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Jon Jay's ailing shoulder is feeling better and the center fielder will soon begin a rehab assignment with Memphis later this week. - (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Jon Jay has been on the disabled list since May 16 with a shoulder injury that he actually suffered way back April 19 after crashing into the Busch Stadium outfield wall. Since Jay went on the disabled list the Cardinals have struggled, going just 12-16 in the 28 games he has missed.
After a pair of batting practice sessions on Sunday and Monday, Jay seems to be better and may be back soon.
Jay is being sent to Omaha, Nebraska to meet up with the Cardinals Triple AAA affiliate to start a rehab assignment with Memphis Redbirds later this week.
The Cardinals have tried numerous options in center field in Jay's absence with few positive results. Shane Robinson, Adron Chambers, Skip Schumaker, and even Carlos Beltran have spent time in center field, trying to replace Jay...
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ST. LOUIS Jason Motte knows what the scouting reports say about him.
"I'm a fastball pitcher," Motte said.
But that doesn't mean he plans to change anything.
Despite a recent rough patch that included his fourth blown save of the season Sunday, Motte says he will continue to pitch the way he always has. Fast.
The hard-throwing Motte was one strike away from...
ST. LOUIS - Mike Matheny has stressed patience, saying almost daily that the Cardinals current offensive slide is nothing more than a blip on the radar of a long season.
As the slump goes on, the dot continues to get bigger.
The Cardinals scored three runs Tuesday night in a 6-3 loss to Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers. And while struggling to score is understandable against...
The two MLB leagues having different numbers of teams, 16 in the National League and 14 in the American, meant interleague play was never symmetric. Being in the oddball six-team NL Central often meant the St. Louis Cardinals were in the midst of the resulting scheduling irregularities.
This season is no different. When the Cardinals take the field in Detroit Tuesday night, they...
Jake Westbrook is getting the ground balls he covets, but little end results. - (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
St. Louis Cardinals starter Jake Westbrook has struggled over his last several starts. The Cardinals have won just one of his last seven starts. The lone win came in his most recent outing against the Chicago White Sox.
Despite the lack of results, Westbrook has not been...
Jake Westbrook was masterful Wednesday night, keeping the St. Louis Cardinals and himself from falling under .500.
The St. Louis Cardinals move into Detroit and Kansas City with plans to share the designated hitter role to rest banged up starters.
A number of St. Louis Cardinals minor leaguers have been released, retired or are unsigned after having been reported as signed. Injury and position change news is also included.
I’ve been looking at the total runs that the Cardinals have scored and allowed to see if there are trends that impact the team. You can see from the numbers that there is a certain line where the team goes from winning to losing.
The Cardinals have a run differential of +53 (tied for first in the NL with the Dodgers), which is exceptional. Their high point was...
DETROIT (AP) -- Jake Westbrook pitched his first complete game in over two years, giving up only an unearned run in the St. Louis Cardinals' 3-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday night.
Westbrook (6-6) allowed five hits, struck out five and walked one. It was his 14th career complete game, but his first since May 16, 2010, when he was pitching for Cleveland at Baltimore...
English: Scoreboard Jumbotron at Busch Stadium following St. Louis Cardinals 11th World Series Championship on October 28, 2011. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Not only is the mid-week series between the St. Louis Cardinals and Detroit Tigers a rematch of the 2006 World Series the Cardinals won in five games, it is also reunion with a couple of old friends from the 2011 version of the...
The St. Louis Cardinals have increased their post-draft free agent signee crop to seven with four former college pitchers, all assigned to the Appalachian League.
Royals Hall of Fame closer Jeff Montgomery had his shoe company to thank for not being nervous about his first All-Star Game appearance in 1992.
Prior to the game in San Diego, Reebok asked Montgomery and another Reebok representative, St. Louis Cardinals catcher Tom Pagnozzi, if they would take part in a publicity stunt.
Reebok had just introduced its "Pump" shoe to...
Not getting a win for a while seems to have frustrated Justin Verlander, and the National League is starting to pay the price. For the second game in a row, he took his frustration out on an unlucky opponent from … Continue reading →