Four individuals joined the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame during 2015 – Ted Simmons, Bob Forsch, Curt Flood and George Kissell.
Right-handed pitcher Mike Leake has become the newest member of the St. Louis Cardinals rotation.
Left-handed pitcher Jaime Garcia led the 2015 St. Louis Cardinals rotation in ERA and number of doubters.
23-year-old Carlos Martinez stepped forward to become one of the most effective starters in the St. Louis Cardinals rotation.
The St. Louis Cardinals agreed to a new 15-year television deal with FOX Sports Midwest running through 2032.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ top prospect made a second blunder with marijuana use, slowing his impressive march toward the majors.
The St. Louis Cardinals had especially discouraging offensive results from their collection of first basemen in 2015.
The St. Louis Cardinals will have a completely different group of bench players in 2016.
Annual series looking back at the top news items affecting the St. Louis Cardinals over the previous 12 months.
A look ahead to what may be the top stories surrounding the St. Louis Cardinals in 2015.
A look back at the top projected stories across the St. Louis Cardinals world in 2014 from last January.
The 2014 St. Louis Cardinals spent five months in second place before taking over first in September and winning their second straight National League Central Division title on the final day of the season.
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras died in October in his native Dominican Republic. His girlfriend also was killed in an automobile accident due to his drunken driving.
The St. Louis Cardinals were again eliminated from MLB’s post-season by the eventual champion San Francisco Giants.
The St. Louis Cardinals once again eliminated the Los Angeles Dodgers from MLB’s post-season as Matt Carpenter starred with the bat and Yasiel Puig wore the black hat.
The St. Louis Cardinals addressed their right field need by acquiring Jason Heyward from the Atlanta Braves.
Through year one of Jhonny Peralta’s four-year contract, the risk taken by the St. Louis Cardinals in bringing in the controversial veteran shortstop paid off.
At the July 31 deadline, the St. Louis Cardinals added pitcher John Lackey and a minor leaguer for pitcher Joe Kelly and 1B/OF Allen Craig.
Rookie second baseman Kolten Wong persevered through demotion, injury and post-season benching to post a very strong rookie season for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Once again, St. Louis Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright was a top candidate for the National League Cy Young Award, but again fell short in 2014.
The St. Louis Cardinals received painfully little offense from the important right field position in 2014.
The St. Louis Cardinals had to make a series of adjustments to their rotation, including two trades, due to major injuries to Michael Wacha and Jaime Garcia.
Somehow, the St. Louis Cardinals managed to remain in the playoff race for almost two months while Yadier Molina was injured.
The long-time manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, Oakland A’s and Chicago White Sox, Tony La Russa, was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in July.
Prior to the season, if anyone had forecast consistency in centerfield for the 2014 St. Louis Cardinals, they probably would have been referring to Peter Bourjos, not Jon Jay.
The 2014 St. Louis Cardinals had four National League All-Stars, plus their manager. The only two to appear in the game had a rough night.
St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter inked a six-year contract this past spring, but his results were down in 2014.