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The St. Louis Cardinals reassigned seven players to minor league camp on Tuesday, including hard-throwing right-hander Trevor Rosenthal.
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The Cardinals have long traded in the art of baseball, but apparently have added mysticism to their cadre of talents over the off-season.
Just this morning, the CD Inbox received word that third baseman David Freese was going to slug 13 home runs and drive in 64 runs. So confident they were, that it was put right there in the subject line so I didn’t even have to open it up...
Cardinals ace Chris Carpenter won't start Opening Day after a setback in his recovery from a bulging disk in his neck.
The right-hander returned to St. Louis on Tuesday for tests. He threw live batting practice Sunday but didn't feel right the next day.
''He looked really good and felt good; the next day he just didn't respond like we had hoped,'' manager...
On Tuesday, the St. Louis Cardinals had another camp day in which their top two and lower two rosters opposed each other while the Marlins and Mets faced off elsewhere. Springfield and Palm Beach went home winners on the day.
Tuesday’s Player of the Day: Springfield outfielder Chris Edmondson singled, tripled and homered in three at-bats. Too bad he didn’t have a chance for...
The parent of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Lee Enterprises, has announced intent to implement subscriptions for online access before the end of this year in most markets. (Details here.)
The company currently has papers in 52 markets but did not comment whether or not the P-D will be included. As Lee’s largest entity, it would be surprising to me if it was excluded.
Lee began a...
NEW YORK (AP) Retired St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa is ready to look back on his amazing career.
William Morrow announced Monday that "One Last Strike: Fifty Years in Baseball, Ten and a Half Games Back, and One Final Championship Season," is tentatively scheduled to come out this fall. The book will be co-written by Rick Hummel, a longtime reporter for the...
As part of our preview for the upcoming 2012 season, we’ll be doing a ’10 Bold Predictions for 2012′ series that will be featured between now and Opening Day. Our second prediction is that the arrival of David Freese as a superstar. This will help in providing a soft landing spot in the transition of the Cardinals and their fans into the post-Pujols era.
Those 21 postseason...
On Sept. 5, the Cardinals lost to the Brewers to fall to 74-67. The leaders for the wild card, the Braves, were 82-58 and had a magic number of 14 with just 22 games to go. A week later, thanks in part to a sweep of the Braves, the Cardinals had shaved four games off the lead. They finished the year winning 16 of their final 21, earning a playoff berth on the last day of the season...
KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) -- Carlos Beltran hit his first home run for the St. Louis Cardinals, a leadoff drive off Julio Teheran in the sixth inning during Monday's 4-3 win over the Atlanta Braves.
Beltran, who signed a free agent after splitting last year between the New York Mets and San Francisco Giants, also had a single.
Matt Carpenter hit a two-run homer in the fourth against...
Chris Carpenter remains the most concerning of the St. Louis Cardinals injuries in spring training.
Brian Walton’s notes from St. Louis Cardinals spring training action in Orlando, Florida.
Replacing a Cardinal legend…those words could mean a lot of different things coming into the 2012 season. It could mean Lance Berkman taking over first base for Albert Pujols. It could mean rookie manager Mike Matheny replacing Hall-of-Fame manager Tony LaRussa. This article will focus on Derek Lilliquist, Cardinals pitching coach, who has the task of replacing arguably the greatest...
Six shutout innings from Jake Westbrook helped the Cardinals defeat the New York Mets in Jupiter, Fla. on Wednesday. Jon Jay had the walkoff RBI single.
FOX Sports Tennessee and SportSouth to televise five spring training and 127 regular season St. Louis Cardinals games in 2012.