St. Louis Cardinals News: Regular Season and Preseason Updates
5/16/13: The Cardinals have put on an impressive display of late to seize the National League Central division lead by two games over the Cincinnati Reds. Particularly impressive is the starting rotation. Rookie Shelby Miller allowed a lead-off broken bat single to the Rockies, then proceeded to completely shut down the potent Colorado offense. He retired the next 27 batters in a row for a one hit complete game shutout. The next day, Adam Wainwright had his moment by pitching a two hit shutout. He retired his first 13 batters so the Rockies went 40 batters without a man on base.
5/9/13: A little more than a month into the season and the NL Central is not shaking out as expected so far. The Reds were supposed to run away with the division, leaving St. Louis, Milwaukee and Pittsburgh to battle over a possible wild card spot. But St. Louis has positioned themselves as the class of the division (again, it is early). The Cards are getting great starting pitching and winning series against division rivals. If the Redbirds have a weakness, it is the bullpen. Closer Jason Motte will have Tommy Johns surgery, Mitchell Boggs is now in AAA, and no one seems to want the position. Expect Mo to make a move.
5/2/13: The Cardinals are going to have to make a move here shortly. They are getting great starting pitching - even from Jake Westbrook. Their offensive has been serviceable (if not streaky), but they are having trouble closing games. Closer Jason Motte is likely out for the year. Fill in Mitchell Boggs is terrible in the ninth inning. Flamethrower Trevor Rosenthal seems like a good fit, but cannot seem to control the ball when he needs to. If St. Louis can find a closer, they can win the division. If not, then they will be at home in October.
4/25/13: The Cardinals are holding on to a one game lead in the NL Central through the first few weeks of play. St. Louis has gotten very good starting pitching so far, even from rookie Shelby Miller and journeyman Jake Westbrook. If the Cardinals have a glaring hole, it is late in the bullpen. Jason Motte is out, possibly for the season. Mitchell Boggs was terrible as a replacement for Motte's closer position, and now cannot hold anything in the eight inning. It could be time for GM John Mozaliak to start looking for some help in the bullpen.
4/18/13: The Cardinals are riding a wave of good pitching and have overcome their 0-2 start. They took two of three from both the Cincinnati Reds and Milwaukee Brewers, and threw in some big offense in the meantime. One of the biggest victories was against former Cards pitcher Kyle Lohse. The Cards offered him a one year, $13 million deal, but he wanted a longer term agreement. Milwaukee finally came through with a three year deal. Lohse went up against the man who replaced him, Shelby Miller, who threw another gem for his second win of the season. The Cardinals lead the NL Central with eight wins so far.
4/11/13: The Cardinals got a tough draw to start the season with a six game western road trip against the rebuilt Arizona Diamondbacks and defending World Champion San Francisco Giants (who eliminated the Cardinals in the National League Championship Series last year). The Redbirds only took one of three games from the Dbacks, but walloped the Giants for two of three in San Francisco. That included dropping nine runs in the fifth inning on Sunday against ace Matt Cain. St. Louis got thier home opening on Monday, the first time since the 1940's that legend Stan "The Man" Musial is not part of the festivities. Musial passed away in January.
4/4/13: Fans in St. Louis were upset this week because of the Opening Day schedule. The Cardinals are among the elite franchises in MLB, along with the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, and Los Angeles Dodgers. But the Redbirds did not get the opening day at home. Last season, as the defending World Series Champs, they opened the entire MLB season with a road game in the new Miami Marlins Ballpark. This year, they have a three game road series against the Arizona Diamondbacks, will all games starting at 9pm Central Time. While it may be good for national ratings, it is tough for STL fans to watch those games in their entirety.
3/28/13: The battle for the fifth rotation spot for the Cardinals rages on, with rookie (and top organizational prospect) Shelby Miller going up against Joe Kelly. The winner will see action every five days as a starter. The loser may end up in the bullpen or be sent to AAA affiliate Memphis. But while that may be a good problem to have, the Cards now have a bad one. Closer Jason Motte will start the season on the DL with an injury. Mitchell Boggs will likely take his place. Also, David Freese is scheduled for an MRI on his back after falling chasing a foul ball. His status for opening day is in doubt.
