1. Cards Draft Loyola Marymount Righty Megill in Round 3

    The Cardinals began Day 2 of the First-Year Player Draft on Friday with the same trend that carried them through their first four picks during Day 1, adding yet another right-handed pitcher...

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  2. 3 Players St. Louis Cardinals Should Consider Dealing at the Deadline

    The St. Louis Cardinals are struggling. Cardinal Nation is stirring over their beloved team’s mediocre performance through the season’s first 61 games...

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  3. An in-Depth Look at Allen Craig and His Performance Against Inside Fastballs

    Allen Craig has had a much improved slash line (.296/.367/.439) over the last month. However, his performance against fastballs could use some improvement as well.....

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  4. Cardinals' Day 1 Draft Picks

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  5. Wong Leaves Game Because of Shoulder Pain

    KANSAS CITY • Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong, who injured his left shoulder when trying to make a diving play a couple of days ago, had to ask out of Thursday's game after ...

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  6. Cards Select Four Pitchers on First Day of Draft

    With their first pick Thursday in this year's MLB draft, the Cardinals selected a polished college pitcher from a major program who has a wily changeup, then used their next pick, ...

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  7. Wacha, Cards, Fall to Royals; Wong Injured

    That momentum the Cardinals thought they might have engendered from their extra-inning victory the night before was blunted Thursday night in a 3-2 loss to the Kansas City Royals ...

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  8. Jack Flaherty: Prospect Profile for St. Louis Cardinals' No. 34 Overall Pick

    Player: Jack Flaherty Drafted by: St. Louis Cardinals Position: SS/RHP DOB: 10/15/1995 (Age: 18) Height/Weight: 6'3", 190 pounds ...

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  9. Wong Leaves Game with Shoulder Soreness

    INJURY REPORT: Cardinals 2B Kolten Wong (1st Rd., 2011) was removed from the game with left shoulder soreness...

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  10. Luke Weaver: Prospect Profile for St. Louis Cardinals' 1st-Round Pick

    Player: Luke Weaver Drafted by: St. Louis Cardinals Position: RHP DOB: 08/21/1993 (Age: 20) Height/Weight: 6’2”, 170 pounds Bats/Throws: R/R ...

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  11. Matt Carpenter Becomes 1st Cardinal Since 2009 with 5 Hits in a Game

    With his 11th-inning go-ahead double in Wednesday night's game against the Kansas City Royals , Matt Carpenter became the first St...

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  12. Cardinals Have Spoiled Their Fans

    What's wrong with the Cardinals ? The question has frustrated the players, confounded GM John Mozeliak and left manager Mike Matheny scrambling to freshen his supply of useful clichés...

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  13. Matheny Tries to Get Bourjos on Track

    KANSAS CITY • Peter Bourjos, who homered in a reserve role on Tuesday, was in the Cardinals ' lineup in center field Wednesday night against Kansas City lefthander Jason Vargas...

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  14. Draft Preview: Cardinals' Slot Money Strategy

    When the new Collective Bargaining Agreement went into effect prior to the 2012 MLB Draft, the league sought to dampen signing bonuses and transfer more money back to the owners...

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  15. Cards' Draft More About 'Want' More Than 'Need'

    When the Cardinals selected college lefty Marco Gonzales with their first draft pick last season and then prep standouts Rob Kaminsky, a lefty, and shortstop Oscar Mercado with their ...

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  16. Why Adam Wainwright Is Finally Poised for Cy Young Breakthrough in 2014

    It'll be nothing new if Adam Wainwright comes close to winning the National League Cy Young this year. He's been there and done that, finishing third in the voting in 2009 and second in 2010 and 2013...

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  17. Wong Hits a Home Run to Remember

    With reporters looking for answers about the Cardinals ' stagnant offense, Kolten Wong stood at his locker before Tuesday's game, one of the few starting position players available to question...

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  18. Frustration Mounts as Cards Unravel

    The Cardinals have outfitted several games this summer with themes to entice ticket sales, from Mizzou Night for alumni to Star Wars Night for wannabe Wookiees, and so it was on Superhero ...

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  19. Draft Board Shaping Up with Four Day 1 Picks

    ST. LOUIS -- With the 2014 First-Year Player Draft less than 48 hours away, the Cardinals have settled into their war room, spending up to 10 hours a day determining who might become the future of the organization...

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  20. Wong Settles Neatly into Cards' Nucleus

    Face it, folks, Kolten Wong is the Cardinals second baseman. He should continue in that role for a long, long time. Many fans have resisted this notion. Wong's messy major league debut last season soured them on his potential...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 1 month ago 69 reads 0 comments

  21. Strauss: Sinking Cards 'Still Fighting for an Identity'

    A clubhouse reveals itself in numerous ways, some obvious to the outside world, some more subtle. Winning teams, as a rule, are applauded for their mix or “chemistry.” Poor or underachieving clubs typically endure more scrutiny...

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  22. Molina Reaches 10-Year Milestone

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  23. Cardinals Break out on Offense but Still Lose

    Yadier Molina slammed his helmet to the dirt what looked like a bases-loaded single turned into an inning ending double play in the first inning. He slammed it hard...

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  24. Miller: Loss to Royals Is 'On Me, for Sure'

    For a game that often moves at a comparatively slow pace, things can happen extraordinarily fast in baseball. They did to the Cardinals and starting pitcher Shelby Miller on Monday...

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  25. St. Louis Cardinals: Jump Them with Your Best

    The St. Louis Cardinals are on pace to win 85 games in 2014 and would likely miss the playoffs with that win total. The main problem is that their most productive hitters are having down seasons...

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