A St. Louis Cardinals promotional program new to some has them strangely angry.
A St. Louis Cardinals promotional program new to some has them strangely angry.
A series of somewhat-related, somewhat non-related newspaper-oriented items in the news.
Autograph prices at the St. Louis Cardinals fan event, Winter Warm-Up, demonstrate an appreciation of the down economy.
After the St. Louis Cardinals ate the final year of Adam Kennedy’s contract, they turned second base over to neophyte Skip Schumaker – and it worked!
McGwire story and association with Yardbarker leads to national exposure for Cardinals-oriented blog.
Using unearned runs to measure fielding prowess, St. Louis Cardinals minor leaguers don’t measure up to par.
Some major league clubs have advantageous leases that offer flexibility but shackle their communities. Others carry stadium-related debt.
Rankings for the entire Cardinals team, not just their free agents, offer some interesting comparisons.
This blog is officially one year old today, December 12.
The progression of St. Louis Cardinals spring training ticket prices since 2000.
The title pretty much says it all – links to 2010 schedules for the St. Louis Cardinals and their top minor league affiliates.
Commentary on 20 search arguments that recently brought readers to TheCardinalNationblog.com.
Toronto offers at least one recent indication of scouts coming back into prominence.
Chicagoan Nick Kladis, a member of the St. Louis Cardinals ownership group, passed away on Monday.
Tony La Russa’s use of pitchers in the eighth spot in the St. Louis Cardinals lineup ended in late July. Did it matter this season?
Catch Brian Walton talking Cardinals baseball with Matt Perrault and Ken Miller on KXnO FOX Sports Radio 1460 in Des Moines today (Friday) at 6:05 p.m. Central.
An in-depth look at St. Louis Cardinals participation in the mid-summer prospect showcase shows strong representation from the 2005 draft class.
The last two Astros managers lost their jobs when St. Louis arrived in town.
Looking at the results of the first dozen games in September by world champions this decade.
The St. Louis Cardinals have fared very well against elite closers recently
Calling out stat sheet similarities between the St. Louis Cardinals and their Triple-A affiliate, the Memphis Redbirds
The Birdhouse has become The Cardinal Nation, while The Cardinal Nation blog… remains The Cardinal Nation blog!
The title pretty much says it all.
Riverfront Times did just that with some current and former Cardinals. Their wrists were slapped as a result. Was it warranted?
Despite what some think, the St. Louis Cardinals are spending money. Where is all the “DeWallet” whining now?
The St. Louis Cardinals system rosters are refreshed to reflect the three US-based short-season clubs: Batavia, Johnson City and the Gulf Coast League Cardinals.
Reporting from the new Citi Field in New York as the Cardinals visit the Mets.
Catch Brian Walton live on KXnO FOX Sports Radio Des Moines at 5:30 P.M. Central today, Tuesday.
St. Louis Cardinals runners have scored as a result of each of their last three balks received.
The St. Louis Cardinals system rosters are refreshed to reflect the start of the regular season of the Dominican Summer League.
The St. Louis Cardinals are dropping their use of tandem starting pitchers in their second of two full-season affiliates where deployed.
The former Cy Young Award-winning pitcher turned doctor and pitching coach responds to recent articles related to his interaction with the St. Louis Cardinals
The St. Louis Cardinals’ relievers are leading the world in lowest percentage of inherited runners scoring. That is good, but not the end-all.
The St. Louis Cardinals system rosters are refreshed to reflect the start of the regular season of the Venezuelan Summer League.
Complaints that the St. Louis Cardinals didn’t sign enough veterans to minor league contracts do not hold water.
A take off on a current issue as a way to reconcile a long-standing inconsistency across MLB.
Committing the most errors in MLB over a season doesn’t rule out making the playoffs, but it sure is rare.
Head-to-head stats from the six Cardinals-Cubs games to date indicates a leader among “equals”.
Springfield Cardinals utilityman Steven Hill is leading the Double-A Texas League in batting average, slugging and OPS.
Depending on how you look at it, St. Louis Cardinals average attendance is down either 9.4% or 5.1% year-to-year.
The St. Louis Cardinals are hitting and pitching well in the early going of the 2009 season.
A complete listing of all 282 players currently known to be under contract in the St. Louis Cardinals organization from top to bottom by level and position.
Catch Brian Walton on KXnO FOX Sports Radio in Des Moines on Wednesday, April 8 at 2:30 p.m. Central time.
Not yet having the roster for the St. Louis Cardinals A-Advanced club won’t stop us from speculating.
How St. Louis Cardinals players were treated in the Tout Wars industry drafts in New York over the weekend.
St. Louis Cardinals minor league spring training game action from Thursday, March 26.
Tony La Russa has made a change to the bottom of the St. Louis Cardinals lineup again, though it is not cut and dried.
During spring training, new St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Khalil Greene has been either really good or really bad. It seems to transfer to his regular seasons, as well.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ projected player payroll is down $8.6 million from 2008, very close to the average for clubs in the top half of spending across MLB.
Looking at what readers are currently asking about the St. Louis Cardinals through a search of their web queries.
St. Louis Cardinals news include three former hurlers finding new homes, three additional spring training invites and more.
Breaking down which St. Louis Cardinals players debuted during the Tony La Russa years and which exhausted their rookie status in the process.
Digging into the numbers to try to understand how the 2008 St. Louis Cardinals bullpen went south.
The St. Louis Cardinals appear to have revised their player payroll budget down for 2009. Is it justified? How can we know?
Lee Enterprises announced their sale of 2.7% of the St. Louis Cardinals to the team’s majority ownership group. It is not enough to solve their deep financial problems.
A series of quick hits on and links to recent St. Louis Cardinals baseball news.
Former St. Louis Cardinals slugger Mark McGwire, tainted by steroids suspicion, loses ground in the 2009 Baseball Hall of Fame voting.
A complete listing of all 306 players currently known to be under contract in the St. Louis Cardinals organization from top to bottom by level assigned and primary position.
Autograph prices at the St. Louis Cardinals fan event, Winter Warm-Up, offer one view of fan valuation of current players.
A reader asks a question to settle a brotherly bet that takes us back to 1986 and Ozzie Smith’s greatest-ever defensive play.
When will the St. Louis Cardinals major and minor leaguers report to camp and how does the World Baseball Classic affect spring training?
Taking a look at television-related St. Louis Cardinals news
The St. Louis Cardinals have announced the schedule for the team’s 2009 Cardinals Caravan, making stops in Missouri, Illinois, Iowa and Tennessee this month.
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The St. Louis Cardinals would be better off if free agent left-hander Odalis Perez lands in the National League Central – with one of their competitors!
A look back at the biggest stories across the St. Louis Cardinal Nation during 2008 begins with numbers 16 through 20.
The parent of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Lee Enterprises, Inc. is on the verge of bankruptcy. They also own a minority stake in the St. Louis Cardinals.
The St. Louis Cardinals seem to be pushing special ticket deals more furiously than ever before. Is the economy a factor?
Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle is not counting the St. Louis Cardinals out of the 2009 National League Central race, though he sees the local Astros at risk of hitting bottom.