3/21/13: The Cardinals are in their final preparations for the regular season, and it looks like Adam Wainwright will get the nod for the opening day start. Pitcher Chris Carpenter made an appearance at spring training to see the team and offer some inspiration. Carpenter, who is suffering from nerve damage and is out for the seasons, admits that his career may be over. On the field, Pete Kozma looks like the opening day shortstop. He played well in the postseason and so far this year, and the team hopes his strong offense continues for the next six months.
3/14/13: The Cardinals will have a tough decision to make that may affect the rest of their season. Both Joe Kelly and Shelby Miller are competing for the fifth starter position. The loser will likely go to the bullpen. Kelly pitched well last season out of the pen, while Miller is the Cards top pitching prospect and was in Memphis. The team would love to bring Miller to the big leagues but think Kelly may be better in the short term. In other news, shortstop Raphael Furcal will be lost for an extended period of time, possibly for the season. Now the team has to scramble for a replacement.
3/7/13: More bad news for the Cardinals and shortstop Raphael Furcal. His elbow ligiment tear is taking longer to heal than expected. The tear itself is healed, but there is irritation in the area, likely due to bone spurs. He has been deactivated. Raphael joined the Cardinals late in 2011 and provided enthusiasm and a jolt to a middling team that went on to win the World Series. Furcal coined the term "Happy Flight", meaning to win the last game of a road series and make the voyage to the next destination a happy one rather than wallow in the misery of a loss.
2/28/13: Cardinals fans are getting anxious. In just a handful of spring training games, the Cards have yet to win one. Cardinals Nation has been spoiled. Not just in the last 15 years, but throughout history. St. Louis has won 11 World Series championships, that is first in the National League and only trails the Yankees. The Cardinals will be without ace Chris Carpenter for the season, but the team feels confident in Adam Wainwright, Jake Westbrook, Lance Lynn, and some young prospects that they can make the playoffs as the have for the past several years - which includes two more World Series Titles.
2/21/13: The Cardinals are flying under the radar so far. The popular opinion is that Washington, L.A., and Cincinnati are the teams to beat this year in the National League. But the Redbirds return a solid core (minus Chris Carpenter who is out for the season with a shoulder injury). The Cards have a couple of hot prospects at spring training, pitcher Shelby Miller and outfielder Oscar Tavares. Tavares is one of the top minor league players and will push to make the roster, though the team may relegate him to their AAA affiliate in Memphis to ensure he is playing everyday. At some point, Tavares will make it to the majors, and the Cardinals hope they have the next Mike Trout.
2/14/13: Another spring training and another year without an ace pitcher. Two years ago, Adam Wainwright got injured and ended up having Tommy John surgery. Last year, Chris Carpenter had a nerve disorder that kept him off the field until the end of the season. Carp is hurt again and is already shut down for the year with a shoulder problem. At age 37, Carp's career may be over, but let's hope not. He is one of the best competitors in the league. If his playing days are done, it would be wise of the Cardinals to keep him around in a coaching capacity because there is so much he can teach developing pitchers.
2/7/13: Cardinals ace Chris Carpenter will be out for 2013 and may call it a career. Carp missed almost all of last season with a serious nerve condition. He was able to return for three starts at the end of the regular season and three more in the playoffs, but was never fully healthy. Missing the former Cy Young winner creates a void in the rotation. Adam Wainwright, Jaime Garcia, and Lance Lynn should be slotted as starters, and Jake Westbrook is still around, as is top prospect Shelby Miller. The Cardinals may try to resign free agent Kyle Lohse, who has put up 15 wins for the past two years, though is not the dominant force of Carpenter or Wainwright.
