1. Kolten Wong Headed to the Disabled List with a Shoulder Injury

    Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong is headed to the disabled list with an injury to his left shoulder. Shane Robinson has been recalled from Triple-A Memphis...

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  2. Cards Place Kolten Wong (Shoulder) on DL

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  3. Bats Quiet Again as Cards Drop Third Straight

    The Cardinals ' bats went silent well before a massive swarm of moths took over Busch Stadium Friday night, but whether it was the insect problem of plague proportions or the continued ...

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  4. Cardinals to Rest Michael Wacha and Give Carlos Martinez Another Start

    Sunday's game against the Phillies falls on the sixth day after Carlos Martinez's first start of the 2014 season. The game also coincides with Michael Wacha's turn in the rotation...

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  5. Jaime Garcia Begins to Live Up to Contract

    It was not too long ago when Jaime Garcia was thought to be one of the key parts moving forward for the Cardinals pitching rotation...

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  6. Cardinals Skipping Michael Wacha's Next Start for 'Rest'

    Cardinals right-hander Michael Wacha will not make his scheduled start Sunday, but the team says he's healthy and they're simply giving the 22-year-old some rest to limit his workload...

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  7. Cards Nix Response to the Brewers' Political Attack Ad Against Yadier Molina

    The Brewers released a political attack ad spoof Tuesday against Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina as part of a campaign to get Jonathan Lucroy more votes for the National League All-Star team...

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  8. Phillies Series Poses Test for Cards

    The Cardinals are showing signs of separating themselves from the pack, but the Phillies are coming in confident and talking about pushing for the playoffs.....

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  9. Matheny: Brewers Video 'Caught Me by Surprise'

    The Milwaukee Brewers have put together a video campaign that takes some shots — tongue in cheek — at the Cardinals .....

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  10. Cardinals' Streak Ends at Five as Rally Falls Short

    The Cardinals ' offense started with a bang Wednesday, but it was able to muster little else until a ninth-inning threat en route to a foiled attempt to sweep the Mets ...

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  11. St. Louis Cardinals Outfielder Jon Jay Having a Great June

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  12. Wainwright Says He's Ready for Next Start

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  13. Cards' Pitching Is Ridiculously Good

    • Remember the atrocious game played on May 12, when Cardinals ' pitchers were jacked for 17 runs by the Cubs ? That was arguably the low point of the season. But the pitching staff has been nothing less than sensational since then...

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  14. Biggest Issues St. Louis Cardinals Must Address at the Trade Deadline

    The St. Louis Cardinals are beginning to heat up faster than the grueling Midwest climate. They’ ve won five straight, eight of their last nine and are within 3.5 games of the division-leading Milwaukee Brewers ...

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  15. Jay, Holliday Fuel Cards' Offense in Home Win

    Of course the offense looks lively in this game, of all games, with one of the worst lineups that the team can put out there...

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  16. Red-Hot Cardinals Win 5th Straight, 8 of Last 9

    Sporting a lineup absent of two players who have been anchors at both the top and in the heart of it, the Cardinals instead received contributions from the full length of their order, smacking ten hits to beat the Mets 5-2...

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  17. Holliday's 1,000th RBI Is the Sign of a Career of Consistency

    Matt Holliday has always been in an odd place as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals . While plenty of fans recognize him for what he has done, there is a certain faction that seems to always be looking for a reason to complain about Holliday...

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  18. Why Isn't Matt Holliday Hitting for More Power?

    Slugging percentage (SLG) has long been the go-to stat for measuring power-hitting in baseball. The stat is calculated using the total bases a player notches for each hit. SLG can be calculated using the following formulas...

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  19. Mike Matheny Remembers Padres Great Tony Gwynn

    Speaking before Monday night's game, St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny remembered Hall of Fame right fielder and San Diego Padres great Tony Gwynn.....

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  20. Cards' First-Round Pick Ready to Go

    Righthander Luke Weaver, the Cardinals ' top draft pick from Florida State, passed through Busch Stadium on Monday to take his physical, sign some documents and meet big leaguers and the media...

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  21. Cards Adamant About Staying the Course

    By sending rookie outfielders Oscar Taveras and Randal Grichuk back to the minors, the Cardinals made one thing clear: They're still firmly committed to the lineup regulars that opened the season as core pieces...

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  22. Cardinals Make It 7 of 8, Stifle Mets 6-2

    ST. LOUIS -- Allen Craig and Matt Adams each had two RBIs and the St. Louis Cardinals got effective work from rookie pitchers subbing for ace Adam Wainwright in a 6-2 victory over the New York Mets on Monday night...

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  23. Video: Holliday's 1000th Career RBI

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  24. Cardinals Agree to Terms with First-Round Pick Luke Weaver

    According to Jenifer Langosch of MLB .com, the Cardinals have officially agreed to terms with first-round pick right-hander Luke Weaver.....

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  25. Series preview: Mets at Cardinals

    • Adam Wainwright, originally scheduled to start Monday, will have his turn skipped because of tendinitis in the back of his pitching elbow. Carlos Martinez, whose fastball has averaged 97...

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