Let’s have a quick reality check as we await the possible resolution to the Giancarlo Stanton saga. Where did the Cardinals rank last season in runs and home runs? They were seventh in the National League with 761 runs and eighth with 196 homers. That’s the middle of the pack, not down there with the […]
Though the Cardinals never anticipated being in the running to land two-way Japanese star Shohei Ohtani, the organization officially learned on Sunday that they are not among the clubs being considered by the free agent.
Following a week in which the Cardinals and Giants tried to sell their respective organizations in pitches to Giancarlo Stanton and his representatives, momentum appears to be gaining toward a resolution.
One day after the Giants engaged in the first meeting with Giancarlo Stanton’s representatives in Los Angeles, the Cardinals have followed suit, according to MLB.com’s Jon Paul Morosi.
A year ago, Aledmys Diaz looked like the Cardinals’ shortstop of the future after a strong rookie season. His disappointing second season, and his tenure in St. Louis, ended Friday night as the Cards traded Diaz to the Blue Jays for outfield prospect J.B. Woodman.
While the Cardinals’ winter work is all but certain to include the acquisition of at least one late-inning reliever, the organization will also have some critical decisions to make regarding the fits of those returning.
While many clubs have spent this month debating the merits of tendering contracts to certain arbitration-eligible players, the Cardinals seem to have three straightforward decisions ahead.
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Beat reporter Jenifer Langosch answers fans’ questions in a new edition of the Cardinals Inbox.
Seven decades of Cardinals players will be represented at the annual St. Louis Baseball Writers’ Dinner, which will celebrate its 60th anniversary by recognizing the organization’s top players from the last several decades.
The achievements and impact of the Cardinals went well beyond the diamond in 2017, as the organization once again rallied to support numerous charity organizations and community projects through hands-on work and monetary donations.
A Cy Young Award winner, the franchise’s all-time saves leader and an eight-time Gold Glove Award winner are among the former Cardinals to land on the 2018 National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot. All three — Chris Carpenter, Jason Isringhausen and Scott Rolen — were also members of the organization’s 2006 World Series championship team.