Cardinals announce 2018 spring training schedule
Cardinals announce 2018 spring training schedule
Cardinals pitchers and catchers will hold their first official workout on Feb. 14 in Jupiter, Fla., and the team's spring training schedule will begin on Feb. 23 and run through March 25.
Move to outfield has been big success for Mercado
Move to outfield has been big success for Mercado
Now playing well in the Arizona Fall League after changing positions, the Cardinals' Oscar Mercado has come a long way from wondering if maybe he wasn't cut out to play professional baseball.
Cardinals hire Mike Maddux as pitching coach
Cardinals hire Mike Maddux as pitching coach
The Cardinals completed their 2018 coaching staff on Thursday by hiring Mike Maddux as pitching coach and promoting Bryan Eversgerd to be the bullpen coach.
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.
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: April 2013

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Game Report: Reds 2, Cardinals 1

The Cardinals could not come up with a timely hit Monday night and lost 2-1 to the Reds at Busch Stadium. 

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More bullpen changes could follow promotion of Seth Maness

The Cardinals sent Marc Rzepczynski to Memphis on Monday and promoted Seth Maness, the first of what could be multiple moves to try to stop a "bleeding" bullpen. 

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Cardinals promote Maness, option Rzepczynski to Triple-A

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have purchased the contract of right-handed pitcher Seth Maness from Memphis (AAA) and optioned left-handed pitcher Marc Rzepczynski to the triple-A club.

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Inside Baseball: What to do about Cardinals bullpen woes

There are no easy solutions to the Cardinals struggling bullpen problems, and trying to figure out what to do is a challenge for manager Mike Matheny and GM John Mozeliak. 

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David Freese wishes 30th birthday had turned out better

David Freese turned 30 on Sunday, a day he wishes had turned out better for him and the Cardinals. 

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Game Report: Pirates 9, Cardinals 0

The Pirates got more home runs, four, than the Cardinals got hits, three, as they blanked the Cardinals 9-0 Sunday at Busch Stadium.

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Game Report: Pirates 5, Cardinals 3

The Cardinals bullpen failed to protect another lead as the Pirates scored four runs in the seventh inning Saturday en route to the win at Busch Stadium. 

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Beltran follows visit to cancer patients with two-homer game

Carlos Beltran hit two home runs to lead the Cardinals over the Pirates after spending Friday morning visiting patients at Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 9, Pirates 1

Carlos Beltran hit two of the Cardinals three homers and Lance Lynn raised his record to 4-0 as the Cardinals beat the Pirates Friday night at Busch Stadium. 

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Cardinals place Matt Adams on DL, promote Jermaine Curtis

The Cardinals have placed first baseman Matt Adams on the 15-day disabled list with a strained oblique and purchased the contract of infielder Jermaine Curtis from Memphis. 

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