1. Cardinals Avoid Arbitration Hearings with Jon Jay, Peter Bourjos

    Cardinals avoid arbitration hearings with Jon Jay and Peter Bourjos. Jay will receive $3.25 million in 2014. Bourjos is set to receive $1.2 million in 2014 with $150,000 in incentives...

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  2. Bernie Bytes: Cards' Concerns for 2014

    By all accounts it's been a positive offseason for the Cardinals . GM John Mozeliak addressed the team's major needs in swift order, adding center fielder Peter Bourjos, shortstop Jhonny Peralta and second baseman Mark Ellis...

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  3. Report: Bourjos Signs $1.2M Deal to Avoid Arbitration

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  4. Secret Sauce: Evaluating Talent the Cardinal Way

    Yesterday I took at look at first round draft picks of the Cardinals since 2007, and how their pick distribution of college and high school players compared to the league as a whole...

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  5. Players Avoiding Arbitration: Friday: MLB Rumors

    We'll keep track of today's smaller deals to avoid arbitration in this post. Click here for background on the upcoming arbitration schedule and how MLBTR is covering it...

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  6. Official: Tim McCarver Joining Fox Sports Midwest Cardinals Broadcast Team

    It's official! Former St. Louis Cardinals catcher Tim McCarver is set to join the Fox Sports Midwest broadcast team...

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  7. Report: Cards, Jay Agree to $3.25M Deal

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  8. Jay, Descalso, Bourjos File for Arbitration

    Cardinals outfielders Jon Jay and Peter Bourjos and infielder Daniel Descalso were among the 146 major-league players who filed for salary arbitration Tuesday.....

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  9. BWB: Coaches Key to Cardinals Success

    On this episode of Breakfast With Bernie, the Post-Dispatch's Bernie Miklasz talks about how the Cardinals coaching staff has made the transition from Tony La Russa to Mike Matheny easy...

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  10. Rating Mozeliak's 10 Biggest Gambles

    In our town, fans and media alike tend to view the Cardinals with the certainty of municipal bonds or a certificate of deposit. There's relatively low risk and high probability of return...

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  11. Image: Stan Musial Statue Dedication Ceremony in 1968

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  12. The Numbers Behind Shelby Miller's Four-Seam Fastball

    Shelby Miller had a terrific rookie season for the St. Louis Cardinals —finishing third in NL Rookie of the Year voting. He used one pitch more than any other starter in the majors—his four-seam fastball...

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  13. 4 Things the Cardinals Still Need to Do Before the Start of Spring Training

    The St. Louis Cardinals have a lot to look forward to in 2014. The arrival of Oscar Taveras , a full season from Kolten Wong and a possible rotation slot for Carlos Martinez are all highly anticipated highlights of the season to come...

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  14. GIF: Bob Gibson's Unhittable Back-Up Slider

    On the occasion of our naming of the Cardinals ' All-Time Single-Season Team, why not pay homage to what may be the single greatest pitch in franchise history? We speak, of course, of Bob Gibson's slider...

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  15. Cards Give Vet Announcer Shannon Extension

    ST. LOUIS -- The Cardinals and longtime broadcaster Mike Shannon have finalized a multiyear contract extension.....

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  16. The St. Louis Cardinals Will Own the National League in 2014

    While other teams are still figuring out which free agent signings they want to go after prior to the 2014 baseball season, there's no doubts the St. Louis Cardinals are sitting in a pretty spot right now...

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  17. Cardinals Should Be Even Better

    The 2013 Cardinals led the National League with 97 wins and charged through the National League playoffs to capture the 19th NL pennant in franchise history. A good time was had by all in St...

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  18. FSM's Cardinals Spring TV Schedule Increases to 15 Games

    There's no room to increase the number of Cardinals games televised during the regular season — they've all been shown in recent seasons.....

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  19. Cards Give Vet Announcer Shannon Extension

    The Cardinals and longtime broadcaster Mike Shannon have finalized a multiyear contract extension. Shannon will be entering his 56th season with the organization in 2014, counting his playing career, and 42nd as a broadcaster...

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  20. Were the Cardinals Unlucky with Home Runs in 2013?

    In 2013, the Cardinals batted extremely well with runners on base while coming up empty with the bases clear...

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  21. What Should We Expect from Yadier Molina's Hitting in 2014?

    have always found it fascinating to keep track of Yadier Molina's development as a hitter—especially over the last three seasons. Two and a half years into his career, Molina had a ...

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  22. ESPN Picks Cards' Opener at Reds for Telecast

    ST. LOUIS • The Cincinnati Reds won't have the traditional first pitch of opening day on March 31, but their afternoon game against the rival Cardinals will have a national audience...

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  23. No Time to Breathe for Kolten Wong

    The sun doesn't rise as fast as Kolten Wong does these days. A breeze curling off a mountain in his native Hilo, Hawaii, has cooled things down — “oh, upper-60s,” ...

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  24. Ranking the 10 Greatest Free-Agent Signings in St. Louis Cardinals History

    There is no question that the St. Louis Cardinals have done an excellent job of building their teams from the draft as of late...

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  25. An Interview with St. Louis Cardinals' Player Development Guru Gary LaRocque

    I am not sure if there is another team in Major League Baseball that does player development like the Cardinals do. 30 of the 38 players on the Cardinals' 40-man roster have played in the Cards' minor league system...

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