In one of his last interviews, Stan “The Man” Musial shared his thoughts on a variety of subjects.
In one of his last interviews, Stan “The Man” Musial shared his thoughts on a variety of subjects.
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday doesn’t believe current penalties for performance enhancing drugs are strict enough.
A new rumor has the St. Louis Cardinals among teams interested in inconsistent free agent infielder Ronny Cedeno.
Bob Costas and Tom Verducci host a one-hour program to remember Stan “the Man” Musial.
FOX Sports Midwest is scheduled to re-air the tribute to Stan Musial, “Remembering Stan Musial” twice in the upcoming weeks.
My Sunday appearance on Springfield’s KOLR-TV to discuss “The Man”
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.
I joined host Lori Rubinson on WFAN Radio in New York to discuss the life of the late Stan Musial.
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.
Baseball writers and the Hall of Fame itself take the heat for a problem that was not of their own making. MLB needs to step in and demonstrate leadership in dealing with the legacies of players from the steroid era.
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.
Two weeks bring two ridiculously one-sided trade ideas from the world-wide leader in which the St. Louis Cardinals would play the victim.
On November 13, 2011, Mike Matheny was named as the new manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, replacing retired Tony La Russa. While his club was unable to repeat as World Champions, the 42-year-old had a solid first season in the job. Prior to his hire, Matheny had been a special assistant to general manager [...]
Two young St. Louis Cardinals players assumed major roles for the 2012 playoff-bound club, centerfielder Jon Jay and first baseman Allen Craig.
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.
St. Louis Cardinals had five selections in the first round of the 2012 draft, their most in over two decades.
In his first year in the St. Louis Cardinals’ rotation, second-year pitcher Lance Lynn led his team in victories.
Former general manager Jim Bowden thinks the St. Louis Cardinals should trade their two best pitching prospects plus Jon Jay to the Colorado Rockies for Carlos Gonzalez.
The St. Louis Cardinals ninth-inning relief situation changed 180 degrees between 2011 and 2012.
The 2012 St. Louis Cardinals made an under-the-radar trade at the deadline that met their needs perfectly, adding reliever Edward Mujica.
The 2012 St. Louis Cardinals had a surprise standout at shortstop during the final weeks of the season – former first-rounder Pete Kozma.
The hard-throwing right-hander made the unusual move from Double-A to the majors before settling into the 2012 St. Louis Cardinals bullpen.
New Chicago Cub Edwin Jackson and four other well-traveled starting pitchers share one prior fact – they are all former St. Louis Cardinals.
Twice, rookie right-hander Joe Kelly moved into the rotation for others and delivered for the 2012 St. Louis Cardinals.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ top prospect made his major league debut in September.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ hitting coach and former star left one home for another with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
A look back at some prominent St. Louis Cardinals to have worn the number 12 jersey.
A former St. Louis Cardinals third baseman is living in the Houston area and managing a nearby independent league club.
The hot market for free agent pitching could improve the rotation bids of young St. Louis Cardinals starting pitchers.
Former St. Louis Cardinals infielder Ken Oberkfell keeps managing in independent ball.
Four St. Louis Cardinals players will not be participating in catcher Yadier Molina’s charity events in Daytona Beach this weekend as expected.
Long-time St. Louis Cardinals professional scout Marty Keough has received another industry honor, recognized as Baseball’s top West Coast scout.
Three current St. Louis Cardinals may play and two popular former Cardinals will be coaching in the 2013 World Baseball Classic.
Two prominent St. Louis Cardinals figures from the last Century were not elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in voting results announced Monday.
Hall of Fame shortstop Ozzie Smith auctioned off much of his memorabilia, with a seven-digit take.
Catcher Yadier Molina is assembling family and St. Louis Cardinals teammates for a charity softball game in Daytona Beach.
An initial attempt to raise cash for a new generation of Tony La Russa-branded Baseball video games has failed.
A left-handed thrower designated as shortstop appeared in the field in 1954 as part of a unique attempt to retire Stan Musial at the plate.
St. Louis Cardinals third baseman David Freese was involved in a Thursday afternoon automobile accident. Should any explanation be provided?
The St. Louis Cardinals are pleased with the progress shown by two injured players, but does that mean the club should stop looking for alternatives?
An unrealistic trade proposal sending Carlos Beltran to the New York Yankees apparently cooked up by a New York Post writer was rejected by the St. Louis Cardinals.
A look at the numbers indicates a 2012 National League Silver Slugger Award was given to the wrong outfielder.
If you were running the St. Louis Cardinals, would you be willing to give up one of your top pitching prospects for a shortstop? Would you have a choice?
The 2012 St. Louis Cardinals stole the most bases in eight seasons with the best success rate in nine years.
A former owner and shortstop behind some very successful St. Louis Cardinals clubs of the past will soon receive another chance at induction to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Rick Ankiel is reportedly considering a return to the mound. Does he owe St. Louis rights of refusal? Should the Cardinals consider him?
The St. Louis Cardinals full system view reflects rosters for the 2012-2013 off-season.
