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Ask A Cardinal: Brayan Pena

This past offseason, the Cardinals acquired backup catcher Brayan Pena from the Cincinnati Reds. While Pena has been plagued by injury most of the season, it hasn’t stopped him from being a positive presence in the Cardinals clubhouse and to the fans. 102 more words

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Ask A Cardinal: Relive a Memory

The game of baseball is full of magical moments ranging anywhere from a dazzling defensive play to a champagne celebration. So in this week’s Ask a Cardinal, we asked the guys, “If you could relive one baseball memory, what would it be and why?” and this is what they had to say. 22 more words

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Ask A Cardinal: Best Advice Received

To make it to the Majors, it takes talent, willpower and a few words of wisdom. In this week’s Ask a Cardinal, we asked the guys, “What is the best advice you’ve ever received?” and this is what they had to say. 22 more words

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Monday's Excitement Becomes Bittersweet with Wacha to the DL: Welcome Alex Reyes to the Show!

Having been given up for dead, the baseball gods smiled on the St. Louis Cardinals in the bottom of the ninth, on Monday night, as the lifeless Cardinals scored five runs to take game one in a three game set with the Cincinnati Reds.  278 more words

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Del Mar selections for Thursday, Aug. 4

Preview: The middle of the meet woes have hit as there are less than 60 horses entered on this card. Some trainers off to slow starts are Mike Puype 1-for-22, Kristin Mulhall 1-for-18 plus Keith Desormeaux and Bob Hess Jr., both 1-for-16. 225 more words

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Cards Make Roster Changes: Peralta Begins 2nd Stint on DL in 2016

On Tuesday, the St. Louis Cardinals recalled Jeremy Hazelbaker and Miguel Socolovich from Triple-A Memphis.  To make room on the roster, the Redbirds placed Johnny Peralta on the DL and designated Michael McKenry for Assignment. 278 more words

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Biggest First-half Disappointments

As we all know, the St. Louis Cardinals have been wildly inconsistent thus far. And that’s because at one time or another, each facet of the team has struggled. 633 more words