WATCH: Cardinals OF Stephen Piscotty makes incredible diving catch

St. Louis Cardinals right fielder Stephen Piscotty ran a long way to make a fantastic diving catch in foul territory on Thursday afternoon at Busch Stadium. And it was in a big spot too, as the Phillies had two on with no outs in the ninth, trying to rally from a 4-0 deficit. Here’s video of Piscotty’s tremendous play: Not fair, Stephen Piscotty: pic...
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St. Louis Cardinals Prospect Report: DeJong, Caldwell and Bader Bash; Pham Returns

Thank you for the feedback you provided in the comments yesterday. We have been kicking around some different formatting ideas and appreciate your suggestions. One of the ideas we've discussed is an affiliate spotlight to go with the weekend post. We'd take a look at one of the full-season clubs every weekend so that they'd all get hit once a month, which seems like a long enough...
Via Viva El Birdos
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Cards blank Phils behind stellar Garcia

After a string of three subpar starts, Jaime Garcia looked in ideal form on Thursday as he pitched the Cardinals to a 4-0 victory and series win over the Phillies at Busch Stadium.
2 hours ago

Fresh perspective helping Wong's approach

When the Cardinals signed Kolten Wong to a five-year, $25.5 million extension this spring, they hoped the financial certainty would allow the second baseman to take a more relaxed approach to the game. A month into the season, however, Wong is still finding himself fighting the tendency to stew over the missed opportunities more than he celebrates the success.
3 hours ago

Mike Matheny and Lineups: A Cardinals Conundrum

How many lineups can a manager churn out during a season? Mike Matheny tests that theory often. I’m a Mike Matheny apologist, but even I find his many lineup constructions a doozy at times. Still, should we rip him or praise his experimentation? Before you rip Mike Matheny and his many St. Louis Cardinals lineups, understand that Tony La Russa did it too. Don’t act like Jason...
Via STLSportsMinute
4 hours ago

Registration Open for Ted Savage RBI Golf Classic on June 7

27th Annual Cardinals Care Golf Tournament Raises Money for Area Children Participating in MLB’s RBI Program ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 5, 2016 – Registration is underway for the 27th Annual Cardinals Care Ted Savage RBI Golf Classic scheduled for Tuesday, June 7, at the Norman K. Probstein Golf Course in Forest Park. Former Cardinal outfielder Ted [...]
Via The Cardinal Conclave
7 hours ago

Cardinals Add Four Dates to 2016 Theme Night Calendar

Tickets on Sale Now for Lou Brock Tribute Night, Soccer Night, Outdoors Night & Law Enforcement Appreciation Night ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 5, 2016 – The St. Louis Cardinals have announced the addition of Lou Brock Tribute Night, Soccer Night, Outdoors Night and Law Enforcement Appreciation Night to the 2016 Theme Ticket schedule. On Monday, [...]
Via The Cardinal Conclave
7 hours ago

Randal Grichuk falling back down to earth

A big part of the reason why the St. Louis Cardinals didn’t re-sign all-star outfielder Jason Heyward was because of their faith in young outfielders such as Randal Grichuk, Stephen Piscotty Tommy Pham and even Jeremy Hazelbaker. At least in Grichuk’s case, fantasy owners exercised the same faith by selecting him in the 14th round of 10-team leagues. Through the first month of...
Via Today's Knuckleball
11 hours ago

Mike Leake can't even buy a win but Kevin Siegrist Can: Cards win 5-4 on 5/4

Mike Leake still unimpressive but the binary Cardinals offense put up a middling number with a weird lineup and evened it out at .500. The offense and bullpen again covered up some lackluster starting pitching. Pregame Very old barton on the rocks. Mike Leake looking for his first Cardinal win (have I wrote this before?). Cardinals offense, fraudulent? Cardinals 10+ runs scored...
Via Viva El Birdos
19 hours ago

Problems for Mike Leake and the St. Louis Cardinals

Early on in 2016, St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Mike Leake (#8) has not been as impressive as many fans would have hoped.  With a career ERA under 3.90 heading into this season, Leake has seen his ERA jump to 5.83 in his first five starts for the Cardinals.  The 28 year old is also 0-3 in those five starts, and the Cardinals are 1-4 in games he’s started. Why has Leake...
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St. Louis Cardinals Prospect Report: Jacob Wilson Homers For Memphis; DeJong Go Deep For Springfield; Jake Woodford Strikes Out Seven in Peoria

The Daily Farm Report Staff apologizes for the unexpected interruption. We will try to keep the updates coming on a more regular basis. Triple-A: Memphis 7 - Omaha 6 Charlie Tilson (CF): 1-5, R, K Dean Anna: 2-5, 2 R, 2B Greg Garcia (SS): 1-3, R, 2 BB Anthony Garcia (LF): 0-4, R, BB, K Jacob Wilson (2B): 1-4, R, HR, 3 RBI, 2 K Patrick Wisdom (3B): 0-2, RBI, 2 BB...
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1 day ago

