6/29/2015 | Holliday hosts golf tourney for Pujols' foundation
The Pujols Family Foundation meets the needs of families with children who have Down Syndrome, and the foundation is also active in the Dominican Republic.
6/29/2015 | Waino eyes comeback before season's end
Despite tearing his left Achilles tendon in late April, Wainwright is hanging on to the hope that he will don a Cardinals uniform, with no walking boot, as an active player before the 2015 season concludes.
6/29/2015 | In final days, many ASG races up for grabs
Josh Donaldson and Nelson Cruz have taken leads at their positions, Omar Infante and Jose Altuve are still in a close race, Todd Frazier is making a strong bid to be a hometown starter, and both outfields are far from decided as voting via the thrilling 2015 Esurance All-Star Game Ballot heads toward its finish at 11:59 p.m. ET on Thursday.
6/29/2015 | La Russa: Cards 'not tarnished' by allegations
Tony La Russa issued a vote of confidence into the integrity of the Cardinals organization on Monday as the club awaits the conclusion of an FBI investigation into allegations that front office officials gained unauthorized access into the Houston Astros' network.
6/29/2015 | Cards doubling their pleasure more often
The Cardinals tallied only eight hits in Sunday's series finale against the Cubs, but they maximized the output by turning most of them into two-baggers.
6/29/2015 | Martinez doesn't allow delays to disrupt outing
Carlos Martinez got a groundout from Addison Russell to end the second inning, and then nearly two hours passed before he threw another pitch in the Cardinals' 4-1 win over the Cubs on Sunday night, bringing about a test for the St. Louis righty.
6/28/2015 | Wacha, Wong among Cards' All-Star hopefuls
The Cardinals are a week away from learning which of their players will be selected for participation in the July 14 All-Star Game. And the club, which boasted a Major League-most 50 wins entering play Sunday night at home vs. the Cubs, is not short on candidates.
6/28/2015 | Motte unites Cubs, Cards to help K cancer
The Cardinals and Cubs are rivals on the field, but at Sunday morning's St. Louis Cornhole Challenge, they were teammates in the fight against cancer thanks to the efforts of former Cardinal and current Cubs reliever Jason Motte and his wife, Caitlin.
6/28/2015 | Holliday says he'll attend ASG if elected
Though Matt Holliday is still uncertain whether his return from a quad injury will happen before or after the All-Star break, he did confirm on Sunday that if elected to the All-Star Game, he would participate at least in the peripheral activities next month in Cincinnati.
6/28/2015 | Sweep me in St. Louis: Cards roll past Cubs
After weathering two hours and 29 minutes' worth of rain delays, the Cardinals ran their winning streak to six by finishing off a three-game sweep of the Cubs with a 4-1 win at Busch Stadium on Sunday night. The Cubs, who fell 11 1/2 games behind the National League Central leaders, have dropped five straight.
6/28/2015 | Sale chasing history in matchup with Lynn, Cards
Career start No. 100 for Chris Sale could be an historic one when the White Sox ace takes the mound Tuesday night in St. Louis vs. Lance Lynn and the Cardinals.
6/28/2015 | Shaky early, Wacha uses DPs to cruise late
A read of the final box score would suggest that Saturday's 8-1 Cardinals win over the Cubs featured few dramatics -- which was true by the end. However, the complexion of a game that eventually turned into the team's fifth straight win changed long before the Cardinals posted back-to-back four-run innings.
6/28/2015 | Scruggs turning heads in latest stint with Cards
Xavier Scruggs had struggled against Donn Roach as a member of Triple-A Memphis this season, going 0-for-6 against the right-hander, who was called up to make his Cubs debut against the Cardinals in an 8-1 St. Louis victory at Busch Stadium on Saturday night.
6/28/2015 | Cards quickest to 50 wins in a decade
With their 8-1 win over the Cubs on Saturday, the Cardinals not only became the Majors' first 50-win team this season, they became the first club in a decade to reach that benchmark in its first 74 games.
6/27/2015 | Cards put on clinic vs. Cubs for 5th straight W
The Cardinals extended their winning streak to five and became the first team since the 2005 World Series champion White Sox to win 50 of its first 74 games by rolling over the Cubs, 8-1, in front of a sellout crowd at Busch Stadium on Saturday night. St. Louis became just the 18th team in the past 50 years to win 50 of its first 74 games.
6/27/2015 | Cards near agreement with 2nd-round pick
With an above-slot agreement already in place, the Cardinals are on the cusp of adding second-round Draft pick Bryce Denton to their system. According to MLB.com's Jim Callis, the agreement includes a $1.2 million bonus. The Cardinals have not confirmed the deal and will not announce it until after Denton passes a physical, which is expected to take place within the next few days.
6/27/2015 | Martinez seeks Cards' second straight sweep
In search of a sixth straight win, the Cardinals will close their three-game series with the Cubs at Busch Stadium on Sunday night at 7:05 CT. St. Louis righty Carlos Martinez will be seeking redemption for a start against Chicago in May that stands as his worst outing in an otherwise stellar season.
6/27/2015 | Groin cramping delays J. Garcia's next start
Unable to throw his scheduled side session on Saturday due to continued cramping around his left groin, Cardinals left-hander Jaime Garcia will have his next start pushed back until at least Wednesday.
6/27/2015 | Lackey keeps Cardinals in it vs. Cubs
John Lackey had thrown 93 pitches in fewer than five innings of work in Friday night's eventual 3-2 win in extra innings. Three straight Cubs had singled against the St. Louis starter, and the last two had done so on full counts with two outs.
6/26/2015 | Garcia sparks Cards with 1st MLB homer
Greg Garcia felt pretty certain that by the time the Cardinals were celebrating a 3-2 win over the Cubs on Friday, his 94-year-old grandfather, Dave Garcia, Sr., had already cued up a replay of the game-tying home run Garcia hit two innings before the finish.
6/26/2015 | Roach to make first Cubs start vs. Wacha, Cards
Donn Roach will make the second start of his career and his first for the Cubs when he makes a spot start against the Cardinals on Saturday night in a contest between National League Central rivals at Busch Stadium, broadcast on FOX and featuring Statcast technology.
6/26/2015 | Cards prospect Reyes has sore right shoulder
Alex Reyes, who was recently named to the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game world roster, may not be able to participate in the prospect showcase event due to right shoulder soreness, Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak acknowledged on Friday.
6/26/2015 | Cards down rival Cubs on walk-off error
Peter Bourjos beat an errant throw home from Cubs right fielder Mike Baxter, who had been pulled in as a fifth infielder, to lift the Cardinals to their sixth walk-off win of the season. The 3-2, 10-inning victory over the Cubs in front of a sellout crowd on Friday night at Busch Stadium pushed the Cardinals' winning streak to four.
6/26/2015 | Holliday to test strained quad by running
Having increased the intensity of other exercises while the team was on the road for nine days, left fielder Matt Holliday expects to take another step forward in his rehab work next week by testing his strained right quad with running.
6/26/2015 | Scherzer on a roll, but then there was Gibson
The 1968 season produced the most brilliant, long-term pitching performance in Bob Gibson's Hall of Fame career: 11 starts, eight shutouts. When it ended, he had produced what remains the lowest single-season ERA for a qualifying pitcher since 1906.
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