St. Louis Cardinals officials said they wanted to make a “big splash” in the market for Cuban baseball players when they signed infielder Aledmys Diaz on Sunday, but their first signing might turn out to simply be a drop in the proverbial bucket.
This week, we take a closer look at a first-time dad on a hot streak, a team that has picked a bad time to slump, and our weekly Wainwright Walk Watch.
It’s been two years since the St. Louis Cardinals suddenly dealt former uber-prospect Colby Rasmus to the Toronto Blue Jays mid-season for a host of pieces in return. And in … Read More
Baseball’s back. Shake off the rust of the offseason with a guide to spring training, from where the teams play to which prospects to keep your eye on this year.
The Cardinals reached an agreement with general manager John Mozeliak to a three-year contract extension last week. Here’s a reflection on the signature moments of his tenure shaping the direction of the team.
The St. Louis Cardinals didn’t make many moves during last week’s Winter Meetings, but they did complete an important deal to solidify a position the team struggled to fill throughout the 2012 season.
Major League Baseball announced today that Billy Butler of the Kansas City Royals has been voted the winner of the 2012 Edgar Martinez Outstanding Designated Hitter Award.
Jeffress, Hottovy and Bourgeois become footnotes in Royals history.
For most of the last quarter of a century, the Kansas City Royals have done something more difficult than achieving success…they’ve avoided it completely.
The St. Louis Cardinals entered play Sunday with a 46-41 record, just one game behind their record at this point last season.