St. Louis Cardinals slugger Paul Goldschmidt has been voted the National League MVP, beating out teammate Nolan Arenado and San Diego Padres third baseman Manny Machado. It is the icing on the cake for the 35-year old All-Star, who had a career year in nearly every statistical category. “I think definitely as you age, you … More Cardinals’ Paul Goldschmidt wins National League MVP award
(Press release by St. Louis Cardinals) The St. Louis Cardinals announced their 2023 Major League coaching staff today with five newly-filled positions announced, along with six returning coaches, and Oliver Marmol, who will be entering his second season as the Redbirds manager. New to their positions on the 2023 staff will be Cardinals Hall of Famer and … More Cardinals Announce 2023 Major League Coaching Staff
ST. LOUIS — Veteran pitcher Adam Wainwright has informed the St. Louis Cardinals that he will return in ’23 — which will be his last in the majors. Cardinals president John Mozeliak confirmed on Wednesday during a press conference that the 41-year-old Wainwright will return for an 18th season with the franchise. Mozeliak and manager Oliver Marmol … More Adam Wainwright returning to Cardinals for one final season
One season ended, and with it, so did the careers of two future Hall of Famers. But for Albert Pujols and Yadier Molina, they did all they could to keep their team… and careers, going to see another day. Molina, with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, was the last hope. Like Pujols … More A disappointing finish ends an unforgettable era
Buckle up, folks. The St. Louis Cardinals are back in the playoffs for the fourth straight year. With Tuesday’s win over the Milwaukee Brewers, they wrapped up a first-place finish in the NL Central and clinched a spot in the postseason. It’s their first division title since the 2019 season. On top of that, the … More Cardinals Clinch NL Central Title with 6-2 Win vs. Brewers
History has been made. Albert Pujols has hit career home run #700. A feat only three other players in the 120+ year history of Major League Baseball has accomplished. After hitting his 699th career homer in the 3rd inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday night, Pujols hit a three-run blast in his next … More Albert Pujols makes history, joins the 700-home run club!
It was certainly a night to remember Wednesday night at Busch Stadium. Longtime teammates, friends, and “hermanos,” made history by a starting battery; by breaking a record set by Detroit Tigers greats Mickey Lolich and Bill Freehan. Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright set their own mark at 325 starts. This record is most likely not … More Birds of a Different Feather, Fly Together
History was made on Saturday night in Pittsburgh. Albert Pujols, continuing his quest for 700 career home runs, added another one. His 696th career home run ties him with Alex Rodriguez for four all-time on the home runs list. Pujols has 22 games left in his final season in the big leagues. And no matter … More Albert Pujols hits home run No. 696, ties Alex Rodriguez for 4th on all-time list
It’s August 20th, and Albert Pujols is just eight home runs away from 700 career home runs. Since August 10th, Pujols has a .538 Avg, going 14-26 with 6 HR 13 RBI, a 1.269 SLG% and a 1.840 OPS. And the 42-year old has shown no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Which is great … More Albert Pujols continues to turn back time!
ST. LOUIS — For the first time in 11 years, Albert Pujols homered twice at Busch Stadium. The future Hall of Famer hit two of the St. Louis Cardinals’ four home runs on Sunday afternoon to win the teams’ National League Central Division rubber match, 6-3. Pujols, who will be retiring after this season’s swan song … More Pujols homers twice, Mikolas shuts down Brewers as Cardinals remain in first place