The Cardinals addressed their need for a utility infielder by acquiring Jedd Gyorko from the Padres on Tuesday for outfielder Jon Jay.
Brian Bartow, a member of the Cardinals’ communications department since 1987, has been named the recipient of the 2015 Robert O. Fishel Award for Public Relations Excellence. Bartow is the second member of the organization to win the award, which has been presented at the Winter Meetings annually since 1981.
Cardinals manager Mike Matheny was one of 11 honorees, both individuals and teams, at Saturday’s Musial Awards, an event held to recognize the greatest moments and stories of sportsmanship in North America. These sportsmanship awards, presented annually at the Peabody Opera House, were renamed after Cardinals legend Stan Musial in 2012.
Though excited about the destination ahead, Jon Jay, in saying goodbye to the professional organization in which he grew up over the last decade, fought mixed emotions upon learning Tuesday that he had been traded to the Padres.
OK, the St. Louis Cardinals were losers in the bidding for two major free agents. But “losers” is merely a technical term. If recent baseball history has taught us anything it is that the Cardinals are winners. And after the free-agent frenzy has worn off, a good, long look at the St. Louis roster indicates […]
Cardinals manager Mike Matheny met with the media Wednesday at the Winter Meetings.
Tickets are now on sale for the 58th Annual St. Louis Baseball Writers’ Dinner, which will include a tribute to St. Louisan and Hall of Famer Yogi Berra, who passed away earlier this year, and the presentation of the J.G. Taylor Spink St. Louis Baseball Man of the Year Award to co-winners Mike Matheny and […]
OK, you are a Cardinals fan. As if it wasn’t bad enough that the hated Cubs knocked off the Redbirds in the National League Division Series, but this offseason, the Cubs seem intent on draining what talent they can off the Cardinals’ roster.
The St. Louis Cardinals signed free-agent right-handed reliever Jonathan Broxton to a two-year contract Thursday.
The Cardinals lost a power arm in Thursday’s Rule 5 Draft, but they also snagged a pitcher from the Mets’ organization who they believe can compete for a long relief role on the Major League roster.
The Cardinals have claimed left-hander Jayson Aquino off waivers from the Indians. Aquino, 23, was 5-11 with a 3.28 ERA in 24 Minor League starts in 2015 while pitching for the Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Toronto organizations.