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.254 6th
2.92 1st
.984 11th
HR Matt Carpenter 28
RBI Matt Carpenter 84
R Matt Carpenter 101
BA Jason Heyward .292
SB Jason Heyward 23
W Michael Wacha 17
ERA Trevor Rosenthal 2.10
K Carlos Martinez 184
SV Trevor Rosenthal 48
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Cards maintain interest in Zobrist, report says
( As look for a way to add offense and a versatile infielder to the roster, the Cardinals have maintained interest in Ben Zobrist, one of the most coveted free agents in the market who will have a variety of teams and roles to choose from as offers crystallize this winter.

The Cardinals have reached out to express interest in Zobrist, CBS Sports reported Wednesday morning. The club also had conversation about Zobrist and with his representative earlier this month at or around the GM meetings.

The report, by Jon Heyman, said "as many as 20 teams (are) in the mix" for Zobrist.

A native of Eureka, Ill., Zobrist spent this past season with Oakland and Kansas City, finishing the year as a World Series champion. Zobrist, 34, hit .276 with a .359 on-base percentage and a .450 slugging percentage this past season. He spent most of the season at second base and was the starter there for the Royals during the postseason, but he has the ability to play all over the ...     [ More ]
Piscotty named Cards' Minor League POY
( The Cardinals on Monday named outfielder Stephen Piscotty their Minor League Player of the Year while selecting both right-hander Alex Reyes and lefty Austin Gomber as their Minor League Pitchers of the Year.

This is the first time since the award's inception in 1995 that the Cards have named co-winners for their top Minor League pitching award. Piscotty, Reyes and Gomber will each receive their awards at the St. Louis Baseball Writers' Association of America Awards Dinner on Jan. ...    [ More ]

Matheny runner-up for NL Manager of the Year
( Cardinals manager Mike Matheny finished second in voting for the 2015 Baseball Writers' Association of America National League Manager of the Year Award.

Cubs manager Joe Maddon won the award. Terry Collins of the Mets finished third.

Matheny led the Cardinals to a 100-win season and their third straight NL Central championship, despite a roster decimated by key injuries and losses throughout the season. In each of his first four full seasons at the helm, Matheny has ...    [ More ]
Cards reveal 28-game Spring Training schedule
( The Cardinals on Tuesday announced their Spring Training schedule, a 28-game slate that includes 17 games at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Fla.

St. Louis pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report to Florida on Feb. 17 and conduct their first workout the following day. The rest of the team is scheduled to report on Feb. 22 and take part in their first workout on Feb. 23.

The Cards will play 14 home games and 14 road dates, although that figure includes three games as ...    [ More ]
Lynn on elbow injury: 'I decided to keep pitching'
( ?Having spent the latter half of the season firing fastballs despite biting discomfort in his right arm, Cardinals starter Lance Lynn knew well what he could do and for how long he could do it before having to surrender for a few days.

He recognized a deeper problem when the pain persisted - off the mound.

"Like shaking someone's hand," Lynn explained Wednesday night. "Opening a door with the doorknob. Or picking up my daughter."

Lynn, 28, had reconstructive ...    [ More ]
Mozeliak leading Cards in new direction
( Before lunchtime Wednesday, as he chatted with his staff at the general managers meetings, John Mozeliak urged them to keep their "chins up."

For the first time all week a day arrived without the loss of a pitcher.

After a summer defined as much by the players they lost as the 100 wins they had, the Cardinals have started the offseason with the suspension of their top prospect and, on Tuesday, elbow surgery for Lance Lynn that ended his 2016 season five months before it ...    [ More ]
Heyward wins Wilson Defensive Player Award
( The Cardinals' Jason Heyward finished a sweep of baseball's most distinguished defensive honors by taking the Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award as the game's top right fielder during an awards show on Wednesday.

Heyward lands this honor to go along with the Fielding Bible Award he received last week and the Rawlings Gold Glove honor he took home on Tuesday as recognition for another tremendous season in the field.

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Infection causes Brock to lose part of leg
( From the minute he arrived in a trade from Chicago and put on a St. Louis uniform in 1964, Lou Brock stole his way into the hearts of Cardinals fans and ultimately into the record book.

His National League record 938 steals and 118 in a single season and his total of 3,023 career hits earned him a lifetime pass to Cooperstown, N.Y., where he is enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

A couple of weeks ago, Brock, 76, entered an area hospital and the legs that ...    [ More ]
Molina wins his eighth Gold Glove
( Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina won his eighth National League Gold Glove Award and now only a Hall of Famer has more of them.

Rawlings, the St. Louis-based sporting goods manufacturer, announced the winners of the annual "finest in the field" awards on ESPN on Tuesday night. Molina was one of two Cardinals expected to win the defensive award, joining right fielder Jason Heyward.

Molina was the first winner announced in the hourlong program.

Right field has not ...    [ More ]
Lynn has Tommy John surgery, will miss 2016
( Cardinals right-hander Lance Lynn underwent Tommy John surgery on the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow on Tuesday and is expected to miss the entire 2016 season, the team announced.

Lynn also had the ulnar nerve in his arm transposed and bone chips removed.

Lynn went 12-11 with a 3.03 ERA ...    [ More ]

Mozeliak gets down to business
( Even if outfielder Jason Heyward elects to sign elsewhere this winter, the Cardinals have the option of trumpeting a team that won 100 games this summer and, as general manager John Mozeliak said, returning next spring with a lineup that is "fairly well set."

Change isn't inevitable.

That doesn't mean it's undesirable.

"Well, I think it's healthy to have changes," Mozeliak said. "The last thing you want to do is just get stagnant. This was an exciting team. We ...    [ More ]
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