1. Lance Lynn Had Forearm Tightness in Sunday's Start

    Cardinals right-hander Lance Lynn threw fewer than 100 pitches Sunday for the first time since April 15, exiting his start against the Dodgers after five innings in part due to forearm tightness...

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  2. Cards Rally for Three in Eighth to Beat LA

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  3. Cards Get Skunked by Kershaw

    Lefthander Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers , the reigning Cy Young Award winner and Most Valuable Player, was every bit of that and more Saturday night at Dodger Stadium...

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  4. St. Louis Cardinals on Twitter

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  5. Carlos Martinez, St. Louis Cardinals Outduel Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1

    Carlos Martinez outpitched Brett Anderson again during their second low-scoring duel in six days, and the St. Louis Cardinals scratched across a pair of runs in the eighth inning to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 on Friday night...

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  6. Molina Deflects Credit for Cards' Success on Mound

    The Cardinals ' staff earned run average was 2.62 entering Friday night's game with the Los Angeles Dodgers ...

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  7. Cardinals Beat Dodgers 2-1 with 2 Runs in 8th

    Carlos Martinez outpitched Brett Anderson again during their second low-scoring duel in six days, and the St. Louis Cardinals scratched across a pair of runs in the eighth inning to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 on Friday night...

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  8. How 2-Time World Series Champion John Lackey Is Pitching for $507,500

    LOS ANGELES — John Lackey did not fight it one bit. His medicals dictated negotiations go down that way. He understood. And for the money he was being assured, it was not much of a sticking point...

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  9. Wacha, Cardinals Beat Dodgers 7-1

    Michael Wacha pitched seven effective innings, Jason Heyward and Kolten Wong drove in two runs each, and the St...

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  10. Wacha Has Been Cardinals' MVP Thus Far

    ST. LOUIS -- While most 23-year-olds are finding a job, or finding their way in life, Michael Wacha is finding out what it takes to compete in the major leagues. The game of baseball brings many pressures, and the St...

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  11. Bernie: Great Job by Rotation, but Can It Continue?

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  12. Wong Leads Cards' Immediate Breakthrough

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  13. Bernie: Cards Have Good Formula for Scoring

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  14. Lackey, Cardinals defeat Milwaukee 7-4 to win series

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  15. Cards Topple Brewers, Boost Stellar Home Record

    Perhaps it is a little early to talk about setting records. But it never is too early to talk about pace, as in the Cardinals are on target to win 60 games at home, for instance....

    Ryan Ocenada Written by Ryan Ocenada about 29 days ago 20 reads 0 comments

  16. Bernie: Best Outfield? Holliday, Grichuk, Heyward

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 29 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  17. Cardinals Return Favor, Beat Brewers 1-0

    ST. LOUIS -- Lance Lynn allowed five hits while pitching into the eighth inning and Mark Reynolds had an RBI single in the second for the St. Louis Cardinals , who beat the Milwaukee Brewers 1-0 on Tuesday night...

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  18. Matt Holliday Historical on-Base Streak Ends on Ejection

    Matt Holliday had reached base in 45 straight games to open the 2015 season — both a National League and Cardinals franchise record...

    Mike  Denevi Written by Mike Denevi about 1 month ago 468 reads 0 comments

  19. Holliday's On-Base Streak Ends After Ejection

    Matt Holliday tossed from game. His on-base streak will end at 45 consecutive games -- not only with an out but with a Joe West heave-ho...

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  20. Matt Holliday Is Working out at First Base Today

    Matt Holliday has played 1,635 games in his career. 1,593 of them have come in the outfield, 22 of them at DH and the rest in various pinch-hitting or pinch-running capacities. Never has he played an inning at first base...

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  21. Here's Why Jason Heyward Is One of Baseball's Most Polarizing Players

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  22. Scouting Director Correa Impressing GM, Staff Alike

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  23. Cards Were Smart to Keep Martinez

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  24. Cards' Outfielders Will Have to Be Flexible

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  25. Cards Blanked vs. Brewers 1-0

    ST. LOUIS (AP) Mike Fiers and four relievers combined on an eight-hitter and Carlos Gomez had a first-inning RBI single in the Milwaukee Brewers ' 1-0 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night...

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