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8/27/2016 | Bullpen blemish a rare hiccup for Cards' pen

The normally-reliable Cardinals' bullpen allowed two runs in the eighth inning of a loss to the A's on Saturday.


8/27/2016 | Mixed reviews for Reyes' starting debut

There was plenty to like about Alex Reyes' first big league start on Saturday -- like his electric stuff. But four walks in 4 2/3 innings made for an early night in a no-decision against the A's.


8/27/2016 | Carpenter, Torre part of Cards' HOF induction

Cy Young winner Chris Carpenter and MVP Joe Torre returned to St. Louis on Saturday to accept their Hall of Fame red jackets and plaques during an afternoon ceremony as part of their induction into the Cardinals' Hall of Fame. The other two inductees, former owner/president Sam Breadon and center fielder Terry Moore, were represented by members of their family.


8/27/2016 | A's break through in 8th to top Cardinals

The A's scored twice in the eighth inning, pushing past the Cardinals for a one-run win on Saturday. Pitcher Zach Neal allowed one earned run in six innings and Brett Eibner's sac fly in the eighth gave the A's the lead for good. Randal Grichuk had a home run for the Cardinals, and top prospect Alex Reyes allowed one run in 4 2/3 innings.


8/27/2016 | Shingles sidelines Cards' Leake indefinitely

The Cardinals thought they had starting pitcher Mike Leake's shingles under control within the first 24 hours after he was diagnosed. Instead, he missed his start Saturday, as the Cardinals decided to go with rookie Alex Reyes.


8/27/2016 | Triggs, Garcia square off in series finale

Andrew Triggs, who tossed six scoreless innings the last time out against the Indians, faces the Cardinals in the series finale Sunday. St. Louis will counter with Jaime Garcia, who will look for his fourth victory this month.


8/27/2016 | First big league win 'indescribable' for Weaver

After two weeks of occupying a spot on the Cardinals' roster, Luke Weaver finally got his chance on Friday to impress the home crowd. And quite the impression did he make, allowing one run in six innings for his first big league win.


8/26/2016 | Reyes steps into Cards' rotation for Leake

Top prospect Alex Reyes will make his first Major League start on Saturday when he fills in for Mike Leake, who has been diagnosed with shingles. Manager Mike Matheny announced the starter switch after the Cardinals' 3-1 victory over Oakland on Friday.


8/26/2016 | Gyorko's HR helps Weaver win first game

Rookie Luke Weaver allowed one run over six innings Friday to pick up his first Major League victory. Jedd Gyorko slugged a two-run home run off A's starter Ross Detwiler, who allowed three runs in 5 1/3 innings. Yonder Alonso had two hits for Oakland, including a home run.


8/26/2016 | Wainwright holds fantasy football draft for charity

On Friday, Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright held his fourth annual fantasy football fundraiser for charity at Busch Stadium. Teammates Matt Carpenter, Stephen Piscotty and Lance Lynn also participated.


8/26/2016 | Reyes faces Neal, A's in first big league start

Zach Neal, who has allowed nine runs in his last two starts, faces the Cardinals on Saturday at Busch Stadium. He'll be opposed by rookie Alex Reyes, the Cardinals top prospect, who gets his first big league start in place of Mike Leake, who has shingles.


8/26/2016 | Tour brings pieces of Cooperstown to St. Louis

The Hall of Fame Tour will take root in the parking lot at Ballpark Village from Friday through Sept. 11 on one of six stops this year as the experience of Cooperstown is brought to the fans. The traveling showcase includes five mobile exhibit galleries containing artifacts such as Jackie Robinson's cap from the 1955 World Series and Babe Ruth's 714th home run ball.


8/26/2016 | Tuivailala optioned as Cards recall Socolovich

The Cardinals optioned right-hander Sam Tuivailala to Triple-A Memphis on Friday, following Thursday's 10-6 loss to the Mets, in which he gave up two earned runs. The move cleared a roster spot for right-hander Miguel Socolovich.


8/25/2016 | Waino's start boils over with tough 5th inning

In need of a pick-me-up night amid another trying stretch in his season, Cardinals starter Adam Wainwright got little of it from his defense and was unable to generate much himself in what unraveled into a 10-6 loss to the Mets on Thursday night at Busch Stadium.


8/25/2016 | After review, Waino loses glove, Yo gets base

With one out in the fifth inning on Thursday, Mets first baseman James Loney popped a ball into short left field that landed just out of the reach of Greg Garcia. The ensuing play at third led to a replay review that opened the floodgates to a four-run inning that put the Mets ahead, 7-0.


8/25/2016 | Cards may have short September callup list

The calendar will soon flip to September, giving teams the freedom to expand their rosters for the final weeks of the regular season.


8/25/2016 | Pipeline preview: Allard seeks fifth straight quality start for Rome

Braves No. 4 prospect Kolby Allard starts for Class A Rome against Augusta at 7 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.


8/25/2016 | Cardinals set for HOF ceremony on Saturday

There will be connections to eight of the franchise's 11 World Series championships when the Cardinals induct four new members into their Hall of Fame on Saturday.


8/25/2016 | De Aza's 5 RBIs help Mets gain in Wild Card chase

A stay in St. Louis did the Mets well, as they left town following Thursday night's 10-6 victory in better National League Wild Card position than when they arrived. Capping an evening in which Seth Lugo secured his first Major League win and the offense piled on by taking advantage of a shoddy Cardinals defense, the Mets won the series and moved to within 3 1/2 games of St. Louis in the Wild Card standings.


8/25/2016 | Kopech among top prospect performers Wednesday

Michael Kopech may be the hottest pitcher in all of Minor League Baseball these days as he continues to shut down opposing lineups with a plethora of strikeouts.


8/25/2016 | Grichuk freed up as part of everyday lineup

Stephen Piscotty sensed the turning point arriving in Houston, when he watched teammate Randal Grichuk declutter. All that noise that had been in Grichuk's head -- doubt about whether he belonged, frustration around broken mechanics, and anxiousness about whether his results one day would be enough to earn him a start on the next one -- had faded.


8/25/2016 | Carpenter's return to leadoff spot pays off

Matt Carpenter batted third in over half of his 15 games since his return from the disabled list as the Cardinals tried to find more production in the middle of the lineup with Matt Holliday on the DL.


8/24/2016 | Wacha optimistic new plan will mean '16 return

While he awaits clearance to begin a throwing program, Michael Wacha has been seeking advice and soliciting suggestions for how best to address a right shoulder stress reaction that has now landed him on the disabled list twice in the last three seasons.


8/24/2016 | Cards rookie Reyes soaking up big league experience

Cardinals reliever Alex Reyes has lived up to every expectation set for him so far in the Major Leagues. The 21-year-old has responded and executed his pitches in each situation that has been put before him since he was called up.


8/24/2016 | Wainwright, Cards look to widen Wild Card gap with Mets

Adam Wainwright's 8.53 ERA through four starts in August is so far the highest he has posted in any month this season, by over a full point. He'll have a chance to lower it Thursday when he faces Seth Lugo in the series finale between the Mets and Cardinals.




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