A look back at the top projected stories across the St. Louis Cardinals world in 2014 from last January.
A look back at the top projected stories across the St. Louis Cardinals world in 2014 from last January.
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras died in October in his native Dominican Republic. His girlfriend also was killed in an automobile accident due to his drunken driving.
The St. Louis Cardinals once again eliminated the Los Angeles Dodgers from MLB’s post-season as Matt Carpenter starred with the bat and Yasiel Puig wore the black hat.
The St. Louis Cardinals addressed their right field need by acquiring Jason Heyward from the Atlanta Braves.
Through year one of Jhonny Peralta’s four-year contract, the risk taken by the St. Louis Cardinals in bringing in the controversial veteran shortstop paid off.
At the July 31 deadline, the St. Louis Cardinals added pitcher John Lackey and a minor leaguer for pitcher Joe Kelly and 1B/OF Allen Craig.
Rookie second baseman Kolten Wong persevered through demotion, injury and post-season benching to post a very strong rookie season for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Once again, St. Louis Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright was a top candidate for the National League Cy Young Award, but again fell short in 2014.
The St. Louis Cardinals received painfully little offense from the important right field position in 2014.
The St. Louis Cardinals had to make a series of adjustments to their rotation, including two trades, due to major injuries to Michael Wacha and Jaime Garcia.
Somehow, the St. Louis Cardinals managed to remain in the playoff race for almost two months while Yadier Molina was injured.
New special takes viewers behind the scenes at the Winter Meetings with St. Louis Cardinals executives.
The long-time manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, Oakland A’s and Chicago White Sox, Tony La Russa, was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in July.
Prior to the season, if anyone had forecast consistency in centerfield for the 2014 St. Louis Cardinals, they probably would have been referring to Peter Bourjos, not Jon Jay.
The 2014 St. Louis Cardinals had four National League All-Stars, plus their manager. The only two to appear in the game had a rough night.
St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter inked a six-year contract this past spring, but his results were down in 2014.
Changing one small word turned a “run of the mill” off-season speculation article into major rumor news. Too bad it is apparently erroneous.
St. Louis Cardinals closer Trevor Rosenthal usually got the job done in 2014, but it was often a wild ride.
The St. Louis Cardinals remained in-house to replace Dan Kantrovitz as director of scouting with Chris Correa.
Responding to reader comments about the state of the St. Louis Cardinals system related to Dan Kantrovitz’ three drafts as scouting director.
For each of the last two winters, the St. Louis Cardinals bestowed a 40-man roster spot on a free agent signee that led me to scratch my head as to why.
Brian Walton discusses the Jason Heyward trade and the St. Louis Cardinals offseason with Ken Miller of KXnO FOX Sports Radio 1460 in Des Moines.
The last time the Braves and Cardinals swapped a major league outfielder, Atlanta made a huge mistake – one they are still living down 11 years later. Could the reverse happen now?
St. Louis Cardinals prospects C.J. McElroy, Sam Tuivailala and Tyrell Jenkins are among 2014 Arizona Fall League players with a standout tool.
The St. Louis Cardinals need offensive help, but seem worried about potential additions blocking others.
Veteran minor league pitching coach Arthur (Ace) Adams is leaving the St. Louis Cardinals for the Houston Astros.
SABR Defensive Index ranks Marlins shortstop 14th, yet Adeiny Hechavarria was in the top three of the final Gold Glove Award scoring. The metrics placed Cardinal Jhonny Peralta third.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ full system view by position and level reflects the 2014-2015 free agents with all organization players listed by level and position.
Brian Walton’s and Pat Parris’ discussion about Oscar Taveras of the St. Louis Cardinals with Ken Miller of KXnO FOX Sports Radio 1460 in Des Moines.
The Houston Astros will make St. Louis Cardinals area scout Charlie Gonzalez a special assistant.
Will the St. Louis Cardinals look to add a more experienced bench coach to assist manager Mike Matheny?
