Starter Miles Mikolas pitched seven shutout innings as the Cardinals split their four-game series vs. the Cincinnati Reds.
Mikolas and former Cardinals' first-rounder Luke Weaver went zero for zero through eight innings, and the Cardinals rested three of their All-Stars.
Tommy Edman has no intention of abandoning switch-hitting, not when he can reimagine it, using data to determine when to hit right-on-right.
Rookie Matthew Liberatore will start Friday in Cleveland, pushing every start back, and opening up a conversation for when and how Matz will pitch next.
Starter allows season-high 11 hits and six runs through four innings as Cincinnati romps to a 10-3 victory. Cardinals' offense limited by swingman Ben Lively.
Veteran starter finally wins in (final?) visit to Great American Ball Park, a stadium that has bedeviled him for years and hosts his 5.83 ERA in 23 appearances.
The Cardinals won for the 12th time in 16 games and inched ever closer to .500, but not before Cincinnati, who tagged Helsley with an extra-innings loss Monday night, teased doing it again in regulation.
Bases loaded in the ninth, runner in scoring position in the 10th, and Cardinals could not turn either into runs, as Reds won, 6-5, on walk-off in extra innings.
Right-hander throws career-high eight innings in Game 1 victory and displays the pace, command of multiple pitches that earns more starts. 'Legit outing,' says manager.
Hudson pitches a career-high eight innings as Cardinals down Reds, 5-1, in first game of a doubleheader Saturday at Busch Stadium.
Reds hold Cardinals to one hit, retire 15 consecutive in 3-2 victory Thursday as several slumps continue, but a ninth inning hints at the spark needed.
Cardinals got Pujols a plate appearance with the bases loaded in the ninth inning and a sacrifice fly from him, but one hit through eight is costly in 3-2 loss.
Hitless in 17 at-bats with runners in scoring position, wheezing offensively after 17 games in 16 days, Cardinals counted on their gloves in 5-3 win at Cincinnati.
In 5-3 win, Cardinals go zero-for-17 with runners in scoring position, but two outs at the plate created by a five-infielder defense buys time for final rally.
Is it time for Rawlings to award a utility Gold Glove? In this notebook, Edman at shortstop and O'Neill starting in center shapes their ability to repeat as Gold Glove winners.
CINCINNATI — After demoting Jake Woodford to Class AAA Memphis for the fourth time in seven weeks, Cardinals officials, including manager Oliver Marmol, met with the right-hander to detail what they saw beneath his sturdy performances and needed to see for him to stay up.
Hudson allows five runs on nine hits and cannot complete the fifth inning, throwing his spot into the rotation back into question after 5-1 loss to Cincinnati.
Detwiler, a 14-year vet in the majors and graduate of Wentzville Holt High, is the 450th different pitcher to allow a homer to Pujols. Bonds' record was 449.
O'Neill's two homers keys Cardinals' 13-4 win at Cincinnati and gives him a walk-off walk, a game-breaking homer, and two-homer game in three days.
“You’re constantly evaluating your performance against teams that are good,” says manager Marmol after series win vs. defending champs.
O'Neill's two homers and Pujols' 694th career homer lead Cardinals to 13-4 rout. But abbreviated outing by Miles Mikolas leaves box score lacking.
The St. Louis Cardinals look to avoid a sweep north of the border against the Toronto Blue Jays.
The St. Louis Cardinals go north of the border to take on the Toronto Blue Jays without their top stars.
Mikolas is off form as Cardinals lose another series finale, falling to Reds 6-3.
The St. Louis Cardinals go for the series victory in Cincinnati with ace Miles Mikolas taking the mound.