Why do the St. Louis Cardinals seem to have so many outfielders and so few first basemen?
Why do the St. Louis Cardinals seem to have so many outfielders and so few first basemen?
Two recent data points indicate St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright’s Cy Young Award chances are declining.
Hall of Fame induction, Chris Carpenter bobbleheads and special-price tickets make August 15-16 a great time to head to Busch Stadium for St. Louis Cardinals baseball.
Is Oscar Taveras heading for a Colby Rasmus-like scenario in which he is devalued before being traded away?
If the St. Louis Cardinals add another starting pitcher via trade, could that mean a different role for Joe Kelly?
The cries of concern over the contract the St. Louis Cardinals gave injured left-hander Jaime Garcia are reminiscent of those expressed over Mark Mulder six years ago.
It has been almost a century since the first two times the St. Louis Cardinals shortstop and catcher batted fourth and fifth. Hall of Famers Rogers Hornsby and Miller Huggins were directly involved.
Looking at who might make the start for the St. Louis Cardinals in Jaime Garcia’s place on Wednesday.
The Milwaukee Brewers are pushing their all-star catching candidate Jonathan Lucroy by attacking his competition, St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina.
Lance Lynn joined Adam Wainwright with his complete game shutout for the 2014 St. Louis Cardinals Tuesday night.
St. Louis Cardinals prospect talk and more with Josh Houchins of WGEM Sportscenter on ESPN 1440 radio in Quincy, Ill.
The St. Louis Cardinals made a major effort to add team speed in 2014. It had rarely been evident until Saturday.
Three key hitters for the St. Louis Cardinals are not producing consistently with runners in scoring position.
The 2011 Colby Rasmus trade was a shocker to many, but the St. Louis Cardinals may benefit further in the future from the deal.
In just four of the last 45 years did the St. Louis Cardinals’ team RBI leaders through 22 games have fewer than in 2014.
Articulating a concern different from some others with how Friday’s St. Louis Cardinals home loss was managed.
The bar was set too high for St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Pete Kozma. Is it happening again for Aledmys Diaz?
Atlanta has locked up its closer, Craig Kimbrel. By the end of this season, the St. Louis Cardinals will have to decide the contract fate of Jason Motte.
Checking what two former St. Louis Cardinals crucial to the club’s 2011 World Championship are up to.
Comparing results with the bat between a prospective St. Louis Cardinals shortstop and a former one.
Two star pitchers have battled a debilitating nerve condition. One is still fighting the fight – with the support of the other.
Matt Holliday wants to see Major League Baseball change its free agent compensation rules. In a few years, he could be in a situation to take advantage.
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday joins those who feel some Major League Baseball free agents are being unfairly restricted.
A look back at prospect rankings of five St. Louis Cardinals-developed future major leaguers.
Reviewing the last name on ESPN’s Keith Law’s most recent six St. Louis Cardinals top 10 prospect lists.
St. Louis Cardinals photos from Monday’s third and final session of the 2014 Winter Warm-Up at St. Louis’ Hyatt Regency at the Arch.
Selected St. Louis Cardinals player photos from Sunday’s second day of the 2014 Winter Warm-Up at St. Louis’ Hyatt Regency at the Arch.
Selected St. Louis Cardinals player and executive photos from Saturday’s first day of the 2014 Winter Warm-Up at St. Louis’ Hyatt Regency at the Arch.
St. Louis Cardinals Peter Bourjos, Jon Jay and Daniel Descalso are following the defined process to establish their 2014 salaries via MLB’s arbitration process.
Returning reliever Jason Motte could enable Carlos Martinez to become a key late-season boost to the 2014 St. Louis Cardinals rotation.
The Cincinnati Reds are having trouble finding the money to keep key players, unlike their divisional rival from St. Louis.
A look ahead to what may be the top stories surrounding the St. Louis Cardinals in 2014.
A look back at the top projected stories across the St. Louis Cardinal nation in 2013 from last January.
Year-end articles from emerging St. Louis Cardinals players’ hometown papers.
The days when some pundits trashed the St. Louis Cardinals for signing catcher Yadier Molina for a five-year, $75 million contract have long passed.
Adam Wainwright began the year with the news that he would have to lead the St. Louis Cardinals rotation without mentor Chris Carpenter. He carried a heavy load, leading MLB in innings pitched and tying for the National League wins with 19.
The 2013 St. Louis Cardinals did not have their veteran ace for the second consecutive year. Following the season, with his contract up, Chris Carpenter decided to retire.
The St. Louis Cardinals unexpectedly replaced their closer multiple times during 2013 – and did so without much turbulence.
The St. Louis Cardinals had to place unexpected responsibility on a trio of bullpen rookies in 2013 – and they answered.
Following the 2013 season, the St. Louis Cardinals traded away two top 2011 contributors in an attempt to improve their 2014 play in centerfield.
Looking into the 2013 seasons of four members from the middle of the St. Louis Cardinals rotation.
The St. Louis Cardinals added a new shortstop but the size of the contract given a previously-suspended PED user alarmed some across the game.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ closer sat out the entire 2013 season, but the team thrived anyway.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ top home run hitter in 2012 and 2013 has left the club as a free agent.
Three eligible St. Louis Cardinals should receive contract offers for 2014, but one may not.
It will be interesting to see if Major League Baseball and its players’ union could develop new penalties that would limit lucrative free agent contracts given to previously-suspended PED users.
Questions about the spelling of his first name have followed new St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Jhonny Peralta for over a decade.
