In the continued offseason evolution of the Cardinal roster, the team parted ways with three players on Tuesday, as the free agent free-for-all continues to inch closer.
The St. Louis Cardinals lacked punch from their bench in 2012. The arrival of Matt Adams gives the team a powerful left-handed bat in 2013.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be breaking down each position/area of the St. Louis Cardinals organization, from the Majors down to the rookie levels. Today, we’ll start in the outfield…and with one of the most obvious questions of the spring…
Adron Chambers and Shane Robinson are battling hard for spots on the St. Louis Cardinals roster this Spring Training.
Questions about the health of the 2012 St. Louis Cardinals started popping up before the ink was dry on the contracts signed by Rafael Furcal and Carlos Beltran.
The Cardinals announced their final September call ups to join the team now that the Memphis Redbirds have concluded their season. Tony Cruz, Tyler Greene and Adron Chambers will all … Read More
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Matt Holliday heads to surgery, Cardinals contemplate their next move.
Three reasons why the Cardinals took a flier on Jim Edmonds this year.
Adron Chambers is the player profile of the week in the Cardinal Farm Report.