It's a ticket subscription service, and the St. Louis Cardinals are offering it for the 2017 season
When the St. Louis Cardinals miss the playoffs, it’s considered a rarity. The Cardinals are perennial contenders in the National League, winning 11 World Series titles and only missing the playoffs five times the past 17 years. When St. Show More Summary
Yadier Molina, the St. Louis Cardinals catcher, blasted Major League Baseball’s security measures after what another player described as a “brawl” in the family section during the World Baseball Classic at Estadio de Beisbol Charros de Jalisco on Saturday night in Guadalajara, Mexico. During the game between Puerto Rico, Molina’s team, and Mexico, players spilled […]
The Cardinals missed the postseason in 2016, but they're looking to change that this year
The St. Louis Cardinals, who were 38-43 at home last season, are 6-0 at home for spring training. (That’s swell. Almost means as much as those 81 games.) Manager Mike Matheny was asked a light question about the team’s preseason performance, and I think he tried to be funny and peck at the Cubs? Read more...
The reigning Honda Classic winner has a decent wing, and he showed that off this week
When people ask me what I love, I usually respond, “God, my family, and St. Louis Cardinals baseball … in that order.” Other than the Razorbacks, Arkansas (my home state) doesn’t have much in the way of athletic bragging rights. Both...Show More Summary
St. Louis Cardinals prospect Ryan Sherriff thought he was being pranked this week when team officials asked him for his driver’s license. Star pitcher Adam Wainwright, however, had other ideas. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the right-hander needed Sherriff’s license to rent him a car. The gift of transportation apparently came after Wainwright noticed Sherriff […]
In 1969, St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Curt Flood started carving the path toward free agency in professional sports, and in 1976, it became official: After six years of major league service, ballplayers could choose their next team on their own. Angels reliever Andrew Bailey might be one...
At the turn of the millennium, Rick Ankiel was one of the most talented pitchers in baseball. The problem was that the more the St. Louis Cardinals’ second-round pick threw, the more wild he became. Quickly he would become the subject of highlight shows displaying his pitches blazing well beyond the reach of his catchers […]
Newest St. Louis Cardinals player Dexter Fowler is just one of the latest athletes to speak out and express his disappointment at President Donald Trump’s currently stalled travel ban. Fowler’s wife, Darya Baghbani, was born in Iran, one of seven majority-Muslim countries that Trump’s executive order restricted visas from. This is what Fowler had to say about […]
An off-speed pitch during a pre-spring training bullpen session effectively ended Alex Reyes’ season before it began. The St. Louis Cardinals said Wednesday the 22-year-old right-hander will have Tommy John surgery to replace a ruptured elbow ligament in his pitching arm. Reyes took a pre-spring...
This week in Sports Law covers punishment being handed down by Major League Baseball against the St. Louis Cardinals for hacking the Astros, the NCAA paying hundreds of millions to settle cost-of-attendance litigation and Under Armour being sued by Shawne Merriman for use of Lights Out.
The St. Louis Cardinals scandal—in which then-scouting director Chris Correa used a former colleague’s password to access the Houston Astros’ player database over 50 times in 16 months—is unprecedented in baseball history. This must have made Commissioner Rob Manfred’s decision on how to punish the Cardinals all the… Read more...
The St. Louis Cardinals spent 2016 pulling surprise performances from a variety of sources. How many of those can we count on in 2017?
The National League powerhouse loses two draft picks and must pay $2 million in fines for hacking the Houston Astros in 2013.
BASEBALL NEW YORK (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals were stripped of their top two picks in this year's amateur draft and ordered to give them to Houston along with … Click to Continue »
The St. Louis Cardnials were fined and lost draft picks as part of the hacking of the Houston Astros. Here's where Commissioner Manfred fell short.
NEW YORK (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals were stripped of their top two picks in this year's amateur draft Monday and ordered to give them to Houston along with $2 million as compensation for hacking the Astros' email system and scouting database, the final and unprecedented step in an unusual case of cybercrime involving two Major League Baseball teams. [...]Show More Summary
Still have the best fans in America, though.