- Piscotty reaches base 3 times, has RBI in Cardinals' loss Updated: Jul-27-15 12:37 pm
ST. LOUIS - Cardinals rookie Stephen Piscotty was pleased with how he handled his first major league start at Busch Stadium.
- Young pulled early, Royals fall short in loss to Cardinals Updated: Jul-23-15 11:44 pm
ST. LOUIS - Ned Yost pulled Chris Young early, leaning on relievers who threw five scoreless innings. The Kansas City Royals' comeback bid fell just short.
- Lackey goes 7, Rosenthal holds on as Cardinals beat Royals Updated: Jul-23-15 11:21 pm
ST. LOUIS - John Lackey wore a Cardinals 1985 World Series T-shirt as a 6-year-old growing up in Abilene, Texas, courtesy of an aunt then living in St. Louis.
- Peralta hits 2-out, 2-run HR in 9th, Cardinals jolt Cubs 6-5 Updated: Jul-09-15 1:17 am
CHICAGO - Cardinals manager Mike Matheny enjoys when a team battles back after getting down. On Wednesday, he didn't see his team do that, but he heard it.
- Cardinals hold Wong out of DH nightcap after banging head Updated: Jul-07-15 7:56 pm
CHICAGO - The St. Louis Cardinals held second baseman Kolten Wong out of the lineup for the second game of a day-night doubleheader after he banged his head during the opener on Tuesday.
- 4 Royals elected to start All-Star Game; Reds' Frazier, too Updated: Jul-05-15 10:51 pm
NEW YORK - The All-Star Game will have a Kansas City flavor, just not as much as it appeared last month.
- Garcia questionable for Thursday, Belisle placed on DL Updated: Jun-30-15 7:18 pm
ST. LOUIS - St. Louis Cardinals lefty Jaime Garcia is a question mark for Thursday's start, still struggling to return from a groin cramp in his last start.
- 5 Royals lead in All-Star voting, balloting ends Thursday Updated: Jun-29-15 6:42 pm
NEW YORK - Toronto third baseman Josh Donaldson and Seattle designated hitter Nelson Cruz have moved ahead in fan voting for starting spots in the All-Star Game, leaving five Kansas City Royals still in the lead.
- Martinez paces Cardinals to 4-1 win, sweep of Cubs Updated: Jun-29-15 2:05 am
ST. LOUIS - Every five or 10 minutes while the game was on hold, Carlos Martinez went to the indoor batting cage to stay loose.