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The Cardinals' quest to defend their World Series crown begins in earnest this weekend. Pitchers and catchers are required to report to the club's Jupiter, Fla., complex by the end of the day Saturday in advance of Sunday's first official workout.
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Though he won't be leading the Cardinals through their spring workouts for the first time in 17 years, former manager Tony La Russa is not going to be entirely absent from the Spring Training scene.
Cardinals reliever Jason Motte asserted himself as the team's
closer in 2011. But will he have a World Series hangover in 2012
after working more games and innings than any other season in
his career? - Photo courtesy of Getty Images
Coming into the 2012 season, one of the biggest strengths of the St. Louis Cardinals, who will look to repeat as World Series Champions, looks...
Last year Matt Holliday was on pace for another Holliday-esque season, but a variety of injuries limited him to just 124 games. While the counting stats weren’t what we are used to, he actually posted a four-year high in ISO (.229) at 31 years old. While his power will start decreasing at some point, Holliday is as consistent as they come and will provide you with very good numbers...
ST. LOUIS, Mo. The St. Louis Cardinals today announced their television schedule for the 2012 season.
FOX Sports Midwest (19th season) is scheduled to carry 150 games in its second full season as the exclusive local TV home of the Cardinals.
Ten regular season games are currently scheduled to be carried as part of Major League Baseballs national television packages with FOX (aired...
New St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny inherits a ballclub that enters the 2012 season as the defending World Series Champions. But he also inherits a ballclub that is very different than the ones from years past. Former manager Tony La Russa, first baseman Albert Pujols, and pitching coach Dave Duncan are all gone for one reason or another. Matheny, in his rookie season...
The Cardinals have indicated that Chris Carpenter will play a large role in determining his spring workload, given that he is coming off a year in which he threw 237 1/3 regular-season innings and then another 36 in the postseason.
For any sporting event, watching and listening to the familiar home broadcasters is usually preferred. Yet in the case of spring training, a time when game coverage is less than 100 percent, catching any broadcast is better than the alternative, isn’t it?
To that end, I have compiled a master list of all St. Louis Cardinals spring television and radio plans no matter who will be...
JUPITER, Fla. (AP) -- So long, Albert Pujols. Happy trails, Tony La Russa. Timeout, Dave Duncan.
The World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals have had plenty of upheaval. Now they enter spring training looking for a new No. 3 hitter and breaking in a rookie manager and pitching coach. Time for the newcomers to step forward.
Before meeting with reporters, just steps from the closest...
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JUPITER, Fla. -- Leery of the toll exacted by
last season's uncompromising workload, the Cardinals will likely
schedule projected Opening Day starter Chris Carpenter for one or
even two fewer Grapefru
So long, Albert Pujols. Happy trails, Tony La Russa. Timeout, Dave Duncan. The World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals have had plenty of upheaval. Now they enter spring training looking for a new No. 3 hitter and breaking in a rookie manager and pitching coach. Time for the newcomers to step forward. Before meeting with reporters, just steps from the closest of six practice fields...
JUPITER, Fla. — So long, Albert Pujols. Happy trails, Tony La Russa. Timeout, Dave Duncan.
JUPITER, Fla. • It's been three months since
Mike Matheny took over as manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, and
while he's filled those days with ample work -- piecing together a
staff, learning an org