1. Matheny Eager to See Where Heyward's 'Superstar Ability' Fits

    ST. LOUIS • It's too early, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said a day after the trade that rewrote his lineup, to start thinking about where and how much newcomer Jason Heyward ...

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  2. Cardinals Release Outfielder Shane Robinson

    From Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish comes word that the Cardinals have cut ties with outfielder Shane Robinson, a fifth-round pick from the 2006 draft who has appeared in a total of 268 major league games...

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  3. Miller's Departure Opens Rotation Competition

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  4. Stats to Know: Heyward/Miller Trade

    The St. Louis Cardinals and Atlanta Braves made the first blockbuster trade of the offseason, with the Braves sending outfielder Jason Heyward and reliever Jordan Walden to St. Louis for pitcher Shelby Miller and a minor league prospect...

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  5. Five Reasons Why Jordan Walden Was an Excellent Get

    One of the secondary pieces to the puzzle for the St. Louis Cardinals in obtaining Jason Heyward was also the acquisition of Jordan Walden. There was much talk about the Cardinals needing a reliever...

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  6. GM on Heyward Trade: 'It's an Exciting Day for Us'

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  7. Cardinals Hire Bill Mueller as Assistant Hitting Coach

    Tacking on to an already busy day of acquiring Jason Heyward in a blockbuster trade, the Cardinals have hired Bill Mueller as their new assistant hitting coach...

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  8. The Fascinating Jason Heyward/Shelby Miller Swap | FanGraphs Baseball

    Maybe we should have seen this coming. It was pretty clear that the Braves were going to trade an outfielder this winter.....

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  9. St. Louis Cardinals Felt Comfortable Letting Go of Allen Craig

    Allen Craig showed up to the Boston Red Sox with a .career .291 average, but also brought with him a bag of bats that couldn't seem to work and a look of confusion on his face.....

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  10. Should Matt Carpenter Bat Leadoff for the St. Louis Cardinals?

    For the majority of the past two seasons, Matt Carpenter has batted leadoff for the St. Louis Cardinals . However, Carpenter might not be batting first come 2015. Derrick Goold of the St...

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  11. St. Louis Cardinals Ready to Spend Wisely on 2015 Roster Upgrade

    After the St. Louis Cardinals ' season ended with the final out of the NLCS, the club looked largely set for the 2015 season. The starting rotation was overflowing...

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  12. Chicago Cubs President Theo Epstein Calls St. Louis Cardinals the Standard

    Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein has referred to the St. Louis Cardinals both a powerhouse and a standard.....

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  13. Cards Might Move Carpenter from Leadoff

    PHOENIX • While third baseman Matt Carpenter has twice moved positions before to help the Cardinals upgrade their offense, if they shift him again for this coming season it's not likely to be in the field...

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  14. Bernie: Taveras and the Avoidable Tragedy

    There are tragedies that leave you feeling shocked and empty inside, and the sadness is 100 percent pure, with no conflicting emotions swirling in your mind and heart...

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  15. Bargain Free Agents St. Louis Cardinals Should Keep on Their Radar

    Over the last month the St. Louis Cardinals ’ offseason agenda went from lacking substantial need to becoming shoppers for bargain free agents. Big-game spending is out of the question...

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  16. Mozeliak Issues Statement on Report That Oscar Taveras Was Drunk

    Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak has issued a statement on the recent report out of the Dominican Republic that outfield prospect Oscar Taveras was heavily-intoxicated during ...

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  17. Is Andrew Miller Really What the St. Louis Cardinals Want?

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  18. Cards Have Room to Spend If Necessary

    PHOENIX • While the Cardinals prefer to sell prospective players on their past, their present run of success, their fan base, and an organizational attention to detail from the ...

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  19. Waino Earns 4th Top-Three Cy Young Award Finish

    ST. LOUIS -- For the fourth time in his career, Adam Wainwright can boast of being a top-three finisher for the National League Cy Young Award. He continues, however, to await his first win...

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  20. Jacob Wilson: Allen Craig 2.0?

    There's a player in the Cardinals ' system who looks remarkably like one of the farm's more recent success stories...

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  21. Cards Sign 3 to Minor League Contracts, Add Anna to 40-Man Roster

    The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon that they have signed three players to minor league contracts and added infielder Dean Annato the 40-man roster.....

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  22. Strauss: Cardinals Are on Shaky Ground

    SURPRISE, Ariz. • What has made the Cardinals such a formidable organization is an ability to implement and carry out three- and five-year blueprints while simultaneously addressing The Now...

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  23. Cardinals Sign Dean Anna to Major League Deal

    The Cardinals have signed 27-year-old infielder Dean Anna to a Major League contract, reports Chad Jennings of LoHud.com (via Twitter)...

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  24. Wong Misses Out on ROY

    The last time a St. Louis Cardinal was awarded National League Rookie of the Year, a future franchise face by the name of Albert Pujols bloomed onto the scene in 2001...

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  25. Cardinals Looking at Prospects in Fall League

    SURPRISE, Ariz. • While there have been times in the past that a breakout performance in the Arizona Fall League has forced the Cardinals to make a move to protect a player from ...

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