“This is not a political thing," the Cardinals' ace said. "It's a human rights thing."
Former All-Star says he maintained the same pace, regimen he had in spring as he bid for a return to the rotation. Also: Prospects headline Sp…
Waiting out the pandemic with his wife and kids back in Korea was difficult.
The Cardinals returned to Busch Stadium on Wednesday night for more "Summer Camp" workouts. Photos by Colter Peterson of the Post-Dispatch.
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Pitcher took a test on Friday, did not have results needed to participate until Tuesday. Team's frustration in not getting prompt results is clear.
Star-crossed lefthander commits to a sidearm delivery and thinks it will make him 'a little bit more competitive.'
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Cardinals, Nationals and Astros were three of the teams that had results from Friday's tests delayed by a shipping issue related to Fourth of July.
A tough trip of 10 games in 10 days to Milwaukee, Pittsburgh and Kansas City may loom large in late September.
Former Silver Slugger hopes his manager will find him a few swings — or bunts — this season.
Predicting more players dropping out, as Freeman's teammate Nick Markakis just did.
More road games (6 of 10) vs. Brewers, too, although Cards play Reds 7 of 10 at Busch. Six of 20 interleague games are against Matheny's Royals.
The results of tests taken Friday were not delivered as expected; Cardinals join a handful teams experiencing delays.
Ongoing absences for pitchers such as Carlos Martinez could limit their roles or availability to start the season.
Cardinals veterans such as Wainwright, Fowler and Carpenter speak about accountability away from the field.
Still, lefty reliever thinks 'there’s some doubt whether we’re going to have a season. ... By no means is this a slam dunk.'
Genesis Cabrera and Ricardo Sanchez tested positive for the virus, have been isolated and are going through subsequent exams.