The St. Louis Cardinals’ current Scrabble point champion tied a former player from 1950.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ current Scrabble point champion tied a former player from 1950.
Former Cardinals closer and Hall of Famer Dennis Eckersley is voted onto 11-man dream team.
In Scrabble scoring, how does Marc Rzepczynski stack up compared to others in the St. Louis Cardinals organization?
With declining attendance and the future of Albert Pujols to be determined, how will the St. Louis Cardinals approach this off-season?
A venture capital firm in partnership with Tony La Russa’s Red Bird Cinema may be forced into bankruptcy
St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Chris Carpenter could present a strong case if he chose to sue his teammates over lack of support.
Greg Gibson has ejected Tony La Russa three times in the last four years and been involved in other controversial plays affecting the St. Louis Cardinals.
MLB’s head for on-field matters wants players to show more respect for the game while supporting umpires in his remarks.
New St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Edwin Jackson was roughed up for ten runs against first-place Milwaukee on Wednesday.
St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa covets left-handed reliever Arthur Rhodes and made it known to everyone.
Chicago Cubs outfielder Marlon Byrd supports a slide by St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday that took out his teammate Starlin Castro on Saturday.
Chicago Tribune columnist Phil Rogers sees Wednesday’s trade centering on Colby Rasmus and Edwin Jackson much differently than others.
The St. Louis Cardinals dealt centerfielder Colby Rasmus to the Toronto Blue Jays in an eight-player deal on Wednesday.
In a Tuesday afternoon video, the manager of the St. Louis Cardinals expresses continued concern over his centerfielder Colby Rasmus.
Like a St. Louis Cardinals outfield predecessor from 30 years ago, Colby Rasmus has chosen not to speak with the media.
The father of St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Colby Rasmus is not the player’s only outside source of hitting instruction.
Exclusive interview with Hall of Fame closer Dennis Eckersley in which we discuss closing, the St. Louis Cardinals’ pitching, the manager’s tenure and more.
An earlier St. Louis Cardinals hitting star relied on his father for regular hitting instruction, like Colby Rasmus is today.
The manager of the St. Louis Cardinals discusses challenges facing his struggling centerfielder Colby Rasmus as well as where he sees the responsibility resides
St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols is moving up career hit lists while improving his 2011 totals as well.
Once thought to be washed up, Lance Berkman has been a savior for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Both Albert Pujols and his St. Louis Cardinals team lead the National League in an unenviable category.
What move might the St. Louis Cardinals make to clear space on their 40-man roster for a fresh pitcher?
Upcoming Curt Flood HBO special serves as Trojan horse for a writer’s attack on an ex-star player.
On Monday, Chris Carpenter and Johnny Cueto take each other on once again.
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter is being asked to do more, much more, and so far, is responding. Can the 36-year-old keep it up?
Two St. Louis Cardinals relievers did their jobs Tuesday night, but one once again did not.
Comparing the St. Louis Cardinals’ record with and without Albert Pujols.
The St. Louis Cardinals full system view reflects rosters for the 2011 regular season and short-season clubs.
The St. Louis Cardinals badly need a major dosage of the Chris Carpenter and Albert Pujols of old.
Recapping some of the key elements of the rumored MLB realignment proposals with a chance to express your opinion.
Background for those arriving here looking for comments by Tony Rasmus about his son, St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Colby Rasmus.
Former Houston Astros star Lance Berkman compares his old club to his new home in St. Louis.
The 20-game hitting streak of St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Ryan Theriot ended on Wednesday night, short of past team greats.
Very few St. Louis Cardinals pitchers have thrown more pitches in securing a save than did Fernando Salas on Tuesday night.
Sinking the Chicago Cubs with walkoff home runs in extra innings on Saturday and Sunday put St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols in select company.
The Cubs’ general manager may be in trouble and the team is floundering under his choice as skipper.
Colby Rasmus and Aubrey Huff both had six RBI on Thursday night. It was only the third time in history a St. Louis Cardinal and opponent did it in the same game.
A quick look at new St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Lance Lynn’s recent usage history.
No St. Louis Cardinals closer has ever logged his first ten saves without a blown opportunity faster than Fernando Salas in 2011.
What may be the St. Louis Cardinals’ biggest minor league promotion of the year was announced by the player himself – via Twitter.
Colorado’s Todd Helton eventually renegotiated his nine-year contract downward after his performance declined. Would Albert Pujols do the same?
The St. Louis Cardinals and Colorado Rockies both feature ground-ball staffs with strong starting pitching and hittable relief.
In terms of crucial RBI for the St. Louis Cardinals, Daniel Descalso’s 2011 start trails only Mark McGwire and Albert Pujols in the last 60 years.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ centerfielder has a higher average, is drawing more walks, striking out less and scoring more often, but his power is down.
Links to several videos of features about St. Louis Cardinals prospects.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina is off the best start with the bat in his seven MLB seasons.
In a rare occurrence, a St. Louis Cardinal reached base twice in his first Major League game when light-hitting Pete Kozma did it Wednesday night.
The former St. Louis Cardinals first baseman looks back at the difference between baseball’s integration and desegregation.
Fernando Salas is the only St. Louis Cardinals reliever not to blow a save or take a loss in 2011.