1/31/13: Fans said a final farewell to the "Ultimate Warrior", Stan "The Man" Musial this week. Musial was the face of the franchise since the early 1940's and has not one, but two statues in St. Louis. Musial played for the cardinals for 22 seasons, making 24 All-Star games. Albert Puljols hated to be called "El Hombre" because he felt it was taking away from Musial's name. After 92 years, his time passed, and there has never been a better ambassador for the game or City of St. Louis than Mr. Musial. Rest in Peace my friend.
1/3/13: The Cardinals look like they will go into spring training with question marks at second base. Again. For long time Redbird fans, it seems as if the team has not had a consistent second baseman since Tommy Herr in the 80's. The rotation has not had many big names: Hector Luna, Skip Schumaker, and most recently Matt Carpenter. Carpenter is a third baseman by trade. Unfortunately for him there is a guy named David Freese over on the hot corner. But Carpenter will get a chance to win the position this spring, and maybe provide some stability in the middle base for a while.
12/27/12: The St. Louis Cardinals fans are known as the "Best Fans in Baseball" for a reason - they remember and honor the past. The St. Louis Sportswriters Association is set to honor Mark Whiten and Yadier Molina at their annual dinner this week. Twenty years ago, Whiten was the first Cardinal to hit four homeruns (while recording 12 RBIs) in a single game (against Cincinnati in September 1992). Molina has been the franchise catcher for a number of seasons, won his fifth consecutive Gold Glove, and will be named the St. Louis Baseball Man of the Year.
12/20/12: The Cardinals will have a big decision to make this year (or next offseason) on ace Adam Wainwright. Wainwright, along with Chris Carpenter, are the pillars of the rotation. When both are healthy, they provide a lethal 1-2 punch in any series - particularly in short playoff series. But Waino is entering the final year of his contract, and his next deal will likely be a monster contract. The Cards had the same issue with Albert Pujols two years ago, and ultimately he signed with the Anaheim Angels. Zach Grienke's $25 million per year deal with Dodgers seems to have set the bar, so all Redbird fans can do is hold their breath and hope to keep Waino at a reasonable price.
12/13/12: Since the LA Dodgers apparently have an endless supply of money, which they are using to build the most expensive roster in the history of Major League Baseball, the Cardinals and other mid-market teams are officially on notice when it comes to retaining their star players. The Dodgers have committed themselves to almost $800 million in contracts, most notably $147 for former Cy Young winner Zach Grienke. This will likely drive up the price for Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright, who will be a free agent after the next season. St. Louis would love to lock Waino into a long-term deal, but with all the money flying around who could blame him for testing free agency?
12/6/12: The Cardinals can scratch one item off of their shopping list, another lefty for the bullpen. St. Louis has reached an agreement, which is not finalized, with left handed reliever Randy Choate. Choate split time between the Florida Marlins and the LA Dodgers last season, and led the National League with 80 appearances. He struck out 30 of 116 lefty batters he faced, holding them to a .154 batting average and .218 slugging percentage. Choate will join Mark Rzepczynski (AKA: Scrabble), who struggled through much of last season, as the two left handed relievers in the Card's bullpen next season.
11/29/12: Former Cardinals' first round pick and current top infield prospect Kolton Wong was named to the Arizona Fall League Top Prospect list. The list is selected by managers based upon production in the six week fall league and potential for success in the majors. It is well known that Wong can hit, and that is a major selling point for the Cardinals organization. However, the franchise needs a long-term solution at second base, something they have not really had since the days of Tommy Herr in the early and mid-eighties. Wong may be a year or so away, but expect him to break into the big leagues sooner rather than league.
11/22/12: The Cardinals are most likely parting ways with starting pitcher Kyle Lohse. Since coming back from serious arm surgery two years ago, Lohse has been a solid and dependable starter, and wins about 15 games a year. Certainly good stats, but by no means a top of the rotation guy. Lohse is represented by Scott Boras, who will demand a king's ransom for his client. The Cards let Albert Pujols walk, they will do the same with Lohse. Lohse has gotten interest from the Red Sox, and they may sign him to contract that angers fans in a few years when they realize they are paying $20 million per year for ten wins or less.
