Learning every day - the evolution of Alex Reyes
Learning every day - the evolution of 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 has put him on the doorstep to his dream.
Three 17-year-olds a key to Cardinals future
Three 17-year-olds a key to Cardinals future
Three 17-year-olds on the Cardinals Gulf Coast League team - Delvin Perez, Dylan Carlson and Alvaro Seijas - could play big roles in the major-league team's long-term future.
Game Report: Cardinals 5, Mets 4
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.
Ten trade options to upgrade Cardinals bullpen
Ten trade options to upgrade Cardinals bullpen
With the Aug. 1 trade deadline rapidly approaching, the Cardinals are in the market for at least one reliever to try to upgrade their bullpen. Here are 10 realistic trade possibilities.
Chris Correa sentenced to 46 months in prison
Chris Correa sentenced to 46 months in prison
Former Cardinals scouting director Chris Correa was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court to 46 months in prison for hacking the computer database of the Houston Astros.
After long absence, Gallardo is back on mound
After long absence, Gallardo is back on mound
A story in perseverance, Steven Gallardo is back on the mound for the Cardinals' minor-league team in Peoria, Ill., after missing nearly four years because of elbow injuries.
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Lindenwood, rich in recent Olympic tradition, has five athletes going to Rio

Five athletes with Lindenwood University ties will be competing in the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The 2016 Olympics will mark the third straight summer Olympics in which Lindenwood has had an athlete or former athlete competing. Lindenwood had three athletes in the 2008 games, and five at the 2012 Olympics.

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Wash U Swimmer Michael Lagieski Finishes Well, But Short of Olympics

Washington University Bears swimmer Michael Lagieski finished 89th out of 147 in the Olympic Trials, not enough to qualify for the Olympics but a very respectable finish.

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Mack Rhoades leaves Mizzou to become new AD at Baylor

Athletic Director Mack Rhoades abruptly resigned from the job after just 17 months at the University of Missouri on Wednesday and was named the new athletic director at Baylor. 

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After missing nearly four years, Steven Gallardo returns to mound

A story in perseverance, Steven Gallardo returned to the mound this season for the Cardinals' minor-league team in Peoria, Ill., after he was forced to miss nearly four years because of elbow injuries. 

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The Pokemon Go Craze has Hit the River City Rascals

The River City Rascals welcome all Pokémon trainers on Friday, July 15 from 5 PM to 6 PM at CarShield Field to play Pokémon Go.

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Warren Powers-era Mizzou Football Players Hold Reunion Party To Honor Their Coach

There was a lot laughter, ribbing and reminiscing going on at the Meadowbrook Country Club Saturday night as the Mizzou football teams who played under coach Warren Powers gathered to honor the coach and his wife Linda.

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Game Report: Cardinals 5, Brewers 1

Mike Leake had a strong start and Matt Adams and Randal Grichuk each homered and drove in two runs to lead the Cardinals to the win over the Brewers Sunday in Milwaukee in the final game before the All-Star break.

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Cardinals Audio: Mike Matheny, Matt Adams, Mike Leake 7-10-16

To hear what Mike Matheny, Mike Leake, and Matt Adams said after the Cardinals game on Sunday, click the audio player.

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Cards Audio: Mike Matheny, Tyler Lyons 7-9-16

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Game Report: Cardinals 8, Brewers 1

Carlos Martinez struck out 11 in only five innings and Jhonny Peralta, Tommy Pham and Aledmys Diaz homered to lead the Cardinals over the Brewers Saturday in Milwaukee

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Thursday, July 28, 2016 

- 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 5-4 Wednesday night in New York.

- It was only the second time this season the Cardinals won a game they trailed going to the ninth inning. They had been 1-41 before Wednesday night. The rally came against Mets’ closer Jeurys Familia, who had converted 52 consecutive save opportunities dating back to last year, the third longest streak in MLB history.

- The Cardinals failed to hit a home run, ending their streak at 17 games, two shy of the franchise record.

- The Cardinals left New York for Miami after the game, where they will open a four-game series tonight. Michael Wacha will pitch the opener against Jose Fernandez, who did not pitch in the three games the Marlins played in St. Louis earlier this month.

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