Checking what two former St. Louis Cardinals crucial to the club’s 2011 World Championship are up to.
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.
All Matt Carpenter did in 2013 was learn a new position and serve as the National League champion’s leadoff hitter, amassing the most hits and runs scored in the league.
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.
16-year, now-retired manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, Tony La Russa, will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
The St. Louis Cardinals relied on a rookie starter in the post-season, but it wasn’t the one most people expected. Still, the Cards would not have made it that far without Shelby Miller.
The St. Louis Cardinals ended up relying on a rookie starter in the post-season, but it wasn’t the one most people expected.
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’ cleanup hitter went down in early August, but a rookie stepped up to help fill the void.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ closer sat out the entire 2013 season, but the team thrived anyway.
Apparently, bad blood remains from the 2013 National League Championship Series.
Former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Mark Mulder is attempting a comeback, something Hall of Famer Jim Palmer once tried, too.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ top home run hitter in 2012 and 2013 has left the club as a free agent.
One in the top handful of prospects in all of baseball did not make his major league debut for the 2013 St. Louis Cardinals due to injury.
The St. Louis Cardinals gave their young and successful manager a contract extension this fall.
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 principal owner Bill DeWitt Jr. is among 16 St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame inductees.
Tony La Russa will almost surely enter the Hall of Fame in 2014, but he did not groom many coaches to be future MLB managers.
A search is underway for the author of a poem written about Stan Musial and left at his grave.
Stan the Man’s personal memorabilia generated strong bidding via a recently-completed online auction.
Checking with other clubs being asked by fans and media why they passed on Michael Wacha in the 2012 draft.
The online auction of Stan Musial’s memorabilia runs through Saturday, November 9.
The St. Louis Cardinals full system view reflects rosters for the 2013-2014 off-season.
Retired St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa will appear on his first Hall of Fame ballot next month.
St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Lance Lynn fell short of arbitration eligibility by three days.
Game 3 of the 2013 World Series ended on a very unusual play that the umpires got right.
The Boston Red Sox originally signed pitcher Carlos Martinez but the St. Louis Cardinals picked him up after his original contract was voided.
Two high-profile 22-year-old pitchers for the St. Louis Cardinals faced the Boston Red Sox in the World Series – 46 years apart.
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha has put his name in the post-season record books.
12 St. Louis Cardinals players are listed 13 times among Baseball America’s top prospects by league.
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?
With Hall of Famer Lou Brock throwing out the ceremonial first pitch prior to Wednesday night’s Game 5 of the National League Division Series, researcher Tom Orf offers up a quick and timely bit of trivia.
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.
Instead of Michael Wacha joining Bud Smith and Jose Jimenez as St. Louis Cardinals rookies who threw no-hitters, he stands with Alan Benes and Rick Wise among those who lost a no-hit bid in the ninth inning.
Only five players in MLB history have driven in 50 runs for two different clubs in the same season and two of them are St. Louis Cardinals.
The rumors linking Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitski and the St. Louis Cardinals are getting stoked up early this year, but the same red flags remain.
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.
Matt Carpenter is on pace to accrue the most triples by a St. Louis Cardinals hitter since at least 2001.
The St. Louis Cardinals have acquired many players over time, but which minor league addition became the best as a major leaguer?
Looking at the placement of four St. Louis Cardinals prospects on six national prospect lists.
The St. Louis Cardinals went almost 12 months between drug suspension announcements, but signed two already-suspended players in the interim.
Hundreds of Stan the Man’s baseball-related treasures are going up for auction.
The offense from St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Pete Kozma has been on a free fall since his surprising September of 2012.
According to Bovada, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Shelby Miller is no longer the gamblers’ favorite to win the National League Rookie of the Year Award, as Yasiel Puig is staking his claim.
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.
Looking at the placement of four St. Louis Cardinals prospects on four national prospect lists.
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?
A guest column from blingboy asking a nagging question about how players should react to suspensions.
Looking at how season-to-date at-bats and innings pitched could end for three key St. Louis Cardinals All-Stars.
Four St. Louis Cardinals farmhands have placed in mid-season national top 50 prospect lists.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ top hitting prospect, currently with Triple-A Memphis, discusses his game.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina will be endorsing New Balance athletic shoes.
The St. Louis Cardinals top draft pick received recognition as college baseball’s top two-way player in 2013.
Who might represent the St. Louis Cardinals on the World roster in the MLB Futures Game if Oscar Taveras cannot play?
Considering possible reasons for the St. Louis Cardinals to repeat their 2012 All-Star Futures Game participants.
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.
The St. Louis Cardinals system view reflects rosters for 2013 short-season play with all organization players listed by level and position.
According to Bovada, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Shelby Miller is the favorite to win the National League Rookie of the Year Award, but Yasiel Puig is making a move.
One play can make a difference in the career of a young and promising pitcher.
St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny discusses his concern over pitchers throwing near batters’ heads.
St. Louis Cardinals minor league left-handed pitcher Nick Greenwood absorbed a double-whammy on Monday, with losses at two different levels of play, in two different roles.