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Three New Arizona First-Time Managers Have Cardinals Ties

Former St. Louis Cardinals Mark Grudzielanek and Joe Mather are among new managers in the Arizona Diamondbacks minor league system.

Joey Bombs prepares for new life with the Atlanta Braves

Former St. Louis Cardinals infielder/outfielder Joe Mather discusses his move to the Atlanta Braves.

The Cardinal Nation Blog top stories of 2009 #11: Third base turmoil

Eight different players had a piece of the St. Louis Cardinals’ starting third base job in 2009. None of them did much of anything with it.

Cardinals weekend transactions

The St. Louis Cardinals made three roster moves from A-Advanced Palm Beach up through Triple-A Memphis.

Who will be the first player called from Memphis?

When the St. Louis Cardinals need reinforcements from Triple-A, who will receive the call?

Freese’s January Auto Accident Slows 3B Bid

David Freese, the early leader to take the interim third base job for the St. Louis Cardinals, is slowed by injuries resulting from a January car accident.

Cardinals unnecessary second and third base intrigue

Recent actions by the St. Louis Cardinals front office are causing already-wary fans to wonder what is going on.

Could Mather at third help unlock Colby in the outfield?

The extent of Joe Mather’s versatility might help determine the timing of Colby Rasmus’ MLB debut with the St. Louis Cardinals.

Projected Top Five St. Louis Cardinals Stories of 2009

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.

Eleven Cardinals Rookies Debuted in 2008

During the 2008 regular season, the St. Louis Cardinals called up eleven different players from the minors for their first exposure to the big leagues, the most in the Tony La Russa era.