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The Cardinals rallied for two runs in the ninth inning for a walk-off win, as Phillies' closer Jeanmar Gomez suffered his first blown save.
After relying on home runs much of the season, the Cardinals strung together some good at-bats that didn't involve the long ball in a win over the Phillies.
Cardinals' outfielder Tommy Pham began a Minor League rehab assignment on Wednesday with Triple-A Memphis.
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The Cardinals and Padres are the only teams with three first-day picks in June's Draft. The Cardinals have three picks in the top 34 overall selections.
Jerad Eickhoff will face Jaime Garcia in the final game of a four-game series between the Phillies and Cardinals.
Ryan Howard's home run and seven scoreless innings from Aaron Nola were enough for a 1-0 Phillies' victory over the Cardinals.
Joe DiMaggio amassed a 56-game hitting streak 75 years ago. Top that in Beat the Streak, and $5.6 million is yours.
Who do the Cardinals have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for St. Louis' Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Michael Wacha allowed one run in eight innings Tuesday, a home run to Ryan Howard, but showed dominant stuff otherwise.
Matt Adams doesn't just hit home runs, he's started to look for ways to beat the shift. On Monday, he bunted for a base hit against the Phillies.
Pitcher Mitch Harris has been cleared to resume his throwing program after getting a second opinion on his right elbow.
Two pitchers seeking their first victory of the season -- Adam Morgan and Mike Leake -- square off in the third game of a four-game series between the Phillies and Cardinals.
The Cardinals went deep five times in a victory over the Phillies on Monday.
The Cardinals got five home runs Monday, including a three-run shot by pitcher Adam Wainwright, to snap the Phillies' six-game winning streak.
Randal Grichuk snapped an 0-for-20 skid with two hits off the bench for the Cardinals on Monday, including a home run.
Class A Advanced High Desert has been rolling of late, winning eight of their last 10 games to move into first place atop the California League South division. Lefty Yohander Mendez and second baseman Travis Demeritte have been key to High Desert's early success.
MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers.
Yadier Molina does some push-ups at the plate
St. Louis native Max Scherzer dazzled in his homecoming to help the Nationals wrap up a sweep of the Cardinals with a 6-1 victory on Sunday.
Before leaving the ballpark on Saturday, right-hander Carlos Martinez encouraged manager Mike Matheny to start formulating a Plan B.
Christina Sego -- a single mom, teacher and cancer survivor -- has been named the Cardinals' Honorary Bat Girl as part of a Major League Baseball initiative to recognize fans who have been affects by breast cancer and who demonstrate a commitment to supporting the fight against the disease.
For the first time since undergoing left thumb surgery on March 10, Jhonny Peralta grabbed a glove and fielded ground balls at shortstop. He wore a hard plastic casing around his thumb for protection.
For the second straight game, the Nationals parlayed a four-run inning into a road victory over the Cardinals, this time claiming a 6-1 victory on Saturday at Busch Stadium behind another strong performance from starter Joe Ross and an early three-run home run by Jayson Werth. For the Cardinals, the loss wrapped up a month in which they went 1-7 against teams with winning records.
It was never realistic to hold the Cardinals' rotation to last season's standard, when it became the third unit since 1988 to post a sub-3.00 ERA. But St. Louis also expected this 2016 group to be better than this year's first impression indicates.
Third-base coach Jose Oquendo announced that he will be undergoing right knee replacement surgery next month, which will preclude him from returning to the Cardinals' coaching staff this season.
The lawyer for Carlos Martinez has told TMZ that allegations in a lawsuit against the Cardinals right-hander "are 100 percent false."
With some previous success against Stephen Strasburg working in his favor, Cardinals first baseman Matt Adams drew his eighth start of the season on Friday and parlayed it into a three-RBI night.
An overturned call and a two-run homer by Danny Espinosa sparked the Nationals in a four-run fourth inning that proved to be just enough for them to hold on for a 5-4 victory on Friday night against the Cardinals.
That 2016 class, which was announced on Friday, includes former Cy Young Award winner Chris Carpenter, former MVP Joe Torre, four-time All-Star Terry Moore and Sam Breadon, who oversaw the organization win nine National League pennants during his run as president and majority owner.
Jhonny Peralta could begin a Minor League rehab assignment by the third week of May, and Tommy Pham could be off the disabled list by then, Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said while offering a list of injury updates prior to Friday night's game against the Nationals.
