their new Head Coach, Ambush CEO and majority owner Shelly Clark announced today.

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Audio: Rains-Reeves Cards Rewind Show plus Matheny post-game interview 8-27-17

Rob Rains and STLSportsPage.com's audio producer Mike Reeves got together and talked about the Cardinals: where they are and where they are headed. Post-game audio with Mike Matheny is in this post also.

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Game Report: Rays 3, Cardinals 2 (10 innings)

The Rays scored all of their runs on three solo homers, including the second of the game by Logan Morrison in the 10th inning, to defeat the Cardinals on Sunday at Busch Stadium. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 6, Rays 4

Tommy Pham hit the first walk-off homer of his career in the ninth inning Saturday night to rally the Cardinals from a 3-0 deficit and defeat the Tampa Bay Rays at Busch Stadium. 

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Game Report: Rays 7, Cardinals 3

By the time Michael Wacha recorded his 10th, and final out, Friday night the Cardinals' starter had allowed nine hits and four runs and the Rays were on their way to the win at Busch Stadium. 

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Game Report: Padres 4, Cardinals 3

A wild throw from Carlos Martinez led to a two-run inning before the Padres won the game with two more runs in the ninth off the beleaguered Cardinals bullpen Thursday night at Busch Stadium. 

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LEADOFF QUICK HITTER NEWS

SAturday, August. 18, 2018

-Jack Flaherty pitched six scoreless innings to lead the Cardinals to a 5-2 win over the Brewers Friday night at Busch Stadium. The win moved the Cardinals just a half game out of a wildcard playoff spot. Flaherty has won each of his last three starts, allowing just two runs in a combined 19 innings.

- Marcell Ozuna and Kolten Wong each drove in two runs for the Cardinals, and Jedd Gyorko hit his 10th homer as the Cardinals improved to 9-1 in their last 10 games.

- Miles Mikolas will get the start tonight in the second game of the series.

 

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