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Putting a twist on the focus of Presidents Day, cardinals.com caught up with team president Bill DeWitt III and offered him the opportunity to address the fan base on a variety of topics. He chose to talk about three areas in particular.
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Dexter Fowler said on Monday that he stands by the statement he made to ESPN.com two days ago in which he discussed the effect on his family of President Donald Trump's executive order limiting travel to and from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Jhonny Peralta has no guarantee of a starting job. He's no longer viewed as the solution at shortstop. There are questions about whether his offensive decline in 2016 had at least something to do with expected age regression. And there's the nearing uncertainty about his baseball future.
The unorthodox motion is now the characteristic that most distinguishes John Gant, whom the Cardinals acquired when trading Jaime Garcia to the Braves in December.
The turning point for Carson Kelly came not from a conversation or physical adjustment, but rather through the words of a book recommended by his lockermate.
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There's likely no one in Cardinals history with a legacy more complex than Curt Flood, who sacrificed his standout career for a greater good from which he never personally benefited.
With a nod to the organization's storied history and nary a mention of their rival to the north, the Cardinals preceded their first full-squad workout of Spring Training with a team meeting Friday morning that was designed to set the tone and expectations for the year ahead.
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The biggest impact made by new outfielder Dexter Fowler thus far could be heard, not seen, on the backfields of the team's spring complex Friday.
Several players described the moment akin to Christmas morning as they dug into the duffle bags lined up behind the Cardinals' clubhouse to grab new gear Friday morning.
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Though he's likely not going to be healthy enough to compete for an Opening Day roster spot, Tyler Lyons could be in position to contribute to the big league team sooner than initially expected.
Injuries and a suspension have already sidelined three Cardinals pitchers in camp -- which is why, on Thursday, the club added another.
Cardinals right-hander Alex Reyes underwent Tommy John elbow surgery Thursday and will miss the 2017 season.
With top prospect Alex Reyes no longer in the mix for a rotation spot, the Cardinals will look closely at three others who could fill that spot. Two -- Michael Wacha and Luke Weaver -- have been in a big league rotation before. The other, Trevor Rosenthal, is trying to reinvent himself.
After a winter's worth of work strengthening his body in an effort to try to prevent future shoulder issues, Michael Wacha took the mound Wednesday to showcase himself as healthy and ready to reclaim a rotation spot. What followed was a strong first impression.
In the minutes after the sad news reverberated on Wednesday that St. Louis phenom Alex Reyes would have to undergo Tommy John surgery and miss the year - "It 'stinks,'" Reyes told reporters -- there was a wave of forced optimism.
Though he received his first invite to Major League camp, left-hander Corey Littrell will not be making an appearance in the Cardinals' clubhouse this spring.
The Cardinals' announced Wednesday morning that Alex Reyes has a complete tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow and will require Tommy John surgery. That's real bad.
Manager Mike Matheny borrowed a line from his predecessor Tony La Russa while addressing the Cardinals' gathered group of pitchers and catchers ahead of their first official Spring Training workout on Tuesday.
The Cardinals earned their first win of spring on Tuesday by finishing on the right end of an arbitration panel's decision regarding Michael Wacha's 2017 salary.
Heavy metal band Metallica has scheduled a concert stop at Busch Stadium for June 4, the Cardinals announced on Monday. It will be the group's first show in St. Louis in nearly nine years.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's Cardinals squad each day this week. Today's topic: Spring Training is here.
The Cardinals like to conjure up spring competition, believing that giving players positions or roles to fight for enhances the focus and intensity of work during camp. The way the organization built its roster this offseason, however, doesn't lend itself to much of that competition occurring organically.
This is the final installment of a six-part Around the Horn series that is taking a position-by-position look at the Cardinals' projected starters and backup options heading into the 2017 season. Up next: the bullpen.
Opinions about what would define a perfect season for the Cardinals would certainly vary depending upon those surveyed. However, there is likely one place where universal agreement could be reached. That perfect season would entail grabbing the National League Central title back from the Cubs.
Just days after the Cardinals wrapped up an 86-win season that left them without a place in the postseason, general manager John Mozeliak laid out a series of objectives that became a blueprint for his offseason work.
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Eleven members of the Cardinals' organization, including seven players from the 40-man roster, have been selected to participate in the upcoming World Baseball Classic. These players will represent seven of the 16 countries competing in the tournament, which runs from March 6-22.
Though the Cardinals' core is taking on a more youthful look, Yadier Molina, the longest-tenured member of the organization remains its pillar.
It seemed fitting that, on an unseasonably warm Tuesday in St. Louis, the corridors in the basement of Busch Stadium were bustling with activity amid signs of spring.
Trevor Rosenthal will enter Spring Training in an unfamiliar spot, with a role undefined and a future uncertain. But the newfound flux doesn't signify a reduced impact. Rather, it could be quite the opposite for a former closer seeking to rediscover the command that too often abandoned him in 2016, all while boasting added versatility.