Jon Jay was the St. Louis Cardinals' center fielder and primary leadoff man when he went on the 15-day disabled list with a wrist injury.
The confetti fell. In front of the mound, the St. Louis Cardinals mobbed each other.
Jason Heyward atoned for a critical error with a game-tying homer leading off the ninth inning and the St. Louis Cardinals scored the winning run on catcher Jordan Pachecho's throwing error, completing a three-game sweep with a 4-3 victory on Wednesday night.
Karlie Kloss is focused on the baseball field while attending the Cardinals baseball game at Busch Stadium on Monday (May 25) in St. Louis, Miss. “So this just happened….#BucketListItem?? #STLcards @cardinals #Surreal (thanks FredBird for all the pitching pointers!),” the 22-year-old supermodel wrote on Instagram with a video of herself threwing out the ceremonial first [...]
1. Breakout Star Shelby Miller Revving Up Atlanta's Rebuilding ATLANTA – The best trades are the ones that help both teams, and while Jason Heyward has been a key in pushing the St. Louis Cardinals to baseball's best record, Shelby Miller's...Show More Summary
Jaime Garcia won for the first time in nearly a year, working six solid innings, and Randal Grichuk homered for the St. Louis Cardinals, who beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-4 on Tuesday night.
St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Matt Adams left in the fifth inning of Tuesday night's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks after suffering a right quadricep injury. Continue for updates. Adams Hurts Quad Tuesday, May 26 The Cardinals are currently categorizing Adams' injury as a quad strain. Show More Summary
Though she’s best known for her runway prowess, it turns out Karlie Kloss has a knack for athletic pursuits as well. On Monday (May 25) the former Victoria’s Secret Angel suited up and tossed out the first pitch to kick off the action between the St. Show More Summary
And the team went immediately into groveling mode (CBS St. Louis) A photo of St. Louis Cardinals mascot Fredbird holding a “police lives matter” sign was posted to a police
Jhonny Peralta hit a game-ending homer in the 10th inning, lifting the St. Louis Cardinals to a 3-2 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday.
The St. Louis Cardinals requested that the St. Louis Police Officers Association take down a picture they posted of their mascot, Fredbird, with a "Police Lives Matter" sign.
This weekend, the most decorated team in National League history, the St. Louis Cardinals ushers in its second group of inductees to their Hall of Fame. This collection of talent includes Marty Marion, Willie McGee, Jim Edmonds and Mike Shannon. Show More Summary
The St. Louis Cardinals, who launched their franchise’s Hall of Fame in January of this year, has announced that four new members will be inducted along with the twenty-two men who were inducted immediately. Those initial twenty-two,...Show More Summary
In January, the St. Louis Cardinals announced the first class for their club’s Hall of Fame. It will have a physical structure within Cardinal Nation in Ballpark Village. The Cards are one of the most decorated franchises in all of sports...Show More Summary
Another major retirement in the world of Major League Baseball has occurred as Lance Berkman has called it a career. Berkman last played with the Texas Rangers, won a World Series with the St. Louis Cardinals, but had his seasons with...Show More Summary
Just days after winning the World Series, St. Louis Cardinals Manager Tony LaRussa has decided to retire. On three occasions, LaRussa managed teams to World Series victories and was widely praised for his cerebral style of managing. We don;t generally rank managers on our list, but if we did, we know that LaRussa would be very high on our list.
Congratulations go out to the St. Louis Cardinals who ended their dramatic playoff run capturing their 11th World Series. For our purposes, this adds to the already Hall of Fame careers of Albert Pujols and Tony LaRussa, but does this aid others in their Cooperstown quest? How about Lance Berkman? Does this help propel his resume? What about Chris Carpenter? Just our thoughts!
In response to a request from the St. Louis Cardinals, the St. Louis Police Officers Association has taken down a Facebook photo of Fredbird, mascot for the St. Louis Cardinals, posing with a blue sign that reads, “POLICE LIVES MATTER,” the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. The...
Unbeaten Michael Wacha won for the seventh straight time this year and the St. Louis Cardinals ended their season-worst three-game losing streak by beating the Kansas City Royals 6-1 Sunday.
The St. Louis Cardinals mascot attended a St. Louis police department function and posed for a picture with a sign that read "Police Lives Matter."