Brian Walton looks into factors behind changes in St. Louis Cardinals attendance over the past five years, with specific focus on the final month.
Brian Walton shares images and news from his two days with the Memphis Redbirds, Thursday, August 2 and Friday, August 3.
St. Louis Cardinals prospects Andrew Knizner and Evan Mendoza are connected in many ways. The two, as well as their college coach, discuss their progress since leaving North Carolina State.
The Cardinal Nation’s top May award for St. Louis Cardinals minor league position players goes to Memphis third baseman Patrick Wisdom, currently working on a 16-game hitting streak. This article explains how the selection was made as well as other candidates considered.
A four-year veteran of Mexican League play, infielder Ramon Urias is off to a good Cardinals organization start at Double-A Springfield. The infielder discusses his transition.
The signing of veterans, the early emergence of a young fireballer and the return of a top prospect suggest any bullpen roster flexibility the St. Louis Cardinals had will dry up. In fact, there may soon be more qualified relievers than spots to carry them with potential impact to the best young arms in the organization.
A promising St. Louis Cardinals pitching prospect has lost his long battle with bone cancer.
The St. Louis Cardinals have signed pitcher Nestor Molina, no relation to their all-star catcher, to a minor league contract.
The words might be similar, but the circumstances behind the 2010 apology of Mark McGwire for his use of steroids and a request being made of Sammy Sosa by the Chicago Cubs to come clean about his past are markedly different.
The farm director of the St. Louis Cardinals spent an hour discussing his responsibilities – developing the next waves of young players to restock the major league roster.
Selected press interviews from Day 2 of the St. Louis Cardinals Winter Warm-Up on Sunday, January 14, 2018.
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The St. Louis Cardinals are reportedly looking at one of three top pitchers to add to their rotation. Here are some potential reasons why.
A look back at prospect rankings of five St. Louis Cardinals-developed future major leaguers.
Year-end articles from emerging St. Louis Cardinals players’ hometown papers.
The St. Louis Cardinals and Atlanta Braves may have both considered a six-man rotation, but the latter is doing it.
Philip “Perfect Game” Humber entered baseball’s history books on Saturday. Like Adam Wainwright, he is a Tommy John survivor, but one who took a long route to success.
Followers of the St. Louis Cardinals had differing views of catcher Yadier Molina’s update on his contract situation upon his reporting to spring training.
Seven lower-odds storylines possibly ahead for the 2012 St. Louis Cardinals. Or not.
Greg Gibson has ejected Tony La Russa three times in the last four years and been involved in other controversial plays affecting the St. Louis Cardinals.
An introduction to a new site that offers a different look at baseball from a historical perspective.
Results from a series of reader polls on the subject of St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols’ contract.
The St. Louis Cardinals have selected the vendor for their new dynamic ticket pricing starting in 2011.
A quick look back at the brief time one of baseball’s greatest managers spent in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.
Why the conditions may be right for the St. Louis Cardinals to move to lock up Albert Pujols.
The Cardinals don’t recognize 10,000 wins, but the records set by their players during their early, unrecognized years are in the books
The Cardinals aren’t the only club to not recognize play during the 1880s while in the American Association, but not doing so muddies the historical water