The Atlanta Braves made a blockbuster trade when they sent Jason Heyward to the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday, and the organization is now also reportedly fielding trade offers for power-hitting outfielder Justin Upton. According toShow More Summary
Ben Newman is on fire. And I’m proud to say he’s a friend, mentor and someone that oozes positivity into my life. Plus, he’s a die hard St. Louis Cardinals fan, so what’s not to love? Here’s just a few of Ben’s accomplishments Super successful insurance agent (which he recently retired from) International speaker Author […]
The MLB offseason finally had its first blockbuster trade on Monday, but many more are likely coming before the season begins. Jason Heyward was dealt from the Atlanta Braves to the St. Louis Cardinals, via the Braves' Twitter account. Show More Summary
After a relatively quiet start to the baseball off-season, the hot stove came to a boil on Monday. The St. Louis Cardinals, fresh off their loss in the National League Championship Series, bolstered their lineup, acquiring outfielder Jason Heyward in a trade with the Atlanta Braves.
The St. Louis Cardinals and Atlanta Braves provided some excitement for fans on a November Monday that had most of the nation trying to figure out how to stay warm. Most baseball fans don't expect to be debating their team's future while also seeing snow fall. Show More Summary
Over the last month the St. Louis Cardinals’ offseason agenda went from lacking substantial need to becoming shoppers for bargain free agents. Big-game spending is out of the question. Throwing wads of cash at aging vets is both foolish...Show More Summary
Oscar Taveras, the rookie outfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals killed in a car crash in his native Dominican Republic on October 26, was drunk at the time of the crash, according to the Dominican Republic's attorney general’s office. Show More Summary
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras was exceedingly drunk when he crashed his car in the Dominican Republic last month—killing himself and his girlfriend—according to the Associated Press. The AP quotes a spokesperson from the Dominican attorney general's office, who says that Taveras was "legally intoxicated when he crashed." Read more...
St. Louis Cardinals rookie Oscar Taveras' blood alcohol level was 5-TIMES the legal limit at the time of his fatal crash last month... officials in the Dominican Republic say. The 22-year-old MLB rising star died on October 26th when the car…
The St. Louis Cardinals organization was shaken when Oscar Taveras, a 22-year-old outfielder expected to do great things, was killed in a car crash in late October. It was an equally tough blow for the Dominican baseball community, and countryman Yordano Ventura paid tribute to Taveras during the World Series, with an inscription on the […]
Dominican officials say St. Louis Cardinals rookie outfielder Oscar Taveras was drunk at the time of his fatal car crash last month.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina and Kansas City Royals outfielder Alex Gordon officially went platinum. Major League Baseball announced on Friday night that the two won the Platinum Glove Award, which is awarded to the best...Show More Summary
The St. Louis Cardinals enter the offseason having just missed an opportunity at another World Series. Their offseason got off to a tragic start with the sudden death of young outfielder Oscar Taveras. Now, general manager John Mozeliak...Show More Summary
The St. Louis Cardinals were escorted into the offseason short of winning their 12th World Series championship. Looking ahead, the core of the team remains intact, and the Cardinals will need to make some cost-effective adjustments to their roster this winter. Big spending is out of the question. Show More Summary
The St. Louis Cardinals face a few questions during the offseason as they prepare for 2015. The team has found a successful formula by cultivating talent in their minor league system. General Manager John Mozeliak has also shown that...Show More Summary
The St. Louis Cardinals made the playoffs yet again in 2014, so with much of the roster set already, the team's front office will try to add some complementary pieces that can get the team back to the World Series next year. St. Louis...Show More Summary
In the midst of one of the most exciting World Series in a long time, tragedy struck the St. Louis Cardinals. Having been eliminated by the San Francisco Giants on their way to a world championship, many Cardinals players had returned home to visit family. Show More Summary
An early playoff exit has given Dodgerland a lot to think about this winter. The Los Angeles Dodgers were among the best in baseball throughout the regular season but were sent home (again) by the St. Louis Cardinals. This time, they...Show More Summary
San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval finished the 2014 postseason with 26 hits in 71 at-bats, breaking the single-postseason record of 25 hits that was previously shared by David Freese (2011 St. Louis Cardinals), DarinShow More Summary
Major League Baseball honored Oscar Taveras, the St. Louis Cardinals outfielder who was killed in a car crash Sunday in the Dominican Republic, with a moment of silence before Game 6 of the World Series. Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura went with “RIP OT #18? in big letters on the front of his cap. […]