1. 3 Things We've Learned About St. Louis Cardinals' September Call-Ups

    Baseball in September represents a time when teams on the outside looking in make one last effort to secure a playoff spot. Other clubs fight for positioning. And yet, roster spots for the playoffs remain up for grabs in St...

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  2. Pete Kozma Poses More Questions for St. Louis Cardinals

    Pete Kozma has provided more than a little jolt to the St. Louis Cardinals ' line up since being called up from Memphis earlier this month.....

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  3. Why Is Wong a Platoon Player?

    1. Manager Mike Matheny apparently views 2B Kolten Wong as something of a platoon player, and I'm a a tad confused as to why. Wong, who bats lefthanded, has been out of the Cardinals lineup in recent games against LH starters...

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  4. Wong's Way: Adding Value One Extra Base at a Time

    Kolten Wong has seen his share of struggles at the plate this season but his effort on the basepaths is likely going to make him a 2+ fWAR player for the season.....

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  5. All Pressure Is on the Cards

    First, I'm sorry I went missing in action last week. I was pounded by a sequence of maladies including a sinus infection and strep throat. And rather than contaminate anyone, I shut it down and locked myself in a room for several days...

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  6. Waino Reaffirms His Greatness : Sports

    Adam Wainwright doesn't need to win 20 games to reaffirm his status as one of MLB 's top starting pitchers. But symbolically, Wainwright's 20th victory will draw positive attention, and he deserves it...

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  7. Cardinals Beat Cubs to Reduce Magic Number to Four

    The St. Louis Cardinals again failed to receive any help in their bid to close out... Read more here: http://www.bnd.com/2014/09/22/3416112/cardinals-beat-cubs-to-reduce...

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  8. Wainwright Wins 20th, Cardinals Beat Cubs 8-0

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  9. Carpenter, Adams (Illness) Return vs. Cubs

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  10. Cardinals Bench Has Questions Leading to the Playoffs

    The Cardinals have used September to bring back injured players and provide some exposure to some players without previous major league experience. As October comes close, the Cardinals will be forced to trim the roster and refine the bench...

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  11. Resilient Cards Enter Familiar Time of Year

    To realize Sunday was a good day, one only needed to hear Cardinals manager Mike Matheny make a veiled, self-deprecating joke about bringing personality into his pregame back-and-forth with local media...

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  12. Martinez: Wacha Will Be 'X-Factor' in Playoffs

    During the MLB on TBS Pregame show, studio analyst Pedro Martinez talked about St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha...

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  13. Mike Matheny Makes History

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  14. Cards Inch Closer to Playoffs Behind Three Homers

    With a show of power unseen at home this season and a good-enough return from Michael Wacha, the Cardinals put themselves on the cusp of ensuring at least game No. 163...

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  15. Big Investment in Jhonny Peralta Paying off for Cardinals

    Looking back, it's amazing to think the Cardinals won the NL pennant last season despite getting nothing from the shortstop position...

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  16. With Adams Out, Molina Makes Rare Start at First

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  17. Adams, Carpenter Out; Molina at 1B

    The St. Louis Cardinals can clinch a playoff berth with a win Saturday, combined with a Milwaukee Brewers loss, but they'll have to attempt it without the services of two positional starters...

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  18. Cardinals Beat Reds 2-1, Stay 2 1-2 Up in Central

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  19. Cardinals Top Reds by One Run in Series Opener, 2-1

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  20. Can Pitching Carry the Cardinals in Playoffs?

    The St. Louis Cardinals entered Thursday up 2.5 games on the Pittsburgh Pirates in the National League Central. And with only 10 games to play, it will take a major slide to miss the postseason...

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  21. The Ups and Downs of the 2014 Season for Trevor Rosenthal

    Trevor Rosenthal has had a relatively inconsistent 2014 season. Let's take a look at some PITCHF/x data and see what we can find out......

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  22. Series Preview: Cardinals vs. Cincinnati

    SCOUTING REPORT • After Cincinnati had reached the All-Star break at 51-44, it has all come tumbling down for the Reds , who are 20-38 since then and who scored just one run total in three straight losses at Chicago...

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  23. Close Games the Norm This Year

    As the Cardinals and one of their chief pursuers took a scoreless game into the seventh inning Wednesday night at Busch Stadium, there was a familiarity that manager Mike Matheny felt in his dugout...

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  24. Cruz's Walk-off Single

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  25. Cardinals Bet on Rest Answering the Rotation's Health Question Marks

    The Cardinals are banking on the twin decisions to give Michael Wacha and John Lackey a rotation turn off will allow the pitchers to return rejuvenated and looking like their former selves...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 5 days ago 6 reads 0 comments