Cardinals Unfurl A Truly Odious Game On Unsuspecting Public

Wow. My heart aches…..and I'm not even watching the debate. #STLCards — Jim Hayes (@TheCatOnFox) September 27, 2016 Conolances if you spent any part of your evening watching the Cardinals ‘play baseball’. Tonight, the #Reds recorded 22 hits for the first time since June 13, 2003 vs. Phillies. — Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) September 27, 2016 ...
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28 minutes ago

Carpenter bothered by soreness in right finger

While struggling to produce since returning from an oblique injury in early August, Cardinals second baseman Matt Carpenter has acknowledged, at various points, that timing issues and trust in his oblique have held him back. Perhaps, now, there is another contributing factor in play.
2 hours ago

Diaz attends service for his friend Fernandez

Cardinals shortstop Aledmys Diaz traveled to Miami on Monday to attend a private service honoring Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, who died in a boating accident on Sunday. Diaz was expected back in St. Louis later in the day, likely in time to be available off the bench for the series opener against the Reds.
3 hours ago

Welp, This Is It

Seven games left, people. Seven. By this time next week the Cardinals will be done playing baseball games that count until April 2017 or getting ready for a 1 game Wild Card showdown. Four against the Reds. Three against the Pirates. This is going to be a stressful week, isn’t it? They Gonna Do It? Yes No  Photo: Lightning Sports Racing
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5 hours ago

Cubs best and worst case scenario in NLDS: The St. Louis Cardinals

With the clustered teams in the National League wild card, things are a little uncertain for the Chicago Cubs heading into the playoffs. At this point, the NLDS is decided for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Washington Nationals—they’ll play each other, with the Nats having an edge on getting the homefield advantage this week. […] The post Cubs best and worst case scenario...
Via Today's Knuckleball
8 hours ago

Garcia returns to rotation as Cardinals start critical homestand

ST. LOUIS -- To make the National League playoffs for the sixth consecutive year, the St. Louis Cardinals will have to conquer their home-field disadvantage.Heading into a regular-season-ending, seven-game homestand that begins Monday night with the first of four games against the Cincinnati Reds, St. Louis owns a 33-41 record at Busch Stadium.It is the first time since the stadium...
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13 hours ago

Mike Shannon’s Is Having A Cardinals Memorabilia Auction

After roughly 30 years of business in downtown St. Louis, Mike Shannon’s restaurant closed this past January. If you ever visited Shannon’s, you might have wondered what was going to happen to all the memorabilia hung on the walls or ensconced in one of their fancy display cases. Wonder no longer. It’s being auctioned off online. And bidding is now live at Leland’s. LINK...
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16 hours ago

Clock ticking on struggling Moss and Co.

Brandon Moss is done tabulating the moral victories. Rather, the Cardinals' first baseman sees a shrinking schedule offering him limited time to reverse the worst skid in his 10-year career.
21 hours ago

Matt Holliday and his underappreciated career with the Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals are set to activate left fielder Matt Holliday sometime after their three-game set at Wrigley ends Sunday. Holliday has missed most of the season’s second half after breaking his thumb on a hit-by-pitch. From an offensive standpoint, the Cardinals don’t really need Holliday. Sure, Brandon Moss is in a horrific slump, […] The post Matt Holliday and his...
Via Today's Knuckleball
4 days ago

Both St. Louis & Los Angeles audiences tuned out the Rams’ return

St. Louis is understandably bitter about the way the Rams franchise left for Los Angeles. Los Angeles, meanwhile, is full of Los Angeles sports fans. When the Rams played their first game since returning to the once-again home of L.A., both fanbases did what you’d expect them to do. Not care. The latest Paul Finebaum calls Michigan fans 'a whiny and...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Shaky Siegrist Secures St. Louis Save

With every game crucial for the St. Louis Cardinals’ fight for a wild card berth, a Sunday ninth-inning baserunning blunder by catcher Yadier Molina led to a tight late-game relief situation on Monday. Molina messed up a first-and-third with one out opportunity on Sunday which could have led to the Cardinals putting away the contest at San Francisco. Instead, with the game remaining...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
6 days ago

Martinez leads Cardinals over Rockies 5-3 with his arm and bat

DENVER -- Carlos Martinez threw five effective innings and added a two-run double, helping the St. Louis Cardinals gain ground in the NL playoff race with a 5-3 win over the Colorado Rockies on Monday night.The Cardinals moved within one game of wild card-leading New York after the Mets lost to Atlanta. San Francisco played later in Los Angeles against the Dodgers.Martinez, who turns...
Via Associated Press
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Holliday’s Absence Not Inconsequential for St. Louis

We don’t talk much about Matt Holliday these days. It’s been awhile since he was one of the best players in baseball. Probably the last time you could have honestly made that claim was in 2014, when his 132 wRC+ was 28th-best in the game. However, with the news that Holliday has probably succumbed to his thumb injury for the rest of the season, I thought we would take a minute...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Right-hander Trevor Rosenthal activated by St. Louis

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Right-hander Trevor Rosenthal was activated from the 15-day disabled list by the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday. He had been sidelined since July 26 with inflammation in his throwing shoulder, that after losing his job as closer in late June. He is 2-4 with a 5.13 ERA and 14 saves in 18 chances in 40 appearances this season, though manager Mike Matheny had...
Via Associated Press
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals activate Diaz from disabled list

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals have activated shortstop Aledmys Diaz before Sunday's game against Milwaukee.Diaz had been on the disabled with a right thumb fracture.On Saturday, Diaz finished his rehab assignment with Double-A Springfield, starting in Game 4 of the Texas League playoffs. He went 0 for 5 in the Cardinals' 10-inning loss to Northwest Arkansas.Diaz has been out...
Via Associated Press
15 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals: The Jedd Gyorko trade has been a steal

Last December the St. Louis Cardinals traded outfielder Jon Jay for infielder Jedd Gyorko. Originally, Gyorko was supposed to be a backup to Kolten Wong and get starts against left handed pitchers. With Wong struggling and Jhonny Peralta and Aledmys Diaz getting hurt, Gyorko started to get more and more playing time. Gyorko has already set a career high in home runs as he has 26...
16 days ago  |  Discuss

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