1. Could Jason Heyward Become Baseball's Next $200 Million Man?

    While Heyward isn't a consistent slugger and hasn't put up any numbers that would lead many to view him as a $200 million player, one major-league GM said he foresees Heyward getting ...

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  2. Garcia's arm, Reynolds' bat help Cardinals defeat Orioles

    Punctuated by Mark Reynolds' first spring homer and a strong start from Jaime Garcia, the Cardinals defeated the Orioles , 8-2, at Roger Dean Stadium on Thursday.....

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  3. Heyward Inheriting Beltran's Former Role

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  4. Martinez, Gonzales Revisiting Miller's Lessons

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. • Within the same month last season, young starter Shelby Miller lost his closest teammate in a trade and added an essential pitch to his craft...

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  5. Wainwright: 'More Than Enough Time' to Be Ready

    JUPITER, Fla. • Fresh from his second turn against teammates in a controlled batting practice situation, Cardinals starter Adam Wainwright didn't need to check the calender to ...

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  6. Gonzales Dominates Braves with 4 Shutout Innings

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Marco Gonzales improved his bid to earn a spot on St. Louis' pitching staff, and Yadier Molina helped the Cardinals produce a pair of big innings during a 6-2 win over the Braves at Champion Stadium on Wednesday afternoon...

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  7. Five Bold Predictions for the 2015 St. Louis Cardinals

    The Cardinals have won back-to-back National League Central titles, have been to the playoffs four straight times.....

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  8. St. Louis Cardinals' Top Third of Lineup Is Set

    While the St. Louis Cardinals Fell 7-6 in a Loss to the Houston Astros on Tuesday, the Top Third of Their Batting Lineup Appears to Be Set for Now.....

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  9. Neshek 'Disappointed' Cards Didn't Make Him an Offer

    KISSIMMEE, Fla. • The last time the Cardinals and reliever Pat Neshek talked about his contract last season was before he appeared in the All-Star Game in July, and by August ...

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  10. Rosenthal Knows Aggressive Approach Is Key

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  11. Wainwright, Jay Both Nearing Return to Action

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  12. Cardinals Aim to Steal More Bases This Year, Again

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  13. Wacha 'Really Happy' After Dazzling in Spring Debut

    JUPITER, Fla. • Michael Wacha's last pitch of the 2014 season last October was a three-run, game-ending homer to San Francisco 's Travis Ishikawa as the Cardinals were eliminated in the National League championship series...

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  14. MRI Confirms Lynn Has Left Hip Flexor Strain

    JUPITER, Fla. -- Cardinals right-hander Lance Lynn received good news after an MRI performed on Monday confirmed that he had not suffered anything more serious than a left hip flexor strain in his start on Sunday...

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  15. What Are the St. Louis Cardinals' Worst- and Best-Case Scenarios in 2015?

    During the Hot Stove, when the various Major League Baseball projection systems began to unveil their 2015 forecasts.....

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  16. Cardinals Will Be a Threat to Steal More : Sports

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  17. Heyward Is at a Crossroads

    With clutch timing, Jason Heyward called dibs to relegate his teen friends to the back of his family's Chevy Suburban and score the passenger seat, the coveted spot for controlling the radio dial...

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  18. Lynn Removed from Spring Start with Hip Injury

    From Rick Hummel of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch comes word that right-handed starter Lance Lynn had to make an early departure from his Grapefruit League debut Sunday against the Marlins ...

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  19. Lynn Removed from Spring Start with Hip Injury

    Lance Lynn removed from game with left hip flexor strain and he will be re-evaluated tomorrow to determine his status...

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  20. Lynn Leaves Start with Apparent Hand Injury

    St. Louis Cardinals righty Lance Lynn left his Sunday spring start vs. the Miami Marlins with an apparent hand injury, reports Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch...

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  21. Wong Relaxed but Focused Following Breakout Postseason

    VIERA, Fla. -- On this date a year ago, the Cardinals competed in an otherwise ordinary Spring Training game at the Mets ' complex in Port St. Lucie, Fla...

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  22. Garcia Begins Answering Questions with Debut

    VIERA, Fla. -- Two hundred and sixty-one days had passed since Jaime Garcia had taken the mound in a June 20 start against the Phillies . That day didn't go well, with Garcia taking the loss after allowing seven hits and four runs in five innings...

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  23. The Cardinals Are Boring

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  24. The Expansion of Marco Gonzales's Repertoire Is Good News

    Last year my brother and I were lucky enough to be in attendance at Coors Field for the big-league debut of Marco Gonzales...

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  25. Bernie: Will Peralta Maintain or Regress in '15?

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