Rumors have a deal between free agent shortstop Jhonny Peralta and the St. Louis Cardinals close. Early views from fans have been mixed.
St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Lance Lynn fell short of arbitration eligibility by three days.
According to his agent, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter will retire as an active player.
Who should start for the St. Louis Cardinals in Games 1 and 2 of the NLCS in St. Louis this weekend?
Simply put, the St. Louis Cardinals have Michael Wacha because they don’t have Albert Pujols. This gift is set to keep on giving for many years to come, but even in 2013, it has been a good deal.
The St. Louis Cardinals are starting Joe Kelly on Sunday against Pittsburgh’s Francisco Liriano. Many chalked up a Pirates’ win in advance. I am not so sure.
Outfielder Matt Holliday reached the 30 doubles, 20 home runs plateau for the eighth season, four-plus times with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Considering the potential impact of Yadier Molina’s knee problems on him, his MVP hopes and his team’s won-loss record.
The St. Louis Cardinals have acquired many players over time, but which minor league addition became the best as a major leaguer?
The offense from St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Pete Kozma has been on a free fall since his surprising September of 2012.
On Saturday night, Brock Peterson became the oldest St. Louis Cardinal to collect an RBI in his first MLB at-bat since at least 1935.
Left-handed pitcher Kevin Siegrist set a St. Louis Cardinals record and placed on the MLB top 10 all-time list for scoreless appearances to open a career.
How might St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter’s path to return to the majors be scheduled?
Looking at how season-to-date at-bats and innings pitched could end for three key St. Louis Cardinals All-Stars.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina will be endorsing New Balance athletic shoes.
In what I see as an expected element of ongoing improvement, the St. Louis Cardinals lost another player via waivers on Sunday, pitcher Maikel Cleto.
One play can make a difference in the career of a young and promising pitcher.
In a very controversial move, St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina was ejected on Sunday. It wasn’t the first time.
One of MLB’s top set up men in 2012 is struggling badly in 2013. What should be done about it?
Former St. Louis Cardinals reliever Chris Perez was forced to delete his Twitter account due to angry Cleveland Indians fans.
The St. Louis Cardinals will apparently have to option out a pitcher on Wednesday. Who do you think it will be?
Reviewing various starting pitching options for the St. Louis Cardinals in Jaime Garcia’s absence.
Game scores put recent St. Louis Cardinals pitching dominance of Shelby Miller and Adam Wainwright into historical perspective.
The current closer of the St. Louis Cardinals, Edward Mujica, is eligible to become a free agent following this season.
Is it a bad thing for some to compare new St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Seth Maness with another former Cardinals hurler, Brad Thompson?
The St. Louis Cardinals stellar set up man in 2012 lost his interim closer job and now is struggling in his old role. A former major leaguer offers his feelings as to why.
Former Brewers pitcher Zack Greinke wishes he had not made critical comments about St. Louis pitcher Chris Carpenter before the 2011 NLCS.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina’s new record label has established a web presence.
A look back at every opening day pitcher in the 16-year history of the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds.
Meet St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Joe Kelly at the St. Louis Sports Co on Thursday, April 11 and win a free autographed 8×10 photo here at The Cardinal Nation blog!
The St. Louis Cardinals catcher is entering the music business.
Why Matt Adams should be the biggest backer of defensive success by Matt Carpenter and Daniel Descalso with St. Louis.
Just 10 games into spring training, St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny is almost ready to declare his fifth starter.
Spring pitching phenom Michael Wacha would likely not be a St. Louis Cardinal had Albert Pujols remained.
Despite a lot of activity, the bottom line for the St. Louis Cardinals middle infield has barely changed since the end of 2012.
Five St. Louis Cardinals players will soon be taking leave from the club’s spring training camps to participate in the 2013 World Baseball Classic.
Comparing ERAs of St. Louis Cardinals pitchers with and without Dave Duncan as pitching coach.
First baseman Matt Adams’ chance of making the St. Louis Cardinals out of spring camp took a couple of blows over the weekend.
Considering the current state of the St. Louis Cardinals rotation and beyond.
The St. Louis Cardinals came down to the last days on a pair of arbitration hearings in 2009. Could it happen again with David Freese in 2013?
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday doesn’t believe current penalties for performance enhancing drugs are strict enough.
St. Louis Cardinals photos from Monday’s third and final session of the 2013 Winter Warm-Up at St. Louis’ Hyatt Regency at the Arch.
Selected St. Louis Cardinals player photos from Sunday’s second day of the 2013 Winter Warm-Up at St. Louis’ Hyatt Regency at the Arch.
The St. Louis Cardinals exchanged arbitration figures with David Freese, Marc Rzepczynski and Jason Motte on Friday.
A look ahead to the top projected stories across the Cardinal Nation in 2013.
The St. Louis Cardinals have five players eligible for salary arbitration in 2013. Two key milestones in the process occur this week.
Kyle Lohse is part of a subset of qualifying free agents still looking for a contract. Is the problem the system or his price?
A look back at the top projected stories across the Cardinal Nation in 2012 from one year ago.
Veteran St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina continues to improve each season. 2012 was no exception.
Veteran right-hander Kyle Lohse made what appears to be his final St. Louis Cardinals season a memorable one.
Another major contributor to the St. Louis Cardinals 2011 World Championship missed most of 2012 due to a series of injuries.
The St. Louis Cardinals relied heavily on Chris Carpenter in 2011, but the veteran right-hander was unavailable for much of 2012.
The St. Louis Cardinals ninth-inning relief situation changed 180 degrees between 2011 and 2012.