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3.50 8th
.985 4th
HR Jhonny Peralta 21
RBI Matt Holliday 90
R Matt Carpenter 99
BA Matt Adams .288
SB Kolten Wong 20
W Adam Wainwright 20
ERA Pat Neshek 1.87
K Lance Lynn 181
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Matheny will give his No. 22 to Heyward
( Cardinals manager Mike Matheny, who has only worn one number since accepting his role with the club, offered No. 22 to newcomer Jason Heyward, but not because of how long the outfielder had worn it or what the outfielder is expected to bring to the club.

It was the weight of why Heyward chose 22 when he reached the majors.

On the eve of his major-league debut in 2010, Heyward traded in No. 71, the number he wore during spring training, for No. 22, a number he would wear for a friend. Heyward adopted it for Andy Wilmot, a high school teammate who had been killed in a car accident a year after he and Heyward helped Henry County (Ga.) High to a state championship. Heyward selected the number Wilmot wore in high school, and Heyward has only worn No. 22 in the majors. He will continue to wear it with the Cardinals.

Matheny knew about the story when he said he would give 22 to Heyward, whom the Cardinals acquired in a ...     [ More ]
Cardinals to use spring to find right mix for lineup
( The only conclusion that Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said he's come to regarding a projected 2015 batting order is that it won't be decided until a little experimentation can be done. And experimentation, of course, is on hold until spring.

What Matheny has made clear in the days since the Cardinals added Jason Heyward's bat into their lineup is that while he'll continue to scribble down potential batting orders, he doesn't intend to set anything in stone until he can see how each ...    [ More ]
Musial exhibit sure to be hit with Cardinals fans
( Stan Musial's baseball career has been well documented, but now all Cardinals fans can get to know "The Man" off the field.

On Friday, the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum opened its first temporary exhibit, Stan Musial: "The Man" Off the Field. The exhibit focuses on the life and contributions that Musial made outside of baseball. The exhibit will be in place until next November.

"We all know the clich? that Stan was a great player, but even a greater person," ...    [ More ]
With crowded outfield, Cardinals release Robinson
( With a high concentration of outfielders already projected to be on the Cardinals' Opening Day roster, Shane Robinson has been squeezed out of a roster spot and sent looking for another club to latch onto for 2015.

Choosing not to advance into arbitration with Robinson, the Cardinals have released the 30-year-old outfielder. In other roster tweaks, the team also added catcher Cody Stanley to the 40-man roster by selecting his contract and removed right-hander Keith Butler. Butler ...    [ More ]

Cards announce report dates, Grapefruit games for spring
( ST. LOUIS -- With a later opening day this coming season -- and the likelihood the World Series will wind its way into November -- the Cardinals will have a later start to spring training, one that comes more than a week after Valentine's Day.

The Cardinals will have pitchers and catchers report to the Jupiter, Fla., complex on Feb. 19 and have their first official workouts the next day. The full squad will have its first official workout on Feb. 25, ...    [ More ]
Cards hire Bill Mueller as assistant hitting coach
( One-time American League batting champion Bill Mueller is returning to his hometown as the new assistant hitting coach for the Cardinals.

Mueller, who played at De Smet High and Missouri State, replaces David Bell as the assistant to Cardinals hitting coach John Mabry. Bell recently was promoted to Cardinals bench coach after Mike Aldrete left to join the Oakland Athletics coaching staff.

Mueller, 43, was the Chicago Cubs' hitting coach last ...    [ More ]
Cards land Heyward in four-player deal with Braves
( Needing to fill an unexpected hole in right field for 2015, the Cardinals went for a big splash, acquiring outfielder Jason Heyward from the Braves along with right-handed reliever Jordan Walden. The cost was heavy, however, as the Cardinals sent a pair of former first-round Draft picks right-handers Shelby Miller and Tyrell Jenkins to Atlanta to complete the four-player trade on Monday.

The trade comes three weeks after the death of 22-year-old outfielder Oscar Taveras, who, ...    [ More ]

Cards-Cubs game opens MLB season on Sunday April 5
( CHICAGO -- The Cardinals' season-opening game against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field has been rescheduled as Major League Baseball's 2015 Opening Night presentation on Sunday April 5.

Originally scheduled for 1:20 p.m. on Monday April 6, the game was moved up to become ESPN's opening national telecast of the season.

The Cubs announced that the remainder of the three-game series will be played on April 7 and 8. The Cubs originally had ...    [ More ]
Waino earns fourth top-three Cy Young Award finish
( For the fourth time in his career, Adam Wainwright can boast of being a top-three finisher for the National League Cy Young Award. He continues, however, to await his first win.

In a vote that unanimously selected Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw as the NL Cy Young Award recipient, Wainwright came in third, also behind Cincinnati's Johnny Cueto. Of the 30 ballots cast, seven placed Wainwright second and the other 23 slotted him in third place.

Two voters from 15 NL cities ...    [ More ]
Official: Taveras drunk during fatal crash
( ?St. Louis Cardinals rookie outfielder Oscar Taveras was drunk at the time of his fatal car crash last month in his Caribbean homeland, an official in the Dominican Republic said Wednesday.

Tessie Sanchez, a spokeswoman for the Dominican attorney general's office, told The Associated Press on Wednesday that toxicology reports showed Taveras had a blood-alcohol level five times the legal limit when?he lost control of his car Oct. 26 on a highway in the tourist region of Puerto ...    [ More ]
Cards sign infielder; Descalso's future unclear
( The Cardinals signed utility infielder Dean Anna to a major-league contract Tuesday, and while Anna adds depth to the team's options for the big-league bench, the move also further complicates how Daniel Descalso fits into the team's plans for 2015.

Anna, 27, is a lefthanded-hitting middle infielder who made his major-league debut with the Yankees this past season. The native of Harvey, Ill., hit .331 to win the Pacific Coast League batting title in 2013, and he had 38 doubles.
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