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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

Cardinals intend to extend Bruce Arians and Steve Keim

The Cardinals won 21 games over the last two seasons, the first time that’s happened in the organization since Don Coryell coached the St. Louis Cardinals to 21 wins during 14-game seasons in 1975 and 1976. Coryell was gone from the team after the 1977 season, but it seems the club would like to keep…

Lynn Gets $22M Deal From Cards as 18 in Arbitration Settle

2 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Bats

St. Louis pitcher Lance Lynn was among 18 players who avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to contracts Thursday, reaching a $22 million, three-year deal with the Cardinals.

St. Louis Cardinals' Extension for Lance Lynn Is Good for Both Sides

The St. Louis Cardinals have reached an agreement on a three-year contract worth $22 million with pitcher Lance Lynn, as first reported by Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com. The length of the deal has since been confirmed by the team in aShow More Summary

Lance Lynn Re-Signs with Cardinals: Latest Contract Details and Reaction

The St. Louis Cardinals have a reputation for making astute moves, and they furthered it Thursday by re-signing starting pitcher Lance Lynn to a three-year contract. According to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com, the 27-year-old righty will...Show More Summary

St. Louis Cardinals' Top 10 Prospects for 2015

The once-stocked Cardinals system isn ’t as strong as previous years, though that was to be expected after the team graduated Kolten Wong and Carlos Martinez to the major leagues last season and tragically lost a future star in Oscar...Show More Summary

Cardinal Burke: Serving at Mass is a 'manly' job

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Cardinal Raymond Burke, the conservative former archbishop of St. Louis who was demoted from a top Vatican position by Pope Francis, is back in the news.

Without Cardinals, Kurt Warner isn’t Hall of Fame finalist

What Kurt Warner did in six seasons with the St. Louis Rams -- win a Super Bowl, play in another and earn two MVP trophies -- will go down in NFL lore. What he did with the Arizona Cardinals, however, will get him into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Warner was named one of 18 finalists for the Hall of Fame. Show More Summary

Hall of Fame finalist: Kurt Warner

The St. Louis Rams' Kurt Warner is one of 15 finalists. The Pro Football Hall of Fame's 2015 class will be announced on Jan. 31. Aside from some of the greatest baseball Cardinals, there might not be a more beloved athlete in St. Louis history than Warner. Show More Summary

St. Louis Cardinals Starting Pitchers May Not Be as Healthy as They Say

The St. Louis Cardinals have found success over the last few seasons with a strong pitching staff. The rotation, while successful, has been a source of injury concern. The team has seemed confident that the starting pitchers are healthy for the 2015 season. Show More Summary

How Shocking Cardinals Splash for Price, Hamels or Scherzer Would Shake Up N.L.

The St. Louis Cardinals have been quiet ever since starting their winter off with a bang by acquiring Jason Heyward. A bit too quiet. But maybe not for much longer. Word is the Cardinals want to make another bang. And if they pull it...Show More Summary

Top 5 St. Louis Cardinals Stories from 2014

As the world prepares to turn the final calendar page of 2014, it creates a time of reflection. The 2014 calendar year was a busy one for the sport of baseball, and the St. Louis Cardinals are no exception. The top five stories of 2014 give a snapshot of a dynamic time in St. Show More Summary

St. Louis Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks: Breaking Down Seattle's Game Plan

Though all but one playoff team is decided on, there is still plenty at stake for NFC teams. While the Seattle Seahawks (11-4) currently sit atop the conference after their dominant victory over the Arizona Cardinals last week, the No. Show More Summary

First title for St Louis

DAVID R. SANDS: St. Louis claims first crown in U.S. Chess League playBy David R. Sands - The Washington Times - Monday, December 22, 2014In St. Louis this year, the Cardinals were good, but the Arch Bishops were better.The baseball team may have come up short in the playoffs, but the Gateway City’s U.S. Show More Summary

Chandler Catanzaro kicks way to NFC special teams honors

The Cardinals were forced to improvise at quarterback last Thursday against the Rams when Drew Stanton went down with a knee injury. Ryan Lindley was summoned from the bench for his first action of the year against a good St. Louis defense on the road, but the Cardinals were able to navigate their way to…

NFL 2014 Week 15 Recap

NFL 2014 Week 15 Recap Arizona Cardinals at St. Louis Rams — San Francisco and Seattle get all the attention but the entire NFC West is about nasty, physical defenses. Bruce Arians and Jeff Fisher both bought the heat in the Thursday night game, resulting in an old-school bare-fisted slobberknocker without a touchdown. Greg Zuerlein […]

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