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Archive for September, 2015

Cardinals Pitching Sets MLB Single-Game Stinginess Record

No team in Major League Baseball history has held more opponents to one or no runs than the 2015 St. Louis Cardinals.

Piscotty’s First 60 Games Among Best in Cardinals History

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder/first baseman Stephen Piscotty has tied for the sixth-most doubles by any player in team history through their first 60 MLB games.

Cardinals Among NL Favorites as Jays Lead in World Series Odds

As the 2015 regular season winds down, the St. Louis Cardinals’ odds to win the 2015 National League are the same the other two division leaders.

Cardinals Very Good and Bad in SABR Defensive Index

How the St. Louis Cardinals stack up in the most recent National League defensive rankings.

Reclaiming St. Louis Cardinals Uniform Numbers

The uniform numbers of former St. Louis Cardinals who left the club in 2014 have all been reissued.

The Cardinal Nation’s Season Recaps and Top Players of 2015

For the 10th consecutive year, we roll out The Cardinal Nation’s choices as the top players at each level of the St. Louis Cardinals system from the summer, following season recaps by affiliate. The series runs each day from September 14 through the month of October.

A History of Cardinals Substance Suspensions

Catcher Cody Stanley’s second suspension is the 32nd affecting the St. Louis Cardinals since 2005.

Vote Now for Your 2016 Cardinals Top Prospects

Join in reader voting for top St. Louis Cardinals prospects on The Cardinal Nation message board.