The Simpsons has proved to be quite good at predicting the future. There was that one time when Homer nearly calculated the mass of the Higgs boson particle. And remember when the show foreshadowed the St. Louis Cardinals hacking scandal?...Show More Summary
There's no mistaking the powers that be in Major League Baseball. The Kansas City Royals, San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers and St. Louis Cardinals have done a lot of winning recently, and now the Chicago Cubs, New York Mets and Houston Astros look ready to follow their fine examples. Eh, but enough about them. Show More Summary
With apologies to Mike Leake, the St. Louis Cardinals didn't get an ace this winter. But they might be getting an ace back, which could be equally huge. We're talking about Adam Wainwright, one of the best pitchers in baseball when he's...Show More Summary
I was 12 years old when my beloved St. Louis football Cardinals, of Jim Hart and Dan Dierdorf and Roy Green and Big Red training camp in Charleston, Illinois, moved West to Arizona and left me and a gaggle of other crying Midwesterners in their wake. That team was everything... More »
Sirius XM Fantasy Sports held their F.S.T.A. Experts Fantasy Baseball Draft on Tuesday, which would not have been noteworthy at all had St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright not called into the show personally to debate his fantasy value. The 34-year-old right hander has been one of the best starting pitchers in baseball over the […]
At the age of 34, St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Adam Wainwright will be looking to once again prove he is one of the best starting pitchers in all of baseball after tearing his Achilles early last season. While he still believes in himself, some fantasy baseball owners may be cautious when it comes to taking the veteran pitcher. Show More Summary
Not sure if you heard, St. Louis Cardinals fans, but Jason Heyward skipped town. Worse still, he's a Chicago Cub now. OK, sorry. Our purpose here isn't to rub salt in that particular, still-festering wound. Quite the contrary, actually...Show More Summary
The St. Louis Cardinals agreed to one-year contracts with closer Trevor Rosenthal, reliever Seth Maness and first baseman-outfielder Brandon Moss, avoiding salary arbitration.
As of this week, St. Louis is a two-sport town. Both of those franchises were represented at the puck drop for last night’s Blues-Hurricanes game, offering a show of solidarity, but the fans added a little extra message of their own for the owner of their former football team. Read more...
Sports fans in the city of St. Louis are having a rough go of it lately. Fresh on the heels of losing their football team to Los Angeles, now we are learning that the federal government has charged former Cardinals scouting director Christopher Correa with unauthorized access into the Houston Astros computer systems. Show More Summary
After losing two professional football teams – the Cardinals and now the Rams – many leaders and fans in St. Louis are done with the NFL.
South Korean reliever Seung-Hwan Oh will be taking his skills stateside after agreeing to a deal with the Cardinals.
St. Louis was willing to contribute millions to a new stadium for the Rams. Ultimately, it wasn’t nearly enough. Owner Stan Kroenke, named for Cardinals legends Stan Musial and Enos Slaughter, has become a villain in his home state, thanks to an NFL vote that authorized on Tuesday night his relocation of the Rams to…
The St. Louis Cardinals said they had signed Seung Hwan Oh, who had 357 saves in South Korea and Japan.
South Korean reliever Seung-hwan Oh signed with the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday, general manager John Mozeliak confirmed at a press conference. "Ultimately we brought Oh in to what we feel is already a very dynamic bullpen and he will...Show More Summary
The St. Louis Cardinals made some history yesterday. That’s the good news. The bad news is that it came in the cyber-espionage (...)
The former director of scouting for the St. Louis Cardinals pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to hacking the player personnel database of the Houston Astros in an unusual case of high-tech cheating involving two Major League Baseball clubs. Christopher Correa pleaded guilty to five counts...
The former scouting director of the St. Louis Cardinals has pleaded guilty in federal court to hacking the Houston Astros' player personnel database. Christopher Correa pleaded guilty Friday to five counts of unauthorized access of a protected computer, access authorities said dated back several...
Chris Correa, the former scouting director of the St. Louis Cardinals who was implicated in a hacking scandal involving a computer database belonging to the Houston Astros, is scheduled to plead guilty Friday to federal criminal charges in connection with the case. The Wall Street Journal’s Brian Costa and Devlin Barrett were the first to […]
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Chris Correa, former scouting director for the St. Louis Cardinals, will plead guilty to hacking the Houston Astros’ internal database. (If you want to look at exactly what kind of information the Cardinals got from the hack, you can read our reporting on it here. ) Read more...