Players will get to keep service time from this year even if games are not played.
Also among the five topics STL sports fans will be discussing: Report from UK says Cards-Cubs series in London is off.
After initial payment of $170 million, owners don't have to pay players any further if no games are played. Otherwise, salaries will be pro-ra…
Knizner and Fernandez also optioned to Memphis as MLB teams continue to make moves to narrow rosters toward their eventual 26-man limit.
Sportswriters play virtual opener using Dynasty League Baseball's intricate simulation. Bottom line: Flaherty sharp, bullpen not, lineup lacking.
Donation from the pitcher and his wife will specifically help Cardinals players who aren't making salaries during the stoppage, and need assistance.
'When baseball comes back, and when that opening day happens, it's going to be remarkable,' Dan McLaughlin said.
Baseball writer Derrick Goold unveils the 'Bird Land 7' — his annual ranking of the top Cardinals prospects who have yet to play in the majors.
NHL Network showing condensed replays of all seven games in a viewing marathon that runs from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
La Russa tells everyone to hang in there.
Instead of making the first opening-day start of his career, in Cincinnati, Cardinals ace Jack Flaherty will be three time zones away in California.
Whenever the time comes in 2020, Hall of Fame baseball writer Rick Hummel will have covered 42 consecutive Cardinals opening-day games.
The Athletic's Reds beat writer C. Trent Rosecrans joins the Best Podcast in Baseball to talk about the opening day that won't be against the …
With the baseball season on hold, Hall of Famer Rick Hummel is presenting STLtoday.com subscribers with a look back at 10 of the most memorabl…
Rick Hummel launches 'Where Are They Now?' series by catching up with Tom Pagnozzi, who assesses the four Hall of Fame managers for whom he played.
Rick Hummel also fielded a slew of shutdown questions, plus a tough one from the nostalgia crowd: Greatest hitter — Stan The Man or Ted Williams?
Sports shutdown makes columnist's crystal ball look hazy. All bets are off on predictions about Goldschmidt, Carlson, another Blues-Bruins final.
Five topics from columnist Ben Frederickson that St. Louis sports fans should be discussing.
Post-Dispatch subscribers: See what "Commish" had to say about the team during his live chat.
Derrick Goold identifies young players in the Redbirds' system who positioned themselves with strong springs for whenever games resume.
Gregg Arst is one of two Cardinals fans with St. Louis ties who is trying, along with a couple of Cubs fans, to navigate a way home.
Native of Washington, Mo., served during two wars and was a minor-league phenom.