Cardinals induct new Hall of Fame members
Cardinals induct new Hall of Fame members
Chris Carpenter, Joe Torre and relatives of Terry Moore and Sam Breadon hold the plaques from Saturday's induction as the new members of the Cardinals Hall of Fame.
Game Report: Cardinals 3, Athletics 1
Game Report: Cardinals 3, Athletics 1
Luke Weaver earned his first career win Friday night as the Cardinals finally beat an American League team at Busch Stadium, defeating the Oakland Athletics.
An answer to why Cards have been so bad at home
An answer to why Cards have been so bad at home
One of the biggest questions surrounding the Cardinals is why the team has fared so poorly at home this season. One reason has been the performance of the team's third-place hitters.
Cards' minor-leaguer Katz helping flood victims
Cards' minor-leaguer Katz helping flood victims
An injury to Cardinals' minor-leaguer Mason Katz has turned out to be the reason this has gone from a year he wanted to forget to one he will remember forever.
Where have all the stolen bases gone for Cards?
Where have all the stolen bases gone for Cards?
The Cardinals are almost certain to finish this season with their lowest stolen base total since 1953. Worse than that is the lack of success when the team does attempt to steal.
Ten questions John Mozeliak needs to answer
Ten questions John Mozeliak needs to answer
Can the Cardinals count on Randal Grichuk as their starting center fielder in 2017? That's only one of the 10 biggest questions GM John Mozeliak needs to answer before this season ends.
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From the monthly archives: January 2013

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Blues need overtime to win third straight at home

There's something about playing at home which brings out the best in the St. Louis Blues.

Vladimir Sobotka scored 2:16 into overtime to give the Blues their third win in as many games at home this season Sunday night, a 5-4 victory over the Minnesota Wild.

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St. Louis says goodbye, thank you to Stan Musial

St. Louis said goodbye, and thank you, to Stan Musial on Saturday with a mixture of tears, smiles and laughter emerging as the final tribute to the greatest Cardinal who ever lived.

Musial, who died a week ago at the age of 92, was eulogized by Cardinal chairman Bill DeWitt Jr., broadcaster Bob Costas, Andrew Edmonds, one of Musial’s 11 grandchildren, and by Dr. Martin Schwarze, Musial’s son-in-law, during the two-hour mass at the St. Louis Cathedral Basilica

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Halak earns second shutout in 3-0 win over Nashville

Jaroslav Halak earned his second shutout of the young season for the Blues Thursday night — and he did not have to work very hard to get it. The St. Louis defense limited Nashville to only 13 shots on goal and Patrik Berglund scored on a penalty shot and assisted on a power-play goal by T.J. Oshie to lead the Blues to a 3-0 victory over the Predators.

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Musial's death prompts personal memories of why he was The Man

One of my greatest regrets as a baseball writer, and as a life-long fan of the game, is that I never got to see Stan Musial play. I missed him by one year.

The first game I ever saw at the first Busch Stadium was in 1964 when I was eight years old, making the trip from my home in Springfield, Mo., with my mom and older brother. Musial had retired the year before.

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Cardinals, Wainwright hoping to get contract extension done

The last two years, the Cardinals have gone to spring training with one of their star players on the verge of his free agent season. One did not sign and left after the year. The other signed a contract extension while in Florida. The Cardinals and Adam Wainwright hope for a repeat of last year when Yadier Molina re-signed with the club. 

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Tarasenko scores two goals as Blues win opener


The lockout forced Vladimir Tarasenko to delay his NHL debut with the St. Louis Blues, but it turned out to be worth the wait.

The 20-year-old Tarasenko, who had been playing in his native Russia during the lockout, scored the first two goals of his NHL career Saturday night — on his first two shots — to lead the Blues to a 6-0 victory over the Detroit Red Wings.

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Blues announce schedule, will play Detroit plenty early

The St. Louis Blues will have to be ready for some tough tests in the first few weeks of the condensed 48-game schedule, officially released by the team and the NHL on Saturday.

Four of the Blues’ first 13 games of the season will be against the Detroit Red Wings, including the season opener on Saturday, Jan. 19. The game at Scottrade Center will begin at 7 p.m.


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Jazz up your Super Bowl Party New Orleans Style

(By Suzanne Corbett, StLSportsPage.com Travel/Food Editor)

Before the Big Game kicks of in the Crescent City the action will have already begun at tailgate parties and living room watch parties across the country. Fans can expect to enjoy mountains of chicken chickens and bottomless bowls of dip and chips. After all, besides the action on the gridiron Super Bowl is all about the food.


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LEADOFF QUICK HITTER NEWS

Saturday, AuG. 27, 2016 

- Alex Reyes will make his first start for the Cardinals tonight against Oakland at Busch Stadium. Reyes is taking the start of Mike Leake, who has been diagnosed with shingles. Reyes has worked nine scoreless innings in relief since he was promoted from Memphis earlier this month.

- Chris Carpenter, Joe Torre and the late Terry Moore and Sam Breadon were inducted into the Cardinals Hall of Fame today in a ceremony at Ballpark Village. Carpenter and Torre were elected in a fan note, Moore was selected by a veteran's committee and Breadon was the pick of the team's owners.

- On Friday night, Luke Weaver earned his first career win as the Cardinals finally beat an American League team at Busch Stadium with a 3-1 win over the Oakland Athletics. Weaver allowed just four hits over six innings, recording seven strikeouts in his third career start, his first at home.

- The Cardinals had been 0-7 at home against AL teams this year and had won just one of their last 10 games in inter-league play at Busch dating back to last June.

- Weaver got all the offense he needed from the first two batters in the bottom of the first, when Matt Carpenter singled and Jedd Gyorko followed with a home run, his 22nd of the year. The Cardinals have now homered in 15 consecutive games.

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