A blown save by Kenley Jansen forced the Dodgers’ game against the St. Louis Cardinals to extend into extra innings Friday night, and the Cardinals’ Matt Adams hit a walk-off home run to right field in the bottom of the 16th for a 4-3 victory. Justin Turner lifted the Dodgers up with a go-ahead...
St. Louis Cardinals star Matt Holliday is "day to day" after a pitch traveling 95 miles per hour slammed into his face during a Thursday night MLB game. That's right — Holliday took a 95-mph pitch to the face and somehow avoided significant...Show More Summary
Aledmys Diaz's walk-off single in the ninth inning gave the St. Louis Cardinals a 6-5 come-from-behind victory over the San Diego Padres on Thursday night.
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday suffered a facial abrasion in his nose and upper lip area after being hit by a pitch in Thursday's game against the San Diego Padres. Continue for updates. Holliday Avoids Facial Fracture,...Show More Summary
Carlos Martinez was dominant after a shaky first inning and a nosebleed in the second, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the San Diego Padres 4-2 Wednesday in the opener of a day-night doubleheader.
Welcome to the third edition of Bleacher Report's MLB rivalry series. In the weeks to come, we'll be highlighting some of the biggest head-to-head rivalries in our national pastime and shining light on the past, present and future of...Show More Summary
If you'll recall, early on this year we wrote about the very strange story in which the at-the-time scouting director for the St. Louis Cardinals, Chris Correa, used the old passwords of a former employee who had since taken a job with the Houston Astros to break into the opposing team's scouting database. Show More Summary
St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Jhonny Peralta is going back on the 15-day disabled list because of a strained ligament in his surgically repaired left thumb. The 34-year-old Peralta (.221, five homers, 13 runs batted in) missed the first 57 games of the season before returning June 7. The...
Former St. Louis Cardinals scouting director Chris Corr […]
The game between the San Diego Padres and St. Louis Cardinals scheduled for Tuesday night was postponed because of anticipated storms.
St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Jhonny Peralta continues to have thumb problems this season, causing him to miss more time. Continue for updates. Peralta Placed on DL Tuesday, July 19 The Cardinals announced via Twitter that they placed Peralta on the 15-day disabled list and brought up Jeremy Hazelbaker and Miguel Socolovich from Triple-A. St. Show More Summary
On Monday, Chris Correa, a former scouting director for the St. Louis Cardinals, was sentenced to almost four years in prison for hacking into the Houston Astros' player database. The sentence was surprising not because it wasn't commensurate with the crime, but because this stuff just doesn't happen very often in sports. Show More Summary
Former St. Louis Cardinals executive Christopher Correa was sentenced to 46 months in prison Monday for violating federal hacking laws as part of a cyberespionage campaign that shook the world of baseball last summer. Correa's crime sounds high tech at first glance: He broke into the Houston Astros' online statistics database, siphoning up valuable information about scouting […]
As prevalent as outrage is in 2016, it’s still subjective.
A federal judge sentenced former St. Louis Cardinals director of baseball development, Chris Correa, to nearly four years in federal prison Monday for “hacking” his way into the Houston Astros’s player database in 2013 and 2014. This...Show More Summary
Former baseball scouting director used ex-employee's password for a St. Louis Cardinals' laptop to guess his new password with the Houston Astros, prosecutors say.
Chris Correa, former director of baseball development for the St. Louis Cardinals, has been sentenced to 46 months in federal prison for accessing the Houston Astros' computer systems.
A former scouting director for the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team was sentenced to 46 months in prison on Monday over a breach of the computer network of the rival Houston Astros, prosecutors said.
Sports often has an “all’s fair” feeling to it, which is fine unless the things regarded as fair among teams violate federal law. Former St. Louis Cardinals scouting director Chris Correa received a 46-month prison sentence for access the Houston Astros’ computer system because Correa suspected that the Astros had obtained proprietary information from the Cardinals. As…
When Miami Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki legged out an infield single in the bottom of the eighth inning during Sunday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals, the hit represented his third of the day and 2,994th of his MLB career,...Show More Summary