11/15/12: Chris Carpenter missed almost all of the 2012 season with a rare upper body nerve condition that required the removal of a lung. Then he came back in the last few weeks of the season and the playoffs to pitch pretty well. Now, the New Hampshire native is on the ice practicing with the St. Louis Blues. Perhaps Carp should make a trip to New York and just settle this CBA lockout mess "Carp-Style". That is, intimidate the owners to taking whatever deal he feels is fair. Was it mentioned that this man had a rib removed in the last six months?
11/8/12: The Cardinals and Mark McGwire appear to be parting ways, as the former slugger has informed the team that he will join Don Mattingly's staff on the L.A. Dodgers. McGwire has been the Cards' hitting coach for the past three years, and the team has been at or near the top of offensive categories under his watch. This is not a case of poor performance or a bad relationship, rather Big Mac wants to be closer to his family in Southern California. McGwire has reportedly informed the Cardinals of his decision, but any announcement will originate from the Dodgers.
11/1/12: Yadier Molina won his fifth consecutive Gold Glove Award this week for his consistently fine work behind the plate for the Cardinals. Yadi is the youngest of the three Molina brother catchers, and easily has the most talent of any of them. Other catchers may get more noteriety, like Buster Posey with the Giants or A.J. Pierzynski from the White Sox. But none has the pure talent to call a game and hold runners like Yadi. What may surprise people is his development as a hitter. He hit .305 in 2011 and .315 this past season. Cards fans can look forward to many more years with Yadi, as he is signed through 2017.
10/18/12: We saw this last year in the World Series. The Cardinals were down to their last stike before elimination, and somehow they found a way to rally and win. They made it tougher this year against the Nationals. Trailing 6-0 early, and down to their last strike, not once, but twice, the never-say-die Cardinals gutted out another improbably victory, avoided elimination, and moved on to face the Giant in the NLCS. St. Louis and San Francisco split the first two games in AT&T Park, and now the series moves to the Gateway to the West. The winner will play in the World Series against either the Tigers or Yankees.
10/4/12 ? One year after winning the World Series, the St. Louis Cardinals are back in the postseason. With a 1-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds coupled with a Los Angeles Dodgers loss, the Cardinals clinched the second NL Wild Card spot. Cardinals? rookie right-hander Shelby Miller took a no-hitter into the sixth inning and finished with a no-decision after throwing six innings and striking out seven. The only run in the game came on a run-scoring single from St. Louis third-baseman Matt Carpenter. St. Louis will meet Kris Medlen and the Atlanta Braves in a one-game playoff to advance for the right to face the Washington Nationals.
10/4/12: The St. Louis Cardinals finished off the regular season in a strong way - winning 11 of their final 14 games to hold on to the second (and last) wild-card spot for the playoffs. Both the Dodgers and Brewers made fierce September runs, but neither could dig themself out of their holes from early season losses. The Cardinals will face the Atlanta Braves in a one-game play-in game to determine who will move on to play the Washington Nationals in the Division Series. The Redbirds will start 16 game winner Kyle Loshe, saving Adam Wainwright for the Nats, if needed.
8/16/12: Seminole Nation put down the Tomahawk Chop and put both hands together to pray for the health of starting quarterback E.J. Manuel. Manuel injured his right foot in practice on Thursday when another Nole roled over it during a scrimmage. Fortunately, it is a minor injury - Coach Jimbo Fisher said he could have played on if it were a game. He will sit out the next few days and should be back next week. Redshirt sophmore Clint Trickett took snaps with the first team. Trickett subbed in for E.J. for parts of three games last season after Manuel was hurt against Oklahoma.
