Mizzou set to end regular season at Arkansas
Mizzou set to end regular season at Arkansas
Barry Odom's Missouri Tigers carry a five-game winning streak into Friday's regular-season finale at Arkansas, knowing a bowl game is still ahead of them thanks to their recent success.
Tarasenko has two goals, two assists - and a fight
Tarasenko has two goals, two assists - and a fight
Vladimir Tarasenko completed a Gordie Howe hat trick with two goals, two assists and a fight to lead the Blues to an 8-3 rout of the Edmonton Oilers Tuesday night at Scottrade Center.
Game Report: Blues 4, Canucks 3 (overtime)
Game Report: Blues 4, Canucks 3 (overtime)
Brayden Schenn scored 2:41 into overtime to give the Blues the win Saturday night in Vancouver, extending his point-scoring streak to a career-high seven games.
Mizzou now bowl eligible after fifth win in a row
Mizzou now bowl eligible after fifth win in a row
The Missouri Tigers extended their winning streak to five games and became bowl eligible with a 45-17 win Saturday night over Vanderbilt in Nashville. Drew Lock passed for three more TDs.
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.
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From the monthly archives: April 2016

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'April 2016'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Game Report: Nationals 6, Cardinals 1

The Nationals jumped on Jaime Garcia for four runs in the first inning, including a three-run homer by Jayson Werth, to beat the Cardinals for the second day in a row Saturday at Busch Stadium.

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Game Report: Stars 2, Blues 1

The Blues lost the opening game of the second-round playoff series to the Stars in Dallas Friday night. After Kevin Shattenkirk tied the game in the third period, the Stars won on a goal late in the third period. 

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Game Report: Nationals 5, Cardinals 4

Michael Taylor led off the game with a home run off Mike Leake and Danny Espinosa capped a four-run fourth inning with a two-run homer that carried the Nationals past the Cardinals Friday night at Busch Stadium.

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Chris Carpenter, Joe Torre elected to Cardinals Hall of Fame

Chris Carpenter and Joe Torre were selected as members of the Class of 2016 for the Cardinals Hall of Fame in fan balloting, the team announced Friday. Also going into the Hall this year will be Terry Moore and Sam Breadon. 

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MoBap's Crescentini Throws No-hitter and Other Local College Roundup Weekend of April 30, 2016

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Game Report: Diamondbacks 3, Cardinals 0

Rubby De La Rosa limited the Cardinals to just two hits over seven innings and struck out 10 to carry the Diamondbacks to the shutout of the Cardinals Thursday night in Phoenix.

 

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Game Report: Cardinals 11, Diamondbacks 4

Adam Wainwright won his first game of the season Wednesday night, helping himself with a bases-loaded triple in a five-run sixth inning that sent the Cardinals past the Diamondbacks in Phoenix. 

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Inside Baseball: Harris’ rehab taking longer than anticipated

Still bothered by discomfort in his right arm that has bothered him since spring training, Mitch Harris is going to be examined by doctors in St. Louis to see if they can pinpoint the source of the problem. 

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Breaking down the matchup between the Blues and Stars

A position-by-position breakdown and analysis of the Western Conference semifinal series between the Blues and Dallas Stars, which will begin with game one Friday night in Dallas. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 8, Diamondbacks 2

Carlos Martinez pitched eight shutout innings and the Cardinals hit two more home runs, from Brandon Moss and Stephen Piscotty, to rout the Diamondbacks and former Cardinal Shelby Miller Tuesday night in Phoenix.

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Friday, Nov. 24, 2017

- It will be a busy weekend for the Blues. They will host back-to-back games at Scottrade Center, playing the Nashville Predators tonight and the Minnesota Wild on Saturday night. The Blues defeated the Edmonton Oilers 8-3 on Tuesday night, the most goals they have scored n a game since 2011.

- The Missouri Tigers play their regular-season finale today against Arkansas in Fayetteville, Ark. The Tigers have won their last five games to become bowl eligible and are trying to end the regular season with a six-game winning streak. 


  

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