A dominant six-inning performance by Gerrit Cole, assisted by six two-out runs, led the Pirates to a 7-3 victory over the Cardinals on Saturday night and their first series victory at Busch Stadium since July 2016. They entered the series having lost seven in a row in St. Louis.
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Sixteen days ago, Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak stood at a podium and asserted that the next four to six weeks would not only determine his outlook for the rest of the season, but also shape his approach leading into the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline. A change in trajectory has not yet followed.
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In an effort to help himself gain an edge defensively, Aledmys Diaz, for about the last month, has been testing out wearable technology that has previously helped NBA player Stephen Curry with his shooting and Bryce Harper with his hitting.
Which Cardinals are #ASGWorthy? Hurry up and vote. All-Star balloting ends Thursday at 10:59 p.m. CT.
Sunday's start will not only be a chance for Mike Leake to defeat Chad Kuhl and the Pirates for the second time this season, but it will also provide the Cardinals right-hander an opportunity to get back in the win column and continue his career dominance against the Pirates, who will be seeking a sweep of the three-game series in St. Louis.
One inning after David Freese added another game-tying, two-out hit to his Busch Stadium resume, John Jaso capped the Pirates' comeback with a solo homer that stood as the difference in Pittsburgh's 4-3 win.
With only a brief detour to cue up video that he hoped would reveal the source of his struggles, Adam Wainwright went from the mound to the mirror last Saturday in Baltimore. And after hours of repetition, he eventually discovered his old self staring back.
Who do the Cardinals have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for St. Louis' Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Kolten Wong, who has been on the disabled list with a right tricep strain since June 15, remains optimistic that he'll be ready to rejoin the Cardinals sometime in the week leading into the All-Star break, the second baseman said on Friday.
Even before the Cardinals drafted Paul DeJong in the fourth round of the 2015 MLB Draft, he was already a Redbird -- an Illinois State Redbird, that is.
For the second straight game, the Phillies jumped out to a multi-run lead against the Cardinals. They held onto it Thursday. Behind 7 1/3 strong innings from Aaron Nola and a pair of solo homers from Freddy Galvis and Tommy Joseph, the Phillies topped the Cardinals, 5-1, to snap a five-game losing streak.
After a long wait to begin his professional career, Brandon Marsh is showing just what all the hype was about.
Dexter Fowler was out of the lineup for Thursday's 5-1 loss in the series finale against the Phillies after he was removed late into Wednesday's extra-inning game with left quad tightness.
Thursday marked 15 years since the death of former Cardinals pitcher Darryl Kile. Cards manager Mike Matheny's first three years in St. Louis overlapped with Kile's only three seasons in the organization.
Thank Tommy Pham and countless Phillies mistakes for the Cardinals' 7-6 victory in 10 innings on Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park.
Tommy Pham bashed two homers in the 7-6 win on Wednesday night and denied the game-winning run with a laser throw from the outfield.
The Cardinals wouldn't mind seeing a few more games against the Phillies on their schedule. Stephen Piscotty, Yadier Molina and Tommy Pham came up with big hits during a seven-run 11th inning Tuesday night in an 8-1 victory at Citizens Bank Park.
When discussing the various machinations of his batting order before Tuesday night's 8-1, 11-inning win over the Phillies, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny corrected a reporter who noted that Matt Carpenter and Dexter Fowler seem to have settled nicely into their new roles as one- and two-hitters. "There's two ones," Matheny said, proud that he has the luxury to begin every game, and every trip through the order, with two leadoff-caliber hitters.
Stephen Piscotty's go-ahead two-run double that sparked a seven-run 11th inning and an 8-1 win over the Phillies on Tuesday night was the latest proof that Cardinals manager Mike Matheny has found his three-hole hitter.
There is no shortage of questions and concerns surrounding the Cardinals after they tumbled back to six games under .500 with a series loss in Baltimore. Here are my answers to a few of them:
Seven-time All-Star Yadier Molina remains locked in a tight race to make the 2017 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard and will need some help to avoid being left off of the team for a second consecutive year.
Day 2 selectees Evan Kruczynski and Brett Seeburger highlight a group of 13 players who have agreed to terms and passed physicals since being drafted by the Cardinals last week.
Through the end of the 2017 season, the Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum will feature a special 'Women in Baseball' exhibit to highlight women who have made to contributions to St. Louis baseball and the game at large. In conjunction with this exhibit, MLB.com will be telling the stories of some of those women over the course of the next few months. We begin this series with an introduction to trailblazer Helene Britton.
The powerful bat of Rhys Hoskins backed Mark Appel's career-best effort on the mound on Monday as Triple-A Lehigh Valley shut out Pawtucket, 5-0.
Completing a three-game series in which the two clubs combined for 22 home runs, the Orioles slugged their way to an 8-5 victory on Father's Day to steal an Interleague series win from the Cardinals.
With homers in four straight games for the first time in his career, Dexter Fowler finished Sunday with six home runs this month and 13 on the season, matching Matt Carpenter for the team lead. Fowler's overall production has surged as of late, but the power has been a particular surprise given his career numbers.
Led by a four-hit, two-homer afternoon by Jonathan Schoop, the Orioles went deep five times to bash their way to a 15-7, series-evening win over the Cardinals on Saturday.
A first eroded into a worst for Adam Wainwright, whose first career outing against the Orioles collapsed with a thud on Saturday.
The log cabin sits unfinished on a Montana lot. Chris Leake hasn't been back to see it in two years. He never plans to again.
The Cardinals are donning powder blue hats and uniforms with the same powder blue script for both of their games this weekend as part of Major League Baseball's league-wide effort to raise awareness for prostate cancer. The initiative was timed to coincide with Father's Day weekend.
The Cardinals used five home runs and a stellar six innings from Carlos Martinez to break their road hex and cruise to a 11-2 series-opening win over the struggling Orioles on Friday night.
On a night when the Cardinals' offense feasted against the Orioles, the bottom-third of the order shined especially bright. Tommy Pham, Jose Martinez and Paul DeJong provided a critical portion of the production in Friday's 11-2 rout.
Though the Cardinals are having Michael Wacha prepare to make his next scheduled start on Wednesday, manager Mike Matheny acknowledged that the club is "looking at everything" as it seeks to find a way to get the right-hander back on track.
Aledmys Diaz hits grounder with a mind of its own