Found February 23, 2012 on
As timing would have it, Daniel Descalso just missed out on witnessing greatness. At least, that's what the unrelenting attention on NBA point guard Jeremy Lin would have you believe.

Craig still hopeful for Opening Day return

JUPITER, Fla. Cardinals outfielder Allen Craig has yet to pick up a bat or ball since catching the final out of the World Series but maintains hope of being on the active roster when the regular season opens April 4. Craig, recovering from offseason surgery to repair a fractured kneecap, has spent the past month in Florida rehabbing at the Cardinals' Spring Training complex...

Beltran begins quest for elusive World Series

JUPITER, Fla. While watching the Cardinals improbable World Series run last postseason, outfielder Carlos Beltran quickly realized they were the team to help validate his career. In 14 years in the big leagues, Beltran has won a Rookie of the Year Award, two Silver Slugger Awards, three Gold Glove Awards and has been named to six All-Star Games. But one glaring stat remains: he...

Lefty Romero settles in with Cardinals

JUPITER, Fla. (AP) Sitting on a stool in front of his locker and surrounded by his new teammates in the St. Louis clubhouse, pitcher J.C. Romero looked quite comfortable in the spot where he thought he would be a year ago. The 35-year-old left-hander had expected to sign with Cardinals before last season. Instead, he bounced between four organizations and six different major and...

Waiting game? Oswalt could join team midseason

Veteran righthander Roy Oswalt is content to play the waiting game. After not being overly thrilled with his offers, Oswalt has told major league clubs that he may return midseason, a source told ESPN's Jerry Crasnick on Thursday. The approach is similar to what Roger Clemens did in both 2006 and 2007. Oswalt was plagued by a balky back last season and settled for a 9-10 mark...

Roy Oswalt to return at midseason

Today, Roy Oswalt was expected to announce where he'd be playing in 2012. Instead, he announced that he'd be waiting until a contender had an opening. ESPN's Jerry Crasnick initially floated the idea of Oswalt waiting until midseason, while ESPN's Jim Bowden confirmed the report on his Twitter feed. Oswalt ruled out signing with the Rangers, Cardinals, and Red Sox...

AT&T U-verse – FOX Midwest dispute unresolved

For the second consecutive year, 20 regular-season St. Louis Cardinals games may not be seen by St. Louis-area AT&T U-verse customers.

Wainwright feels back on track

Adam Wainwright "celebrated' the unofficial anniversary Friday of the right elbow injury that forced him to a surgeon's table.

Oswalt plans to pitch, but when is unknown

Despite interest from the Red Sox, Cardinals and Rangers at various points in the offseason, Roy Oswalt might wait until midseason to join a Major League club.

HBT: 'Roy Oswalt is not going to be a Cardinal'

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Waiting game: Roy Oswalt might not sign until midseason

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New manager not worried about La Russa's shadow

JUPITER, FLA. (AP) - Mike Matheny fields the question that comes pretty much on a daily basis with the dexterity of the four-time Gold Glove catcher he used to be.He insists there is no point trying to replace Tony La Russa. Just like there's no point trying to replicate Albert ...

MLB Player Looks Like Sgt. Slaughter?, & More

– Lance Berkman has changed his look in the off season and now resembles WWE Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter. He wanted to avoid the attention he was getting after the World Series. He cut his hair very short and has a mustache. When he walked up to say hi to Carlos Beltran, Beltran didn’t recognize him even though the two were teammates in Houston. – Kaiju Big Battel, a tongue...
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