1. Cards Win a Weird One

    There was Michael Wacha headed toward the backstretch of a shutout when he was knocked out of the game by a hitter on his own team...

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  2. Cards Go 12 Innings, Beat Diamondbacks 3-2

    The Cardinals ended a roller-coaster battle with an unearned run in the 12th inning, beating the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-2 Wednesday at Busch Stadium. .....

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  3. Cardinals beat Diamondbacks 3-2 in 12 innings

    ST. LOUIS -- Arizona shortstop Chris Owings threw wildly to the plate on a bases-loaded grounder in the 12th inning, allowing Matt Holliday to score the winning run in the St...

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 2 months ago 827 reads 0 comments

  4. Michael Wacha Injury: Updates on Cardinals Pitcher's Elbow and Return

    Updates from Thursday, May 22 Jenifer Langosch of MLB .com provides an update on Michael Wacha 's status: Original Text: Even the dugout isn't a safe haven for Michael Wacha...

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  5. Wacha Exits with Right Elbow Contusion

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  6. Wacha Exits Game After Apparent Injury

    Wacha, who was hit on pitching arm by Matt Adams' foul ball line drive in the bottom of the 6th, not coming back out. Neshek in...

    Mike  Denevi Written by Mike Denevi about 2 months ago 11 reads 0 comments

  7. Pat Neshek Has Been a Bulldog out of the Bullpen for the St. Louis Cardinals

    What does a non-guaranteed $1 million contract get these days? Well, it nets a pretty damn good reliever, for the Cardinals at least.....

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 72 reads 0 comments

  8. Strauss: Motte's Return Lightens the Load

    There are nights when a bad ending literally leaves Mike Matheny feeling pressure within his chest. He has briefly walled himself in the visiting manager's office during a maddeningly inconsistent team's relentless early schedule...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 133 reads 0 comments

  9. Hitters Must Adapt to Competitive Shift

    In some ways baseball never changes. The sport will always boil down to pitching, catching, hitting and fielding.....

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 2 reads 0 comments

  10. Peralta Adds Pop to Cards' Lineup

    Through much of a .196 March and April, Jhonny Peralta kept telling himself to relax. He had six home runs and five doubles in his first month as a Cardinal but just eight hits otherwise...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 183 reads 0 comments

  11. Rosenthal, Carpenter, Craig Lack '13 Magic

    fans have been feeling a little jittery when closer Trevor Rosenthal enters games -- and with good reason. He hasn't been the same dominant ninth-inning reliever we saw in October, when he faced 40 batters, retired 33 of them and struck out 18...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 108 reads 1 comments

  12. What Tony La Russa's New Job Means for the St. Louis Cardinals?

    As soon as I heard that Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa was being named as the Chief Baseball Officer of the Arizona Diamondbacks , I immediately grew concerned about what it would mean for the future of the St...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 273 reads 0 comments

  13. Mozeliak Not Apt to Deal -- Yet : Sports

    The Cardinals have 37-year-old lefthander Pedro Feliciano, formerly with the New York Mets , on tap to join the organization on a minor-league deal after he worked out at the team's facility in Jupiter, Fla...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 287 reads 0 comments

  14. Cardinals vs. Arizona Preview

    Scouting report: Arizona 's Bronson Arroyo, the longtime Cincinnati pitcher who will work tonight, has made more starts (36) than any other active pitcher against the Cardinals ...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 2 reads 0 comments

  15. St. Louis Cardinals Mailbag

    The St. Louis Cardinals are the defending National League champions. They have a stocked farm system that makes many jealous of their future success. They have young talent at almost every position and veteran leadership at the others...

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  16. Quick Hits: Mets, Feliciano, Drew, Rays

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  17. How Does Matheny's Usage of Rosenthal This Year Compare to 2013?

    With the St. Louis Cardinals leading the Atlanta Braves in the late innings of Sunday's series finale, manager Mike Matheny turned to closer Trevor Rosenthal with a one-run lead in the ninth inning in the hopes of securing a sweep...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 5 reads 0 comments

  18. Motte Ready for Action, Moved to Tuesday

    Reliever Jason Motte, who has spent the past 14 months recovering from a right elbow injury, was ready to rejoin the Cardinals ' bullpen on Sunday afternoon.....

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  19. Garcia Shines, but Ninth Goes Dark for Cards

    The sun shone on the Cardinals and once shone brightly for the Cardinals on Sunday afternoon. It only went dark with a storm they created...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 3 months ago 107 reads 0 comments

  20. Playing Time for Taveras Could Be on Horizon

    There is a date on the horizon when the Cardinals could promote either top prospect Oscar Taveras or recall surging talent Randal Grichuk from Class AAA Memphis and have the necessary at-bats ready and waiting for a new player that they don't now...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 3 months ago 500 reads 0 comments

  21. Weary Bullpen Turns in Ugly Ninth as Cards Fall to Braves 6-5

    Two steps forward, one step back. That's the way it felt Sunday afternoon when the Cardinals came within one pitch of their first five-game winning streak and their first sweep of the season, only to lose 6-5 to the Atlanta Braves ...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 3 months ago 58 reads 1 comments

  22. Rosenthal Can't Close Door, Cards Lose 6-5

    Trevor Rosenthal had three chances at getting the final out and getting his fourth straight save, in as many games but he couldn't do it as the Braves scored twice in the top of the ninth with two out and went on to beat the Cardinals 6-5 on Sunday...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 3 months ago 60 reads 0 comments

  23. Craig, Lynn lead Cardinals past Braves | Wichita Eagle

    Allen Craig is starting to feel comfortable and the St. Louis Cardinals are hoping that continues for a long time...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 3 months ago 81 reads 1 comments

  24. Bourjos, Matheny Ejected

    St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Peter Bourjos and manager Mike Matheny were ejected at the end of the fourth inning of Friday night's game with the Atlanta Braves ...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 3 months ago 210 reads 0 comments

  25. David Aardsma Declines to Exercise Opt-out Clause with Cardinals

    The Cardinals signed reliever David Aardsma to a minor league contract near the end of March. Aardsma, who had spent spring training with the Indians , was given an opt-out date of May 15 in the deal...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 3 months ago 187 reads 0 comments