Pitcher Bud Norris and the St. Louis Cardinals finalized a $3 million, one-year contract as the team started spring training workouts
(Paul Mirengoff) Wally Moon died last week. He was an outfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals and the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1950s and early 60s. Moon was Rookie of the Year in 1954 when, replacing the extraordinarily popular Enos Slaughter in the Cards outfield, he batted.304 and scored 106 runs. Show More Summary
Mike Matheny is well aware that he has yet to earn a World Series championship ring during his six seasons as the manager of the St. Louis Cardinals
After a long run of success, the Cardinals are stuck in a two-year playoff drought. But Scott White says they're still well-positioned to compete, equipped with Fantasy standouts new and old.
St. Louis Cardinals rumors have been confirmed by beat writer Derrick Goold. A new closer for the Cardinals has been announced by the team, with President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak confirming the news. The report by GooldShow More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) On January 11, 1968, the world champion St. Louis Cardinals traded Alex Johnson to Cincinnati for Dick Simpson. The Cardinals had high hopes for Johnson when they obtained him, in effect, for aging stars Dick Groat and Bill White two years earlier. Show More Summary
ST. LOUIS - Tonight a young lady with only weeks to live in the Dominican Republic is in St. Louis to get the lifesaving treatment she needs to survive. Read more...
The St. Louis Cardinals have received federal certification giving the organization legal protections in the event of a terrorist attack at Busch Stadium. Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill says the U.S. … Click to Continue »
The MLB trades continue for the Miami Marlins, as the team has a pending deal in place to trade Marcell Ozuna to the St. Louis Cardinals for several players. The latest news arrives just after Miami’s biggest star, slugger Giancarlo Stanton, was sent to the New York Yankees late last week. Show More Summary
St. Louis and San Francisco both released statements saying that they had tried to acquire the NL MVP from the Marlins in a trade, but he nixed it.
The Cardinals had reached a trade agreement with the Marlins, but Stanton has a full no-trade clause
Over the past several weeks, the MLB trade rumors involving Giancarlo Stanton have really heated up as two teams have seemed to emerge as frontrunners. One of those teams is the San Francisco Giants, who were nowhere near contending this past MLB season, but have had talks with the Miami Marlins regarding a trade. Show More Summary
The St. Louis Cardinals are hoping to get themselves back into World Series contention next season and will need a big offseason to do so. After finishing the 2017 season with an 83-79 record, the Cardinals will need to make some major...Show More Summary
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
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
The free agent first baseman may be a fit in St. Louis
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 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...
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(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