1. Peralta Comfortable After Proving Himself in 2014

    JUPITER, Fla. -- From an outsider's view, not much seems different about Cardinals shortstop Jhonny Peralta this spring. He remains reserved inside the clubhouse but also mentors Spanish-speaking players...

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  2. Wainwright Tosses 1st Bullpen Since Ab Strain

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  3. Jay Making 'Progress,' but Not Ready for Spring Games

    JUPITER, Fla. • Cardinals center fielder Jon Jay continues to make advancements in the cage with his swing and his health but the club does not expect him to play any of the early exhibition games that begin this week...

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  4. Peralta Expects to Be Even Better in Second Year with Cardinals

    Jhonny Peralta was a question mark heading into the 2014 season. It seemed a risk for the St. Louis Cardinals to make such a substantial investment in a 31-year-old shortstop...

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  5. Jason Heyward Can Be an MVP Candidate in 2015

    It is a testament to both the massive hype that Jason Heyward engendered as baseball's top prospect entering 2010 and his stellar rookie campaign that after five seasons as a well above ...

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  6. Bernie: Cards Get Money's Worth with Holliday

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  7. Bernie: Why Do the Cards Need Hamels Anyway?

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  8. Is Carlos Martinez Ready to Become Impact Starting Pitcher in MLB?

    It wasn’t long after the end of the 2014 season that general manager John Mozeliak and manager Mike Matheny informed Carlos Martinez that he’d report to spring training as a starter in 2015...

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  9. Cardinals Get the 'Best News We Could Have Gotten' on Waino

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  10. Cards Have Big Expectations for Jason Heyward

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  11. Taveras' Death Could Have Lasting Effect on Lineup

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  12. Bernie: Sizing Up the Cardinals' Bench

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  13. St. Louis Cardinals Honor Oscar Taveras by Helping Current Players

    The St. Louis Cardinals are set to launch full-squad workouts in Florida as spring training commences. Yet, they cannot seem to escape the biggest story of their offseason: the tragic death of Oscar Taveras ...

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  14. Feeling 'So Good,' Siegrist Eyes Setup Role

    JUPITER, Fla. -- Following a year that he describes as "the most frustrating thing I've ever gone through," Kevin Siegrist found himself a bit too amped up as he stepped onto the mound Wednesday to face hitters for the first time this spring...

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  15. Bernie: Will Carlos Martinez Step Up?

    JUPITER, Fla. • Let's continue with my 2015 season preview of individual Cardinals ' players. Today's focus: RH pitcher Carlos Martinez...

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  16. Cards Have Edge with DeWitt as Owner

    JUPITER, Fla. • The secret to the Cardinals ' sustained success starts at the top. And yes, it really is a secret, because no one really thinks of the owner as the creative mind that powers his team's winning baseball operation...

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  17. Reliever Walden Has a Hop to His Step

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  18. Cardinals to Address Taveras Tragedy, Educate

    JUPITER, Fla. -- When manager Mike Matheny gathers his players for the first full team meeting of Spring Training on Wednesday, he plans to deliver a message that will reflect on the one missing from the group...

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  19. Adam Wainwright Injury: Updates on Cardinals Star's Abdomen and Recovery

    Adam Wainwright is starting 2015 the same way he ended 2014: battling an injury. This time, the St. Louis Cardinals ace is dealing with an abdominal issue. Continue for updates...

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  20. Wainwright Experiences Abdominal Soreness, Will Be Examined in St. Louis

    After experiencing abdominal pain that has limited his workouts but not his ability to throw, Cardinals starter Adam Wainwright will return to St. Louis to see a specialist Thursday...

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  21. Jose Molina Joins the Cardinals as a Guest Instructor

    He's not officially retired, but Jose Molina is 39 years old, was released by the Rays , and is sidelined following knee surgery. And now he's joined the Cardinals as a special guest instructor for spring training...

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  22. Wong Puts Doubting Days Behind Him

    JUPITER, Fla. • After his October to remember, Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong returned home to the Big Island of Hawaii to discover that, yes, the TV reception over there was just fine...

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  23. Wainwright: 2014 Was 'Worst Pain I've Ever Had Pitching'

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  24. Cardinals SPs 'Set the Tone' with Early Wakeup Call

    JUPITER, Fla. – Michael Wacha was late for work Sunday morning. Well, not technically late, but late according to a new routine introduced by Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright -- ...

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  25. Reynolds Puts HR Streak on the Line to Play for Winner

    JUPITER, Fla. -- Mark Reynolds will open the season among a company of six Major League hitters with at least 20 home runs in each of the last seven seasons...

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