Cardinals RBI leaders on pace for just 81

After scoring just two runs against the New York Mets on Wednesday evening, the St. Louis Cardinals’ record dropped to 12-10 on the 2014 season. While the pitching, particularly the starters, have been very good, the offense has yet to find its groove. Through 22 games, the Cards are tied for 13th in the 15-team National League with 79 runs scored. Catcher Yadier Molina, who plated...
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Cardinals Pitcher Michael Wacha’s Hat Blows Off His Head At Blustery Citi Field

With gusts up to 41 mph tonight at Citi Field, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha is having a tough time keeping his hat on against the New York Mets.  Luckily for him, second baseman Mark Ellis was there to field it for him.  As always, special thanks to @MetsKevin11 The post Cardinals Pitcher Michael Wacha’s Hat Blows Off His Head At Blustery Citi Field appeared first...
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Guess who is leading the Cardinals in hitting?

With the heroics Tuesday night from St. Louis Cardinals Adam Wainwright, Matt Holliday and Jon Jay, the contributions of Matt Adams were perhaps not fully appreciated. Not only is the big first baseman continuing to impress defensively, the left-handed hitter went 2-for-4 with a run scored in St. Louis’ 3-0 win over the New York Mets. Now batting .346 on the season, Adams...
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Wainwright OK after twisting knee

The awkwardness of how Adam Wainwright’s knee bent when trying to field the ball in the seventh inning was not in the eye of the beholder but in the report from the Cardinals medical staff. Before his teammates could chuckle at his misstep, they had to take a breath. “Once I realized he was alright, I was able to make fun of him a little bit,” left fielder Matt Holliday admitted...
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Matt Holliday robs Chris Young of home run with leaping catch (VIDEO)

Cardinals left fielder Matt Holliday robs the Mets' Chris Young of a home run with a perfectly timed leaping grab Tuesday night at Citi Field.The 5th-inning catch helped the Cards go on to a 3-0 victory.This is probably one Holiday that Young would rather not celebrate.Your browser does not support iframes.
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Albert Pujols Joins The 500 Home Run Club In Style

Los Angeles Angels big man Albert Pujols joined some elite company smashing his 500th career home run off Washington Nationals hurler Taylor Jordan. Pujols crushed the no-doubter sending him to the record books as only the 26th man to ever achieve the historic milestone. Even the slugger’s former team sent out a congratulatory tweet to recognize the achievement. The St. Louis...
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Waino says 'all is good' after injured knee cuts dominating start short in New York

Adam Wainwright pitched seven shutout innings, gave up only four hits, didn't walk a batter and used only 79 pitches in the Cardinals' 3-0 victory over the New York Mets on Tuesday night. But all the Wainwright news wasn't great. Trying to chase down a pop to the right and just beyond the mound with two out in the seventh, the big right-hander suffered what the club called...
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Jay delivers key hit, Cardinals blank Mets 3-0

NEW YORK -- The only thing that stopped Adam Wainwright from throwing his second straight shutout was a hyperextended right knee. The perennial Cy Young Award contender tossed seven neat innings before leaving with an injury Tuesday night, and Jon Jay hit a two-run single that sent the St. Louis Cardinals to a 3-0 victory over the New York Mets. "Just give me a couple of days...
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Could the Cardinals trade one of their surplus outfielders for relief help?

Over the last few years, the Cardinals have been know for developing and promoting power arms, including such standouts as Shelby Miller, Trevor Rosenthal, Michael Wacha, Joe Kelly and Carlos Martinez.With those pitchers having already graduated to the majors, it appears that the Cardinals system strength is now their outfielders.In addition to major league regulars Matt Holliday...
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Cardinals' Oscar Taveras (ankle) scratched from Triple-A game

Outfielder Oscar Taveras, rated the No. 2 prospect in MLB, is out of the Triple-A Memphis lineup for "precautionary reasons" and is listed as "day-to-day" after twisting his ankle, tweets Jenifer Langosch of She also notes this is his left ankle, not the ankle which was surgically repaired in August of 2013. But for that injury, Taveris would been a...
Via Sports Injury Alert
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Cardinals will try to get Wainwright some run support

Adam Wainwright has rediscovered an important part of his repertoire for the St. Louis Cardinals, which doesn't bode well for a New York Mets lineup that has shown improvement behind its star third baseman. As Wainwright hopes to register his fourth victory, David Wright looks to extend his hitting streak to 13 games Tuesday night when the Mets try to take the first two in this...
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Stephen Piscotty homers, Oscar Taveras leaves with apparent injury on Monday

It was a solid night for Cardinals’ affiliates, as they went 3-1 with Palm Beach suffering the only loss. The Memphis Redbirds’ outfield continues to rake, collecting 6 more hits and 3 RBI’s on Monday, including a home run from Stephen Piscotty. A bit of disconcerting news came in the 7th inning when Oscar Taveras was removed for a pinch runner after hitting a single. It was...
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Cardinals news: Oscar Taveras switches representation to MVP Sports Group

