1. Lackey Goes 7, Rosenthal Holds on as Cardinals Beat Royals

    ST. LOUIS -- John Lackey threw seven strong innings after a shaky beginning, Trevor Rosenthal escaped his own jam in the ninth and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Kansas City Royal 4-3 on Thursday night...

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  2. Prospect Marco Gonzales Aims for Rotation Spot

    After throwing 71 pitches over 3 2/3 scoreless innings on Wednesday, Cardinals No. 2 prospect Marco Gonzales sits one start away from putting himself in position to be an option once again for the Major League club...

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  3. Pujols Is the Gift That Keeps Giving to Cardinals

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  4. Cards Yadier Molina Beats White Sox on Triple

    Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina stunned the U.S. Cellular Field crowd on Wednesday when he delivered a two-out, two-strike, bases-clearing triple off David Robertson in the eighth ...

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  5. Even in Reduced Role, Bourjos Sees Upside to Being with Cardinals

    The way Cardinals outfielder Peter Bourjos sees his situation as baseball's trade deadline approaches is there might be more playing time elsewhere but there's more to play for with the Cardinals...

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  6. Molina's Clutch Triple Rallies Cardinals Past White Sox 3-2

    Yadier Molina hit a bases-loaded triple off David Robertson with two out in the eighth inning, sending the St. Louis Cardinals to a 3-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday night...

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  7. Strauss: Mulder's Pitching Tool Now Is a Wedge

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  8. Piscotty Gets First Big-League Hit as 'Experiment' Begins

    CHICAGO • As he spent the winter exploring how to tap more power from his swing, Cardinals rookie Stephen Piscotty referred to his work as “an experiment...

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  9. Wainwright Makes First Rehab Appearance...for His Daughter's Softball Team

    Adam Wainwright was off to a heckuva start to the 2015 season -- he was 2-1 with a 1.44 ERA through his first four starts before going down with a torn left Achilles tendon...

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  10. Video: Holliday Belts Grand Slam vs. CHW

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  11. Piscotty to Make MLB Debut Tonight

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  12. Cards Clear Room for Piscotty with Moves for Pham, Kelly

    CHICAGO • To clear a spot for Stephen Piscotty so that he can make his major-league debut Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field, the Cardinals had to move two players around on the roster...

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  13. Piscotty Gets a Spin on First Base Carousel

    The Cardinals have promoted their top hitting prospect, Stephen Piscotty. He'll presumably have a chance to put in a claim for first base...

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  14. Cardinals to Call Up Piscotty

    Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak confirmed Monday that outfielder Stephen Piscotty is being promoted to the Cardinals...

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  15. Strauss: Cards' Future May Hold No Big Deals : Sports

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  16. Cards Can't Survive Marathon vs. Mets

    It took 18 innings to complete, but the New York Mets toppled the Cardinals 3-1 Sunday at Busch Stadium...

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  17. Game Blog: Cardinals Pummel Mets 12-2 : Sports

    Thanks to a host of lively bats in the first, fifth and eighth innings, the Cardinals trounced the New York Mets 12-2 during their Saturday night game at Busch Stadium...

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  18. Game Blog: Late-Inning Power Gives Cards 3-2 Win

    After dropping nine of their last 14 games, the St. Louis Cardinals started the second half of the 2015 season with a 3-2 win over the Mets on Friday night, thanks to shortstop ...

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  19. Cardinals Edge Mets 3-2, Snap 3-Game Skid

    ST. LOUIS -- Jhonny Peralta hit a tiebreaking home run in the sixth inning, Lance Lynn outdueled Noah Syndergaard and the St. Louis Cardinals held on for a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets on Friday night...

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  20. Bernie: Trade Winds Blow in NL Central

    With the 30 major-league teams returning to the field Friday after pausing for the annual All-Star game rest stop, it's time for owners and general managers to make a realistic assessment of their postseason chances...

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  21. Cards at Midseason: It's the Little Battles That Matter

    CINCINNATI • There are times, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny confessed recently, when he does not know his team's record or how many games they have as a gap in the National League Central...

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  22. Strauss: Best Record Not Enough for Jittery Cards Fans : Sports

    If there ever existed an imperfect mix of hope and fear, of pride and angst, it can be found at the downtown intersection of Clark and 7th. .....

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  23. Holliday Eyes Friday Return; Rosenthal Rests

    Cardinals left fielder Matt Holliday intends to increase the intensity of his running during the next two days so that he can return to the lineup Friday after more than a month on the disabled list because of a torn quadriceps muscle...

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  24. Cardinals All-Stars Have Fun Despite Reception

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  25. Every Cardinal Got Hilariously Booed by Cincy ASG Crowd

    During the introductions of the MLB All-star game, the Cincinnati Crowd showed their disdain for the St Louis Cardinals by loudly booing every single one of their players...

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