One-hour, tape-delayed special premieres Sunday and replays throughout August and September.
One-hour, tape-delayed special premieres Sunday and replays throughout August and September.
Remembering a series of escalating incidents that began with accusations of improperly rubbed up baseballs in 2009 and 2010.
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.
Two star pitchers have battled a debilitating nerve condition. One is still fighting the fight – with the support of the other.
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.
According to his agent, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter will retire as an active player.
How might St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter’s path to return to the majors be scheduled?
Reviewing various starting pitching options for the St. Louis Cardinals in Jaime Garcia’s absence.
Former Brewers pitcher Zack Greinke wishes he had not made critical comments about St. Louis pitcher Chris Carpenter before the 2011 NLCS.
Comparing ERAs of St. Louis Cardinals pitchers with and without Dave Duncan as pitching coach.
Considering the current state of the St. Louis Cardinals rotation and beyond.
The St. Louis Cardinals relied heavily on Chris Carpenter in 2011, but the veteran right-hander was unavailable for much of 2012.
Vote on what you think would be an acceptable result from St. Louis Cardinals Chris Carpenter’s 2012 debut.
Could minor league fans see two recovering MLB heavyweights meet in Springfield on Saturday?
Will Chris Carpenter return to starting in September for the St. Louis Cardinals? Who might his pitching partner be?
Despite the current injury situation of the St. Louis Cardinals, their top first base prospect remains at Triple-A. I believe that is the right way to go – at least for now.
On Monday, the St. Louis Cardinals moved Lance Lynn from relieving to starting. Why did they wait for an injury to another?
A look back at the top projected stories across the Cardinal Nation in 2011 from one year ago.
The heavy underdog St. Louis Cardinals defeated the team with baseball’s best record, the Philadelphia Phillies, in the first round of the 2011 playoffs.
The St. Louis Cardinals and their veteran rotation anchor have good reasons to stay together for two more seasons.
Chris Carpenter’s seventh post-season win tied him with Hall of Famer Bob Gibson for the most in St. Louis Cardinals history.
Looking at the best playoff pitching performances in the history of the St. Louis Cardinals.
On the eve of NLCS Game 1, Milwaukee starter Zack Greinke ripped St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter.
The St. Louis Cardinals have a number of choices as they set their playoff rotation. Who would you start and why?
No NL pitcher has more no-decisions in 2011 than St. Louis Cardinal Chris Carpenter. The offense is hitting into more double plays and scoring fewer runs when he takes the mound.
The St. Louis Cardinals and pitcher Chris Carpenter have reportedly agreed to continue their long marriage for two more years. Is it good or bad news?
St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Chris Carpenter could present a strong case if he chose to sue his teammates over lack of support.
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?
The St. Louis Cardinals badly need a major dosage of the Chris Carpenter and Albert Pujols of old.
Looking at historical comparisons to St. Louis Cardinals’ left-hander Jamie Garcia’s complete-game four hit shutout with nine strikeouts on Sunday.
MLB Network analysts John Hart and Harold Reynolds answer St. Louis Cardinals questions in support of their 30 Clubs in 30 Days Cardinals segment.
With news of Adam Wainwright’s elbow injury, how does the St. Louis Cardinals rotation look for 2012?
A look ahead to the top projected stories across the Cardinal Nation in 2011.
Performance on the field in 2010 seemed to confirm the passing of the torch of ‘the ace of the St. Louis Cardinals’ from Chris Carpenter to Adam Wainwright.
Looking at ERA+ marks by the St. Louis Cardinals’ top three pitchers over the Albert Pujols years.
Intended only in fun, this award honors the highest level of hitting futility by a St. Louis Cardinals pitcher in a season.
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter collected his 17th complete game for the club, the most over the last decade, but few compared to past greats.
Putting St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter’s nine consecutive wins against the Cincinnati Reds into historical context.
At age 35, Chris Carpenter has been pitching deep into games for the St. Louis Cardinals this season.
Has Adam Wainwright supplanted Chris Carpenter as the St. Louis Cardinals’ ace – on paper, at least?
Adam Wainwright, Chris Carpenter and Jaime Garcia are among MLB’s top pitchers this season.
No team has more seven or more inning starts with no or one run allowed this season than the St. Louis Cardinals.
