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Jake Westbrook was masterful Wednesday night, keeping the St. Louis Cardinals and himself from falling under .500.
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ST. LOUIS - Jake Westbrook's first complete game in more than two years Wednesday night did more than give the Cardinals a much needed win. It continued a trend of solid starting pitching that they hope is a sign of things to come.
Westbrook allowed just one unearned run on five hits and a walk, working through the Detroit Tigers lineup with relative ease in a 3-1 Cardinals...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. The slumping St. Louis Cardinals offense is about to get a big boost.
More than two months since injuring his right shoulder during a crash with the center field wall, outfielder Jon Jay has been activated from the disabled list and will likely be in the starting lineup Friday night against the Kansas City Royals.
Utility infielder and outfielder Matt Carpenter...
The Cardinals have activated outfielders Jon Jay and Matt Carpenter from the disabled list and optioned first baseman Matt Adams and outfielder Adron Chambers to Triple-A Memphis.
St. Louis made the moves before Friday night's game at Kansas City.
Jay was hitting .343 with two homers and RBIs before spraining his right shoulder and landing on the DL on May 16. He went 3 for...
ST. LOUIS - Mike Matheny has stressed patience, saying almost daily that the Cardinals current offensive slide is nothing more than a blip on the radar of a long season.
As the slump goes on, the dot continues to get bigger.
The Cardinals scored three runs Tuesday night in a 6-3 loss to Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers. And while struggling to score is understandable against...
St. Louis Cardinals rookie Matt Adams is adjusting well to playing in Busch Stadium. - (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Immediately after Matt Adams was initially called up and made his Major League debut, it was clear that the St. Louis Cardinals first baseman had the potential and talent to contribute in a big way.
Adams started off hot in his first couple of games in a Major League...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Injured Cardinals starter Chris Carpenter took another significant step in his rehab from a nerve issue Friday afternoon, facing hitters for the first time during a simulated game on the field at Kauffman Stadium.
Carpenter, who has yet to pitch this season after being shut down during spring training with weakness in his right shoulder, threw approximately 30...
The Cardinals, who still lead the National League in batting average (.273) and on-base percentage (.336) and are second in runs scored (336), have encountered an offensive brownout over the last 12 games.
Those games all have been interleague games against the American League Central, and the Cardinals have won but five and have scored three or runs or fewer in 10 of them. In one...
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(AP) -- Carlos Beltran admits it was an emotional time when the Kansas City Royals traded him eight years ago this weekend. However, it may be the Kauffman Stadium crowd that is feeling blue after he leaves town.
Beltran returns to Kansas City for the first time Friday night when the St. Louis Cardinals open a three-game series against the Royals.
After being drafted by Kansas...
A lot of great stories have been written this week in remembrance of ten years since the passing of Jack Buck and Darryl Kile. Here is my attempt to pay them homage and honor these two great men, as well as the 2002 St. Louis Cardinals that fought on bravely the rest of that season.
I like routines.
Baseball makes great fans of those who like routines. There is a game nearly everyday...
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