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St. Louis Cardinals: Bold Predictions For The MLB Offseason [Opinion]

The MLB offseason is underway and there are quite a few rumors beginning to heat up about potential free agent signings and blockbuster trades. It is expected to be a very busy offseason and the St. Louis Cardinals have already been busy in the first couple weeks. Show More Summary

MLB Trade Rumors: Cardinals ‘Would Probably Include’ Jack Flaherty Or Luke Weaver In Giancarlo Stanton Deal

The St. Louis Cardinals emerged as one of the top suitors of Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton. According to the latest MLB trade rumors, the Cardinals already made a formal offer to the Marlins, and an analyst suggests that St. Show More Summary

MLB Trade Rumors: Giancarlo Stanton And Christian Yelich Trade From Miami Marlins To St. Louis Cardinals?

MLB trade rumors suddenly suggest the Miami Marlins could trade Giancarlo Stanton and Christian Yelich to the St. Louis Cardinals. The Stanton trade rumors have been floating around for a few weeks now, with the Cardinals very interested in adding offense through a trade rather than free agency. Show More Summary

Former Dodger Skip Schumaker sells his home with a batting cage for $2.2 million

Former major league baseball player Skip Schumaker, who was member of the St. Louis Cardinals, Los Angeles Dodgers and Cincinnati Reds, is moving on from his place in Ladera Ranch. Schumaker has sold the five-bedroom estate for $2.2 million, down $100,000 from when he first listed the property...

Baseball, apple pie, and Stan

Ben sends along these two baseball job ads that mention experience with Stan as a preferred qualification: St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Development Analyst Tampa Bay Rays Baseball Research and Development Analyst The post Baseball, apple pie, and Stan appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science.

This day in baseball history — Gibson gets it done on the mound and at the plate

(Paul Mirengoff) On October 12, 1967, the St. Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox met at Fenway Park in Game 7 of the World Series. Bob Gibson, winner of Games 1 and 4, both complete games and one of them a shutout, was on the mound for St. Louis. Boston countered with Jim Lonborg, winner of Games 2 and 5, both complete games and one of them a shutout. The difference

Cardinals' Safety Act proposal gets McCaskill backing

Sen. Claire McCaskill is asking the Department of Homeland Security to give "full consideration" to an effort by the St. Louis Cardinals to enhance security and anti-terrorism measures at Busch … Click to Continue »

St. Louis Cardinals Should Pursue Jake Arrieta In MLB Free Agency [Opinion]

The St. Louis Cardinals’ 2017 MLB season is over and they are already switching their attention to the upcoming MLB offseason. It was a frustrating season for the Cardinals and their fans, but there are a few things that they can do to make sure that they don’t have another frustrating year in 2018. Show More Summary

This day in baseball history: Gibson gives Cards an early edge

(Paul Mirengoff) The 1967 World Series began on Wednesday, October 4 in Fenway Park. The Boston Red Sox participated for the first time since 1946 when they lost in seven games to the St. Louis Cardinals, their opponent once again. The...Show More Summary

The MLB playoff bracket is set

2 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

The Colorado Rockies clinched the final playoff spot in Major League Baseball when the Milwaukee Brewers lost to the St. Louis Cardinals. With that result, we now know all the matchups when the Major League Baseball playoffs begin on Tuesday. Show More Summary

The Cubs basically kept the Cardinals from the postseason by themselves

It wasn’t just that the Cardinals were finally eliminated by the Cubs. It’s that Chicago did this to St. Louis all season long. The Cubs mathematically ended any chance of the Cardinals reaching the postseason with a win on Thursday night, and it was a win meant to hurt St. Show More Summary

Jeezy Throws 1st Pitch at Cardinals Game… (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

Rap Superstar Jeezy was locked and loaded as he prepared to throw the ceremonial first pitch before the Chicago Cubs/ST. Louis Cardinals baseball game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on September 27, 2017. The Grammy nominated, multi-platinum...Show More Summary

Play Ball!! Jeezy Threw Out The First Pitch For The St. Louis Cardinals

2 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Bossip

Yesterday in St. Louis, Grammy Nominated, Multi Platinum Rapper Jeezy threw out the first pitch for the St. Louis Cardinals.In celebration of expanding his business portfolio with his new partnership with Defiance Fuel. Defiance Fuel is the official water for

Poor MLB fan loses nachos in the most devastating way possible, but there's a happy ending

Theirs nothing more tragic than a perfectly fine plate of nachos tumbling to the ground at a baseball game.   Well that's just what happened Monday night as one St. Louis cardinals fan attended his team's game against the Chicago cubs. Cubs...Show More Summary

Fredbird to Surprise St. Louis MetroBus Riders on September 21

The Thursday morning commute will be a lot more exciting than normal for some lucky MetroBus riders on September 21 thanks to the St. Louis Cardinals.

Kyle Hendricks, Addison Russell lead Cubs over Cardinals 4-1

2 months agoNews : USAToday: News

Kyle Hendricks pitched effectively into the eighth inning, Addison Russell homered and the Chicago Cubs beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 to increase their NL Central lead        

Are power & speed players back in MLB?

Tommy Pham joined 20/20 club on Thursday St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Tommy Pham had himself quite a game on Thursday afternoon against the Cincinnati Reds. He walked, then stole second and third base in the third inning, then hitShow More Summary

City on Edge (Again): St. Louis Awaits Verdict in Jason Stockley Trial

I love my city, but I’m well aware of her flaws. Seems like most national press we receive these days is negative. (Why do you think we sing the Cardinals’ praises so loudly?!) Unfortunately, we may be in for more of it: Missouri Gov. Show More Summary

St. Louis Cardinals Fan Flashes The Entire Crowd on The Scoreboard (PIC)

2 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

On Thursday, the St. Louis Cardinals were attempting to extend their four game winning streak as they took on the Cincinnati Reds at Busch Stadium. By the fifth inning, it was already 6-0 and fans were not having a good time at the ballpark. That’s when the camera operators decided t get some fan reactions on […]

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