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Many people know that Tony La Russa retired with the third-most regular-season managerial wins of al...
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DALLAS The St. Louis Cardinals have made a new contract offer to free agent first baseman Albert Pujols and the club is waiting to hear back from his agent Dan Lozano.
General manager John Mozeliak confirmed to a group of reporters in his suite at the Hilton Anatole Tuesday evening that he made a new proposal earlier in the day with Lozano but refused to offer any other details...
Correctly answer a multi-part St. Louis Cardinals post-season-related trivia question and win a free 2011 World Series DVD Set from The Cardinal Nation Blog.
Welcome to another in our series of 2011 St. Louis Cardinals-related post-season trivia questions here at The Cardinal Nation Blog. Before responding, please familiarize yourself with the complete contest rules (follow the link...
PATIENCE IS A VIRTUE?
The Miami Marlins have reportedly said that they expect a response to their offer from the Albert Pujols camp as early as Wednesday.
MLB Network's John Heyman has reported via Twitter that the Marlins have offered Albert Pujols a ten-year deal. That would be one more year than the Cardinals have reportedly offered.
The Marlins continue their complete makover as they head into their new ballpark in 2012. Even if they don't sign Pujols, the fact that there are legitimate reports of their efforts to sign...
Down here in Dallas, speculation about Albert Pujols‘ future has hit a fever pitch. The Marlins have apparently offered a 10 year contract, and are pushing for a decision in the not too distant future. You’ll probably be reading a lot more about Pujols in next few days.
But, for now, I want to address one lingering question about him that hangs over the question of how many...
Albert Pujols and his douchebag agent (we pretty much take everything bad we've ever said about Scott Boras back) have some mighty lucrative offers to consider this week... one of them being from the big-spending Miami Marlins, and the other meaning he won't need to pack a thing.
The team reportedly met with the nine-time All-Star and agent Dan Lozano to offer a 10...
The Cardinals and Brewers are very interested in Octavio Dotel, the 38-year-old reliever told Enrique Rojas of ESPNDeportesLosAngeles (link in Spanish). Dotel confirmed the Tigers and Mets are also interested. Dotel hopes to return to the Cardinals, and has a one-year offer in hand from them.
Albert Pujols may not be a Miami Marlin by the time he wakes up Wednesday morning. But the team expects a resolution to its bid to sign Pujols, one way or the other, in the next few hours, sources told ESPN.com Tuesday night.
Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak acknowledged on Tuesday that he has fielded calls on starting pitchers Kyle Lohse and Jake Westbrook, but emphasized that he is not shopping either right-hander.
The sum of money the Marlins pledged Tuesday to baseball superstar Albert Pujols is so substantial — more than $200 million — that it demands perspective.
Marlins may pivot quickly to much-in-demand Buehrle if Pujols rejects themDALLAS — One reason the Marlins and Cardinals want a quick answer on Albert Pujols is so they can decide whether to chase free agent pitchers Mark Buehrle and/or C.J. Wilson.
If you thought the Miami Marlins' offers to both Jose Reyes and Albert Pujols were nothing more than public relations window dressing, think again.