The Cardinals headed home Thursday evening lugging a losing streak as long as any in Mike Matheny’s managerial tenure, having wrapped up a seven-game road trip without a win. A 5-2 loss to the Reds in the finale of a four-game series dropped the club back to six games below .500, their worst position this […]
The Cardinals are in an unfamiliar position as they won’t make their first pick until the Draft’s third round.
After a disheartening road trip dotted with lost leads and little offense, the Cardinals welcome a return to St. Louis. There to meet them will be the Phillies on Friday for the first of six games between the two teams in a 14-day span.
In recent years, the Reds-Cardinals rivalry has often been one-sided in favor of St. Louis. Perhaps there’s a sea change shifting it the other way. Cincinnati rallied with a five-run bottom of the seventh inning for a 6-4 victory on Wednesday, assuring a four-game series win with three straight victories.
Thursday’s series finale between the Cardinals and Reds at Great American Ball Park features two starting pitchers who are hoping for a turnaround after some pedestrian outings of late.
The Cardinals have added to their pitching depth by signing 23-year-old Cuban right-hander Hector Mendoza, who most recently pitched for the Yomiuri Giants of Japan’s Nippon Professional Baseball League. The organization announced the signing on Wednesday.
Prior to Wednesday’s game in Cincinnati, the Cardinals purchased the contract of first baseman/outfielder Chad Huffman from Triple-A Memphis and optioned right-hander John Gant to Memphis.
Among the Cardinals’ stated offseason goals was to see collective defensive improvement in the outfield. It was a driving force in the organization’s pursuit of Dexter Fowler and in its decision to part ways with Brandon Moss and Matt Holliday.
For 28 years, Cardinals alumni, players, local celebrities and fans have gathered on a golf course for a very important cause. The purpose for their meeting every year is the Cardinals Care Ted Savage RBI Golf Classic, an annual event named for the former Cardinals outfielder that raises money for the Reviving Baseball in Inner […]
The first of three season series between the Cardinals and Reds at Great American Ball Park will continue on Wednesday when two familiar foes, Lance Lynn and Bronson Arroyo, take the mound.
Long before Tuesday night trended toward historic, it turned in an inning where the Cardinals’ gamble of sacrificing an out to eliminate a run backfired.
Scooter Gennett dominated with a franchise-best four home runs at the plate for the Reds, while Tim Adleman worked smoothly from the mound. Put the two performances together, and a few other key contributions, and Cincinnati buried the Cardinals with a 13-1 victory on Tuesday at Great American Ball Park.