86-76 2nd
.255 10th
4.11 8th
.983 11th
HR Jedd Gyorko 30
RBI Stephen Piscotty 84
R Stephen Piscotty 85
BA Yadier Molina .304
SB Kolten Wong 7
W Carlos Martinez 16
ERA Seung Hwan Oh 1.92
K Carlos Martinez 174
SV Seung Hwan Oh 19
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STL 10 13 0
PIT 4 9 1
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Cards announce $220M Phase 2 for Ballpark Village
( The Cardinals announced plans on Tuesday morning for a $220 million second phase of Ballpark Village, St. Louis' dining and entertainment district located adjacent to Busch Stadium.

The 550,000-square-foot addition will create thousands of jobs and include the construction of a 29-story luxurious high-rise residential building and additional retail, restaurant and entertainment facilities. The project will also add the first new Class A office building in downtown St. Louis since 1989.

"We are very excited about the second phase of Ballpark Village," said Bill DeWitt III, President of the St. Louis Cardinals. "Our vision of a mixed-use neighborhood where people live, work and play will become a reality. This is a real game-changer for the city of St. Louis and the state of Missouri."

The team will mainly use taxes generated by Ballpark Village as well as private equity and debt investments to finance Phase 2 of the project, which is expected to ...     [ More ]
Cardinals undecided on picking up Garcia's option
( As he prepared for the coming season this past winter, Cardinals lefty Jaime Garcia fixated his workouts, his schedule, and even his nutrition around a single goal: proving he was healthy enough to be a regular, reliable, even 200-inning starter.

By the end, he had kept his body together.

His mechanics were another matter.

"The consistency wasn't there," Garcia said Sunday shortly before the Cardinals were eliminated. ...    [ More ]
Cards rout Bucs, but eliminated from playoffs
( The Cardinals did their part, thumping the Pirates, 10-4, to end the season with four straight wins. But they did not get the necessary help out West, where the Giants, with their own sweep, ended the Cardinals' postseason pursuit at 5:11 p.m. CT on Sunday.

It means that for the first time since 2010, Major League Baseball's postseason will not feature any games in St. Louis. The Cardinals, with a record of 86-76, finished one game behind both the Giants and Mets in the National ...    [ More ]
Gyorko, comeback Cards keep WC quest going
( It will all come down to Game 162 for the Cardinals, who, with a 4-3, come-from-behind win over the Pirates at Busch Stadium, staved off potential Wild Card elimination on Saturday and set the stage for Adam Wainwright to possibly pitch his team into the postseason on the final day of the regular season.

Whether the Cardinals enter Sunday even with the Giants for the second National League Wild Card spot or one game behind them will be determined by the outcome of San Francisco's ...    [ More ]
Moss snaps out of funk with big homer
( Cardinals manager Mike Matheny followed Brandon Moss up the tunnel after he took him out of Wednesday night's game against the Reds in the seventh inning. He didn't say anything, but he could tell Moss was "wearing it hard" after he struck out to end the seventh inning with runners on second and third.

Matheny left him with his thoughts and out of the lineup Thursday. In Friday's 7-0 victory over the Pirates, Moss proved Matheny made the right decision with a two-run home run in the ...    [ More ]
Cards target WC with rousing shutout of Bucs
( With an inspired start by Carlos Martinez and a flood of production against the Pirates' bullpen, the Cardinals asserted their place in the National League Wild Card race with a 7-0 victory at Busch Stadium on Friday night. The win kept pressure on the Giants, whose lead for the second Wild Card spot will be erased if they can't match St. Louis with a win of their own later in the evening.

With two games remaining in the regular season, the Cardinals trail the Mets by two games in ...    [ More ]
Holy Holliday! Slugger homers in final salute
( Having informed Matt Holliday earlier this week that organization is unlikely to exercise his $17 million option for 2017, general manager John Mozeliak announced that the Cardinals would activate Holliday from the disabled list on Friday in order to give the veteran outfielder an opportunity to salute the fans with one final appearance.

Holliday got his chance in the seventh inning of the Cardinals' opener against the Pirates on Friday night. A visibly emotional Holliday stepped to ...    [ More ]
Cardinals pencil in Wacha for Saturday's start
( When Jaime Garcia lasted one inning and allowed two runs on four hits with two home runs Monday against the Reds, it was clear he had lost his edge and likely his spot in the Cardinals' starting rotation for the second time this season.

His loss of mechanics opened the door for a new starter Saturday. The Cards plan to send Michael Wacha to the mound in his first start since Aug. 8, unless he is summoned in an emergency situation Friday night.

Wacha lasted five innings ...    [ More ]
Cardinals won't pick up Holliday's option for 2017
( Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday was activated from the 15-day disabled list Friday. But this weekend will be the last time he is seen in a Cardinals uniform during the regular season because general manager John Mozeliak announced that the club will not be picking up Holliday's $17 million club option for next year. A $1 million buyout will be executed instead.

Holliday, 35, is hitting .242 with 19 homers and 60 runs batted in but hasn't played ...    [ More ]
Yadi's controversial walk-off 2B keeps Cards Wild
( It came with controversy, but the Cardinals, behind a walk-off RBI double by Yadier Molina, overcame their own bullpen blip to grab a critical 4-3 victory over the Reds at Busch Stadium on Thursday.

The win put pressure on the Giants, who defeated the Rockies late on Thursday to keep St. Louis a game back of the second National League Wild Card spot. The Wild Card-leading Mets, idle on Thursday, maintain the top spot with three days remaining in the regular season.

"Pure ...    [ More ]
Oh leaves with groin strain but says he could have finished
( Cincinnati took aim at Seung Hwan Oh in the ninth inning Wednesday night when two consecutive batters happened to hit sharp ground balls in his direction.

He reached high for the first ball, which deflected off his glove to second baseman Greg Garcia and the out was recorded at first base.

The second went off his glove again and Oh scrambled in an attempt to recover and make the play without success.

...    [ More ]
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