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St. Louis Cardinals starter Jaime Garcia last was seen on the mound in Game 2 of the NLDS against the Washington Nationals. Garcia lasted just two innings and came under fire after it was revealed that Garcia did not tell manager Mike Matheny or any of the coaching staff that he was not one hundred percent before taking the hill.
Garcia was then removed from the roster after an MRI revealed a strain in his pitching shoulder.
After three visits to different doctors after the season ended, Garcia got the answer he wanted to hear and has foregone surgery in hopes to make a recovery and be ready for the start of spring training.
Now, Garcia is prepared to pitch for Mexico in the World Baseball Classic this spring.
Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said he was encouraged with Garcia's willingness to compete in the exhibition, but no final decision has been made on whether the organization will sign-off on Garcia's decision.
In my opinion, the Cardinals should let Ga...
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Two St. Louis Cardinals players, Carlos Beltran and Yadier Molina, plan to represent Puerto Rico in the 2013 World Baseball Classic to be held in March. Left-hander Jaime Garcia was announced as a member of Team Mexico.
Full rosters for the 16-team World Baseball Classic will be released in mid-January, with other Cardinals expected to participate.
Baseball Canada has announced...
Back in 1985, St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Ozzie Smith became Major League Baseball’s highest-paid player when he made over $2 million per year. This past weekend, the retired shortstop cleared half of that again.
Smith sold 90 items of memorabilia from his personal collection through SCP Auctions. The total take was over $1.11 million, which includes a 10 percent buyers’ premium...
The Oklahoman is releasing their 100th anniversary edition of their all-state football team.
I know, I don't care either.
Unless we get some high school pose downs from Matt Holliday. Then I care. And I think you do to .
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. Cardinals utility man Skip Schumaker has informed the club that he would welcome a trade if they don't envision giving him more regular playing time next season.
Schumaker, who fell out of favor with manager Mike Matheny and was rarely used down the stretch, hit .276 and had a .339 on-base percentage in 107 games last season.
Mozeliak confirmed Monday that...
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina has claimed plenty of hardware over the last month for his spectacular performance behind the plate for the Cardinals in 2012.
On Tuesday, it was announced that Molina would take home more hardware, this time winning the GIBBY as the Defensive Player of the Year in baseball.
Molina finished fourth in the National League MVP voting, but...
So all those billion dollar TV deals you’ve been hearing about in baseball the past year? Like with the Dodgers, Yankees and Angels?
Well the Cardinals don’t have one of those.
Worse, the Cardinals just re-upped a couple of seasons ago with Fox Sports Midwest right before the TV rights deals started exploding and are now in the midst of a long term deal that will...
Former St. Louis Cardinals shortstop and Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith sold 13 of his Gold Glove awards for over $500k, according to multiple reports.
The Gold Gloves, along with the two World Series rings the Cardinals organization gave to him from the franchise's 2006 and 2011 championship runs, were sold at a sports memorabilia auction in California over the weekend.
St. Louis Cardinals second baseman and outfielder Skip Schumaker has been a fan favorite at Busch Stadium for several years.
Cardinals fans have historically adored spunky players who play the game of baseball with determination and grit. Schumaker fits that profile perfectly.
Unfortunately for Schumaker, the rest of his skills are not aligned with what the Cardinals are looking...
In results of voting by the National Baseball Hall of Fame Pre-Integration Era Committee announced on Monday morning, two prominent St. Louis Cardinals figures from the past, owner Sam Breadon and shortstop Marty Marion, fell far short.
Both received three or less votes from a 16-member committee that elected umpire Hank O’Day, New York Yankees owner Jacob Ruppert and 19th Century...
The St. Louis Cardinals reportedly plan to hire a familiar name as their new assistant hitting coach.
The St. Louis Cardinals entered the offseason with a shopping list that includes a shortstop and a left-handed relief pitcher. Unfortunately, those are currently two of the most talent-thin positions in Major League Baseball.
The Cardinals’ regular shortstop for the 2012 season, Rafael Furcal, hit .264 and had an on-base percentage of .325 in 121 games before he tore an elbow...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Cardinals chairman and principal owner Bill DeWitt Jr. walked through the lobby of the Gaylord Opryland Resort Monday morning, admittedly much more relaxed than this time a year ago.
"It's certainly less busy," DeWitt told FOXSportsMidwest.com.
It was at last year's Winter Meetings in Dallas, Tex., when the Cardinals made a last-ditch effort...