The St. Louis Cardinals are not happy with outfielder Oscar Taveras and now we know, too.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ most dependable reliever during most of the season, Pat Neshek, is scuffling when the team needs him most. It is reminiscent of the Edward Mujica situation in 2013.
Why do the St. Louis Cardinals seem to have so many outfielders and so few first basemen?
St. Louis Cardinals infielder Daniel Descalso has matched a career feat previously accomplished by Jose Oquendo, among others.
Two recent data points indicate St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright’s Cy Young Award chances are declining.
As Tony La Russa entered the National Baseball Hall of Fame, some tried to drag him down on the steroids subject.
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?
Lance Lynn has won at least 10 games in his first three first halves in the St. Louis Cardinals rotation – a rare feat.
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.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ full system view by position and level reflects the 2014 draft plus rosters for short-season play with all organization players listed by level and position.
St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter became the 21st player in team history to reach base every time in a game with at least six plate appearances.
Too many seem to be expecting too much too soon from St. Louis Cardinals outfield prospect Oscar Taveras.
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.
Retired St. Louis Cardinals greats Ozzie Smith and Jim Edmonds share their thoughts on defense this week on FOX Sports Midwest.
Three key hitters for the St. Louis Cardinals are not producing consistently with runners in scoring position.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ most influential teacher ever was passed over in the organization’s 2014 Hall of Fame selections.
The 2011 Colby Rasmus trade was a shocker to many, but the St. Louis Cardinals may benefit further in the future from the deal.
Matt Adams’ Wednesday home run was the longest of the season hit at Busch Stadium.
The St. Louis Cardinals continue to be well-represented in John Sickels’ national prospect rankings.
The St. Louis Cardinals Double-A club in Springfield has commissioned three interesting new characters.
In just four of the last 45 years did the St. Louis Cardinals’ team RBI leaders through 22 games have fewer than in 2014.
Who would have guessed that after three weeks, big first baseman Matt Adams would be leading the St. Louis Cardinals in batting average and multi-hit games?
All Lance Lynn does in the early going each season is win games – at a historic rate.
Lance Lynn dominated hot-starting Milwaukee’s lineup Monday night. He has done the same kind of thing before.
Articulating a concern different from some others with how Friday’s St. Louis Cardinals home loss was managed.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ full system view by position and level reflects rosters for the 2014 regular season.
It seems like Major League Baseball clubs are locking up talented young pitchers earlier and earlier. The St. Louis Cardinals surely have candidates, but should they leap?
The bar was set too high for St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Pete Kozma. Is it happening again for Aledmys Diaz?
The St. Louis Cardinals landed a top Cuban free agent middle infielder, but how good is Aledmys Diaz?
A pre-vote for your two favorites among the eight to appear on the first St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame ballot.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ full system view by position and level reflects rosters for 2014 spring training.
Two players with similarities are going to be earning very different salaries for at least five years, starting with this season.
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.
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez is preparing this spring as a starting pitcher. Some may be reading more into that than they perhaps should.
The St. Louis Cardinals appear to be “in” on a hot Cuban infield prospect. Will they get their man?
One former St. Louis Cardinals position player-turned emergency pitcher has reportedly made the move for good. Could another be far behind?
Two star pitchers have battled a debilitating nerve condition. One is still fighting the fight – with the support of the other.
Retired manager Tony La Russa will enter the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in May.
February 21 event at Jupiter, Florida will offer fan access to the St. Louis Cardinals manager and selected players.
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.
Two St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Famers to recount their most unforgettable games on MLB Network.
Will the increase in St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha’s workload in 2013 lead to 2014 problems?
In the last five months, three St. Louis Cardinals minor leaguers have failed drug tests.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame has not stepped forward when tough decisions needed to be made.
Tony La Russa wants to be a baseball team executive. Here is how it might best work out.
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.
Both skippers from the 2013 NLCS, Don Mattingly of the Dodgers and Mike Matheny of the Cardinals, have since scored multi-year contract extensions.
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.
On January 20, the greatest St. Louis Cardinals player of all time died.
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.