St. Louis Cardinals

Bob Gibson, Hall of Fame Ace for Cardinals, Dies at 84

Hall of Famer Bob Gibson, the dominating St. Louis Cardinals pitcher who won a record seven consecutive World Series starts and set a modern standard for excellence when he finished the 1968 season with a 1.12 ERA, died Friday. He was 84.

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Hall of Fame Outfielder, Speedster Brock Dies at Age 81

NEW YORK (AP) — Hall of Famer Lou Brock, one of baseball’s signature leadoff hitters and base stealers who helped the St. Louis Cardinals win three pennants and two World Series titles in the 1960s, has died. He was 81.

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Cards’ Front Office Says Playoff Baseballs Have Lost Juice

The St. Louis Cardinals’ front office says baseballs have suddenly lost their juice this postseason, supporting a claim from a prominent data scientist that the balls have changed following a historic, homer-friendly regular season.

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Cardinals Deal Pham to Rays As Trading Deadline Arrives

The St. Louis Cardinals have traded outfielder Tommy Pham to the Tampa Bay Rays for three minor league players, outfielder Justin Williams, left-handed pitcher Genesis Cabrera and right-handed pitcher Roel Ramirez.

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Cardinals Abruptly Fire Manager Mike Matheny

Los Angeles (AFP) – The St. Louis Cardinals abruptly fired manager Mike Matheny on Saturday, ending his tenure with the Major League Baseball club after six and a half seasons.

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Watch: Wild Brawl Erupts at Minor League Baseball Game

The Memphis Redbirds, the AAA affiliate for the St. Louis Cardinals, hosted Miami Marlins AAA affiliate New Orleans Zephyrs Monday, and a big brawl broke out. Zephyrs pitcher Jose Urena threw a pitch up and in to Redbirds outfielder Jeremy Hazelbaker


False Claim of ‘N-Word’ on Hot Mic at Cards Game Fools Major Sports Outlets

Before the Cardinals finished playing the Cubs at Busch Stadium on Monday controversy exploded over claims that when African American Cubs right fielder Jason Heyward came to the plate someone yelled the “N-word” over microphones ESPN had trained on the fans. It turned out that the charges were a complete hoax, yet many major sports outlets reported on it as though it were true.

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St. Louis Cardinals GM: Hacking ‘Has No Place in Our Game’

St. Louis Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak spoke with reporters regarding the FBI’s investigation of the Cardinals hacking the internal database of the Houston Astros. Mozeliak stated that hacking other teams’ databases has no place in Major League Baseball, but

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