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The St. Louis Cardinals brought an end to the biggest question that surrounded any part of the club this spring by finishing an agreement to keep pitcher Adam Wainwright in a Cardinal uniform for the for another half decade. After two months of ebbing and flowing through negotiations, and with less than a week before Opening Day, the team closed on keeping one of its most irreplaceable...
@MLB sources report that Adam Wainwright and the St Louis @Cardinals agree to a 5 year, $97.5M contract extension through 2018.
The two sides were negotiating quickly as a self imposed deadline to have a contract or wait until after the season was imposed by Wainwright.
The 31 right hander is 80-48 with a 3.15 ERA in his career. He went 14-13 with a 3.94 ERA last season after missing...
The St. Louis Cardinals have agreed on a five-year extension with starting pitcher Adam Wainwright. Set to be a free agent at the end of the season the ace pitcher and team had set a deadline of Opening Day to work out a new deal.
Wainwright’s new deal will pay him $97.5 million over the next five seasons.
In his first year back from Tommy John surgery the now 31-year-old hardly...
Pitcher Adam Wainwright will be a St. Louis Cardinal for at least five more years.
The St. Louis Cardinals have made Adam Wainwright a richer man. The Cardinals' de-facto ace (Chris Carpenter still holds that title until he officially retires) has pithed well enough to earn himself a five-year, $97 million extension. The deal comes just two years after Wainwright underwent Tommy John surgery.
According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, the extension...
On Tuesday, the St. Louis Cardinals’ two upper level minor league clubs traveled to Port St. Lucie to take on their New York Mets counterparts. Palm Beach and Peoria welcomed New York’s two Class-A clubs to the back fields in Jupiter.
Memphis and Palm Beach, were victorious and Springfield and Peoria fell. The Cardinals’ spring record against external minor league competition...
The St. Louis Cardinals have locked up their top starting pitcher,
reaching agreement with right-hander Adam Wainwright on a
five-year, $97.5 million contract extension, according to
Ken Rosenthal has reported that the St. Louis Cardinals have signed the ace of their pitching staff, Adam Wainwright to a five-year, $97.5 million contract extension:
Sources: Wainwright, #STLCards in agreement on five-year, $97.5M extension that will run from 2014 to '18.
— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) March 27, 2013
That's a lot of money for the Cards...
Pete Kozma hit a grand slam and Yadier Molina added a two-run homer, leading Adam Wainwright and the St. Louis Cardinals over the New York Mets 11-4 on Tuesday.
Wainwright made his final Grapefruit League start and pitched six solid innings. He allowed two runs and seven hits and struck out three.
Mets starter Jeremy Hefner received a scare in the top of the fourth when he was...
One of the most important facets of any successful team in Major League Baseball is having a reliable and steady starting rotation. Just ask the Cincinnati Reds, who won the National League Central Division over the St. Louis Cardinals last season thanks to having four pitchers throw over 200 innings a piece. Innings usually equate to wins and each Reds' starter with over 200...
One more win. After again hitting their stride in October, the St. Louis Cardinals got tantalizingly close to making it back to the World Series.
Instead, three straight losses to San Francisco led to an agonizing offseason of what-ifs, and has served as a driving force all spring for a team deemed good enough to contend without any major roster upgrades.
Adam Wainwright, now the...
Four days from Opening Day across the league, three days until Opening Night. Are you not entertained?!
Yesterday, I took a look at the winners of various fifth starter jobs across the league, the familiar names involved, and the questionable decisions that led to those decisions.
We also broke down the AL Cy Young and NL Cy Young favorites coming into the season. Ironically...