St. Louis Cardinals baseball will be back on the airwaves starting March 1.
St. Louis Cardinals baseball will be back on the airwaves starting March 1.
The St. Louis Cardinals have selected the vendor for their new dynamic ticket pricing starting in 2011.
Palm Beach County Florida officials are holding Roger Dean Stadium improvements hostage until the St. Louis Cardinals and Florida Marlins agree to stay beyond 2017.
Thoughts about why the Albert Pujols contract negotiations with the St. Louis Cardinals appear to be moving so slowly.
An approach to frame consideration of steroids era players for the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Some baseball writers criticize their award-voting peers while others attack those who critique them.
Former St. Louis Cardinals slugger Mark McGwire is losing ground in his Hall of Fame candidacy.
The first slate of national television broadcasts has been announced with 15 St. Louis Cardinals contests included.
Whitey Herzog entered Baseball’s Hall of Fame and his number was retired by the St. Louis Cardinals in July.
Autograph prices at the St. Louis Cardinals fan event, Winter Warm-Up, are generally flat to slightly down for 2011.
Considering the candidacies of four former St. Louis Cardinals on the 2011 Hall of Fame ballot.
Why would a former commissioner want Major League Baseball players to push for team ownership shares?
Identifying how efficient each team had to be with its money to reach the playoffs and the cost efficiency of individual St. Louis Cardinals players.
One columnist suggests the St. Louis Cardinals should sign Derek Jeter to replace Albert Pujols.
Looking at WAR and player salaries to determine which players helped and hurt the 2010 St. Louis Cardinals.
Looking at WAR and player payrolls to determine which clubs got their money’s worth.
The Boston Red Sox shrewdly saw a compensation draft pick in a player the St. Louis Cardinals simply wanted to be rid of.
The St. Louis Cardinals placed seven prospects on their 40-man roster to protect them from the Rule 5 draft, more than 27 organizations. Does it mean anything?
Major League Baseball’s plan to add two wild cards may be off the table for 2011, but is far from dead.
The St. Louis Cardinals have only six minor league free agents this year. What might that tell us?
The St. Louis Cardinals will be taking on their Double-A club in Springfield, MO on March 29.
St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols now says he wants to get a new contract done before the 2011 season begins.
Could the St. Louis Cardinals’ chance of keeping Albert Pujols beyond 2011 be heading south?
Is it better for a team to spend its entire payroll budget early or hold some in reserve?
The top-ranked free agent from the St. Louis Cardinals has already been released.
There is a lot of buzz about soon-to-be free agent infielder Miguel Tejada possibly heading to St. Louis. No one is talking about a major fly in the ointment, however.
Calling out a pair of interesting articles about the St. Louis Cardinals star player and his former teammate (along with his current manager, sort of).
A quick look at two proposals to expand Major League Baseball’s Wild Cards.
An apparent typo in a service time date has led to an incorrect conclusion on several prominent sites.
A group of 36 contracts to go on the block includes ones signed by seven St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Famers.
Sporting News magazine has taken on the task of ranking cities based on sporting success.
Links to four St. Louis Cardinals major and minor league schedules already released for 2011.
Friday night’s suicide squeeze by Matt Pagnozzi was the St. Louis Cardinals’ first in three years.
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter collected his 17th complete game for the club, the most over the last decade, but few compared to past greats.
How might the record deal for Texas Rangers television rights affect the St. Louis Cardinals?
In many ways, 1924 was a year like 2010 would later turn out to be for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Three St. Louis Cardinals tentative 2011 spring training games with the Atlanta Braves are the first to be made public.
Who is trailing Albert Pujols and Stan Musial with the most multiple-home run games in St. Louis Cardinals history?
Despite solid play on the field, the St. Louis Cardinals’ top four minor league clubs had down attendance in 2010.
A promising new way to watch MLB games over the internet has proven to be extremely disappointing.
St. Louis Cardinals minor leaguers posted the system’s highest winning percentage since 1966 and could set a new high in championships, too.
Progress is being made in improving the financials of the Memphis Redbirds while attempting to attract new events to AutoZone Park.
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Jaime Garcia tossed a three-hit shutout on Sunday. How often has it happened in the last 90 years?
Putting St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter’s nine consecutive wins against the Cincinnati Reds into historical context.
A look at how starting pitchers acquired in deadline deals prior to Jake Westbrook fared for the St. Louis Cardinals.
In the most recent Nielsen research data, the St. Louis Cardinals games have taken over the highest local ratings in baseball.
A one-hour video tour of one of nation’s greatest museums, located in Cooperstown, New York.
Lack of attendance is killing the St. Louis Cardinals New York-Penn League affiliate, the Batavia Muckdogs.
Starting next season, FOX Sports Midwest will be televising all games that were on KSDK in recent years.
Nick Stavinoha is only one short of tying for the most pinch-hit home runs in a season by a Cardinal since Tony La Russa became manager in 1996.
Of course it is early, but Jaime Garcia’s 2010 start matches that of a couple of Hall of Famers, including one named “Lefty.”
With another quality start on Monday night in Philadelphia, the St. Louis Cardinals rotation would establish their longest string of quality starts since 1973.
Kyle Lohse deserved a win on Saturday after tossing seven innings of one-run ball for the St. Louis Cardinals, but instead took a no-decision.
