1. Cardinals Hit 3 HRs, Beat Giants 7-5 to Win Series

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Matt Carpenter, Brandon Moss and Mark Reynolds all hit home runs, Yadier Molina drove in two and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the San Francisco Giants 7-5 on Sunday...

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  2. Cards Notes: Piscotty Putting on a Show for Family, Friends : Sports

    SAN FRANCISCO • One of the things the Cardinals coaches have learned about rookie Stephen Piscotty.....

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  3. Lynn Beats Giants for 1st Time, Hurts Ankle, Cardinals Win

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Lance Lynn pitched neatly into the eighth inning before leaving with ankle injury that's not considered serious, beating San Francisco for the first time in his career as the St...

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  4. Lynn Injures Ankle, Leaves Game

    Lance Lynn is down and holding a glove over his face. He really rolled his right ankle. Replay is gruesome. Good sign he's walking off...

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  5. FanGraphs: Garcia Pitching to Contact with Ace Stuff

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  6. Michael Wacha Shows He's a Legit Ace Pitcher

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Michael Wacha missed on a pitch to Marlon Byrd -- hanging a curveball that cost him four unearned runs -- and was unable to ring up his 16th win of the season on Friday ...

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  7. Errors, Walks Doom Cards in Loss

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  8. Cards Place Closer Rosenthal on Paternity Leave

    .@ Cardinals place RHP Trevor Rosenthal on paternity leave list; recall RHP Sam Tuivailala from Triple-A Memphis...

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  9. Cards to Hire Randy Flores as New Scouting Director

    SAN FRANCISCO • As they conducted an unplanned search for a new director of amateur scouting, the Cardinals looked into candidates from other clubs before returning, as they have often in the past, to their own...

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  10. Cards Finish off Sweep of D-Backs

    PHOENIX • Knowing that closer Trevor Rosenthal was going to be absent from the team for this weekend's series, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny probably handled the eighth inning on Thursday a tad differently than he might have...

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  11. Home Runs, Clutch Relief Help Cards Top D-Backs 5-3

    PHOENIX -- Brandon Moss hit his first home run with St. Louis and Tony Cruz hit his first of the season, leading the Cardinals to a 5-3 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Thursday night to complete a four-game sweep...

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  12. For St. Louis Cardinals, Key to Youngsters' Success Is Simple: Just Be Yourself

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  13. Rosenthal Has 2nd Straight 40-Save Season

    PHOENIX -- A year after becoming the fifth Cardinals pitcher to complete a 40-save season, Trevor Rosenthal moved into even rarer company by joining Lee Smith as the only closers in franchise history with two...

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  14. Cardinals, Jays May Get Wainwright, Stroman Back in September

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  15. Piscotty's Profile Problem (or Lack Thereof)

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  16. Cards' Defense Backs Lackey

    As sloppily as the Cardinals ' defense played behind veteran righthander John Lackey last week in a loss at San Diego was as brilliantly as it performed Wednesday night at Chase Field...

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  17. Cardinals Beat Diamondbacks 3-1 Behind Lackey

    PHOENIX -- John Lackey pitched seven strong innings and the St. Louis Cardinals beat Arizona 3-1 on Wednesday night, their seventh straight win over the Diamondbacks ......

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  18. Trying to Figure Out Matt Carpenter

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  19. Heyward Productive at Cleanup

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  20. Wong's Days off Bear Fruit with Pair of Hits

    PHOENIX -- Rejuvenated and refocused after a pair of off-days, Kolten Wong returned to the Cardinals ' starting lineup on Tuesday zeroed in on achieving proper process regardless the result...

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  21. Has St. Louis Cardinals Prospect Aledmys Diaz Finally Turned the Corner?

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  22. Greg Garcia Makes Up for Errors in Cards Rally

    Having already committed a pair of uncharacteristic throwing errors while subbing in at second base for a struggling Kolten Wong, Greg Garcia had big plans as he stepped to the plate in the seventh inning of a 2-2 game...

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  23. Burns, Gonzales Making Push for MLB Call-Ups

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  24. Lynn, Cards Escape D'backs

    PHOENIX • Lance Lynn threw four double-play balls for the Cardinals , who messed up two others with wild throws by second baseman Greg Garcia...

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  25. Diamondbacks' Missed Chances Pile Up in Loss to St. Louis Cardinals

    The Diamondbacks fell back to .500, dropping the first game of a four-game against the St. Louis Cardinals 5-3 in front of 19,892 at Chase Field on Monday...

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