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Hall of Famer Bob Gibson dies at 84
(MLB.com) He'll be remembered most for that which can't be measured or even accurately explained. Sure, we have plenty of facts and figures we can use to celebrate the great baseball career of Bob Gibson -- the wins, strikeouts, shutouts, Cy Youngs, Gold Gloves and the World Series superlatives.


But it's the competitiveness Gibson conveyed and the intimidation he inspired that truly shaped his legacy in this sport. And those are the qualities that we remember most now that he passed away Friday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 84. The Cardinals, the team on which he spent his entire 17-year career, confirmed the news Friday night.




Gibson's passing comes on the anniversary of one of his greatest games -- his 17-strikeout performance in Game 1 of the World Series on Oct. 2, 1968 -- and less ...     [ More ]
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Cards feeding off postseason togetherness
(MLB.com) With about a week to go in the regular season, Cardinals manager Mike Shildt and his coaching staff decided they needed to find a way to bring the team together a bit more after the way COVID-19 protocols had limited interaction between people at the ballpark.


With mask-wearing and social-distancing measures still in place, the Cardinals stopped sending their starting pitchers home or to the hotel during the games they weren't pitching. It was a measure ...    [ More ]
Cardinals Hall of Famer Bob Gibson dies at 84 after bout with cancer
(STLToday.com) By almost any account, Stan Musial was considered the greatest Cardinals player. By the same accounts, Bob Gibson, who died at age 84 Friday night in Omaha, Neb., under hospice care after fighting pancreatic cancer for more than a year, was considered the franchise's greatest pitcher.

Gibson was the Cardinals' second National Baseball Hall of Famer to die in the past month. His longtime teammate, Lou Brock, died at age 81 on Sept. 6. Gibson's death came on ...    [ More ]
Cards pounce with 4-run 1st, hold off Padres
(MLB.com) Entering their National League Wild Card Series against the Padres this week, all questions were on the Cardinals' offense and how it would overcome its struggle to produce consistently in the regular season.


St. Louis silenced those questions right out of the gate on Wednesday.



o Wild Card Series presented by Hankook Tire, Game 2: Thur., 5 p.m. ET/4 CT on ...    [ More ]
Cards defy odds to clinch postseason berth
(MLB.com) ST. LOUIS -- As soon as the ball hit Paul Goldschmidt's glove for the final out on the final day of the regular season, the Cardinals' dugout erupted and the players rushed out onto the field. Reliever Alex Reyes pumped his fist and met his catcher, Yadier Molina, in the middle of the field.


The Cardinals are headed to the playoffs.


A 5-2 win over the Brewers on Sunday at Busch Stadium sent the Cardinals to the ...    [ More ]
Dakota Hudson to have Tommy John surgery
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(MLB.com) The Cardinals announced on Sunday that right-hander Dakota Hudson will undergo Tommy John surgery on Monday. He will miss most, if not all, of the 2021 season while recovering.


Hudson left his most recent start on Sept. 17 after just two innings and was placed on the 45-day IL with a right forearm strain.


Hudson, the Cardinals' first-round pick in 2016, finished fifth in the National League Rookie of the Year ...    [ More ]
Cardinals legend Lou Brock dies Sunday afternoon at 81
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(STLToday.com) St. Louis Cardinals' Hall of Famer Lou Brock, who had fought through a number of medical conditions in recent years, died Sunday afternoon. He was 81.

Brock will be remembered for many accomplishments. He was the National League's all-time leader in stolen bases with 938. He had 3,023 hits. He was a first-ballot electee into the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.

But he may be known mostly as the centerpiece of what was perceived as the greatest trade in Cardinals ...    [ More ]
Cards burst from gate, win 1st game in return
(MLB.com) It may have taken the Cardinals 17 days to get back on the field, but it didn't take long for them to grab a lead and a win in their first game back.


A four-run first inning led to a 5-1 win over the White Sox in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader at Guaranteed Rate Field.


Leadoff hitter Kolten Wong set the tone with an eight-pitch walk in White Sox starter Lucas Giolito's 34-pitch inning. After Tommy Edman ...    [ More ]
Cards-Bucs series PPD; more testing planned
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(MLB.com) ST. LOUIS -- Citing the recent positive COVID-19 tests in the Cardinals organization and an abundance of caution, Major League Baseball postponed the upcoming series between the Cardinals and the Pirates at Busch Stadium, originally scheduled to take place from Monday to Wednesday.


The outbreak has affected 16 members of the organization, with nine players and seven staff members testing positive. The team has been testing daily and isolating to try to ...    [ More ]
Quarantine over, Cards resume workouts
(MLB.com) ST. LOUIS -- Six consecutive days quarantining in a hotel room can take its toll on anyone, but it was clear Wednesday that the Cardinals were happy to get out of their downtown Milwaukee hotel. After a coronavirus outbreak within their traveling party that impacted a week of games and a fourth of the team's roster, the Cardinals returned two consecutive negative tests and were cleared to travel on Wednesday to St. Louis, where they had their first workout in a week.


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Opening day in STL shaping up to be smaller party than usual
(STLToday.com) Darren Schnurbusch, of Eureka watches a Cardinals exhibition game from the bleachers of Cardinal Nation restaurant in Ballpark Village on Wednesday, July 22, 2020, against the Kansas City Royals. Although is not part of the 60-game shortened season due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is the first Major League Baseball game in St. Louis since the previous season. The official home opener is Friday. Photo by Christian Gooden, cgooden@post-dispatch.com

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