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Cardinals Player-By-Player Grades At The Half

The Cardinals are now well past the technical halfway point of the season, but the ceremonial one that is the All-Star Break is still ahead. With that coming, it is a fair time to assess where the individual parts of the team stand thus far, via the time tested and approved method: the good old grade card.

Wacha, Garcia Injuries Put Cardinals’ Back Against Wall

The Cardinals were dealt a combination of rolling punches on Sunday when the team sent 40% of its starting rotation to the disabled list on one afternoon, yet for a sole reason. Michael Wacha and Jaime Garcia will both begin stints out of action on Monday due to shoulder complications, and the team faces an uncertain run of time with a depleted edition of its lone source of dependable contribution this year.

Cardinals Tickets For Series Vs Mets Available For 67% Below Season Avg

Next on the St. Louis Cardinals schedule will be the New York Mets, who they start a three-game series with Friday night at Busch Stadium.

Triple Play: Yasiel Puig, Mitch Williams, Chris Tillman

Welcome to this week’s edition of the Triple Play. This week, we look at an outfielder who has stepped up his game, a commentator who needs to step away from the game, a team turning a nifty triple play feat, and more. Off we go: Who’s Hot? Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers Going into this […]

Monthly All-Star Team: May 2014

Breaking down players’ statistics monthly constitutes a streaky player from a consistent player. These all-stars are determined both for defensive and offensive reasons.

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Kansas City Royals Mock Draft: Last Minute Picks and Predictions

The Kansas City Royals will enter the 2014 first-year player draft in an unfamiliar position for them.

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Triple Play: Nelson Cruz, Wil Myers, David Ortiz

As the season turns to June – one-third of the way done in 2014 – we look at a bargain-priced slugger, a young outfielder having a season to forget, and more, including what may be the most clutch triple play I’ve ever seen or read about.

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Mike Moustakas’ Woes Continue in Omaha

Mike Moustakas has found himself in Triple-A Omaha trying to find the promise that the once promising prospect showed. After a week in the minors, it does not appear that he is turning things around quickly.

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Shelby Miller might need minor league-type adjustment with St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Shelby Miller endured the worst start of his Major League Baseball career Wednesday against the New York Yankees at Busch Stadium

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Kansas City Royals Share Continued Bad News for Pitching Staff

The Kansas City Royals experienced a scary moment over the weekend when Yordano Ventura left Monday’s start with elbow discomfort. The organization announced a setback to prospect Kyle Zimmer. It has been a rough few days to be a Kansas City pitcher.

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Triple Play: Edwin Encarnacion, Grady Sizemore, Josh Beckett

This week, we look at a slugger enjoying a month that no one has since 2010, a free-falling outfielder, how the Rockies might replace Nolan Arenado, and more.

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The Future For Mike Moustakas

After the Kansas City Royals demoted Mike Moustakas, the once-promising superstar has the opportunity to reestablish his career in Omaha. Don’t be surprised if the slugger does just that.

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Checking in on the Kansas City Royals’ rotation

The strength of this Kansas City Royals team has been its pitching. The Royals 2014 team ERA is 3.43, good for third in the AL.

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St. Louis Cardinals could finally be on verge of first extended winning stretch

The St. Louis Cardinals put a punctuation mark on a mediocre and disappointing — because of extremely high expectations – first six weeks of the 2014 season with a dreadful 17-5 loss Monday to the Chicago Cubs that might serve as the team’s wakeup call.

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