1. Why Cardinals' Hot Start Doesn't Guarantee Season-Long Dominance

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  2. Can Cards Make a Big Splash in International Waters? : Sports

    PITTSBURGH • The top righthanded pitching prospect in the Cardinals ' system is from New Jersey and in many ways personifies the traits the organization scouts for in pitching talent...

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  3. Cards Take Series as Lackey Holds on

    Today I'd like to talk about the differences between object oriented and functional programming languages. You see, object oriented languages are what most everyone knows as programming...

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  4. Lackey Does It All as Cards Take Series vs. Cubs

    Behind John Lackey's bat and arm, the Cardinals beat the Chicago Cubs 5-1 on Thursday at Busch Stadium...

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  5. Carpenter the Catalyst Cardinals Success

    Matt Carpenter was just hoping day to actually meet the All-Star outfielder, maybe grab an autograph, and tell his friends all about it...

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  6. Lackey, Cardinals Take Down Cubs 5-1

    ST. LOUIS -- John Lackey drove in a run for the third time in his big league career and struck out 10 in 7 2/3 innings, helping the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Chicago Cubs 5-1 Thursday for their ninth win in 10 games...

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  7. Maddon: Umps Were Favoring Cards' Veterans

    Joe Maddon had a big problem with umpire D.J. Reyburn's strike zone on Wednesday night at Busch Stadium. ....

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  8. Bernie: Cards' Great Start Not Worry-Free

    The Cardinals are a stubborn and hardheaded bunch, refusing to lower their chins and give in to difficult circumstances.....

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  9. Gordo's Zone: Too Early for Cardinals Pitching Concerns?

    Is it too early to worry about the Cardinals ' pitching? On today's Gordo's Zone, the Post-Dispatch's Jeff Gordon & CineSport's Noah Coslov talk the good and the bad so far.....

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  10. Carpenter, Holliday Sitting vs. Cubs

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  11. Cards disappointed by loss, but determined to start new streak

    Despite taking a 6-5 loss to the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday night, a feeling that the St. Louis Cardinals would rally didn't die until Jhonny Peralta grounded into a game-ending forceout...

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  12. Magic Runs out for Cardinals

    Righthander Lance Lynn, the de facto ace of the Cardinals ' staff now that Adam Wainwright has been lost for the season after Achilles tendon surgery, has won just one of his first six starts this season...

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  13. Peralta Crushes a Solo Home Run

    5/6/15: Jhonny Peralta crushes a solo home run to deep left-center field in the bottom of the 4th inning.....

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  14. Cardinals Reliever Jordan Walden out 6-10 Weeks with Shoulder Injury

    Right-hander Jordan Walden was initially placed on the disabled list earlier this week with biceps inflammation, but now the Cardinals have announced that he'll miss 6-10 weeks with a strained/torn shoulder muscle...

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  15. Cards' Walden to Miss 6-10 Weeks

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  16. Jordan Walden to Seek Second Opinion on Right Arm Injury

    In an organization loaded with pitching talent, weathering injuries is somewhat easier than it is for most big league clubs.....

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  17. Gonzales, Garcia Set for Rehab Starts This Weekend : Sports

    Two of the lefthanded pitchers the Cardinals intend to employ at some point this season as starters can make significant strides to that promotion this weekend.....

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  18. Reynolds Does Double Duty for Cards : Sports

    Even before the Cardinals took the field Tuesday night, Mark Reynolds was making his contribution to their victory...

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  19. St. Louis Cardinals Win Eighth-Straight Behind Strong Bullpen

    For the second-straight night, the St. Louis Cardinals came from behind to defeat the division-rival Chicago Cubs in front of a packed house at Busch Stadium, this time winning by a 7-4 final to make it eight-straight victories...

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  20. Cardinals Rally Past Cubs Again, Win 7-4

    Pinch-hitter Mark Reynolds doubled off the wall in center field to snap a tie in the sixth inning and the St. Louis Cardinals rallied from three runs down to beat the Chicago Cubs 7-4 on Tuesday night, their eighth straight victory...

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  21. Carpenter's Three-Run Homer

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  22. Rehabbing Starters Garcia, Gonzales Progressing

    ST. LOUIS -- While the Cardinals continued with their rolling auditions for a new fifth starter on Tuesday, a pair of lefties who could fit into that mix soon are making progress in their respective rehab programs...

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  23. St. Louis Cardinals Announce Hall of Fame Class of 2015

    In televised special on FOX Sports Midwest last night, the St. Louis Cardinals announced the Hall of Fame Induction Class of 2015.....

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  24. Mulder Says Cards' Low ERA Is 'Crazy'

    Former Cardinals lefthander Mark Mulder, making his first visit to the Cardinals' clubhouse at Busch Stadium in several years.....

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  25. Cardinals Recall Tyler Lyons, Option Sam Tuivailala

    The Cardinals recalled pitcher Tyler Lyons from Triple-A Memphis Tuesday and optioned pitcher Sam Tuivailala to the same team...

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