Cardinals will try to keep offense pumping against Phillies

The St. Louis Cardinals found some offense in time to end their longest slide of the young season and halt the Philadelphia Phillies' sizzling stretch.Hoping to begin a run in the positive direction, the Cardinals continue their home set with the Phillies on Tuesday night.Adam Wainwright allowed all of Philadelphia's runs in the third inning and delivered a tying three-run homer...
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WATCH: Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright hits an upper-deck blast

One cool thing about the National League if you’re a pitcher, is that you get the opportunity to bat and try to make up for runs you allowed on the mound (Note: I still think we should just have the DH in the NL, but that’s a topic for another day). St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright had allowed three earned runs on Monday night, and came to bat with his team trailing...
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St. Louis Cardinals: April Report Card

One month into the 162-game grind that is the MLB season is hardly a long enough amount of time to make judgements about a team or a player for the rest of the year. However, a month of play does give fans a good idea of certain trends. For the St. Louis Cardinals, it is tough to pick things out, while some developing trends are certainly easier to spot. For example, Aledmys Diaz...
Via Baseball Essential
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Cardinals hit 5 home runs in 10-3 win over Phillies

ST. LOUIS (AP) Adam Wainwright pitched six innings and hit a three-run home run - the first of five for St. Louis - as the Cardinals snapped a four-game losing streak with a 10-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday night. Matt Adams, rookie Aledmys Diaz and Randal Grichuk added solo homers and Kolten Wong hit a two-run homer to help St. Louis overcome a 3-0 deficit...
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Going deep: Cards home runs sink Phillies

The Cardinals got five home runs Monday, including a three-run shot by pitcher Adam Wainwright, to snap the Phillies' six-game winning streak.
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First Look: John Goodman’s Cardinals Bobble Will Be Walter Sobchak!

When you’re wrong. You’re wrong. About a month ago, I took the Cardinals to task for putting out info about the forthcoming John Goodman bobblehead night that included this blurb: The veteran star of the big and small screen, including Argo, Inside Llewyn Davis, and most recently 10 Cloverfield Lane, will throw the ceremonial first pitch prior to the Cardinals taking on the...
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12 hours ago

Waino goes deep, 4 others add home runs

The Cardinals went deep five times in a victory over the Phillies on Monday.
13 hours ago

Peralta fields first grounders since surgery

For the first time since undergoing left thumb surgery on March 10, Jhonny Peralta grabbed a glove and fielded ground balls at shortstop. He wore a hard plastic casing around his thumb for protection.
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Mike Matheny’s endless lineup combinations not helping Cardinals

For all the weird stories involving Cardinals players (Jeremy Hazelbaker, Aledmys Diaz) early this season, perhaps the weirdest thing of all about the 2016 Cardinals is that manager Mike Matheny can’t stick to a lineup to save his life. The manager, perhaps best known for stubbornly sticking to a game plan well after it’s obvious the plan’s not working, is doing the exact...
Via Today's Knuckleball
1 day ago

Minor League Spotlight: Early Returns on Bader and Dejong

Checking in on two of the Cardinals' more intriguing hitting prospects. In last year's Rule IV draft (i.e. the amateur draft, first-year player draft, or just The Draft, whatever you prefer to call it), the Cardinals seemingly made it a priority to pick up some bats. It was a slightly odd approach to a very weak draft, which seemed especially thin on hitting, but looking at the...
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2 days ago

Martinez expected to start Sunday

ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez was expected to start Sunday against the Washington Nationals after leaving the team briefly to address a personal matter. The 24-year-old Martinez is the object of a civil lawsuit filed against him by a woman in West Palm Beach, Fla., near the team's spring training site in Jupiter. General manager John Mozeliak said...
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Cardinals 3B coach Oquendo to have knee surgery, miss season

ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Cardinals third base coach Jose Oquendo will undergo right knee replacement surgery next month and won't return to the team this season. The 52-year-old Oquendo was in town Saturday to have the knee examined. He said the recovery time for the surgery is about six months. Oquendo has been the third base coach for 16 seasons. He was placed on medical leave...
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Cardinals Announce 2016’s Hall of Fame Class

Source: Getty Images On Friday, the St. Louis Cardinals announced the latest class of people they plan to induct into their Hall of Fame. The class includes Chris Carpenter, Joe Torre, Terry Moore, and Sam Breadon. Chris Carpenter pitched for the Cardinals from 2004 to 2012 and took home the National League Cy Young Award in 2005. Carpenter led the NL with a 2.24 earned run average...
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3 days ago