Early into his young career, St. Louis Cardinals phenom Oscar Taveras has switched agencies for the fifth time in 16 months. This time he moves from Melvin Roman at MDR Sports Management to MVP Sports Group with Dan Lozano and Brian Mejia. Taveras is now represented by a company that holds contracts for the superstars such as Albert Pujols, Manny Machado, Jimmy Rollins, and Joey...
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Lyons is solid in season debut but Cards' bats offer no support

The Mets have been high on the prospects of right-hander Jenrry Mejia for years. He showed why Monday night when he worked 6 2/3 scoreless innings to deal the Cardinals a 2-0 defeat. Mejia, 3-0 with a 1.99 ERA, struck out seven and didn't allow a Cardinal to reach second base until the sixth inning. The Cardinals, however, haven't been hitting anyone much lately. Only three...
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St. Louis Cardinals Have Yet To Take Flight In 2014

The St. Louis Cardinals are off to a less than stellar start this season and in large part it is a result of three areas. First, the front office anticipated the continued emergence of young hard throwing pitchers Carlos Martinez, Trevor Rosenthal, and Kevin Siegrist at the back end of the Redbirds bullpen. In addition, youngster Seth Maness, who led all Major League pitchers in...
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Cardinals promote Lyons, option Rondon

NEW YORK -- The St. Louis Cardinals promoted left-hander Tyler Lyons from Triple-A Memphis and started him Monday night against the New York Mets. Right-handed reliever Jorge Rondon was optioned to Triple-A. The 26-year-old Lyons will take the rotation spot held by Joe Kelly, who was put on the 15-disabled list last week. Kelly strained his left hamstring trying to beat out a bunt...
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Tyler Lyons to take Joe Kelly's spot in St. Louis Cardinals' rotation

Tyler Lyons will replace Joe Kelly in the St. Louis Cardinals' rotation, as reported by Derrick Goold,Kelly was placed on the 15-Day DL with a hamstring strain last Thursday. Lyons, a 26 year old lefty, is expected to take at least the next two turns on the bump.
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Series Preview: St. Louis Cardinals

It looked for a while like it would be a devastating start to a long homestand. The Mets had lost two of their first three against Atlanta, with all of the positive momentum built up on the road being washed away with each Curtis Granderson out, but then, in the series’ final game, in the bottom of the 14th, the man they call Grandy came through. A walk-off sacrifice fly to give...
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Bryce Harper appears on ironic mag cover after benching for lack of hustle (pic)

Despite the Bryce Harper dealing with a nagging tightness in his quad, skipper Matt Williams yanked the Washington Nationals lineup during the seventh inning of Saturday’s 4-3 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals for what the manager characterized as a “lack of hustle” and the “inability to run 90 feet” after putting the ball in […] The post Bryce Harper appears on ironic...
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NY Times Profiles Yadier Molina

The name of the piece is “From Behind the Plate, a Dutiful Master Orchestrates The Cardinals”. At this point, you can pretty much rest assured that this isn’t your typical Cardinals media fare. You’d be right, because yesterday the NY Times’ Tyler Kepner profiles Yadier Molina and got some interesting information: Brian McCann, a 7-time All-Star studies what Molina does...
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Finding Cardinals broadcasts on Monday and Wednesday

To have a fighting chance at financial viability, regional networks work to secure broadcast rights of teams in several different sports. That enables them to feature live programming on a more year-round basis. A challenge is presented, however, during the times of year when the various sports overlap. Such is the case in St. Louis currently. The dilemma is faced by FOX Sports Midwest...
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Defense Hopefully Doesn’t Win Championships

Shane Robinson seems like a nice guy. How can anyone so tiny and scrappy not be super humble and ready to help your grandmother across the street at all times? If you asked him for his autograph, he’d probably return the favor by asking if he could help file your taxes. But if we’re trying to win baseball games, then Matt Holliday is probably a better option as a pinch hitter...
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St. Louis Cardinals are momentum killers so far in 2014

The St. Louis Cardinals opened the season in mediocre fashion with five wins in their first nine games against presumably their two toughest National League Central Division competitors in 2014, the Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates. Neither the Reds nor the Pirates have played particularly well to begin the season either. Cincinnati entered play Friday at 6-9 with a three...
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Oscar Taveras and Randal Grichuk lead Memphis to a walk-off win on Sunday

It was a quiet Easter for the Cardinals’ affiliates as Memphis and Springfield were the only two clubs in action. Memphis won with a thrilling walk-off, while Springfield’s bullpen couldn’t hold the lead. The Redbirds prized outfield lived up to their hype on Sunday going a combined 5-12 with 2 doubles, a home run, 2 runs batted in, and 3 runs scored. Here are the results from...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals' defense off its game in 3-2 loss to Nationals

There's nothing wrong with splitting a four-game series on the road against a team with an identical record. But after losing 3-2 to the Nationals on Sunday, the St. Louis Cardinals left Washington knowing like they should have done better. It wasn't so much the offense managed only seven hits, though the St. Louis bats went noticeably quiet after the Cardinals banged out...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
3 days ago  |  Discuss

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