Bader, Morales Earn Cardinals Minor League Honors for April

Bader ranked 5th in Texas League with his .338 April average; Morales 3-1, 2.16 ERA in 4 Double-A Starts ST. LOUIS, Mo. , May 4, 2016 – The St. Louis Cardinals announced their Minor League Pitcher and Player of the Month for April by honoring a pair of Springfield (AA) players for their accomplishments on [...]
Via The Cardinal Conclave
1 day ago

Leake still looking for his first strong start for Cardinals

Even though the results haven't shown it, Mike Leake remains optimistic about the progress he's making in his first season with the St. Louis Cardinals.The right-hander hopes to earn his first victory as the hosts try to avoid their sixth loss in seven games Wednesday night against the surging Philadelphia Phillies.St. Louis (13-14) signed Leake (0-3, 5.83 ERA) to a five-year deal...
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Cardinals waste Wacha's strong start in 1-0 loss to Phils

ST. LOUIS -- Aaron Nola threw seven innings and Ryan Howard homered to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 1-0 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday night.Philadelphia has won seven of eight while St. Louis has lost five of six.Jeanmar Gomez recorded his ninth save in as many opportunities after Hector Neris struck out the side in the eighth inning.Nola (2-2) allowed two...
Via Associated Press
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Yadier Molina reinventing himself at the plate

While Aledmys Diaz and Jeremy Hazelbaker got most of the attention in the season’s first month, perhaps the biggest surprise on the St. Louis Cardinals comes from the team’s longest-tenured player. Yadier Molina heads into play Tuesday with a stellar .333 batting average and .412 on base percentage. Diaz and Hazelbaker were complete unknowns, so while their success is surprising...
Via Today's Knuckleball
2 days ago

WATCH: Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright hits an upper-deck blast

One cool thing about the National League if you’re a pitcher, is that you get the opportunity to bat and try to make up for runs you allowed on the mound (Note: I still think we should just have the DH in the NL, but that’s a topic for another day). St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright had allowed three earned runs on Monday night, and came to bat with his team trailing...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals: April Report Card

One month into the 162-game grind that is the MLB season is hardly a long enough amount of time to make judgements about a team or a player for the rest of the year. However, a month of play does give fans a good idea of certain trends. For the St. Louis Cardinals, it is tough to pick things out, while some developing trends are certainly easier to spot. For example, Aledmys Diaz...
Via Baseball Essential
2 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals: Meet Aledmys Diaz

Say hello to Aledmys Diaz, the next great player out of the farm system of the St. Louis Cardinals. Through 19 games, Diaz batted a scorching and league-leading .468, which would rank as the second-highest all-time in the month of April if he keeps it up. The shortstop stumbled a bit last night in a 3-0 loss against the Arizona Diamondbacks, going 0-3. Now, in 20 games, he is only...
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Cardinals Carlos Martinez — Calls BS on STD Lawsuit

Courtesy of TMZ Sports St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez is ferociously disputing a lawsuit — in which the 24-year-old is accused of giving a woman non-life threatening STDs … after swearing he was clean. The woman behind the suit, filed in district court in Miami, claims she began a romantic relationship with Martinez in 2012 — and the two had an on-and-off relationship...
Via Hot Stove MLB
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Pitchers Can’t Seem to Get the (A)Led(mys Diaz) Out

Note: the editor of this post played no part in the composition of its despicable title. All grievances should be directed to the author, Craig Edwards. Baseball is full of April surprises. Players who come seemingly out of nowhere. Albert Pujols was one such player back in 2001. So was Chris Shelton back in 2005, Devon Travis last year, and Trevor Story already this season. As Trevor...
Via Fangraphs
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Wacha: One of the Best Young Arms

The St. Louis Cardinals Michael Wacha is off to a good start for the Cardinals. He’s currently 2-0 with a 2.82 ERA. He looks to keep the unbeaten streak alive tonight as he looks to mow-down the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Via Hot Stove MLB
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Who will carry the St. Louis Cardinals’ offense?

Through the first 19 games of his MLB career, St. Louis Cardinals’ outfielder Jeremy Hazelbaker (#41) has been a pleasant surprise.  Although, pleasant doesn’t quite do the justice that Hazelbaker’s early statistics seem to deserve.  The 28 year old rookie is batting .308 with five homeruns and 13 RBIs. What has not been impressive for Hazelbaker, however, is his patience...
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Matt Holliday nearly hits umpire with bat flip (Video)

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday nearly hit the home plate umpire with a bat flip gone wrong during Saturday's game in San Diego.It happened the top of the sixth as Holliday drew a walk with ball four. Holliday tried to toss his bat towards the dugout, but the bat remained stuck to his glove for an extra fraction of a second, resulting in the bat heading straight up...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Maddon talks Busch Stadium ban on his ‘Try Not To Suck’ shirts

Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon, one of the most eccentric managers to ever patrol a major league dugout, handed out some t-shirt to his players during spring training that conveyed a pretty simple, straightforward message: Try not to suck. The shirts feature the above-mentioned motto along with a pair of glasses resembling Maddon’s trademark frames. Maddon talking about...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

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