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Dodgers' Position-by-Position Breakdown at 2015 Spring Training

The Los Angeles Dodgers underwent their first full workout of spring training this week, officially turning the page on a busy offseason and opening the 2015 chapter with high hopes. Succumbing to the St. Louis Cardinals in the playoffs for a second straight year prompted the franchise to rethink its overall philosophy last October. Show More Summary

Adam Wainwright May Miss Cardinals' Season Opener

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Adam Wainwright won't pitch in exhibition games until mid-March because of his abdominal strain, a delay that could prevent the St. Louis Cardinals ace from starting the major league season opener at the Chicago Cubs on April 5.'

St. Louis Cardinals Honor Oscar Taveras by Helping Current Players

The St. Louis Cardinals are set to launch full-squad workouts in Florida as spring training commences. Yet, they cannot seem to escape the biggest story of their offseason: the tragic death of Oscar Taveras. The team is not trying to...Show More Summary

Adam Wainwright Injury: Updates on Cardinals Star's Abdomen and Recovery

Adam Wainwright is starting 2015 the same way he ended last year: battling an injury. This time, the St. Louis Cardinals ace is reportedly dealing with an abdominal issue. Continue for updates. Wainwright to Receive Exam on Abdominal Pain Tuesday, Feb. Show More Summary

2015 World Series Odds for Every Team at the Start of Spring Training

From the St. Louis Cardinals to the Washington Nationals to the Los Angeles Dodgers, all the usual suspects are assembling. As spring training gets underway, here's a look around the league at 2015 World Series odds for every team in the majors. Show More Summary

Jaime Garcia: 1 of 10 St. Louis Cardinals to Watch During Spring Training

ST. LOUIS — It will be “news” Friday when Jaime Garcia walks onto one of the pitching mounds at the St. Louis Cardinals' spring training complex in Jupiter, Florida, to throw a bullpen session during the team’s first official workout. While...Show More Summary

St. Louis Cardinals: 5 Potential Breakout Candidates to Watch in Spring Training

The St. Louis Cardinals enter spring training as a perennial playoff contender. The team has found success building from within and making smart choices outside of the organization. They enter the 2015 season with very few question marks...Show More Summary

Injuries and Depth Could Turn a Once-Great Cardinals Rotation into a Liability

The understanding is simple enough. The St. Louis Cardinals boast enough talent to house one of the National League’s best starting rotations in 2015, as it did last season. However, health, decline and some unproven commodities make...Show More Summary

Pete Kozma Might Be the Super-Sub the St. Louis Cardinals Need

Pete Kozma 's name doesn't come up a whole lot in St. Louis these days. Once the starting shortstop for the St. Louis Cardinals, Kozma finds himself fighting for a roster spot for the second spring in a row. The odds may be in his favor this time. Kozma is a player who seems to have everything figured out on defense. Show More Summary

10 Questions the St. Louis Cardinals Will Try to Answer in Spring Training

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals’ quest to reach the National League Championship Series for a fifth consecutive year begins next week in Florida. Positive answers to these 10 questions over the next six weeks would provide a good start toward that goal: 1. Show More Summary

(Interview) St. Louis Cardinals Manager Mike Matheny on How His Christian Faith Influences His Coaching Style, Why He Only Coaches a Youth Team of 'Orphans'

The manager of the St. Louis Cardinals Major League Baseball team, Mike Matheny, released a new book offering his critique of how today's parents are ruining the youth-sports experience for children and also touched on how he boldly expresses his love for Jesus in today's increasingly secular environment.

Former Navy Lt. Mitch Harris Moves Step Closer to St. Louis Cardinals Dream

ST. LOUIS — There were times when he was on a naval ship somewhere on the other side of the world that Lt. Mitch Harris wondered if his dream to play major league baseball would ever become more than that or would remain only a dream. He knew the odds were against him. Show More Summary

Mike Matheny Won't Let St. Louis Cardinals Draft His Son

The St. Louis Cardinals are an organization that is deeply rooted in history. The team also has an eye on the future. It has a strong scouting department. It has built a sustainable franchise that is the envy of the league through the...Show More Summary

Issues Between St. Louis Cardinals and Shelby Miller Exposed

The St. Louis Cardinals have long been a team of rich history and respect. The phrase "The Cardinal Way" has become well known. It stands for the way a player handles himself on and off the field. It also seems to give insight into why...Show More Summary

Adam Wainwright's Value for St. Louis Cardinals Goes Far Beyond His Performance

Adam Wainwright has been the ace of the St. Louis Cardinals pitching staff for a few years. Once the understudy to Chris Carpenter, Wainwright now finds himself the veteran of the pitching staff. That role requires much more than just pitching at a high level. Wainwright has often found himself among the top pitchers in his league statistically. Show More Summary

Allen Craig, Former St. Louis Cardinal, Has No Clear Role for Boston Red Sox

The St. Louis Cardinals made their biggest roster move in 2014 when they sent Allen Craig and Joe Kelly to Boston in exchange for Corey Littrell and John Lackey. It was a move that fans questioned, both logically and emotionally. Craig and Kelly were fan favorites in St. Show More Summary

Xavier Scruggs Offers Internal Solution to Power Outage for St. Louis Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals have been successful by almost any standard. The team has consistently found itself in the postseason. It has managed to develop talent at most key positions on the field. It has often been the blueprint by which other teams hope to do business. However, one thing has been noticeably absent. Show More Summary

Jason Heyward Addition Creates Lineup Adjustments for St. Louis Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals made their biggest splash of the offseason early when they completed a trade with the Atlanta Braves, sending Shelby Miller and Tyrell Jenkins to Atlanta in exchange for Jordan Walden and Jason Heyward. The move solidified the gap left in the outfield by the tragic death of Oscar Taveras. Show More Summary

Trevor Rosenthal Seems to Have Embraced Closer Role for St. Louis Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals have been blessed with the gift of pitching over the last few seasons. So much so that Trevor Rosenthal, once viewed as having a future in the starting rotation, has seemingly settled in to his role as the team's closer. Show More Summary

Jason Heyward Says All the Right Things While Speaking with St. Louis Media

The St. Louis Cardinals made their biggest offseason move to date when they completed a trade with the Atlanta Braves that brought outfielder Jason Heyward to St. Louis. Largely quiet since that transaction, Heyward attended the club's annual fan event, Winter Warm-Up, and spoke with the media while he was there. Show More Summary

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