After a week spent nursing a swollen and bruised left knee, Dexter Fowler passed his final series of medical tests on Saturday and returned to the Cardinals’ lineup. The center fielder had been sidelined since he collided with the outfield wall while trying to make a catch last Saturday.
The Cardinals have had one of the best records in the National League since late June, and for a minute there on Friday, it sure looked like they had found a way to turn the clock back to 2015.
The Cardinals-Cubs rivalry has historically been intense enough on its own, but it’s overamped this weekend because of the close National League Central race. On Friday at Wrigley Field, the Cubs showed they’re going to fight for the chance to repeat, rallying for an 8-2 victory.
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With local law enforcement concentrating its efforts on the protests that erupted following Friday’s verdict in the murder trial of former St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley, the Cardinals have cancelled Sunday’s eighth annual Cardinals Care 6K Run/Walk. There was no longer sufficient secondary police staffing available for the downtown event, the Cardinals said in […]
Though the Cardinals did not take batting practice before Thursday’s series finale against the Reds, Busch Stadium was buzzing with on-field activity. Several rehabbing players, including Adam Wainwright and Dexter Fowler, went out early for work that pushed them closer to a return.
Despite expected summer-like temperatures, Wrigley Field will feel a bit like fall this weekend as the Cubs and Cardinals drop the spotlight on the National League Central race during a three-game series that begins Friday.
Cautioned by their manager not to get caught looking ahead to a huge weekend series at Wrigley Field, the Cardinals took care of the task at hand on Thursday by securing a series victory over the Reds with a 5-2 win. Luke Weaver shined over six innings, while Jose Martinez and Tommy Pham keyed the […]
Eugenio Suarez’s grand slam may have been the final blow in a five-run fifth inning for the Reds that sent the Cardinals to a 6-0 loss on Wednesday night, but it was a play and pitch not executed that pushed the inning deep enough for things to unravel.
Though he was activated from the 10-day disabled list prior to Wednesday night’s game against the Reds, Cardinals third baseman Jedd Gyorko will remain limited in his availability as he continues his recovery from a right hamstring strain.
An offense that tallied runs in six different innings one night earlier couldn’t dent a single frame on Wednesday, and it cost the Cardinals critical ground in a pair of postseason races.