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Though some areas of the 2012 Cardinals are set, one unit is very much in flux: the middle infield. The club would love to gain some clarity on that topic in the next few weeks, but it's far from a guarantee that will happen.
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The Cardinals remain interested in bringing back free agent Rafael Furcal but the ongoing talks with free agent first baseman Albert Pujols could eventually force them to look elsewhere at shortstop.
In a conversation Tuesday, Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak admitted that negotiating with Pujols could cause the club to miss out on other opportunities.
The Cardinals are...
Pujols to the Cubs?
Come on Cardinal Nation.You know better.
2012 is a Presidential election year, and if you’re in Missouri, pretty much everything other than 1 senate seat is up for grabs. Over the next 10 months you’re going to see things you don’t want to see. 9/11 first responders being denied health care coverage by Democrats! Tax breaks for the super 1 percenters...
Since the end of the regular season, I collected a series of links to stories with and/or about St. Louis Cardinals minor league players. The only common thread is that the articles usually originated from the player’s home paper, though I slipped in a few other interesting links as well.
They are provided without further introduction.
The World Champion St. Louis Cardinals have done little since defeating the Texas Rangers in a thrilling seven-game series that ended almost exactly a month ago.
But that will likely change in the near future.
General manager John Mozeliak and the Cardinals front office brass will travel to Dallas Sunday for the start of Baseball's Winter Meetings, where they will likely begin...
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ST. LOUIS The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that former Major League infielderoutfielder John Mabry has been named as the team's assistant hitting coach. He will join current hitting coach Mark McGwire, filling the vacancy created when Mike Aldrete was named the team's bench coach earlier this off-season.
Mabry was drafted by St. Louis...
Here’s the first financial efficiency report we at PRO Rumors are going to make. Lets start with the St. Louis Cardinals because they were the 2011 World Series’ Champions. I hope you enjoy this as much as a enjoyed writing it.
The Cardinals won 90 regular season games, or 41 above the 49 games won line. They paid $105,433,572 in salaries. That means the Cardinals paid $2,293...
I spent my Thursday evening viewing as much of the two World Series DVD Sets from A+E Networks Home Entertainment/MLB Productions as time would allow. There are more than ample reasons to want to own both.
The Official 2011 World Series Film is narrated by St. Louis native Jon Hamm and documents the St. Louis Cardinals’ championship run in a series of segments including game highlights...
A week ago we published some not very nice things about superagent Dan Lozano, but not before we were threatened with a lawsuit. Hours before publishing, Lozano's attorney issued itemized denials of a handful of facts we included in our story—and denials of many more that we did not. More »
Former Major Leaguer John Mabry becomes the St. Louis Cardinals assistant hitting coach. Ex-head trainer Barry Weinberg moves to Florida position as Memphis trainer Chris Conroy steps up.
The Sox are getting a lot of heat over the length of time it took them to pick a manager -- two months, for the record (and counting, we must add, since the deal is not done).It took the St. Louis Cardinals nine days to replace the most venerable manager in the game. So perhaps some criticism of the process is justified. (St. Louis also had more time to think about it beforehand...
The Cardinals completed their coaching staff on Friday, announcing that former big leaguer John Mabry has been hired as the team's assistant hitting coach.
Well, it was his last one and Tony LaRussa came in third place in the Manager of Year voting. He was only one of three managers to get a first place vote but he was well behind the favorite for the award, Kirk Gibson. Ron Roenicke of the Brewers came in second place. I thought [...]
Expos, Rockies and Cardinals standout Larry Walker is a candidate on the National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot for the second year. The Class of 2012 will be announced Jan. 9.
Now that Tony La Russa is retired, the ranks of the superstar, larger-than-life manager have basically thinned...
Two players who have taken wildly different paths in their young professional careers garnered the Cardinals' top Minor League honors on Wednesday.