July 25, 2011 -- Cardinals' Colby Rasmus in the dugout during a game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Houston Astros at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Mo. In background is Cardinals manager Tony La Russa. Chris Lee firstname.lastname@example.org
The former top Cardinals prospect gets another chance with the man who oversaw his development.
Call him the Angry Bird. And he's making a statement, eh? Plus: Bytes on Rasmus, Motte, protecting late leads and more.
If Allen Craig recaptures his hitting form in Boston, the Cardinals will come to regret trading him. But GM John Mozeliak has a history of knowing when to let go.
Club has many outfield prospects, but the top few can’t match the projections for Oscar Taveras.
The distillation of the best dozen questions (and answers) from the weekly Cardinals chat addresses Taveras, Arizona, and Martinez in Class AAA.
St. Louis Cardinals minor league (AA) catcher Casey Rasmus practices fielding balls on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014 during informal workouts in the Cardinals complex at Roger Dean Stadium before the official start of spring training in Jupiter, Fla. Casey's older brother is former Cardinal Colby R…
Outfielder Stephen Piscotty isn't the top prospect — that's still Oscar Taveras.
A look at the top 20 prospects lists from the minor leagues shows what a difference five years have made for the Cardinals.
Quick takes on Molina, Kelly, Pirates' rotation, Cards' destruction of Reds pitching ... and Colby Rasmus vs. Jon Jay.
The Cardinals have zero players left from the blockbuster three-way trade, while Rasmus is emerging as a player the Jays can build around.
Ex-Card still reigns as the strikeout king. No position player in the majors swings and misses more often.
February 16, 2011 -- Cardinals center fielder Colby Rasmus (left) sits with Red Schoendienst during Cardinals spring training at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Fla. Chris Lee email@example.com
From "sleeper" picks to "breakout" predictions, the past shows how inexact lists can be, but how accurate they eventually are.
In upcoming memoir, it's clear the skipper knows numbers.
It's not even close: Cardinals are far better off with their current center fielder.
Greene trade and 'Save Raffy' campaign puts spotlight on how first-round picks didn't provide desired solution at premium position.
Ex-Card declined to meet La Russa to accept a World Series ring from his former manager.
Every day for more than a month, William DuPont thought about the decision he was going to have to make — either head to college or sign to play professional baseball.
Ex-Card Colby Rasmus is finally hitting, but his dad is still hanging on every pitch he faces.
Getting through to Colby Rasmus is no small task, as Tony La Russa can tell you.
Monday's power display in the desert included homers that had both direction and career-best magnitude.
Rasmus, Ryan ... and of course, Pujols, continue to struggle
In the regular monthly audit of the Cardinals fielding, second base is where things turn.
A year after a draft stocked with talented outfielders, Cards found one who took over in center field.
After hitting .185 this spring, Colby bats ninth in Jays' order and goes 0 for 7 in opener.
Cardinals have had scattered success with comp picks, but they'll have plenty of chances in 2012.
The Toronto Blue Jays and center fielder Colby Rasmus agreed Sunday to a one-year, $2.7 million contract, avoiding arbitration.
The Cards will receive an award Monday, Craig's position is discussed, and cash considerations are given.
Molina's option is officially picked up for 2012.
Given the results, a general manager could be pardoned for taking a bow.
By walking Pujols over and over, Texas invites Cardinals to do what they had done -- cash in
Colby earned the eternal gratitude of Cards fans everywhere by insisting he be traded.
The squirrel assures fans he is not secretly related to someone in the Cardinals organization.
Positioned to take over full time in center next year, how does Jay compare with his new peers?
Former first-round pick Tyler Greene returns as Cards await next top pick to provide an impact
Lost in the swoon of August was a Cardinals team that improved one of its flaws -- defense.
Cards traded a young veteran with great potential for immediate help that didn’t really help
Our panel has a litany of reasons why this year's team has underachieved.
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He respected organization and teammates but never completely trusted manager.
In each of the last four decades, the Cardinals have used a high draft pick - three first-rounders and one third-rounder - on a lefthanded-hitting outfielder who would rise to big-league prominence at various levels. The first three didn't turn out to be the next Stan Musial but weren't at a…
Even if Albert Pujols landed somewhere else, would Tony La Russa walk away from players like Adam Wainwright, Matt Holliday and Yadier Molina? That's still a pretty good roster.
TORONTO • Edwin Encarnacion and Eric Thames hit back-to-back home runs, Carlos Villanueva won for the first time in five starts and the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Baltimore Orioles 8-5 on Thursday night.
Cardinals fall, 5-3, to Houston. Two catchers (Laird, Cruz) and infielder Punto leave game with injuries.
Kyle McClellan respond with class; Edwin Jackson is better than his stats and there's a lot to like in Marc Rzepczynski.
The experts agree: It's all about making the playoffs this year.
The trade news delivers our fourth biggest traffic day.
Colby's dad tells the Toronto Sun La Russa was out to "belittle" the outfielder to the fans.
As you expect, the Cardinals got mixed media reviews after general manager John Mozeliak dealt Colby Rasmus and some unwanted extras for lots of near-term pitching help and (perhaps) some players to be named later.