Busch Stadium is home to the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cardinals play in the Central Division of the National League. The Cardinals boast 11 World Series Championships, which is the most among National League teams. They are 2nd in the MLB behind the New York Yankees, who have 27.The St. Louis Cardinals are coming off a 2011World Series win against the Texas Rangers. They won the series 4-3. Game 6 of that series will go down as one of the most memorable games in MLB postseason history as the Texas Rangers were one strike away from their first ever MLB Championship in both the 9th and 10th inning, yet could not close the door on the Cardinals.Busch Stadium opened in 2006 and can seat up to 43,975 fans. The record for attendance was set in Game 7 of the World Series vs. the Texas Rangers when 47,399 fans squeezed into the stadium to witness the Cardinals win the pennant. In 2011, Busch Stadium and the Cardinals created a new ticket pricing system called Dynamic Pricing which allows the team to market single game tickets at a better price. The system was successful in helping to achieve the goals of widening the ticket buying fan base. It rewards fans for buying tickets earlier in the season.
8/2/12: The Cardinals just can not figure out who they want to be. They looked like a dominant reiging World Series champion when they took five of six from the Cubs and Dodgers before dropping two of three to Chicago at Wrigley. The Redbirds did not do much at the trade deadline, swapping a prospect for bullpen depth. In the meantime, the dual-personality is hurting them in the standings. The Reds have been the best team in the league since the All-Star break and will be tough to catch. The Cards are not out of the running for a wild-card spot, and figure to improve as they get healthy.
7/26/12: The Cardinals made history on Saturday night, and best of all for Redbird fans, it was against the arch rival Cubs. The Cubs and Cards were locked in a 0-0 pitcher's duel going into the bottom of the 7th. Cubs starter Matt Garza left after the 3rd with tricep cramps, and Justin Germano pitched 3 solid innings until David Freese got on base. Then the floodgates opened. The Cardinals sent 17 batters to the plate and hit 8 extra base hits, including 7 doubles. No homeruns. 17 batters, 10 hits, and 12 runs in an inning ties several league records. Otherwise it was a dull game, with 8.5 other innings where nothing happened.
The St. Louis Cardinals have continued their excellent offensive play and still remain among the top teams in baseball in all four of the major offensive categories. However, winning is a whole other story, and picking up W's hasn't been coming quite as easy to the Cards lately. The Cardinals are only two games over .500, at 33-31, and the defending World Series champions remain tied with the surprise story of the NL so far this season, the Pittsburgh Pirates, for second place in the NL Central. The Cardinals are currently 3 games behind the first-place Cincinnati Reds.
After losing five straight games to the Atlanta Braves and New York Mets, the medicine the St. Louis Cardinals needed came in the form of the last-place Houston Astros. The Cardinals got back to their scoring ways in the last two games of their series against Houston, outscoring the 'Stros 18-5 and getting back above .500 to 30-28. Although the Cards are in third place behind Cincinnati and the surprising Pittsburgh Pirates in the NL Central, they are only 2 games out of the division lead and will begin an interleague series against the Cleveland Indians tonight at home.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina is the leading vote getter for catchers to represent the National League in the 2012 MLB All-Star game, according to the first numbers released by MLB. Molina is hitting .325 with eight homeruns and 32 RBIs on the season. He has not been his usual self behind the plate though, throwing out only 38% of base stealers compared to his 44% career average. The Cardinals will need Molina's production as they open interleague play at home against the two best teams in the AL Central, the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians.
The St. Louis Cardinals, at 27-24, are currently 1.5 games behind the Cincinnati Reds in second place in the NL Central division. Despite being second in the league in all of the major offensive categories -- runs, batting average, slugging percentage and on-base percentage -- the Cardinals are only three games over .500. They will open up a four-game series with the New York Mets on Friday night and former-Met Carlos Beltran will make his return to Citi Field. Beltran has been a major contributor to the Cardinals' success early on, with 15 home runs and 42 RBI.
5/31/12 - Lance Lynn is securing his spot as one of the best pitchers in baseball. Lynn is tied for the league lead in wins (8) and win percentage (.889). Lynn has pitched five or more innings in all ten of his starts this season, giving up more than three runs in a game only once. With Lynn's dominance and the success of the St. Louis offense all season, it is not hard to figure out why Lynn is leading those categories. The Cardinals hope Lynn, along with Jamie Garcia and Kyle Lohse, can hold down the rotation until Chris Carpenter returns from his shoulder injury.
