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Slumping outfielder Jon Jay got a break on Monday, with Skip Schumaker getting the call in center field for the Cardinals in Game 5 of the World Series. Jay is 0-for-14 in the World Series and 8-for-51 in the postseason.
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In case you didn’t know, Tony La Russa is the smartest guy in the room every time he is in the room. And as Tony proved once again on Monday night, the only guy who can outsmart Tony La Russa is Tony La Russa. The Master’s undisputed genius has the Texas Rangers one win away from the World Series title.
La Russa made a couple of puzzling decisions late in the...
It's been an incredibly strange year for Cardinals slugger Matt Holliday.
Manager Tony La Russa is taking full responsibility for the bullpen phone mix-up that dearly cost the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series.
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Some of the best basestealers in baseball have the green light to run whenever the opportunity presents itself.Albert Pujols has the green light to send them.Cardinals manager Tony La Russa said Tuesday the star first baseman has earned the authority and responsibility to call for a ...
Throughout the final month of the season with the club teetering on the brink of elimination, Cardinals lefty Jaime...
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Tony La Russa got the call wrong.
Manager Tony La Russa invited the second guess and perhaps even a scolding Monday night.
If Game 6 of the World Series is rained out, the Cardinals might be able to bring back their ace, Chris Carpenter, on short rest.
By Andrew Astleford
ST. LOUIS -- Reliever Lance Lynn stood in the St. Louis Cardinals' dugout the day after a dramatic loss, confident in his team's position because he has experienced it before. He called the Cardinals fighters. He was certain they would approach Game 6 of the World Series the same way.
Lynn paused for a moment Tuesday afternoon before...
Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak acknowledged Monday that the club has begun looking at the various decisions that await once the offseason begins, but said that those plans have taken a bit of a back seat in recent weeks.
A team that made a habit of playing essential games for a month now faces the very definition of must-win. A 4-2 loss to the Rangers on Monday night in Game 5 of the World Series means that the Cardinals' next loss ends their season.