The St. Louis Cardinals will be the National League Central Division champions as they enter the playoffs, but where they begin the postseason is still an important mystery.
Yesterday afternoon, the Cardinals released the details of their schedule for the 2014 season. Here are a few of the highlights and series of note for the upcoming season.
The St. Louis Cardinals have played as tough of a schedule as any team in Major League Baseball this season.
For the first time in almost a month, the St. Louis Cardinals will enter a series as the division leader in the National League Central.
A hot start after the All Star break had Royals fans dreaming of the postseason.
A five game series with the Detroit Tigers will reveal if the Royals are contenders or pretenders.
The biggest race of the year was not supposed to be the Pittsburgh Pirates and the St. Louis Cardinals. It was supposed to be the Washington Nationals and the Atlanta Braves.
The St. Louis Cardinals landed Friday in Atlanta ready to begin an 11-game, 10-day road trip against three of the best teams in the National League with the best record in Major League Baseball.
St. Louis Cardinals right-handed reliever Fernando Salas returned to the team Friday to start the second half of the regular season after a 56-day stint on the disabled list.
The St. Louis Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates have rarely played meaningful games against one another after the All-Star Break in the past 20 years, but this year their second-half matchups could be the most intriguing of the year.