Get used to the Cardinals with home run power

a refreshing change for the offense As I write this before Friday's game, the Cardinals sit in second place in the Majors with 33 home runs, tied with the Rockies and surpassed only by the Diamondbacks, two teams that play in very home run friendly parks. How big of a deal is this power output? Looking at it on a per PA basis, the 2016 team has hit dingers at a faster rate than any...
Via Viva El Birdos
3 days ago

The Cardinals Seem To Be Getting Into Moral Victories

The adjustment from hunted to hunter is going to be harder than I anticipated. On Friday night, the Cardinals lost the opener of a three-game set against the Nationals 5 to 4. Mike Leake, the BIG off-season acquisition for the Birds took the L (0-3) and gave up all five runs. The Nation is growing restless. And they went to Twitter to tell him about it: Is it Mike Leake? Or Mike...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
3 days ago

Chris Carpenter, Joe Torre Headline Cardinals Hall of Fame Class of 2016

The St. Louis Cardinals have announced the selections for the team Hall of Fame Class of 2016. Congratulations to the following 4… Chris Carpenter: Fan Selection Chris Carpenter played nine seasons with the Cardinals, won the 2005 Cy Young award and was selected as a National League All Star three times: 2005, 2006 and 2010.  He made 18 starts for St. Louis during the postseason...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
3 days ago

St. Louis Cardinals: Meet Aledmys Diaz

Say hello to Aledmys Diaz, the next great player out of the farm system of the St. Louis Cardinals. Through 19 games, Diaz batted a scorching and league-leading .468, which would rank as the second-highest all-time in the month of April if he keeps it up. The shortstop stumbled a bit last night in a 3-0 loss against the Arizona Diamondbacks, going 0-3. Now, in 20 games, he is only...
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Cardinals Carlos Martinez — Calls BS on STD Lawsuit

Courtesy of TMZ Sports St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez is ferociously disputing a lawsuit — in which the 24-year-old is accused of giving a woman non-life threatening STDs … after swearing he was clean. The woman behind the suit, filed in district court in Miami, claims she began a romantic relationship with Martinez in 2012 — and the two had an on-and-off relationship...
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Pitchers Can’t Seem to Get the (A)Led(mys Diaz) Out

Note: the editor of this post played no part in the composition of its despicable title. All grievances should be directed to the author, Craig Edwards. Baseball is full of April surprises. Players who come seemingly out of nowhere. Albert Pujols was one such player back in 2001. So was Chris Shelton back in 2005, Devon Travis last year, and Trevor Story already this season. As Trevor...
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Michael Wacha: One of the Best Young Arms

The St. Louis Cardinals Michael Wacha is off to a good start for the Cardinals. He’s currently 2-0 with a 2.82 ERA. He looks to keep the unbeaten streak alive tonight as he looks to mow-down the Arizona Diamondbacks.
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Who will carry the St. Louis Cardinals’ offense?

Through the first 19 games of his MLB career, St. Louis Cardinals’ outfielder Jeremy Hazelbaker (#41) has been a pleasant surprise.  Although, pleasant doesn’t quite do the justice that Hazelbaker’s early statistics seem to deserve.  The 28 year old rookie is batting .308 with five homeruns and 13 RBIs. What has not been impressive for Hazelbaker, however, is his patience...
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St. Louis Cardinals: Who Will Step Up to Carry the Offense?

The St. Louis Cardinals have been off to a decent, but rather lackluster start to the 2016 season. The Redbirds carry the burden of being one of those franchises that has sky high expectations year in and year out.  While an 8-7 start is not bad by any means, The Cardinals have the talent to be performing at a much higher level. The woes with the pitching staff, mainly the starting...
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Matt Holliday nearly hits umpire with bat flip (Video)

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday nearly hit the home plate umpire with a bat flip gone wrong during Saturday's game in San Diego.It happened the top of the sixth as Holliday drew a walk with ball four. Holliday tried to toss his bat towards the dugout, but the bat remained stuck to his glove for an extra fraction of a second, resulting in the bat heading straight up...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Maddon talks Busch Stadium ban on his ‘Try Not To Suck’ shirts

Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon, one of the most eccentric managers to ever patrol a major league dugout, handed out some t-shirt to his players during spring training that conveyed a pretty simple, straightforward message: Try not to suck. The shirts feature the above-mentioned motto along with a pair of glasses resembling Maddon’s trademark frames. Maddon talking about...
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Jaime Garcia Just Pitched the Game of His Life

Jaime Garcia has had Tommy John surgery, rotator-cuff surgery, and thoracic-outlet surgery. Despite those setbacks — or perhaps to spite them — yesterday Garcia pitched the game of his life, throwing harder than he ever has during his career. Garcia’s afternoon was nearly perfect: a wild pitch on a strikeout, a walk that was erased by a double play, and one hard-hit single...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

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