Cardinals blow lead three times, lose to Nationals 7-6

WASHINGTON (AP) — Josh Bell hit a three-run homer in the seventh inning and the Washington Nationals rallied to beat the St. Louis Cardinals 7-6 on Saturday night. Bell, likely on his way out as the Major League Baseball trade deadline nears, gave the home fans possibly one final moment to celebrate his time with … More Cardinals blow lead three times, lose to Nationals 7-6

Paul DeJong back with the Cardinals… sort of

WASHINGTON — Former All-Star Paul DeJong is back with the Cardinals, but not to the full extent. The veteran shortstop rejoined the team on its taxi squad Friday in the nation’s capital, following a 2 1/2-month demotion to Triple-A Memphis. Cardinals manager Oliver Marmol said the team plans to activate DeJong soon, possibly as early as this … More Paul DeJong back with the Cardinals… sort of

Despite eyes on Juan Soto, pitching remains a priority for Cardinals

We’re getting closer to the Aug. 2nd trade deadline. And everyone knows (or at least, should know) how beneficial having All-Star Juan Soto on the St. Louis Cardinals would be. In a lineup that already has Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Arenado, having Soto would make the Cardinals one of the most formidable and dangerous lineups … More Despite eyes on Juan Soto, pitching remains a priority for Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals have emerged as frontrunners in Juan Soto sweepstakes

Things are really heating up in the Juan Soto sweepstakes. The St. Louis Cardinals are the favorites to acquire the 23-year old superstar, according to Jon Heyman and Joel Sherman of the New York Post. There is a long list of teams interested, however, including the New York Mets, New York Yankees, San Diego Padres, Seattle … More St. Louis Cardinals have emerged as frontrunners in Juan Soto sweepstakes

One last hurrah?

It was quite the shocking news to hear on Thursday afternoon. The Los Angeles Angels announced Thursday the legendary first baseman Albert Pujols was designated for assignment in the final season of his 10-year, $254 million contract. The 41-year old slugger currently sits fifth all-time in MLB history with 667, recently passing Hall-of-Famer Willie Mays, … More One last hurrah?

Cardinals re-issue the late Darryl Kile’s No. 57

The date was June 22nd, 2002. While fans were waiting for the Cardinals-Cubs game at Wrigley Field to get underway, Cubs catcher Joe Girardi went onto the field and spoke to the crowd, visibly emotional… “Excuse me. I thank you for your patience. We regret to inform you because of a tragedy in the Cardinal … More Cardinals re-issue the late Darryl Kile’s No. 57