The St. Louis Cardinals remain proof positive that winning is good for the bottom line.
There was a moment earlier this week when, as Aledmys Diaz stepped into the batter's box, Adam Wainwright turned to his teammates and asked them to set the odds that Diaz would get a hit. Fifty percent, one responded.
Rubby De La Rosa struck out a career-high 10 and allowed two hits in a dominating performance Thursday night as the D-backs beat the Cardinals, 3-0, to split the four-game series at Chase Field.
With Jameson Taillon's impressive start to the 2016 season, you would never suspect that he hadn't pitched competitively since '13. The Pirates' No. 4 prospect (No. 51 overall) improved to 2-0 on Thursday, firing seven innings of one-run ball for Triple-A Indianapolis in a win against Norfolk.
The Cardinals were already perturbed by the late start time scheduled for their getaway day in Arizona, with manager Mike Matheny going as far as calling it "ridiculous." His club's travel plans were unexpectedly aided by the fact that it played its quickest game of the season, though even that did little to placate any frustration.
The potent Cardinals offense collected 14 hits and rolled past the D-backs, 11-4, Wednesday night at Chase Field, marking the fifth straight game St. Louis has scored at least seven runs.
Adam Wainwright knows that most everyone will want to talk about his bases-loaded triple, the first by a Cardinals pitcher in such a spot since 2005 and the hit that keyed the Cardinals' 11-4 win over the D-backs on Wednesday.
The Cardinals took a calculated gamble this past offseason that Brandon Moss would be better than his first impression when they signed the first baseman/outfielder to an $8.25 million contract. That made Moss the seventh-highest-paid player on the club, a distinction he's thus far backed with production.
Bobby Bradley is on a roll right now, and his hot hitting continued on Wednesday.The No. 90 overall prospect helped Class A Advanced Lynchburg to a 12-6 win over Winston-Salem by going 3-for-5 with a home run, a pair of doubles and three RBIs.
For three years, manager Mike Matheny has fielded questions about his club's power drought, and for three years, he's insisted a breakout is on the horizon. Those words suddenly have some muscle behind him.
Carlos Martinez scattered three hits and fanned four over eight innings as the Cardinals beat the D-backs, 8-2, on Tuesday night at Chase Field to even the four-game series at a game apiece.
As the Chase Field visiting clubhouse slowly emptied following Monday's 12-7 loss to the D-backs, Cardinals reliever Seth Maness remained in front of a computer and next to Adam Wainwright, whom he had specifically sought out for advice after another tumultuous appearance.
A weekend series in which he became the first Cardinals rookie since Wally Moon (1954) to post a five-hit game and the first since Bake McBride (1974) to tally eight hits over a two-game stretch earned shortstop Aledmys Diaz a stay in the Cardinals' lineup. It did not, however, earn him any a higher spot in the order.
The D-backs sent 14 men to the plate and scored nine runs in the sixth inning to erase an early deficit and beat the Cardinals, 12-7, on Monday night in the first game of a four-game set at Chase Field.
Highlighting the players listed on the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot are a pair of Cardinals veterans seeking to become eight-time All-Stars. Catcher Yadier Molina has been named to the National League roster each of the last seven seasons, while left fielder Matt Holliday has earned seven All-Star invites over the last decade.
Matt Carpenter laced an RBI triple to break a tie and spark a three-run eighth inning and lift the Cardinals to an 8-5 win over the Padres on Sunday at Petco Park.
Some wanted to talk about Aledmys Diaz getting five hits. But not him.
OK, all you well-mannered Cardinals fans, time to change your act. In the next game at Busch Stadium when Jedd Gyorko approaches the plate, let him have it.
A man who was stationed in the center-field batter's eye with binoculars during the ninth inning in Sunday's 8-5 loss to the Cardinals was a member of the Padres' security team, according to a club official.
Jeremy Hazelbaker and Jedd Gyorko hit three-run homers and Aledmys Diaz had five hits to power the Cardinals past the Padres, 11-2, in the second of a three-game series at Petco Park on Saturday night.
Jeremy Hazelbaker put the Cardinals ahead with a pinch-hit, three-run homer to lead St. Louis past the San Diego Padres, 11-2, on Saturday night.
Trevor Rosenthal looks comfortable in the Petco Park visitors' clubhouse, and hopes to return for the All-Star Game.
Matt Holliday's accidental bat flip a sight to see
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