RECORD
56-50 3rd
HITTING
.250 7th
PITCHING
3.46 7th
FIELDING
.986 3rd
HR Jhonny Peralta 14
RBI Matt Holliday 52
R Matt Carpenter 65
BA Matt Adams .319
SB Kolten Wong 13
W Adam Wainwright 13
ERA Pat Neshek 0.85
K Lance Lynn 123
SV Trevor Rosenthal 32
More Stats   
TODAYS GAME PREVIOUS GAME (7/30)
 
SD  2:40   FS-M
Miller @ Despaigne
 
SD  L 1-12
W: Hahn   L: Kelly
FRI:
MIL 7:15  FS-M - Peralta @ Wainwright
SAT:
MIL 6:15  FS-M - Nelson @ Masterson
SUN:
MIL 1:15  FS-M - Lohse @ Lynn
TUE:
BOS 7:15  FS-M - TBA @ Kelly
Calendar   

Calendar
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
27
CHI
W 1-0
28
29
SD
L 1-3
30
SD
L 1-12
31
SD
2:40
1
MIL
7:15
2
MIL
6:15
3
MIL
1:15
4
5
BOS
7:15
6
BOS
7:15
7
BOS
6:15
8
BAL
6:05
9
BAL
3:05
10
BAL
12:35
11
FLA
6:10
12
FLA
6:10
13
FLA
6:10
14
SD
7:15
15
SD
7:15
16
SD
6:15
Home   Away
TOP STORY
Cards land Lackey, give up Kelly and Craig
Getty
(MLB.com) Shortly after trading away left-hander Jon Lester, the Red Sox made a deal Thursday to send fellow starter John Lackey to the Cardinals.

The Red Sox will receive right-hander Joe Kelly and outfielder Allen Craig and will reportedly send a Minor Leaguer to St. Louis. Neither club has announced the trade.

Lackey, 35, has pitched 12 years in the Major Leagues -- eight for the Angels and the past four for the Red Sox -- compiling a 149-114 record and a 4.02 ERA. He was an All-Star in 2007.

Craig, 30, was selected by the Cardinals in the eighth round of the 2006 Draft and was an All-Star in a breakout season last year, during which he batted .315 with 13 homers and 97 RBIs. But he is hitting .237 with a .638 OPS this season.

Kelly, 26, has appeared in 68 ...    [ More ]


Cardinals Injury Report
Michael Wacha ()
Michael Wacha (right shoulder)
Cardinals starter Michael Wacha will have another scan taken of his injured right shoulder Monday in St. Louis, and if the MRI goes as the team ... -- STLToday.com
Complete Report  |  Roster
MORE TOP STORIES
Top StoriesAll Stories
Rookie baffles Cards before Padres pour it on
AP
(MLB.com) The Cardinals may have succeeded in bolstering their rotation on Wednesday, but their on-field performance later that night reminded that the team's biggest deficiency remains on the offensive end.

This time, the Cardinals' bats were handled by rookie Jesse Hahn, who threw seven innings of four-hit ball in what became a late 12-1 Padres rout. In front of a Petco Park crowd of 30,973, the Cardinals followed a six-hit series opener with another six-hit affair to drop a second straight ...    [ More ]
RELATED:
Wacha set for another MRI, and Cards keeping Taveras
AP
(STLToday.com) Cardinals starter Michael Wacha will have another scan taken of his injured right shoulder Monday in St. Louis, and if the MRI goes as the team expects the righty will begin a throwing program soon after.

September remains the target date for the righty's return.

Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak again likened Wacha's program to one a pitcher would go through in spring training, though he said it could be slightly quicker than four or five weeks. Still, the timetable ...    [ More ]
Cards close deal for Tribe's Masterson
AP
(MLB.com) The Cardinals worked out a deal with the Indians that sent Cleveland right-hander Justin Masterson to St. Louis.

Peter Gammons first tweeted the news on Wednesday afternoon.

