1. 5 Reasons to Be Optimistic for St. Louis Cardinals' 2014 Season

    The St. Louis Cardinals enter the 2014 season as the defending National League champions. There are a lot of reasons to feel that they would repeat. Manager Mike Matheny has a strong cast on the field in front of him...

    Bill Ivie Jr Written by Bill Ivie Jr about 22 days ago 1,758 reads 3 comments

  2. What to Expect from Michael Wacha's Much-Hyped Sophomore Season

    He’s back. On Wednesday night, Michael Wacha made his highly anticipated season debut against the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park, and the 22-year-old did not disappoint...

    Mike Rosenbaum Written by Mike Rosenbaum about 22 days ago 4,710 reads 3 comments

  3. Adam Wainwright Has Edge in 2014 Cy Young Award Race

    Impossible as it may seem but St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright now has the edge in the National League race for the 2014 Cy Young Award.....

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  4. Cards Need Something Old, Something New

    CINCINNATI • It could be after a game he's won or a workout he's conquered or just when they're passing each other in the clubhouse and Michael Wacha is within earshot of Adam Wainwright...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 23 days ago 33 reads 0 comments

  5. Carpenter Can Feel Target on His Back

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  6. Breaking Down St. Louis Cardinals' Top 10 Prospects to Start 2014 Season

    The St. Louis Cardinals were tabbed by Baseball America in 2013 as the top minor league system in Major League Baseball. That marked a massive turnaround for an organization that had been consistently ranked near the bottom over the past 15 years..

    Kerry Walls Written by Kerry Walls about 23 days ago 4,458 reads 10 comments

  7. Molina's HR Leads Cardinals over Reds 1-0

    Yadier Molina's homer broke a seventh-inning tie and drew another round of loud boos while he rounded the bases on Monday, leading the St. Louis Cardinals to a 1-0 victory over the Cincinnati Reds ...

    Noah Jampol Written by Noah Jampol about 24 days ago 2,344 reads 0 comments

  8. Cardinals: Young Players, Old Expectations

    CINCINNATI • Back in November, after his club's third consecutive trip to the National League championship series and fourth pennant in a decade, Cardinals Chairman Bill DeWitt Jr...

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  9. Cardinals Rich with Young Arms

    JUPITER, Fla. • When Shelby Miller, pride of Brownwood High and next-generation Texas gunslinger, settled into a chair surrounded by friends to watch the 2009 amateur draft, ...

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  10. Cards Still Have Long-Relief Vacancy

    CINCINNATI, Ohio — The Cardinals ' selection of righthander Keith Butler for the final spot in the bullpen on opening day leaves them without something they had in April and desired even in October — a long reliever...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 25 days ago 99 reads 0 comments

  11. Adam Wainwright Aims for Career Milestones on Opening Day

    Adam Wainwright has become one of the most respected and prominent pitchers in Major League Baseball. He is the leader of the St. Louis Cardinals on the field and in the clubhouse...

    Bill Ivie Jr Written by Bill Ivie Jr about 25 days ago 769 reads 1 comments

  12. Cardinals' Opening Day Lineup vs. Reds

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 25 days ago 20 reads 0 comments

  13. Ellis Will Start Season on Cards DL

    CINCINNATI • Cardinals second baseman Mark Ellis will open the year on the disabled list after aggravating his sore right knee during an outing at third base in sloppy conditions last week in Florida ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Scott Semmler about 25 days ago 721 reads 0 comments

  14. St. Louis Cardinals System Stacked from Top to Bottom

    Three days before the start of the regular season, Stephen Piscotty was reassigned to the Cardinals ’ minor league camp. The fact Piscotty lasted that long was testament to the impression he left on manager Mike Matheny ...

    Kerry Walls Written by Kerry Walls about 26 days ago 3,726 reads 4 comments

  15. Keeping Competition Healthy Is a Key for the St. Louis Cardinals

    The St. Louis Cardinals have always reveled in the underdog role. They were the underdog against the Texas Rangers in the 2011 World Series. They were the underdog against the Los Angeles Dodgers in last year's playoffs...

    Corey Noles Written by Corey Noles about 27 days ago 1,581 reads 0 comments

  16. Cardinals Close Deal to Buy AAA Memphis Team

    The St. Louis Cardinals now own their top minor-league team. The Cardinals on Friday closed on the purchase of the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds from Fundamental Advisors LP, the sole bondholder of the Memphis Redbirds Baseball Foundation...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 27 days ago 88 reads 0 comments

  17. The St. Louis Cardinals Need Another Reliever, but Who?

    The St. Louis Cardinals need a placeholder in their major-league bullpen until righthander Jason Motte comes all the way back from the season-ending Tommy John surgery he underwent last May...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 28 days ago 13 reads 0 comments

  18. Breaking Down the Cardinals by Position

    It would be foolish to set limits on some of the Cardinals ' young guns here. One reason is that they are short on experience. The other is that they are long on talent...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 28 days ago 17 reads 0 comments

  19. Piscotty Is This Year's Wacha

    JUPITER, Fla. • Michael Wacha was the surprise of last year's Cardinals spring training camp, yet was sent to Class AAA Memphis at the start of the season because the organization deemed he needed more experience...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 28 days ago 203 reads 0 comments

  20. Answers to Cards' Spring Questions

    JUPITER, Fla. • A clubhouse fixture and favorite with teammates from the first day of spring through the last, one late addition to the Cardinals spent spring earning a place with the ballclub and got word recently of a role in the regular season...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 28 days ago 85 reads 0 comments

  21. Wacha Pitches 5 Strong Innings for Cardinals

    Michael Wacha looked sharp in his final spring start Thursday, giving up a run in five innings of the St. Louis Cardinals ' 6-4 loss to the Miami Marlins ...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 28 days ago 47 reads 0 comments

  22. Wainwright Sharp, but Martinez Needs Fine Tuning

    JUPITER, Fla. • Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright tuned up for Monday's season opener with five scoreless innings Wednesday against the Washington Nationals ...

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  23. Cards Could Take 33 Players to Memphis

    JUPITER, Fla. • The Cardinals will be taking as many as 33 players to Memphis for their exhibition game Friday night. "It's like a horror movie," cracked utilityman Scott Moore, one of those on the bubble...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 29 days ago 124 reads 0 comments

  24. Cardinals Are Fighting the Hype

    As I scanned the 2014 season previews, the praise for the Cardinals screamed at me. It was similar to the kind of rave-review shoutouts you see in the promotions for upcoming movies...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 29 days ago 87 reads 0 comments

  25. St. Louis Cardinals' Ballpark Village Creating a Stir with Dress Code

    The St. Louis Cardinals are excited to open their newest attraction, Ballpark Village, to the public in the very near future...

    Bill Ivie Jr Written by Bill Ivie Jr about 29 days ago 3,461 reads 39 comments