1. Yadier Molina and Albert Pujols Take Home Gold Gloves for St. Louis Cardinals

    For the tenth time since 2000, the Cardinals have Gold Glovers in their clubhouse. This time, Yadier Molina and Albert Pujols paired up to make a defensive duo for the Redbirds...

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  2. St. Louis Cardinals: Resigning Albert Pujols Is Top Priority This Offseason

    Now that the World Series has been wrapped up (congratulations to the San Francisco Giants ), the St. Louis Cardinals can look ahead to a pivotal offseason. In St. Louis, winter isn't just a season...

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  3. World Series 2010: Tim Lincecum Lifts San Francisco Giants to First Championship

    After back to back Cy Young seasons, many baseball fans viewed San Francisco Giants ace Tim Lincecum 's 2010 season as a disappointment. In the hearts and minds of San Francisco Giants fans, Lincecum's regular season performance means nothing...

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  4. Final Grades: Every 2010 St. Louis Cardinal Player, Coach, and More

    It's no secret that this was a disappointing season for the St. Louis Cardinals. 2010 saw many ups and downs, but in the end, the Cardinals missed the playoffs, and that's what matters...

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  5. Ichiro Suzuki and the Infield Hit: Selfish Stat-Padding Or Revolutionary Tactic?

    You don't have to be a fan of the Seattle Mariners to be a fan of Ichiro Suzuki. After all, Ichiro is approaching his record tenth 200-hit season, and also his 10th season leading the league in singles...

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  6. Stick a Fork In 'Em: What Went Bad For Tony LaRussa And The St. Louis Cardinals

    I've been putting this off for a while. Nobody wants to write off their own team, especially not one as storied as the Cardinals.However, after a 7-3 loss to the Cubs, it's time to face the facts...

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  7. Will Pete Rose's Tearful Apology Finally Get Him into the Hall of Fame?

    It's been over 20 years since Pete Rose last donned a Reds uniform, whether on the field or in the dugout. Now, back in Cincinnati to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his record-setting ...

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  8. Snake in the Grass: Arizona's Barry Enright Quietly Having Stellar Rookie Season

    Chances are that if you were around, you remember the 1986 baseball season. A season capped by an exciting World Series that was best known for being the launching pad for several successful ...

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  9. St. Louis Cardinals: 10 Reasons World Series Hopefuls Became Wild Card Outsiders

    Coming into the 2010 baseball season, there was no clearer choice than the St. Louis Cardinals as National League Central Division champs...

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  10. St. Louis Cardinals' Panic Time: August Woes Continue Into September

    St. Louis Cardinals fans, dust off your sirens, prepare your white flags, and clutch your shiny red buttons.For the first time since 2003, it's panic time...

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  11. Case Closed: Which Active Relievers Deserve Hall Of Fame Status?

    Through history, many players have entered baseball's most hallowed hall. The list of players is numerous: 54 starting pitchers, 16 catchers, 18 first basemen, 17 second basemen, 10 ...

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  12. Little League World Series 2010: Defense Leads To Japan World Championship

    For the first time in years, an international team has won the Little League World Series. With a combination of stellar defense, disciplined hitting, and aggressive baserunning, the ...

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  13. Ted Simmons: Why The Cardinals' Greatest Catcher Is Hall Of Fame Worthy

    When we think of great hitting catchers, we think of Yogi Berra, Johnny Bench, and Mike Piazza. Two are already in the Hall of Fame, and the other is well on his way...

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  14. Little League World Series 2010: Wednesday's Scores, Results and Updates

    Scores and Results for Wednesday's Games West 6, Great Lakes 4 Star of the Game: (Matthew Campos, 1-for-1, 3-R HR) Matthews Campos only got one at-bat, but he sure made it count...

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  15. Little League World Series 2010: Tuesday's Scores, Results and Updates

    Scores and Results from Tuesday's Games: Japan 3 - Mexico 2 Star of the Game: Ichiro Ogasawara (2-3, RBI; 2 IP, 0 R, 3 K, SV) As it has been all tournament, patience and alertness got Japan the victory in Tuesday's game versus the team from Mexico...

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  16. St. Louis Cardinals Acquire Third Baseman Pedro Feliz

    Although they needed both offensive and defensive help, the Cardinals have remedied one of those problems by acquiring third baseman Pedro Feliz. Feliz, known for his defensive prowess, was batting ...

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  17. Playing Spoiler: Five Non-Contending Teams That Will Affect the Playoffs

    As of August 16, thirteen teams find themselves within six games of a playoff spot.So while Boston, New York, Tampa Bay, Minnesota, Chicago, Texas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, St...

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  18. Central Command: St. Louis Cardinals Quiet Brandon Phillips, Reds

    The planets are back in alignment. After two grand slams, a benches-clearing brawl, a rain delay, and a series to remember, the St. Louis Cardinals have returned to their usual perch atop the National League Central...

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  19. Call Me Crazy: St. Louis Cardinals Should Sign Ex-Cubs Ace Mark Prior

    It's no secret that Mark Prior has talent. That's never been a problem for the one-time ace. It's been injuries that have plagued the Southern California native. So, why would any team be interested in the former flamethrower? If you're St...

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  20. Three of a Kind: St. Louis Cardinals Dealing Aces in Pivotal Reds Series

    The Cardinals head into Cincinnati on Monday looking to make up two games in the standings on their rivals, the Reds. For most of the season, the two teams have been locked in a to-the-death battle for first place in the National League Central...

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  21. Precious CarGo: Is Rockies' Carlos Gonzalez's Amazing Season for Real?

    Carlos Gonzalez is making Rockies' fans forget all about Matt Holliday. Ever since breaking out in last year's playoffs, Gonzalez has been on an absolute tear...

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  22. With David Freese Out For Year, St. Louis Cardinals Should Add Joe Crede

    The St. Louis Cardinals' run at an 18th National League pennant took a serious hit Tuesday, when the team learned that rookie third baseman David Freese re-injured a sore right ankle ...

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  23. MLB Trade Deadline: St. Louis Cardinals Bolster Pitching, Reds Stay Idle

    So far this season, the St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds have been engaged in a dogfight among the top of the National League Central. With St. Louis recently solidifying their starting rotation, that may be about to change...

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  24. Seeing Red: Roy Oswalt Won't Improve Philadelphia Phillies' Playoff Odds

    It's now official. Houston Astros ace Roy Oswalt plans to waive his no-trade clause, allowing a deal that would send him to the Philadelphia Phillies for J.A. Happ, and prospects Anthony Gose and Jonathan Villar...

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  25. A Muddled Middle Infield: Cardinals Should Add Second Baseman, Shortstop

    Even though they were once seen as the front-runners to land Astros ace Roy Oswalt, the St. Louis Cardinals seem to be turning away from the idea of adding a front-of-the-rotation pitcher...

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