5/23/12: The defending World Series Champs continue to slide, offering rookie Manager Mike Matheny his first true test of leadership in this yound 2012 season. Inconsistent pitching, poor hitting, and a barage of injuries are all culprits, as the Redbirds were swept by the Dodgers in LA, lost their last four, and 8 of their last 10. St. Louis suffered a potentially devastating blow over the weekend when Lance Berkman tore his meniscus and strained other knee ligaments. A best case scenario has Berkman back in two months, but neither he nor the team will rule out season-ending surgery for now.
5/15/12: The Redbirds snapped their five game slide by defeating the rival Chicago Cubs 7-6, thanks to a walk-off RBI single by Yadier Molina. The Cards losing streak included a sweep at home by the visiting Atlanta Braves, a series which Cardinals' pitchers lacked command and effectiveness. The poor pitching allowed the Cincinnati Reds to move 1.5 games back, even though the Reds have not been terribly strong either. More importantly, the slide prevented the Cardinals from opening up a sizable lead in a mediocre division. St. Louis continues to be plagued by injuries, now putting CF Jon Jay on the 15-day DL with a shoulder injury.
5/11/12: The Cardinals lead in the NL Central remained at 2.5 games over the Reds after a 9-6 power outburst against the Arizona Diamondbacks, which included 5 homeruns. The Redbirds are not flat-out dominating the division as they did a few years ago, but division rivals are not giving much chase right now. The Cardinals have sufferred through another heavy round of injuries this year, including time lost for Lance Berkman, Matt Holliday, and ace pitcher Chris Carpente who has not pitched all season and likely will not return before July. However, Lance Lyn has more than filled in for Carp, going 6-0 with a 1.40 ERA.
5/3/12: The Cardinals announced they are retiring former manager Tony LaRussa's number 10 on May 11. In addition to leading the Cardinals to nine playoff appearances, three World Series and two championships, he is also the franchise leader in regular season wins (1408) over 16 seasons. LaRussa is second all-time in postseason wins, and third all-time in wins with 2,728 behind Connie Mack and John McGraw. LaRussa retired the day after the Cardinals won their 11th World Series last October. Mike Matheny took over as manager and has the Redbirds playing where they left off, leading the NL Central and only having lost one series all season.
4/24/12: The Cardinals continue to win series, taking two of three from Pittsburgh for their sixth straight series win to open the year. Following the Pirates series, the Cardinals stood at 11-5, and already opened a 4 game lead on the rest of the NL Central. Rafael Furcal, acquired mid-season last year, is off to a hot start, leading the team with a .362 batting average. Playoff and World Series hero David Freese continued where he left off last year with 15 RBIs and a .333 average. It's too early to tell, but the Redbirds could be on their way to yet another postseason.
4/18/12: The defending World Series Champions are off a solid 8-3 start, having ruined opening night at the new Marlins Park for Miami, and taking 2 of 3 against the Brewers, Cubs, and Reds (and the first of a 3-game series against the Reds, again). Despite the retirements of Manager Tony LaRuss and Pitching Coach Dave Duncan, the defection of Albert Pujols, and injuries to Chris Carpenter, Lance Berkman, and David Freese, the Redbirds just keep plugging in new guys and winning. Division games continue to dominate through the end of April, with series against the Pirates, Cubs, and Brewers upcoming.
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The St. Louis Cardinals come into the 2011 season with high expectations carrying over from their 2010 campaign. After finishing second in the division last season and experiencing a disappointing late season slide, the club has added a supporting cast for stars Albert Pujols, Adam Wainwright and Matt Holliday. Ryan Theriot and Lance Berkman add some much needed depth to the Cards' lineup, one that should be one of the toughest to beat in the NL Central.
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Pujols and crew have not been playing up to expectations. They are currently behind the Milwaukee Brewers in the NL Central and way behind in the NL Wild Card. It doesn't look as if the Cardinals will be repeating as champions any time soon unless they figure out a way to get Pujols back to normal and have everyone follow.
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