From Jordan Walker to Juan Yepez, the Cardinals' potential options and combinations at designated hitter are intriguing.
SAN DIEGO — The laugh and smile are starting to return. So, too, is the fan adulation for Fernando Tatis Jr., at least in San Diego.
For Chip Caray and Dan McLaughlin, it could have been an awkward situation between longtime friends that could have driven a spike between some.
BALTIMORE — The Orioles don’t seem to care what you think. On Wednesday, the team — meaning CEO and Chairman John Angelos and whoever he might have asked for input — decided to decline the option in its lease with the Maryland Stadium Authority that would have extended the agreement by five …
The Cardinals game in Pittsburgh on June 4 will not be on regular television. You can only watch it by streaming it through Peacock.
In today’s 10 a.m. video, columnist Ben Hochman shares a couple stories about Cardinals legend Red Schoendienst, the late, great second baseman who was born 100 years ago today (Feb. 2, 1923). Also, a happy birthday shoutout to Shakira! And, as always, Hochman picks a random St. Louis Cards …
Sports columnists Ben Frederickson and Jeff Gordon agree Rolen should go into Cooperstown wearing a Cardinals cap, but they differ on how to fix what ails the Hall.
Reiner Lopez was the only top rated prospect signed by the Cardinals at the start of the 2022 international signing period.
Springfield's agreement with the John Q. Hammons Trust to purchase Hammons Field is includes the purchase of a nearby parking lot south of the stadium.
Brendan Donovan was a most pleasant offensive surprise last season, but there is reason to believe that repeating that success will be difficult.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Tampa Bay Rays infielder Yandy Díaz agreed to a $24 million, three-year contract on Tuesday that avoided a salary arbitration hearing.
Check out the hits from the weekly Cardinals chat with Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold.
Like many other St. Louisans who leave — but still follow the Cards from afar — Chip Caray has come back home. And so we’ll welcome him into our homes.
More than half a century after his grandfather was dismissed as Cards broadcaster, another Harry Caray is set to carry the load in one of the team’s broadcast booths.
Longtime broadcaster Chip Caray is taking over as the play-by-play voice of the St. Louis Cardinals more than five decades after his grandfather and Hall of Fame broadcaster Harry Caray became a baseball staple with the same club.
Although a number of Cardinals pitchers will be away from camp during the World Baseball Classic, Matthew Liberatore is not looking for others to open doors for him.
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There are rising issues with the current broadcast model. Streaming has to modernize. And the gambling industry is becoming a major presence.
The Minnesota Twins were smitten after one season of Carlos Correa's hitting, defense, intelligence, experience and leadership. The belief in those traits was strong enough to commit a franchise-record amount of guaranteed money for at least the next six years.
ATLANTA — Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker, coming off the team's fifth consecutive NL East title, signed a contract extension on Friday that runs through the 2025 season.
BOSTON — Light rain cut through a thick, gray fog choking Foxboro when Bill O’Brien walked into Patriots headquarters Monday to end the team’s search for its next offensive coordinator. O’Brien’s second interview was his final step toward a long-awaited reunion with the franchise that launched his NFL career. Soon, he would be hailed as the savior of an offense in need of resurrection. Because ...
The Oakland A's have been negotiating for a stadium in Oakland or Las Vegas. Oakland officials want to keep the A's, but they have been careful about spending public money. Las Vegas officials aren't likely to provide public funding. The A's also could explore other cities.
Aaron Goldsmith's decision to stop pursuing the St. Louis Cardinals broadcaster position was based on his happiness in Seattle.
Sports columnists Ben Frederickson and Jeff Gordon discuss and debate whether the Cardinals would be better off adding a free-agent left-handed arm or letting young hopefuls compete.
"We need him to be that 7:15 hitter," says John Mozeliak about former All-Star shortstop Paul DeJong, who embraced change to rebound from struggles.
Scott Rolen was elected to baseball’s Hall of Fame on Tuesday, becoming the 18th third baseman elected to the Hall of Fame and the seventh since the expansion era started in 1961 to be voted in by the BBWAA. But how does Rolen compare with the six other expansion-era inductees?
If the Cardinals want to add proven help to the left side of the bullpen, quality free agents remain in the marketplace.
Left-hander Jeffrey Springs became the first of the 33 players who exchanged proposed arbitration salaries with their teams to reach a deal, agreeing to a $31 million, four-year contract with the Tampa Bay Rays.
Adrián Beltré highlights the first-time eligibles for election to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2024. Joe Mauer, Chase Utley, David Wright, José Bautista and Matt Holliday are also expected to make their debuts on the ballot next year.
Whether he had to wait another year or he received the highest honor that echoes for every year to come, Scott Rolen promised his family Tuesday night he’d grill steaks.