Instead of allowing the 2015 season to become defined by the continual punches of adversity they sustained, the Cardinals turned the campaign into one marked by resiliency.
In addressing concerns about the Cardinals’ offensive potential for 2015, general manager John Mozeliak has repeatedly circled back to Brandon Moss as a perhaps underestimated answer. Mozeliak described himself as “bullish” over the power potential Moss could offer, and eager to give the 2015 midseason trade acquisition a second chance to prove himself.
After a 2015 season that ended abruptly in Chicago and amid an offseason that has not yet produced the impact moves that the Cardinals had anticipated, perhaps the start of a new year is welcome in St. Louis.
Do the Cubs really think they can beat the Cardinals at their own business?
With a robust commitment to Mike Leake, the Cardinals solidified their rotation on Tuesday and perhaps softened the spotlight that has been so transfixed on what they hadn’t been able to accomplish this offseason.
The Cardinals have signed right-hander Mike Leake to a five-year contract. The deal includes a mutual option for 2021.
Cardinals beat reporter Jenifer Langosch answers fans’ questions about recent trades and pitching issues.
Already aptly recognized for their on-field success in 2015, the Cardinals should be doubly commended for the work accomplished off the field through a plethora of charity initiatives.
The Cardinals on Monday named outfielder Stephen Piscotty their Minor League Player of the Year while selecting both right-hander Alex Reyes and lefty Austin Gomber as their Minor League Pitchers of the Year.
The Cardinals distributed 59 full playoff shares, Major League Baseball announced Monday, valued at $34,223.65 per share for their postseason appearance in 2015.
Seeking to bolster their catching depth behind Yadier Molina, the Cardinals signed free-agent catcher Brayan Pena to a two-year deal, the organization announced on Monday.
The question with the Cardinals right now is one not about money but priority. With a gargantuan new local television deal set to kick in two seasons from now, the Cards have the financial muscle to sign at least one premium free agent this winter, if they choose.