MLB special assistant Tony La Russa would like to see greater sportsmanship exhibited by players as post-season series conclude.
Hall of Fame shortstop Ozzie Smith announced plans to sell much of his memorabilia and plans the throw out the first pitch for NLCS Game 4 Thursday night.
The St. Louis Cardinals won their first World Series on this date in 1926 behind a most unlikely hero – Grover Cleveland Alexander.
Considering the St. Louis Cardinals’ roster alternatives if Jaime Garcia is out.
Adam Wainwright struck out 10 Washington Nationals, but his St. Louis Cardinals lost on Sunday.
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Carlos Beltran hit a home run from each side of the plate on Sunday, a rare occurrence.
On this date in 1963, the greatest St. Louis Cardinal player of all time, Stan Musial, played in his final game.
If St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright is looking ahead to the National League Division Series, Atlanta third baseman Chipper Jones doesn’t appear concerned about it.
Lance Lynn has done something no other St. Louis Cardinals pitcher has accomplished since 1960.
The 2012 St. Louis Cardinals reached another offensive balance milestone on Saturday, this one in run production.
Vote on what you think would be an acceptable result from St. Louis Cardinals Chris Carpenter’s 2012 debut.
Five 2012 St. Louis Cardinals have 20 or more home runs, but one, catcher Yadier Molina, really stands out.
Looking at the top winning pitchers in recent seasons to evaluate one aspect of Kyle Lohse’s 2012 Cy Young Award candidacy.
Looking at several records set by Hall of Famer Stan Musial being approached by today’s MLB stars.
This date in 1924 was arguably the biggest day in Hall of Famer Jim Bottomley’s career.
The St. Louis Cardinals have three hitters with 20 or more home runs and two more with 19. We look at how that distribution stacks up in team history.
Looking at runs scored against the St. Louis Cardinals by the catcher then behind the plate.
Looking into St. Louis Cardinal Jason Motte’s numbers compared to other MLB closers.
Why couldn’t the 2012 St. Louis Cardinals re-use a lineup trick first deployed by Tony La Russa in September 2000?
The identity of the tallest men to ever play second base for the St. Louis Cardinals may be very surprising. We’ve seen three this season alone.
Will Chris Carpenter return to starting in September for the St. Louis Cardinals? Who might his pitching partner be?
Reversing field, the St. Louis Cardinals reportedly plan to have Shelby Miller make his major league debut in September.
Wondering why the St. Louis Cardinals elected to promote shortstop Pete Kozma over Ryan Jackson on Friday.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ two best pitchers this season are heading for free agency this fall and next. Should the team try to lock up the second before losing the first?
St. Louis Cardinal Kyle Lohse has quietly put together one of the best seasons among National League pitchers.
Two of the St. Louis Cardinals biggest RBI men padded their totals on Sunday.
How does Carlos Martinez’ Double-A results stack up against more highly-touted prospects Shelby Miller and Trevor Rosenthal?
On Sunday, Jaime Garcia became the sixth left-hander in St. Louis Cardinals history to strike out at least 10 and walk no one in a game.
The St. Louis Cardinals lost Friday night for only the 18th time in team history when their opponent did not have a run batted in.
The St. Louis Cardinals will need to make a change to their rotation when Jaime Garcia returns on Sunday. Vote on your preference.
Whether it was a delayed benefit from a no-shake rule or seeing others pass him, St. Louis Cardinals top prospect Shelby Miller has experienced a turnaround recently.
A look at some estimates at the costs involved in the 2012 St. Louis Cardinals keeping or not keeping reliever Octavio Dotel.
Wondering how much difference one short-duration member of the 2011 St. Louis Cardinals would have made to the 2012 club.
St. Louis Cardinals rookie Matt Carpenter is delivering like a veteran pinch-hitter off an inexperienced bench.
A couple of other comparative contact cases to consider in the context of Adam Wainwright.
Considering various timing and action alternatives by the St. Louis Cardinals regarding Adam Wainwright’s contract.
Looking at Adam Wainwright’s contract situation in comparison to other big deals across MLB.
Wondering out loud if the St. Louis Cardinals would consider a trade of their centerfielder for pitching for the second consecutive season.
Hall of Famers Red Schoendienst and Whitey Herzog plus Tony La Russa to appear at Saturday Hall of Fame Awards Presentation.
Looking at pace to the majors in innings-pitched, rather than calendar time.
Looking at the St. Louis Cardinals pitching prospect’s surprising jump from Double-A to the majors from multiple angles.
The late St. Louis Cardinals pitcher is being remembered a decade after his passing in a Thursday night television special.
To begin his MLB career, the St. Louis Cardinals reliever has gone four games of 4 1/3 innings without allowing a single baserunner, tying a record.
The St. Louis Cardinals top position player prospect, outfielder Oscar Taveras, carries a Canadian passport.
The lengths to which Major League Baseball is going to generate interest in the All-Star Game have crossed the line, in my opinion.
Wednesday night marked the 17th time since 2000 that two different St. Louis Cardinals pitchers allowed home runs in the same inning.