History is on the side of Chris Carpenter and the St. Louis Cardinals Friday night in Pittsburgh.
Chris Carpenter added his name to an exclusive list on Thursday night with his second consecutive ten-strikeout game for the St. Louis Cardinals.
A look back at the top projected stories across the Cardinal Nation in 2009 from one year ago.
Chris Carpenter and Adam Wainwright led the St. Louis Cardinals pitching staff all season long but fell short in individual recognition.
Minnesota’s Joe Mauer missed the first month and won the AL MVP in a landslide while Chris Carpenter lost the NL Cy Young Award because he missed 30 games.
Using an MVP-like scoring system for the Cy Young Award keeps Tim Lincecum on top.
Would a hypothetical expansion of the 2009 National League Cy Young Award vote to five places have changed the winner?
Two former Cleveland stars face off Wednesday night for other teams while the Cardinals’ aces are under contract at least three more seasons.
Is Chris Carpenter’s NL-leading 2.24 ERA enough to win the 2009 Cy Young Award?
Adam Wainwright is on his way to the seventh-best pitching season in MLB this decade.
Injured at the plate while swinging earlier this season, Chris Carpenter instead put a hurt on the Reds Thursday with his bat.
The Cardinal Nation blog has again been highlighted on KSDK Channel 5, the Sunday home of the St. Louis Cardinals. This time, the focus was on three 15-game winners – if Joel Pineiro can squeeze out one more…
Can aces be pitched too much and peak too soon? Will it be too late to adjust if it happens?
Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter’s win, low hits allowed and strikeout rates are now in Bob Gibson territory. That is a pretty rare place, indeed.
Joel Pineiro is striving to join two St. Louis Cardinals teammates with 15 or more wins. It would be just the 21st time for the franchise since 1901.
The Cardinal Nation blog has again been highlighted on KSDK Channel 5, the Sunday home of the St. Louis Cardinals. This time, the focus was on Chris Carpenter’s strikeout to walk ratio.
Chris Carpenter hasn’t walked three or more batters in a game in 35 starts, covering the last three years
In 2009, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter is delivering the best season in franchise history in terms of strikeout-to-walk ratio
The St. Louis Cardinals’ top three starters have 43 quality starts among them so far this season
Cardinals starting pitchers Chris Carpenter and Joel Pineiro are not beating themselves with the walk, putting together a pair of impressive streaks
Chris Carpenter’s 12th scoreless eight-inning outing Friday night puts him “just” 55 behind the great Bob Gibson
Chris Carpenter’s six runs on 11 hits on Tuesday broke an impressive run of pitching.
St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Chris Carpenter has failed to secure a win twice in the last month despite his continued mound excellence.
Chris Carpenter is facing the New York Mets for only the fifth time in his career and third as a St. Louis Cardinal.
St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Chris Carpenter has gone ten games and counting without allowing more than six hits or three runs.
St. Louis Cardinals starters lead the National League in ERA and in fewest home runs allowed.
Chris Carpenter can tie a 41-year-old St. Louis Cardinals record with a fifth consecutive shutout start on Saturday.
Chris Carpenter is the only active pitcher to collect ten or more strikeouts in a game for the St. Louis Cardinals. It hasn’t always been a rarity, however.
Curious about the best St. Louis pitching performances over five games and more during the last 50 years? If so, it’s right here!
The St. Louis Cardinals rarely have held opponents to two or fewer runs in three consecutive games. One occurred this week. Can they reach four or even five?
What’s being discussed in Washington as the St. Louis Cardinals prepared to play the Nationals in a four-game series.
Like Chris Carpenter today, former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Woody Williams was shelved by a ribcage injury back in 2002.
Starting pitcher Chris Carpenter joined 55 other St. Louis Cardinals who have thrown a no-hitter or one-hitter in the last half century.
The St. Louis Cardinals may have some good reasons to be nervous about going beyond three years on player contracts.
Big strikeout games from St. Louis Cardinals pitchers have become a very rare occurrence, but it wasn’t always that way.
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Kyle McClellan would like to return to starting in 2009, but the decision is not in his own hands.
The final article in Brian Walton’s series looking back at the biggest stories across the St. Louis Cardinal Nation during 2008 and now, looking ahead to 2009.
Brian Walton’s look back at the biggest stories across the St. Louis Cardinal Nation during 2008 continues with the top five.