Post-Dispatch subscribers: Bring your Cards questions and comments to a live chat with Derrick Goold in Jupiter, Fla., at 10 a.m.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — As he detailed what he does to get ready in the days and hours leading up to a start, Michael Wacha realized, even now …
"He had a charismatic personality. He was easy to approach. Always communicating," said Kim, the 31-year-old rookie.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Harrison Bader didn’t bat leadoff much for the Cardinals last season, his .205 batting average and poor .650 OPS mitiga…
Bader homers and doubles from leadoff spot. Martinez labors in 1 1/3 innings, giving up four hits and two runs while walking two. Wainwright g…
The former Cardinals infielder speaks highly of the current guys.
The Cards won their first game, 2-0, and O'Neill and Dylan Carlson drove in the runs.
Some fans bang seats to mimic team's trash can-hitting communication technique.
Lefthander's goal is to lower his earned-run average and give up fewer home runs.
Lefty strikes out two in the one scoreless inning he works.
Dual baseball performer also will be an analyst for Fox Sports Midwest. After spending time with big leaguers, he will also spend time with mi…
Cardinals third baseman talks about the psychology of being him — going from MVP candidate to fans wanting him gone for Arenado.
On Feb. 23, 1922, popular catcher Pickles Dillhoefer died, just five days after getting married. Here is the Post-Dispatch original story from…
Opening-day starter Flaherty hurls two scoreless innings, striking out three. O'Neill cracks long home run. Carlson has two hits, knocking in…
It's happening. The Cardinals are playing. Here's a look at the hitters.
Slugger says of last season: 'There were times that I was good and times I wasn’t. ... The results just weren’t there. The swing was inconsistent.”
Cardinals' winningest manager laments how he treated his wife and daughters over the years in upcoming show with Graham Bensinger.
He is one of a handful of lefties scheduled to throw an inning after starter Jack Flaherty in Saturday’s Grapefruit League opener.
21-year-old outfielder wears a No. 68 jersey — the same number Albert Pujols wore before he broke camp with the big-league club in 2001.
The tantalizing teen who is the Cardinals' No. 2 hitting prospect spent Thursday like he has spent most days in Jupiter — growing his game.
First baseman said he had discomfort in his throwing arm in the weeks leading up to the official start of spring training.
For the third year in a row, there will be either television, radio or internet broadcasts of games each day the Cardinals play in Florida.