The Cardinal Nation Blog will again be highlighted on KSDK Channel 5, the Sunday home of the St. Louis Cardinals. This time, the focus is on David Freese’s six RBI on Thursday.
On Thursday, St. Louis’ Colby Rasmus did something only four other Cardinals in team history had accomplished in a single game.
St. Louis Cardinals third baseman David Freese drove in six runs against the Atlanta Braves Thursday afternoon. We tell you how unique that is.
Two St. Louis Cardinals hurlers have current runs of four starts of seven innings or more and two or fewer earned runs. The last time it was done even once to start a season was in 1973.
Three St. Louis Cardinals starters are working on pitching streaks of six innings or more while allowing two or fewer runs.
Chris Carpenter added his name to an exclusive list on Thursday night with his second consecutive ten-strikeout game for the St. Louis Cardinals.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ run of seven consecutive starts of seven innings or more allowing two or fewer runs ended Tuesday night in Arizona. The team record may be 12, set in 1944.
The St. Louis Cardinals are working on run of seven consecutive starts of seven innings or more allowing two or fewer runs.
With his complete game on Sunday, St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Adam Wainwright extended the team’s streak of seven or more innings pitched while allowing two or fewer earned runs to six games, longest since 1986.
The St. Louis Cardinals are working on run of five consecutive starts of seven innings allowing two or fewer runs.
Felipe Lopez and Chris Carpenter powered the Cardinals to a comeback win over the Mets Friday. Each man’s feat was notable in the context of team history.
Major League Baseball’s commissioner sees more Wild Card teams as “very attractive.”
Brothers Lindy and Von McDaniel along with Bob L. Miller joined the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1950’s without playing in the minor leagues first.
The St. Louis Cardinals rank ninth in the 2010 MLB Fan Cost Index with a 0.7 percent increase compared to 2009.
When he crossed the plate four times on opening day, Albert Pujols tied for the fourth-most such games in St. Louis Cardinals history.
Rather than stop audio broadcasts of their games entirely, the Quad Cities River Bandits will live stream 2010 home games on the internet.
Former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher John Smoltz accepts three broadcasting jobs.
Comparing St. Louis Cardinals spring vs. regular season batting average and ERA during the 2000-2009 period.
A wild idea reportedly offered up in an MLB brainstorming session seems to have many overly concerned while a key member in the room denies it even came up.
Offering up some links to interesting St. Louis Cardinals-related reading around the web.
With Thursday’s first spring training game upon us, I looked at St. Louis Cardinals spring records during the La Russa era with an eye toward the regular season.
Catch me talking St. Louis Cardinals spring training baseball news with Matt Perrault and Ken Miller on KXnO FOX Sports Radio 1460 in Des Moines today (Wednesday) at 5:45 p.m. Central.
The St. Louis Cardinals full system rosters are refreshed to reflect spring training camps, both major and minor league.
Stan Musial isn’t the oldest or even second-oldest former St. Louis Cardinals player living. The latter is the relatively-unknown Freddie Schmidt.
The St. Louis Cardinals have announced a new program to add money to tickets for spending at the ballpark. Like anything, there are both benefits and risks.
Spring training television and radio plans for the 2010 St. Louis Cardinals.
In addition to a change in personnel, the St. Louis Cardinals Midwest League affiliate’s games will no longer be on radio.
A quick check of recent news items pertaining to the St. Louis Cardinals’ chief rivals from Chicago.
Wanting to set the record straight about his contract status, the Cardinals first baseman takes his story directly to the fans.
FOX Sports will carry eight St. Louis Cardinals Saturday afternoon games during the 2010 season.
Those working for and around the St. Louis Cardinals today reach back to the 1940’s.
New and changed uniform numbers for players invited to St. Louis Cardinals major league spring training.
A search through baseball history is underway to identify a most unusual Stan Musial photo.
For the ongoing services of outfielder Matt Holliday, the St. Louis Cardinals and agent Scott Boras carried out an intricate dance for months.
The St. Louis Cardinals wouldn’t have to wait until their arbitration cases are settled to make their next move, but they may have good reasons for doing so.
Preliminary spring training television and radio plans for the 2010 St. Louis Cardinals.
Autograph prices at the St. Louis Cardinals fan event, Winter Warm-Up, demonstrate an appreciation of the down economy.
If the Cardinals ever reach the point of considering the unthinkable, trading Albert Pujols, Mark Teixeira’s history provides an important lesson.
Why the conditions may be right for the St. Louis Cardinals to move to lock up Albert Pujols.
Now that the Cardinals have agreed to terms with outfielder Matt Holliday on a record-setting new contract, is the jury in on the big trade that brought him to St. Louis in the first place?
Erroneous news on a supposed new Matt Holliday offer from the St. Louis Cardinals is amplified all over cyberspace before being pulled.
Why might both Scott Boras and the St. Louis Cardinals consider a shorter-term contact for free agent Matt Holliday?
Is Mark DeRosa’s reported two year, $12 million deal with the San Francisco Giants out of line with the market? If not, why didn’t the St. Louis Cardinals jump in?
Some major league clubs have advantageous leases that offer flexibility but shackle their communities. Others carry stadium-related debt.
The St. Louis Cardinals ventured into unfamiliar territory when making their first-round pick in the 2009 draft.
The agent of former Cardinals outfielder Chris Duncan is making some interesting claims.
The MLB Players Association plays a powerful, but almost-invisible role in placement of top free agents.