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91-71
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.245 10th
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3.79 2nd
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.989 1st
HR Paul Goldschmidt 29
RBI Marcell Ozuna 82
R Paul DeJong 91
BA Kolten Wong .283
SB Kolten Wong 22
W Dakota Hudson 15
ERA Giovanny Gallegos 2.14
K Jack Flaherty 206
SV Carlos Martinez 19
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Mike Shildt wins Manager of Year
(MLB.com) The 2019 BBWAA Manager of the Year awards were announced on Tuesday night, with the AL honor going to Twins manager Rocco Baldelli and the award in the NL going to Cardinals manager Mike Shildt.


o All-time Manager of the Year winners: American League | National League


All Baldelli did in his first season as a Major League manager was improve his club's win total by 23 games, become the seventh rookie skipper to top 100 victories and guide the Twins to their first American League Central title since 2010. The former player brought a host of changes to the organization, focusing on new rest and recovery routines for his players and introducing new analytical thinking to the team's day-to-day strategy. Under Baldelli, the Twins' pitching staff recorded the AL's fifth-best ERA and its lineup transformed into a powerhouse as it knocked an MLB-record 307 home runs. In terms of regular-season success, it's hard ...     [ More ]
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Molina plans to play past current contract, perhaps through 2022, Cardinals learn
(STLToday.com) SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Originally, Yadier Molina's plan was to play through the end of his current contract, trade in his pads and mitt maybe for a fungo bat and some time as a coach for Team Puerto Rico or a guest instructor with the Cardinals, and then wait for the time to get fitted for a red coat.

He's willing to push that off at least a year, maybe two.

Molina, whose current contract expires at the end of the 2020 season, would like to play through 2021 and possibly ...    [ More ]
Encore for Wainwright: Cardinals, longtime ace agree on one-year deal for 2020
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(STLToday.com) SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The preference, even as he hit free agency for the first time in his career and could field offers from other interested teams, was always to return for one more year, that last encore before the curtain, with the Cardinals.

Adam Wainwright will get that chance.

Wainwright and the Cardinals agreed to a one-year deal Tuesday morning. The team announced the contract on Twitter before confirming it.

Terms of the deal were not yet known. This ...    [ More ]
Cardinals give contract extensions to Mozeliak, Girsch, Shildt; Waino plans to pitch next season
(STLToday.com) The Cardinals have recommitted to additional years of its baseball operation leadership group, from the dugout to the front office.

President of baseball operations John Mozeliak, general manager Michael Girsch, and manager Mike Shildt all received new terms and extensions on their contracts, chairman Bill DeWitt Jr. announced Tuesday at Busch Stadium.

Adam Wainwright, a free agent for the first time in his career, plans to pitch in 2020, sources confirmed. The Cardinals ...    [ More ]
Shildt is NL Manager of the Year finalist
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(MLB.com) ST. LOUIS -- The job Mike Shildt did in guiding St. Louis to its first division title since 2015 has earned the Cardinals' manager a top-three finish in the National League Manager of the Year Award race.


Shildt will learn exactly how high he'll finish on Nov. 12, when the winners from both leagues will be unveiled during a 5 p.m. CT special on MLB Network. On Monday, he was named one of three finalists, along with Milwaukee's Craig Counsell and ...    [ More ]
Cardinals extend Ozuna qualifying offer
(MLB.com) ST. LOUIS -- Though the Cardinals haven't publicly indicated whether they'll explore bringing Marcell Ozuna back under a multiyear deal, the club has extended a one-year qualifying offer to the outfielder.


Ozuna was one of 10 players across Major League Baseball to receive a qualifying offer -- worth $17.8 million for 2020 -- ahead of Monday's 4 p.m. CT deadline. Ozuna, a free agent for the first time in his career, now has 10 days to decide whether to ...    [ More ]
Kolten Wong wins Rawlings Gold Glove Award
(MLB.com) Earlier this evening, St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong was named the winner of the Rawlings Gold Glove Award for National League second basemen, earning the honor for the first time in his career. In doing so, he joined Fernando Viña (2001 & 2002) as the only Cardinals second basemen to have ever won the league's award for defensive excellence.

Wong, 28, provided numerous highlight reel plays in 2019, leading N.L. second basemen in total chances (671), assists (412), ...    [ More ]
In good hands: Led by favorite Wong, Cardinals have NL-best six Gold Glove finalists
(STLToday.com) WASHINGTON -- The radical improvement the Cardinals made on defense this past season not only helped them contend despite an inconsistent offense but also made a little history as the only club to go from worst to first in errors.

That turnaround could be worth its weight in gold.

Led by Gold Glove Award favorite Kolten Wong, the Cardinals had an National League-best six finalists for the nine Gold Glove awards presented this year. St. Louis-baseball sporting goods company ...    [ More ]
Ozuna hopes to stay put: 'I would love it'
(MLB.com) WASHINGTON -- As he prepared to leave the visitors' clubhouse at Nationals Park late Tuesday night, Marcell Ozuna said he hopes that Game 4 of the National League Championship Series was not the end of his time with the Cardinals.



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Cards stay cold in DC, face ultimate challenge
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(MLB.com) WASHINGTON -- In a must-win situation, almost everything went wrong for the Cardinals.

They did not get the start out of their ace that they needed. Their defense did not help. And even though their offense had more hits than it managed in the first two games of the series combined, it wasn't nearly enough to win.

After an 8-1 loss Monday night to the Nationals in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series, the Cardinals are one game from being swept and seeing ...    [ More ]
Cardinals homegrown Mr. October, David Freese, announces his retirement
(STLToday.com) In the ninth inning Friday as the Cardinals tried to conjure, magically, a rally against the Washington Nationals in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series, the scoreboard did its best to wake the spirits by playing highlights from Game 6 of the 2011 World Series.

David Freese's triple and then his walk-off homer to force a Game 7 the Cardinals would win has become more than a moment for the organization.

It's a talisman.

And when next Freese's sees ...    [ More ]
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