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Adam Lind snapped the Mariners' six-game losing skid in fine fashion Friday, as his three-run, walk-off home run topped the Cardinals.
Trevor Rosenthal blew this third save of the season when he allowed a three-run, walk-off home run to Seattle's Adam Lind on Friday.
Matt Adams was a game-time scratch by the Cardinals on Friday due to lower back tightness. He was replaced at first base by Jedd Gyorko, whose only previous start at that position came a week ago.
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The results have thus far been mixed for Cardinals' outfielder Randal Grichuk, who, six games into his Minor League demotion, has shown flashes of power but continued struggles with his plate discipline.
Nathan Karns looks for his first victory since May 30 when he faces the Cardinals on Saturday. St. Louis counters with Mike Leake, who has allowed two or fewer runs in seven of his last eight starts.
For the first time since he switched positions two seasons ago, current Double-A Springfield catcher Carson Kelly is finding himself again in the batter's box.
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The Cardinals made sure the Cubs know they're not going to hand over the National League Central without a fight. Matt Carpenter hit a two-run double and Aledmys Diaz smacked a two-run homer to back Michael Wacha in St. Louis' 7-2 victory over Chicago on Wednesday and complete a sweep in front of 41,058.
Michael Wacha snapped the longest active losing streak in the Majors against a team he has struggled against.
The Cardinals solved Cubs ace Jake Arrieta by driving up his pitch count and getting into the bullpen to beat baseball's top team, 7-2, on Wednesday.
Jose Berrios was absolutely dominant in Triple-A Rochester's 2-0 win over Columbus. Berrios (Twins' No. 1) is the No. 15 overall prospect, and after his electric outing, it's very clear why he's so highly regarded.
Yadier Molina continues to hang on as the leading vote-getter at catcher for the National League in the race to start at the 2016 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard. The update of NL vote totals for the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot released Wednesday had Buster Posey second again behind Molina.
Trea Turner can do it all, and he put the bulk of his skill set on display in Triple-A Syracuse's 6-4 win over Pawtucket on Wednesday. Turner, hitting .292 in 67 games, drew two walks and went 2-for-4 with a double, a triple and three RBIs.
A day after Jaime Garcia earned a win in the opener, Adam Wainwright did the same with a quality start of his own Tuesday night, allowing three runs in 6 2/3 innings in the Cardinals' 4-3 victory.
It was payback time for the Cardinals. After losing four of six games at Busch Stadium to the Cubs, the Cardinals and Adam Wainwright spoiled the party in front of 41,616 at Wrigley Field on Tuesday night with a 4-3 victory.
Each one had moments that could've been troublesome, but Cardinals closer Trevor Rosenthal still earned saves in back-to-back games against the Cubs at Wrigley Field.
There were 41,000-plus at Wrigley Field for the second straight game Tuesday, and, for the second night in a row, they were entertained with a well-played game. And, for the second night in a row, the Cardinals edged the Cubs by one run.
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Kolten Wong still sees himself as a second baseman, but understands why the Cardinals are giving him a look as a center fielder.
The Cardinals' five-game slide ended Monday night at Wrigley Field thanks to some good fortune and fortitude in a 3-2 win to open a series against the Cubs.
After losing five in a row at home, the Cardinals got back on track on the road against the division-rival Cubs. Brandon Moss and Jhonny Peralta hit solo home runs to back Jaime Garcia and lift St. Louis to a 3-2 victory over Chicago on Monday night.
Mitch Harris has undergone "Tommy John-like" surgery, the Cardinals right-hander posted on Instagram. The 30-year-old had been having right elbow issues since Spring Training, and he was diagnosed with a torn ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) last week. He hasn't pitched at all this season.
Joe Maddon likes aggressive play, and the Cubs manager backed Albert Almora Jr.'s decision to try to advance in the ninth inning on Monday, although the rookie outfielder felt as if he'd cost the team the game in the Cardinals' 3-2 victory at Wrigley Field.
The Cardinals signed 2016 second-round pick Connor Jones, a right-handed pitcher selected No. 70 overall, according to's Jim Callis. Callis reports the signing is for $1.1 million; the slot value for the 70th pick is $920,100.
The Cardinals activated relief pitcher Seth Maness from the 15-day disabled list and optioned Dean Kiekhefer to Triple-A Memphis prior to Sunday's series finale with the Rangers.
Phil Bickford's bat-missing ability was on full display Sunday during his California League debut as he recorded a career-high 13 strikeouts over six innings to lead Class A Advanced San Jose past Rancho Cucamonga, 5-3.
Jurickson Profar lined a pinch-hit two-run single with two out in the top of the eighth to put the Rangers ahead, and they held on for a 5-4 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday afternoon at Busch Stadium.
If not for an overturned call, Cardinals reliever Matt Bowman executed his job perfectly in Sunday's 5-4 loss to the Rangers.
For 15 days, Rigoberto Diaz clutched his phone, anxious for the moment when he could hear his son's voice again.
The Rangers rallied with two runs in both the eighth and ninth innings for a 4-3 victory over the Cardinals on Saturday afternoon at Busch Stadium. Texas has won five in a row and recorded its ninth straight series win, a club record. The Cards have lost four straight.
The Cardinals recalled outfielder Tommy Pham and optioned outfielder Randal Grichuk to Triple-A Memphis in a corresponding move. Grichuk got the news Saturday morning.
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