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
The New York Yankees and St. Louis Cardinals are two of the most historic franchises in baseball. And throughout the past century for both teams, there has been one feat the Cardinals had yet to accomplish: and that was sweep the Bronx Bombers. But flash forward to 2022, and it finally happened. In one of … More Cardinals sweep the Yankees for the first time in franchise history!
The long-awaited update on the health of catcher Yadier Molina has arrived. According to Katie Woo of The Athletic, Molina is scheduled to begin a rehab assignment the last week of July. The hope here is that he will return to the lineup in the first week of August. On June 17th, the Cardinals placed … More Update on Yadier Molina’s injury
From beginning to end, it was pure dominance by the St. Louis Cardinals. Adam Wainwright (6-5) scattered seven hits through his first five innings, but escaped trouble with the help of nine strikeouts. He retired the final seven batters he faced in the game, and left to a rousing ovation. The Cardinals beat the Marlins … More Waino shuts down Marlins, Cards win 9-0
The last time the Baltimore Orioles came to St. Louis, Busch Stadium III didn’t even exist yet, Albert Pujols was a left fielder, and the Montreal Expos still existed. Times have definitely changed. Cedric Mullins and Tyler Nevin each homered and Kyle Bradish struck out 11 over seven strong innings, leading the Baltimore Orioles to … More Late rally falls short as Orioles edge Cardinals