Found December 31, 2011 on Boston Herald Sports:
ST. LOUIS -- As he's advanced the past couple of weeks with his throwing program, Cardinals starter Adam Wainwright...

Cardinals' Top 12 questions for 2012

Despite manager Tony La Russa retiring and slugger Albert Pujols moving on to the Anaheim Angels, the St. Louis Cardinals will soon begin their request to repeat as World Champions. But following a historic and improbable season that landed the Cardinals with their 11th World Series title, the Cardinals face several key questions as they had into 2012. Here's a look at 12 pressing...

Cardinals' top offensive performances of 2011

The Cardinals' improbable run to the 2011 World Series Championship featured an unforgettable regular season filled with highlights, lowlights and everything in between. Before we move into 2012, here's a final look at the Cardinals' Top 11 offensive performances of the 2011 season: No. 11 - Skip Schumaker - June 19 vs. Kansas City: Schumaker entered as a pinch-hitter...

Cardinals Major League Notebook: 12/30/11

Checking on Adam Wainwright’s rehab progress and where Carlos Beltran may bat in the 2012 lineup.

Chris Carpenter Player Projection No. 103

Key Stats: Chris Carpenter may have seen his rank drop from 64 to 175 last season, but there’s plenty of reason to believe there’s still something left in the tank. Carpenter was in the bottom fourth of the league in terms of the run support that he received, so even with the loss of Albert Pujols it’s possible that Carpenter will receive better luck in terms of run support...

Chris Carpenter Goes Fishing, Shoots A Caiman And Jacks Up His Toe

So, apparently, Roy Halladay, B.J. Ryan and our very own Chris Carpenter all went on a fishing trip with pro fisher Skeet Reese in the Amazon of all places. Reese  wrote about it on his site: “We had plenty of wildlife encounters though.  Along with the fishing, we decided to go hunting one night, and Carpenter and B.J. both shot a caiman; which is like an alligator.  Me...

In Memory of Former Cardinals: 2011

Our annual feature remembering 14 former St. Louis Cardinals that passed away during 2011.

Departures don't dampen Cards' optimism

There's plenty of reason to think that 2012 will be another enjoyable year for the Redbirds, even if the faces look different. Much of the core of the reigning World Series champions returns, and ace Adam Wainwright will be added to the mix.

TCN 2012 Cards Prospect #13: Ryan Jackson

Does the shortstop have two years to prove if he can take over for Rafael Furcal in St. Louis? Today’s report is FREE!

Quick Hits: Theriot, Aoki, Nakajima, Orioles

As we approach the New Year, here's the final edition of Quick Hits for 2011.. Congratulations to Ben Nicholson-Smith and Luke Adams on being named among the most influential Canadians in baseball by Bob Elliott of the Toronto Sun.   The Rays' interest in Ryan Theriot, presumably as a backup, has been preliminary to this point, writes Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay...

Ushering in New Year, St. Louis style: Let’s talk Rams, Cardinals and Tony La Russa’s ARF gala

Sat, 31 Dec 2011 10:31:33 CST

The Cardinal Nation Blog 2011 top story #6: NLCS win over Brewers

On the road to the 2011 World Championship, the St. Louis Cardinals had many important series. Their return match-up with the National League Central Division champion Milwaukee Brewers in the NL Championship Series was certainly a crucial and necessary gate though which to pass on the way to the top. The series offered plenty of intrigue and concern for the Cardinals as their opponent...

Mets interested in Ryan Theriot

#bbpBox_152443964606255104 a { text-decoration:none; color:#009999; }#bbpBox_152443964606255104 a:hover { text-decoration:underline; }Braves, rays, mets among teams looking at ryan theriotabout 20 hours ago via Mobile WebReplyRetweetFavorite@JonHeymanCBSJon Heyman The Mets are interested in signing a veteran middle infielder to back-up Daniel Murphy and Ruben Tejada. Theriot is...

Cards, Rays define 2011 season finale

The last day of the 2011 season saw a pair of compelling stories come to fruition. The Cardinals finished their improbable rise to the playoffs, while the Rays' collapse felt its final innings.
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