Masterson, one of the most high-profile starting pitching trade pieces on the market heading into Thursday's Trade Deadline, is currently on the disabled list with right knee inflammation, but is expected to be activated this week and is slated to start Saturday. He has struggled this season, posting a ...    [ More ]
Lynn's solid effort unrewarded on sloppy night
AP
(MLB.com) The Cardinals, unable to capitalize on a slew of early free passes, were later sunk by a pair Lance Lynn issued in a laborious sixth inning that boosted the Padres to a 3-1 win in front of 33,521 fans at Petco Park on Tuesday night.

Lynn, who didn't walk a batter through five innings, opened the sixth by missing the strike zone on eight of his first nine pitches. The right-hander rebounded with a pair of outs, but couldn't get out of the inning before Jedd Gyorko snuck a single into ...    [ More ]
RELATED:
White Sox, Twins, Tigers to visit Busch next year
(STLToday.com) Four of the American League Central's five teams will visit St. Louis next year as part of interleague play, and three of them will have home-and-home series with the Cardinals.

According to a tentative schedule given the club and awaiting approval by the players' union, the Cardinals will play "natural rival" Kansas City in two three-game series, one in each city, and home-and-home two-game series against Minnesota and the Chicago White Sox, an official who has seen the schedule ...    [ More ]
Holliday's homer all Wainwright, Cards need
(MLB.com) Adam Wainwright bounced back from a shaky outing and led the Cardinals to a 1-0 win over the Cubs Sunday afternoon at Wrigley Field.

Wainwright, who allowed four earned runs in 4 2/3 innings on Tuesday, recorded his 17th quality start in 21 tries while giving the Cardinals' bullpen a much-needed breather.

The All-Star starter allowed just five hits, one for extra bases, with three walks and three strikeouts over seven innings, paving way for Trevor Rosenthal's MLB-leading ...    [ More ]
RELATED:
Cardinals will keep chugging with four-man rotation
AP
(STLToday.com) The purpose, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny insisted when asked this morning at Wrigley Field, was to give his ace Adam Wainwright rest, rest, rest.

There was no hidden plan to reverse-engineer his starts for division foes.

It just has worked out that way.

Wainwright will start this afternoon at Wrigley Field with a chance to take the three-game series from the rival Cubs. The team will then chug along with a four-man rotation for the coming week and bring back ...    [ More ]
La Russa reaches baseball's pinnacle
AP
(STLToday.com) Election to the Hall of Fame has served as the defining endorsement and final act for nearly everybody else who has made a career of baseball. But Tony La Russa has started a new career in the game just months after being elected to a Hall of Fame class that will be honored Sunday here at the Clark Sports Center.

Former Cardinals manager La Russa will enter the Hall along with fellow managers Joe Torre (himself a former Cardinal) and Atlanta's Bobby Cox. From the recent players, the ...    [ More ]
RELATED:
Adams' four RBIs fuel Cards past Cubs
AP
(MLB.com) The Cardinals squandered an early lead but bounced back with four runs in the seventh to snap their four-game skid in Saturday's 6-3 win over the Cubs at Wrigley Field.

With the game tied at 2, Jon Jay led off the seventh with a single, moved to second on a sacrifice bunt and narrowly swiped third a close enough call to induce a challenge from Cubs manager Rick Renteria. He slid under a tag at home on a fielder's choice to score the go-ahead run.

Cubs reliever James ...    [ More ]
Pierzynski draws start in first game with Cardinals
AP
(STLToday.com) Veteran catcher A. J. Pierzynski is getting right to work in his new role behind the plate for the Cardinals as he'll start and bat sixth for the team this afternoon at Wrigley Field.

Pierzynski will catch Shelby Miller's return to the rotation.

Seeking a jolt from the position as Yadier Molina heals -- and perhaps a hot poker to a clubhouse that even considers itself underachieving -- the Cardinals signed Pierzynski to a deal Friday night. The deal was first reported here ...    [ More ]
 
Photo Galleries
 
Photo Galleries
 
Desktop Wallpaper