1. Cardinals Call Up Triple-A First Baseman Xavier Scruggs

    Initially the Cardinals were going to keep their Triple-A team together for the Pacific Coast League playoffs, but with first baseman Matt Adams slumping they've decided to call up Memphis first baseman Xavier Scruggs...

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  2. Harrison Named NL Player of the Month

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  3. Bourjos' Hard Work Leads to Walk-off Single

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  4. Martinez Fans McCutchen to Win Pivotal Battle

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 16 days ago 93 reads 0 comments

  5. St. Louis Cardinals Players Who Must Be Let Go This Offseason

    The St. Louis Cardinals are in a dogfight for the National League pennant and Central Division title. With October looming, let’s take a quick timeout to consider what needs to happen this offseason and who must be released...

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  6. Brewers Fall Again to the Cubs, 6-2

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  7. Cubs 6, Brewers 2: Cubs Spoil Matt Garza's Return, Sweep Brewers

    Not that long ago, the Milwaukee Brewers and their fans figured the four-game series against St. Louis that begins Thursday night at Miller Park would be a evenly contested battle for first place in the NL Central...

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  8. Starlin Castro's Injury Sparks Trade Rumors

    Less than two months after a trade started the talk in July, all it took was a high ankle sprain on Sept. 2 for the speculation to start all over again...

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  9. Cubs Aim for 'Something Special'

    After getting punched for most of five months, the Chicago Cubs would have a reason to gloat after damaging the National League Central title hopes of Milwaukee with their first three-game home sweep of the Brewers in 10 seasons...

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  10. Axelrod Struggles, Reds Total 4 Hits in Loss

    Ramon Santiago made a pretty special play at SS, took a walk to raise his OBP to .354 on the season and got removed from the game for a pinch-hitter in the 8th inning because that was apparently the time to get the call-ups some action...

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  11. Reds Bats Go Silent in Loss at Baltimore

    BALTIMORE — If Reds manager Bryan Price didn't raise the white flag after Wednesday's 6-0 loss to the Orioles , he certainly got it out of storage and hooked onto the flagpole...

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  12. Cardinals' Bad-Blood Sweep of Pirates Makes Strong Statement to NL Central

    This might very well be the most critical and telling week of the St. Louis Cardinals ’ long regular season. And less than halfway into it, they have already made a statement that is ringing across the National League Central...

    Anthony Witrado Written by Anthony Witrado about 17 days ago 11,618 reads 36 comments

  13. Soler Drives in Two More Runs as Cubs Beat Brewers

    Rookie Jorge Soler had a two-run double to become the second player in Cubs history with as many as 10 RBIs in his first seven games as Chicago beat Milwaukee 6-2 on Wednesday night...

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  14. What the Jonathan Broxton Trade Means for the Cincinnati Reds

    The Cincinnati Reds surprisingly traded setup man Jonathan Broxton to the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday, and that move will affect the team on the field and in the front office...

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  15. Can Pittsburgh Pirates Still Win the Division After Being Swept by Cardinals?

    Heading into a crucial three-game series with the St. Louis Cardinals Monday, things were looking up for the Pittsburgh Pirates ...

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  16. Scott Boras Thinks Cubs Should Call Kris Bryant Up

    Rosters have now expanded across Major League Baseball, as the minor-league regular seasons have concluded and each big-league ballclub is allowed September callups...

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  17. Video: Miller Throws Dart Behind McCutchen

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  18. Hurdle on Miller's Pitch: 'It Was an Ambush'

    #Pirates Hurdle on #cardinals Miller's pitch behind McCutchen's head: "It was an ambush. It was a cheap shot...

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  19. Lineup: Braun (Personal) Out, Segura Returns

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  20. Confident Grichuk Will Continue to See Time vs. Lefties

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  21. How Worried Should the Cardinals Be About Miller's Sophomore Slump?

    Cardinals right-hander Shelby Miller is coming off one of his best starts of the year, Friday night's seven-inning, two-run no-decision against the Cubs at Busch Stadium. That sentence alone speaks to how discouraging Miller's 2014 has been...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 17 days ago 5 reads 0 comments

  22. Bernie: Peralta, the Stealth MVP Candidate

    On last night's Fox Sports Midwest telecast, Dan McLaughlin and Rick Horton were talking about the wide-open National League MVP race. They mentioned several candidates. It was a good, if brief, discussion...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 17 days ago 95 reads 0 comments

  23. Cubs to Use Six-Man Rotation

    CHICAGO – The Chicago Cubs will indeed utilize a six-man rotation, manager Rick Renteria said Tuesday.....

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  24. Cubs' Epstein to Bryant: Prepare for 7-Month Season in 2015

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  25. Milwaukee Brewers Routed by Chicago Cubs in Seventh Straight Loss

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