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Brandon Dickson takes our second consecutive award as the St. Louis Cardinals’ top Triple-A starting pitcher.
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Tony La Russa sounds like he wants to return as St. Louis Cardinals manager next season.
Before Game 5 of the NL championship series Friday night, La Russa expressed excitement about the talent in place. He said there was so much right-handed depth in the bullpen that some pitchers might have to be viewed as starters, even though the team already has its rotation in place for 2012...
Cardinals second baseman Ryan Theriot had his difficulties both in the field and at bat on Thursday during a game he'd rather forget, one that the Brewers won to knot the NLCS at 2.
Two social media tools I use regularly are Twitter and Facebook. Like most of them, there is plenty of noise to filter through, along with some news and information, as well.
When following a hashtag associated with a sports team such as #stlcards for the St. Louis Cardinals, the level of activity during a game is very high. Recently, I came across a website, SocialGuide.com, that...
The Cardinals got to this stage through talent, resurgence and a slew of inspiring play. But you don't make the playoffs despite being 10 1/2 back on Aug. 25 without a little bit of luck.
Before Game 5 of the National League Championship Series on Friday night, Tony La Russa expressed excitement about the talent in place.
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MILWAUKEE • Edwin Jackson, who has never
started a World Series game, has a chance to pitch the Cardinals
into one Sunday against the Milwaukee Brewers. Even though recent
history says he may not be a
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Tony La Russa called up some more bullpen magic for the St. Louis Cardinals.
In a span of two pitches, the Cardinals went from frustration to elation in the second inning of Game 5 of their National League Championship Series with the Brewers. Brewers third baseman Jerry Hairston Jr. exprienced the highs and lows of the inning, where St. Louis scored three times.
Randy Wolf outfoxed the St. Louis Cardinals for seven innings to earn his first postseason win at age 35 in a 4-2 victory Thursday night.