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Representing the tying run, Carlos Beltran was picked off base to end Friday night’s defeat.
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Right fielder Carlos Beltran is among the most efficient base stealers in major league history. He was at 87 percent on 303 steals in 348 attempts before Friday night, when he made a rare but very costly baserunning mistake to end the game as the St. Louis Cardinals lost at Philadelphia 3-1. In the second inning, Beltran had homered off Philadelphia right-hander Roy Halladay for...
Courtesy: Cardinals Media Relations
ST. LOUIS, MO - The St. Louis Cardinals purchased INF Ryan Jackson today from the Memphis Redbirds (AAA). Jackson will report to Philadelphia and be available Friday. He will be making his Major League debut and wearing uniform 8.
The 24 year-old Jackson has appeared in 113 games for the club's Triple-A team, paying 98 games at shortstop...
September 20th Event Includes Panel Discussion with Former Players and Front Office Staff
ST. LOUIS – August 9, 2012 – The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they are inviting middle school and high school students who have an interest in a career in professional sports to attend the 8th Annual Career Day at Busch Stadium on Thursday, September 20th.
Students are encouraged...
Matt Holliday hit a three-run homer and Jake Westbrook won his fifth straight start to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday night.
Cliff Lee (2-7) retired 12 straight batters before the Cardinals tagged him for consecutive hits to open the sixth inning. Holliday followed with a shot to right for his 22nd homer of the season.
Earlier, I wondered aloud how different the record of the 2012 St. Louis Cardinals in close games would have been had they kept reliever Octavio Dotel.
This time, let’s look at the situation from financial perspective.
In reality, the cost of acquiring Dotel in the first place was an unidentifiable percentage of Colby Rasmus, shipped off to Toronto. The cost to keep him in 2012...
More scouting reports plus all the news from the back fields of Jupiter, Florida about the St. Louis Cardinals’ Gulf Coast League club. Kenny Peoples-Walls, Javier Machuca, Burny Mitchem and Josh Renfro are among this week’s featured players.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Matt Holliday hit a three-run homer and Jake Westbrook won his fifth straight start to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday night.
Cliff Lee (2-7) retired 12 straight batters before the Cardinals tagged him for consecutive hits to open the sixth inning. Holliday followed with a shot to right for his 22nd homer...
A sellout crowd, the first since the streak ended, watched as Cliff Lee went for his first win at home of the season. Cliff was dealing through the first few innings, but a downpour of rain and Cardinals offense would slow his rhythm and ruin his chances of that win.
The Phillies were making some smart plays in the first inning. With Domonic Brown on base, Chase Utley past the...
Cliff Lee, who is 3-1 with a 1.93 ERA in five career starts against the St. Louis Cardinals, starts the middle game of the Phillies' three-game series against the Cardinals. (Philliedelphia/Kevin Durso)
This disaster of a season actually didn't start in 2012. It started on October 7, 2011, when the Phillies were on the wrong end of a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to the St. Louis...
On October 7, 2011 the Philadelphia Phillies played in what could be their final "golden era" game. Best friends Chris Carpenter and Roy Halladay squared off in an epic Game 5 of the NLDS in an effort to push their teams to the next stage of the postseason. Carpenter was able to fend off Halladay and the Phillies, tossing a 1-0 shutout to complete the series win over the...
St. Louis Cardinals (61-51) at Philadelphia Phillies (50-61)
Kyle Lohse (12-2, 2.79) vs. Roy Halladay (5-6, 4.02)
Time: 7:05, Citizens Bank Park
Weather: Scattered thunderstorms, 84
Media: Twitter and Facebook
Mike Lieberthal will be inducted into the Phillies’ Wall of Fame tonight. During his 13 years in Philadelphia (1994-2006), Lieberthal batted .275 with 150 home...
(AP) -- The St. Louis Cardinals haven't visited Philadelphia since defeating Roy Halladay and the Phillies in Game 5 of last October's NL division series.
While there doesn't figure to be nearly as much intrigue surrounding this weekend's three-game set, a matchup between Halladay and Kyle Lohse could make for a competitive series opener Friday night.
St. Louis Cardinals (62-52) at Philadelphia Phillies (51-62)
Lance Lynn (13-5, 3.52) vs. Vance Worley (6-7, 3.83)
Time: 1:35, Citizens Bank Park
Weather: Sunny, 85
Media: Twitter and Facebook
Lance Lynn may not be a big-name pitcher, but he is having himself a solid year. He averages a strikeout per inning. Lynn has been a little inconsistent lately, however. He has...