"You're a (hockey) broadcaster, so you shouldn't weigh in on anything else in life?" Blues radio announcer asks. "I don't care if you get mad …
They're going to great lengths to get back on the field and have a packed schedule ahead starting Saturday with a revamped roster.
One of Shildt's coaches had new positive test for COVID-19, according to source. ESPN reported Jose Oquendo is being brought back to coach third base
Cardinals offered no official update on their status Wednesday, but team continues to make and plan moves that pave the way for newcomers.
Idle for two weeks, Waino says: 'We didn't ask to be sick. Nobody wanted this to happen. But it’s unfortunate it did and it makes us look really bad.'
More hot topics from Derrick Goold's chat: Protocols? What protocols? Do Cards still have pitching depth? Big leaguers getting preferential tr…
In an interview with Derrick Goold, he discusses revised protocols and says Cards can still be a 'credible competitor' without playing complete season
So far this season, the Padres shortstop has a .776 slugging percentage.
Cardinals pitcher waits (and waits) to fulfill a dream and make a start in America. If he hadn’t left Korea, he would be pitching now.
Schedules are jumbled for teams that were supposed to face the Cardinals.
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As 15th consecutive Cardinals game is postponed, MLB commissioner tells Post-Dispatch he '100 percent' sees a way for Cards to resume their season.
Outfielder Lane Thomas becomes the 10th player and 17 member of team to test positive in past 11 days. Cardinals are unsure when they'll next play.
The answer could hinge on what the league decides the Cardinals must do in order to resume play.
A complete home stand has been postponed due to the second wave of positive tests for COVID-19. The Cardinals schedule is in flux, and their n…
Suspensions appear to be looming.
Monday's game is in doubt as Cards plan an update Sunday.
Cardinals are awaiting the results of Saturday tests and a discussion with Major League Baseball on their next step. Monday's game is unlikely…
Acclaimed Washington U. professor Dr. Gerald Early discusses our pastime's past, present and future.
Hurlers hit hard with injuries in this delayed season.
He will be the focus of "The Sounds of Baseball" series, co-hosted by Bob Costas, with Harry Caray to follow next week.
Redbirds are last in the major leagues in dealing with the coronavirus.