1. Does St. Louis Have the Biggest Homers in MVP Voting?

    Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina in third place in National League MVP voting, ever so slightly behind Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt in second place...

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  2. Goold: Why I Voted for Molina as NL MVP

    When starting the centrifugal process of distilling all of the statistics, research, and reporting into one ballot for the National League Most Valuable Player award, I had one name foremost on my mind...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 5 months ago 273 reads 0 comments

  3. Molina, Carpenter Finish 3-4 in MVP Vote : Sports

    The Baseball Writers' Association of America postseason awards, announced nightly this week on the MLB Network, concluded Thursday with neither the Cardinals nor the Boston Red Sox ...

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  4. St. Louis Cardinals Free Agent Rumors: Pros and Cons of Top Offseason Targets

    The Hot Stove League is in full swing and the rumors are swirling at a rapid pace. At this rate, the Cardinals will have about 10 shortstops to fill their void before the week is out...

    Jeff Sucher Written by Jeff Sucher about 5 months ago 7,759 reads 13 comments

  5. Breaking Down All the Players Cardinals Are Rumored to Be Most Interested in

    The St. Louis Cardinals ' offseason shopping list appears to be a fairly short and direct one. The team is poised to make a change at shortstop and find a replacement for current starter Pete Kozma...

    Bill Ivie Jr Written by Bill Ivie Jr about 5 months ago 12,586 reads 106 comments

  6. St. Louis Cardinals: Big Moves the Team Could Actually Pull off in the Offseason

    Like all teams, the St. Louis Cardinals and their general manager, John Mozeliak, have a "to-do" list in the 2013-2014 offseason...

    Kelsey Shea Weinrich Written by Kelsey Shea Weinrich about 5 months ago 7,328 reads 22 comments

  7. Wainwright a Distant Second for NL Cy Young

    Adam Wainwright was a runner-up again tonight. The Cardinals ' righthander, who tied for the National League lead in victories at 19, finished second in the league's Cy Young Award ...

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  8. Are Cardinals Making Right Decision Leaving Trevor Rosenthal in Closer Role?

    The Cardinals made it known that Trevor Rosenthal will remain their closer in 2014. After taking over for the fatigued and broken down Edward Mujica, Rosenthal, 23, was phenomenal in the second half of the 2013 season and the postseason...

    Tyler Poslosky Written by Tyler Poslosky about 5 months ago 2,365 reads 5 comments

  9. Shelby Miller on Lack of Playoff Action: “You Can't Be Mad About It Now”

    Right after the World Series ended Shelby Miller talked publicly about being confused by the Cardinals not using him throughout the playoffs, but yesterday he took a slightly different tact in discussing the issue...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 5 months ago 92 reads 0 comments

  10. Cards Saw Their Shortstop Search Coming a Yr Ago

    In one of the hotel suites nestled off the labyrinthine hallways of the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tenn., Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak settled into a chair last December and had no trouble seeing straight to the future...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 5 months ago 97 reads 0 comments

  11. Troy Tulowitzki Trade Rumors: Assembling Perfect Cardinals Trade Package

    Apparently the St. Louis Cardinals aren ’t messing around when it comes to finding a shortstop for the 2014 MLB season...

    Mike Rosenbaum Written by Mike Rosenbaum about 5 months ago 21,280 reads 67 comments

  12. Beltran Declines Qualifying Offer, Becomes FA

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  13. A Comparison of the Second Base Silver Sluggers

    The St. Louis Cardinals moved infielder Matt Carpenter from third base to second base for the 2013 season in order to get the eagle-eyed hitter's bat into the lineup. The position change worked out brilliantly for the Redbirds...

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  14. Cards Saw Their Shortstop Search Coming

    In one of the hotel suites nestled off the labyrinthine hallways of the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tenn., Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak settled into a chair last December and had no trouble seeing straight to the future...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 5 months ago 154 reads 0 comments

  15. St. Louis Cardinals: 3 Dream Free Agent Pick-Ups in the 2013-14 Offseason

    It's time for the offseason shuffle! The St. Louis Cardinals will be among the 30 MLB clubs shaping up their lineups heading into 2014, and the free agent market is the biggest tool at their disposal...

    Kelsey Shea Weinrich Written by Kelsey Shea Weinrich about 5 months ago 8,074 reads 9 comments

  16. Matheny: Miller Is 'Top-of-Rotation-Style' Pitcher

    With one out remaining in their season, the Cardinals had rookie Shelby Miller warming up in the bullpen — throwing his first pitches of the World Series for no apparent reason...

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  17. St. Louis Cardinals' Center Field Future Could Be Oscar Taveras

    Oscar Taveras has become a household name for St. Louis fans and he has yet to play a game in Major League Baseball. He is baseball's top prospect. He is considered the future of the St...

    Bill Ivie Jr Written by Bill Ivie Jr about 5 months ago 6,314 reads 23 comments

  18. Drew Makes the Most Sense for Cards

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  19. Should Cardinals Keep Rosenthal at Closer?

    The Cardinals are a smart organization. They know a good starting pitcher is more valuable than a great closer and that closers are easier to find than starting pitchers...

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  20. Projecting Carlos Martinez's Ceiling as an MLB Starting Pitcher

    With the enormous success of St. Louis Cardinals ' rookies Michael Wacha, Shelby Miller and Trevor Rosenthal this past season, it's somewhat understandable that Carlos Martinez gets lost in the mix...

    Mike Rosenbaum Written by Mike Rosenbaum about 5 months ago 7,238 reads 18 comments

  21. 5 Lessons the St. Louis Cardinals Can Take from the 2013 Season

    The St. Louis Cardinals fell just two games short of winning the franchise's 12th world championship in 2013. They compiled the National League's best record during the regular season...

    Bill Ivie Jr Written by Bill Ivie Jr about 5 months ago 2,550 reads 9 comments

  22. The Definitive Blueprint for a Successful St. Louis Cardinals Offseason

    Now that the Cardinals have had about a week to recover from their Game 6 World Series loss, they have firmly turned their attention to the 2014 squad...

    Jeff Sucher Written by Jeff Sucher about 5 months ago 2,529 reads 9 comments

  23. Molina, Wainwright, Miller Are Finalists for BBWAA Awards

    The Cardinals , who had the best record in the National League this season and tied with World Series champion Boston for the best in the majors at 97-65, will have a chance to earn several individual awards, too...

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  24. Cost-Effective Moves the Cardinals Can Make This Offseason

    St. Louis’ World Series loss to Boston was disheartening and frustrating. Despite falling short of their 12th title in franchise history, the Cardinals ' historic accomplishments shouldn ’t go unnoticed...

    Tyler Poslosky Written by Tyler Poslosky about 5 months ago 6,693 reads 36 comments

  25. Cards Outright Johnson, Peterson, Chambers

    The Cardinals announced that they have outrighted catcher Rob Johnson, outfielder Brock Peterson and outfielder Adron Chambers off their 40-man roster. Each has elected free agency, per the MLB ...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 5 months ago 57 reads 0 comments