Over the last season plus six weeks, St. Louis Cardinals left-hander Jaime Garcia has been pitching in some select company.
Speculation that Albert Pujols may end up as a Chicago Cub starting in 2012 is growing and the two sides are contributing.
The St. Louis Cardinals had a trio of unusually well-pitched games this past weekend – their best in almost four decades.
Examining inhibitors that might keep Albert Pujols from being granted an ownership stake in the St. Louis Cardinals.
Is Albert Pujols’ impending free agency affecting his results on the field? The first of our reader contest submissions digs into the question.
Albert Pujols and his St. Louis Cardinals are leading MLB in an unenviable stat, grounding into double plays.
St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Kyle Lohse has returned to 2008 form this season. Ian Walton helps us understand how.
St. Louis Cardinals closer Mitchell Boggs is 3-for-3 in saves, but so were 45 other Cardinals since 1950.
St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa maneuvered through the rules and the weather to secure a pitching advantage against Dusty Baker and Cincinnati in Friday’s game one.
On Thursday, Kyle Lohse pitched one of the best April games in St. Louis Cardinals history.
Jake Westbrook, struggling in 2011, may be asked to pitch on three days rest on Sunday night. He has had mixed results doing this in the past in a very limited sample.
An almost-forgotten name from the 1970’s had an unbelievable start closing games.
St. Louis Cardinals closer Ryan Franklin joins select company in having blown four save opportunities in his team’s first 16 games.
The St. Louis Cardinals pounded the ball once again Friday night, led by Albert Pujols and Lance Berkman.
Eduardo Sanchez became the first St. Louis Cardinal ever to fan five in a relief debut of less than three innings.
In an unexpected event, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Kyle McClellan excelled Monday night at the plate as well as on the mound.
St. Louis Cardinals left-hander Jaime Garcia made his second consecutive nine-strikeout start on Saturday night. Here is how they stack up against others.
The St. Louis Cardinals superstar first baseman and his team are struggling in the early going.
The St. Louis Cardinals full system view reflects full-season club rosters for the 2011 regular season and Extended Spring Training invitees.
Looking at historical comparisons to St. Louis Cardinals’ left-hander Jamie Garcia’s complete-game four hit shutout with nine strikeouts on Sunday.
A series of questions to determine what you would do if you were the St. Louis Cardinals, having to decide how to deal with Matt Holliday’s unexpected time out of the lineup.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ new right fielder is hitting just .200 on the spring with no extra base hits since March 1.
MLB Network analysts John Hart and Harold Reynolds answer St. Louis Cardinals questions in support of their 30 Clubs in 30 Days Cardinals segment.
Comparing pros and cons of Matt Carpenter, Ramon Vazquez and Daniel Descalso, competitors for one job with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Ex-St. Louis Cardinals hitting coach passed away in his sleep, reports former student Eduardo Perez.
I hear all the early St. Louis Cardinals camp excitement about third baseman Matt Carpenter, but my thoughts are elsewhere, back in 2005.
A national writer is quoted as saying the t. Louis Cardinals have concerns about the accuracy of their superstar’s age.
Results from a series of reader polls on the subject of St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols’ contract.
While the St. Louis Cardinals have twice experienced the loss of a 20-game winner for the entire next season, neither case turned out well.
The St. Louis Cardinals full system roster view reflects rosters for 2011 spring training.
Many in the Cardinal Nation are upset over Adam Wainwright’s injury. Should they be angry at the Reds’ Jonny Gomes, too?
With news of Adam Wainwright’s elbow injury, how does the St. Louis Cardinals rotation look for 2012?
Bad feelings remain in New York even after a new deal with Derek Jeter was done. Could the same thing happen in St. Louis with Albert Pujols?
Readers can select the components of their best contract offer to soon-to-be free agent Albert Pujols.
Looking back at three big Albert Pujols stories from seven years ago.
On February 18, 2004, I broke the story of an event that was unprecedented in Major League Baseball.
Differing reports on the specifics of the Albert Pujols contract negotiations leave no clear answers.
What did St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols say about his contract in spring training camps during the most recent two springs?
Once Albert Pujols saw his shadow, his contract saga was assured of continuing for months.
Putting Albert Pujols’ opportunity to remain a life-long St. Louis Cardinal into games-played context.
Selected photos from the St. Louis Cardinals’ Stand for Stan Day, last October 2.
How might the story unfold if the St. Louis Cardinals and Albert Pujols are unable to come to contract terms by the reported deadline of February 16?
Stan Musial’s Medal of Freedom presentation can be seen by all over the internet.
The St. Louis Cardinals risked a small missed opportunity cost in releasing infielder Felipe Lopez in September. It looks like it didn’t matter.
St. Louis Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III outlines team finances and specifically those surrounding new Busch Stadium.
The national media and a segment of St. Louis Cardinals fans reacted strongly to a rumor that Albert Pujols would veto any trades. Why were they surprised?
St. Louis Cardinals Albert Pujols’ endorsement earnings have grown to about half his baseball salary, but the first baseman still dropped in the 2011 Power 100.
Video highlights of the Baseball Writers’ dinner roast are also posted at FOXSportsMidwest.com.
Former St. Louis Cardinals infielder/outfielder Joe Mather discusses his move to the Atlanta Braves.
A look ahead to the top projected stories across the Cardinal Nation in 2011.