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Cards wait out rain before claiming 6-0 win vs. Cubs (07/07/15)
St. Louis won its third straight game by winning the opener of the road series.
Cardinals have five players selected for All-Star Game (07/07/15)
Molina, Rosenthal and Wacha join Peralta and Holliday on NL squad.
Cardinals edge Padres 2-1 to stop 4-game slide (07/05/15)
ST. LOUIS -- Rookie outfielder Tommy Pham will never forget his first major league hit. Or his first stolen base and run scored. Pham scampered home with the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly by Jhonny Peralta in the eighth inning, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the San Diego Padres 2-1 Saturday to stop their longest losing streak of the season at four games...
Blues trade Oshie to Capitals for Brouwer (07/03/15)
The 28-year-old Oshie had spent all seven of his NHL seasons with St. Louis.
Cardinals handed third straight home loss (07/03/15)
The Padres' Venable hit a two-out HR in the 11th inning to beat St. Louis 5-3.
Defense lets down Cardinals in 7-1 loss to White Sox (07/02/15)
ST. LOUIS -- Though it won't show in the box score, defensive breakdowns were critical in both of the St. Louis Cardinals' losses to the Chicago White Sox. The White Sox got an early boost in Wednesday night's 7-1 victory when first baseman Mark Reynolds bobbled a grounder by Carlos Sanchez and could only get one out instead of a double play. Tyler Flowers advanced to second and scored the tying run on Adam Eaton's single...
Cards' Garcia ruled out for today, no DL move expected (07/02/15)
ST. LOUIS -- Jaime Garcia has been pushed back again and won't start today for the St. Louis Cardinals because of what the pitcher calls a mild left groin strain. The left-hander and the team are confident he won't be placed on the 15-day disabled list. Garcia could start early next week in Chicago against the Cubs...
Garcia's status remains a mystery (07/01/15)
ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Cardinals lefty Jaime Garcia is a question mark for Thursday's start, still struggling to return from a groin cramp in his last start. Manager Mike Matheny committed to John Lackey starting today against the White Sox but offered no further details on the St. Louis rotation going forward...
White Sox end Cardinals' winning streak at six games (07/01/15)
Chicago's Chris Sale matched a major league record by striking out at least 10 in eight straight starts.
Matheny does his best to ignore Cards' success (06/30/15)
The sizzling Cardinals are 27 games over .500 and have a nine-game lead in the NL Central.
Garcia likely to start Thursday for Cardinals (06/29/15)
ST. LOUIS -- Cardinals lefty Jaime Garcia is likely to make his next start Thursday against the White Sox, getting two extra days to recover from a groin cramp he sustained running the bases. -- AP St. Louis, which leads the majors with a 50-24 record, has a day off today and manager Mike Matheny said he'll use Lance Lynn and John Lackey on regular rest ahead of Garcia...
Martinez leads Cards to sixth consecutive victory (06/29/15)
The Cardinals defeated the Cubs 4-1 to sweep the three-game series.
Cards turn Cubs into 50th victim with fifth consecutive win (06/28/15)
The Cardinals defeated the Cubs 8-1.
Cardinals complete sweep of Marlins (06/26/15)
St. Louis won 5-1 to move a season-high 24 games over .500.
Heyward and Wong homer, Cardinals top Marlins 6-1 (06/25/15)
MIAMI -- Jaime Garcia made a mistake against Giancarlo Stanton, and later took a misstep on his way to scoring. Otherwise, he and the St. Louis Cardinals rolled again. Jason Heyward homered for the third consecutive game, Kolten Wong added a two-run shot and the Cardinals topped the Miami Marlins 6-1 on Wednesday night -- improving baseball's best record to 47-24...
Cardinals' Martinez gets off deck to beat Marlins (06/24/15)
The right-hander was struck on his throwing arm by a pitch in the seventh inning but returned to the mound to get the win in St. Louis' 4-3 victory.
Wacha struggles in Cards' 9-2 loss to Phillies (06/22/15)
PHILADELPHIA -- Michael Wacha had a rare poor outing. And the Cardinals hitters finally cooled off. Wacha gave up five runs and eight hits in five innings, suffering just his second road defeat of the season and St. Louis fell 9-2 to the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday...
Grichuk's 2 homers, Lackey's pitching lead Cards past Phils (06/21/15)
PHILADELPHIA -- Randal Grichuk hit two home runs, doubled and drove in four runs, and John Lackey pitched seven strong innings to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 10-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday night. Lackey (6-4) allowed one run on five hits to earn his first victory away from Busch Stadium this season. He entered 0-3 with a 6.27 ERA in six road starts...
Brand tarnished, Cardinals likely to avoid economic damage (06/21/15)
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals have been the toast of their Midwestern city for generations, a source of civic pride as one of baseball's most successful and cherished franchises. Suddenly, they're in an embarassing situation, under federal investigation for allegedly hacking into the computer database of an opponent, the Houston Astros, whose general manager, Jeff Luhnow, is a former Cardinals executive...
Luhnow brought a new perspective to Cardinals before departing for Astros (06/19/15)
His analytic approach during his tenure helped stock the St. Louis roster.
Twins defeat Cardinals on walk-off HR (06/19/15)
St. Louis wasted another strong outing by Jamie Garcia, losing 2-1.
Cards owner blames 'roguish' behavior for hack (06/19/15)
ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Cardinals chairman Bill DeWitt Jr. blamed "roguish behavior" for the team's involvement in the alleged hacking of the Houston Astros' player personnel database. DeWitt said Thursday the team was still investigating the matter but said no more than a handful of individuals in an operation that numbers in the hundreds -- he described it as a "needle in a haystack" -- was responsible...
Rams' redone offense faces adjustments (06/18/15)
ST. LOUIS -- The Rams' offense has a new look just about everywhere. There's a new quarterback, new running back and a redone offensive line. But the biggest change might not be on the field at all. New offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti is responsible for making all of the new -- and old -- pieces fit together while improving a unit that finished 28th overall in the NFL in 2014...
Milone, Twins nip Cardinals 3-1 (06/18/15)
MINNEAPOLIS -- Tommy Milone gave up one run in seven innings and the Minnesota Twins squeaked out a 3-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday night. Milone (3-1) gave up five hits and struck out five and Eduardo Nunez had two hits and two RBIs to help the reeling Twins, who had lost seven of their previous eight games...
Cardinals extend winning streak to five games with 3-2 win over Twins (06/17/15)
The win came shortly after news broke of a hacking scandal involving the Cardinals and Astros.