Though the Cardinals continue to canvass the free-agent and trade markets for a potential pitching boost, they repeatedly come back to what they already have. And that begins with Alex Reyes.
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Catcher Yadier Molina said on Monday that he plans to play out his current contract with the Cardinals and then call it a career.
Describing the Cardinals' 2018 roster as "strong" and "improved," principal owner Bill DeWitt Jr. suggested on Monday that the organization has wrapped up the bulk of its winter work.
As Randal Grichuk and Stephen Piscotty separated for the offseason, they anticipated that their time as teammates was ending. The Cardinals' offseason priorities were evident, and among them was an intention to clear some outfield clutter.
Ever since hearing that those who write down their goals are 30 percent more likely to achieve them, Tommy Pham has been deliberate about transferring his intentions onto paper. He has no interest in keeping them a secret, either.
Setbacks and struggles over the last two seasons appear to have done nothing to alter Adam Wainwright's expectations for himself.
For Marcell Ozuna, Sunday was a day of first impressions. A first-time participant in the Cardinals' Winter Warm-Up event, Ozuna got an intimate introduction to the fanbase. Fans, in turn, were greeted by Ozuna's glowing smile.
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.
Though more experienced closers remain available on both the free-agent and trade markets, president of baseball operations John Mozeliak, speaking on the first day of the Cardinals' Winter Warm-Up, expressed confidence in one the club already has: Luke Gregerson.
The organization will introduce its prized offseason acquisition at Winter Warm-Up on Sunday when Marcell Ozuna makes his first public appearance for the Cardinals. The question still lingering, though, is whether the Cardinals will have another impact addition ready to show off in the coming weeks.
Second baseman Kolten Wong was eating breakfast and scrolling through social media in St. Louis on Saturday morning when he spotted the news. Back home in Hawaii, his family and friends were receiving alerts that a ballistic missile was headed toward the island. "This is not a drill," it read.
The Cardinals are assured of avoiding the arbitration courtroom this year after reaching agreements with all of their remaining unsigned players on Friday. In doing so, the clubs and players did not have to go through the process of exchanging desired salary figures for 2018.
Bob Gibson, the Hall of Fame former Cardinals pitcher, recently revealed he battled significant stomach issues throughout his career year in 1968 -- but could those have possibly led to an undiagnosed heart attack?
A portion of the right-field seating area at Busch Stadium is undergoing a winter facelift, as the Cardinals announced on Friday that they are in the process of renovating and rebranding a 20,000 square-foot area of the ballpark into a social-friendly area called the Budweiser Terrace.
New Era unveiled the new PROLIGHT 59FIFTY that players will be wearing this spring, a fitted cap featuring a new featherweight polyester material that is the lightest on-field fabric in MLB history.
After weeks of hearing his name swirl in trade rumors, Jack Flaherty opened 2018 still a member of the Cardinals' organization, and he represented St. Louis at Major League Baseball's Rookie Career Development Program last week.
With about five weeks remaining until Spring Training, the bullpen remains the most unsettled part of the Cardinals' roster. The club did sign veteran Luke Gregerson to a two-year deal, but their back-end blueprint is still in flux.
With six weeks remaining before the start of Spring Training, MLB.com is taking a look at the projected rotation of all 30 teams. Here's a snapshot of the Cardinals' current plans.
After finishing 2017 ranked seventh among all National League teams with 761 runs scored and eighth with a .760 OPS, the Cardinals led their winter work with the pursuit of offensive upgrades.
Right-handed pitcher Preston Guilmet, who last appeared in the Majors in 2015, has signed a Minor League contract with the Cardinals that includes an invitation to big league camp as a non-roster invitee.
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Who is most likely to break out for the Cardinals in 2018? Beat reporter Jenifer Langosch answers fans' questions.
In announcing their Minor League staff and player development assignments for 2018 on Thursday, the Cardinals revealed significant shakeup within their coaching staff ranks.
Although he's ranked by MLB Pipeline as baseball's No. 2 catching prospect, Carson Kelly once again enters another year unsure of his fit and potential playing time.
Though the Cardinals kept quiet over the recent holidays, members of the organization's front office returned for their first official workday of 2018 needing to recalibrate their search for a closer.
One source said Tuesday that the Cardinals are pursuing All-Star first baseman Eric Hosmer, among other options to improve their lineup.
With just over six weeks left before the Cardinals hold their first official workout of 2018, it seems a fitting time to put last season's shortcomings in the rearview mirror and begin looking toward what lies ahead.