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When the St. Louis Cardinals really needed him, Kyle Lohse stepped up with his best-ever season.
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ST. LOUIS (AP) Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak says it's unlikely the team can re-sign 16-game winner Kyle Lohse and doesn't see a spot for Lance Berkman even in a reduced role.
Lohse led the majors in winning percentage, going 16-3, and was among the league leaders with a 2.79 ERA. The Cardinals appear to have a full rotation plus young prospects such as Shelby...
In every summer’s draft, there seems to be one or two players who are reported as signed by the St. Louis Cardinals, but end up not becoming a professional.
The reason could be cold feet, a misunderstanding or perhaps a medical problem. Usually, the specific details of individual cases do not come out.
That isn’t the case with 2012 34th round selection Mark Trentacosta. The left...
After a miraculous 2011 season, Lance Berkman's fortune wore out in St. Louis in 2012.
Berkman found himself often injured in 2012 and underwent two knee surgeries during the season. It was a trying time for Berkman throughout the year and certainly not what the "Big Puma" had hoped.
Berkman appeared in just 32 games for the Cardinals in 2012, hitting .259 with...
You might be asking yourself what happened to the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Championship Series against the San Francisco Giants? The Cardinals had a commanding three games to one lead and yet, let it slip away. Well, that is the past my friends and I am read to look towards the future of the St. Louis Cardinals.
There are so many questions to be answered in...
Although the St. Louis Cardinals looked poised for another exhilarating run to a championship while up three games to one on the San Francisco Giants in the NLCS, the Giants came back to win the series. Instead of looking at the series as a complete failure by the Cardinals, a more realistic view might show the Giants were simply a better team in 2012.
Sure, the Cardinals had Chris...
Catcher Yadier Molina is the glue that holds the St. Louis Cardinals together. It should come as no surprise he is our selection as The Cardinal Nation/Scout.com Player of the Year.
As our top reliever, Jason Motte blew away St. Louis Cardinals opponents and his competitors alike.
Hot News for C Yadier Molina
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina easily had his best offensive season of his career. Molina hit .315 on the season with a career high 22 home runs and 76 RBI's this season while helping to anchor the middle of the Cardinals batting order.
While Molina's offense has improved tremendously, his defense has always been a strength and 2012 was no different.
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