The St. Louis Cardinals are dropping their use of tandem starting pitchers in their second of two full-season affiliates where deployed.
The Quad Cities River Bandits of the Midwest League have dropped from five tandem pairings to four
The A-Advanced Palm Beach Cardinals abandoned tandem starting pitching three weeks earlier in 2009.
What’s being discussed in Washington as the St. Louis Cardinals prepared to play the Nationals in a four-game series.
What others are saying about the St. Louis Cardinals and their NL Central rivals.
Starting pitchers for Memphis, Springfield, Palm Beach and Quad Cities to open the 2009 season.
Camp-opening group assignments for St. Louis Cardinals minor leaguers in spring training.
Looking at what readers are currently asking about the St. Louis Cardinals through a search of their web queries.
Dates for Ankiel and Ludwick arbitration hearings, Choi contract clarification, club out of money and more St. Louis Cardinals news.
The St. Louis Cardinals have pruned 12 minor league players, including three from the US and nine from their overseas academies.
An erroneous transaction entry at MLB.com has led to an incorrect assumption that catcher Francisco Peña is returning to the St. Louis Cardinals for 2019.
For 2018, the St. Louis Cardinals will feature five short-season minor league clubs, up from four in recent years. Other considerable changes are highlighted.
Right-handed pitching prospect Conner Greene has a clear plan to increase his effectiveness in his first year in the St. Louis Cardinals system, which officially begins with Double-A Springfield on Saturday night.
The basic baseball information you will need to plan your spring training trip to Jupiter, Florida to see St. Louis Cardinals major and minor league players in action.
In the last five months, three St. Louis Cardinals minor leaguers have failed drug tests.
All fans need to know to attend St. Louis Cardinals spring training workouts from February 12-22 at Jupiter, Florida’s Roger Dean Stadium complex.
Breaking down complaints from Milwaukee GM Doug Melvin about the impact of September roster sizes on the St. Louis Cardinals making the 2011 post-season.
The St. Louis Cardinals placed seven prospects on their 40-man roster to protect them from the Rule 5 draft, more than 27 organizations. Does it mean anything?