Cardinals outfielder Chris Duncan seemed to have been involved in every key play in Thursday’s series opening victory over the Cubs – both good and bad.
Reactions to what others are saying about the St. Louis Cardinals.
How St. Louis Cardinals players were treated in the Tout Wars industry drafts in New York over the weekend.
Lifters Ryan Ludwick and Colby Rasmus are not the only St. Louis Cardinals players looking to improve.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina powered his Puerto Rican team to a big World Baseball Classic victory Monday night. He cares. Why don’t you?
2009 signals a change in the traditional make up of the St. Louis Cardinals roster with the potential for the fewest number and left-handed and switch-hitters since 1999.
A 13-year analysis of St. Louis Cardinals Manager Tony La Russa’s defensive deployment of his starters as well as his starting lineups.
The St. Louis Cardinals Single-A entry, currently the Quad Cities River Bandits, is their top affiliate in terms of wins and playoff appearances. This is the third of six in-depth looks at the history of the Cardinals system’s minor league clubs.
A dozen questions to test your knowledge of how St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa deployed his line-up in 2008.
The St. Louis Cardinals manager’s use of different daily lineups is trending upward and 2009 is shaping up to offer more of the same.
Revisiting current and past St. Louis Cardinals non-roster invitees to their major league spring training camps.
With second baseman Adam Kennedy on the waiver wire, what will the St. Louis Cardinals do with the uniform number 7?
Considering which St. Louis Cardinals minor league players may debut in 2009 and the subset that may stay up long enough to exhaust their rookie qualification.
Breaking down which St. Louis Cardinals players debuted during the Tony La Russa years and which exhausted their rookie status in the process.
The St. Louis Cardinals may have some good reasons to be nervous about going beyond three years on player contracts.
An initial report from Colombia, referenced from the Dominican, includes Albert Pujols among six players that may be out of the World Baseball Classic. The player later confirmed the report, citing insurance liability issues.
Autograph prices at the St. Louis Cardinals fan event, Winter Warm-Up, offer one view of fan valuation of current players.
The St. Louis Cardinals will soon need to offer 2009 contract amounts to five players from just under three up through six years of experience and the five have to counter with their view of their value. If the two cannot agree, arbitration to set the player’s 2009 salary will follow in February.
Brian Walton’s look back at the biggest stories across the St. Louis Cardinal Nation during 2008 continues with those ranked six through ten.
St. Louis Cardinals prospect P.J. Walters further improves his stock with a solid pitching performance in the Puerto Rican Winter League.
Albert Pujols and the Dominican Republic World Baseball Classic team will train near the St. Louis Cardinals in Jupiter, Florida and will play each other in a March 5 exhibition.