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Cardinals Fire Rising Front-Office Star Amid Hacking Investigat…

Cardinals Fire Rising Front-Office Star Amid Hacking Investigation

nytimes.com yahoo.com deadspin.com Updated 1 hour ago
Chris Correa, the Cardinals’ scouting director, was fired, according to an official with direct knowledge of the decision. Correa once worked for Astros General Manager Jeff Luhnow.
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  • Cardinals pitching is on historic pace

    Cardinals pitching is on historic pace

    MLB.com 14 hours ago
    Once Adam Wainwright went down, the Cardinals would have been forgiven had their pitching staff crumbled. Instead, they've been preventing runs like nothing we've ever seen before.
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  • Quintana Paces White Sox to 7-1 Win Over Cardinals

    Quintana Paces White Sox to 7-1 Win Over Cardinals

    nytimes.com MLB.com 21 hours ago
    Melky Cabrera homered to back a strong outing from Jose Quintana, and the Chicago White Sox pulled away late to beat the St. Louis Cardinals 7-1 Wednesday night in a game interrupted by three rain delays.
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  • Sale Ties Strikeout Record, White Sox Edge Cardinals in 11th

    Sale Ties Strikeout Record, White Sox Edge Cardinals in 11th

    nytimes.com MLB.com yahoo.com Jul 1 (yesterday)
    Chris Sale forced another avalanche of swings and misses. Helping at the bat, was an unexpected bonus.
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  • Flowers sends Sox past Cards on Sale's night

    Flowers sends Sox past Cards on Sale's night

    MLB.com Jun 30 (yesterday)
    The White Sox capped a history-making night by starter Chris Sale with an 11-inning, 2-1 win to open a two-game set against the Cardinals at Busch Stadium on Tuesday. Tyler Flowers' two-out solo homer off reliever Miguel Socolovich in the deciding frame…
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  • Belisle lands on DL; Cards call up Hatley

    Belisle lands on DL; Cards call up Hatley

    MLB.com Jun 30 (2 days ago)
    The Cardinals have placed right-hander Matt Belisle on the 15-day disabled list with right elbow inflammation, retroactive to Friday. To fill his place on the roster, the club has purchased the contract of right-hander Marcus Hatley from Triple-A Memphi…
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  • 5 things we learned from June

    5 things we learned from June

    MLB.com Jun 30 (3 days ago)
    As we get ready to flip the calendar to July, pour one for those poor Pittsburgh Pirates. At 16-9, they posted the National League's second-best record in June, only to lose ground to the ridiculous St. Louis Cardinals in the NL Central race. An applica…
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  • Sweep me in St. Louis: Cards roll past Cubs

    Sweep me in St. Louis: Cards roll past Cubs

    MLB.com Jun 29 (4 days ago)
    After weathering two hours and 29 minutes' worth of rain delays, the Cardinals ran their winning streak to six by finishing off a three-game sweep of the Cubs with a 4-1 win at Busch Stadium on Sunday night. The Cubs, who fell 11 1/2 games behind the Na…
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  • Martinez Paces Cardinals to 4-1 Win, Sweep of Cubs

    Martinez Paces Cardinals to 4-1 Win, Sweep of Cubs

    nytimes.com Jun 29 (4 days ago)
    Every five or 10 minutes while the game was on hold, Carlos Martinez went to the indoor batting cage to stay loose.
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  • Cardinals first to 50 wins after dominant performance against C…

    Cardinals first to 50 wins after dominant performance against Cubs

    yahoo.com MLB.com nytimes.com Jun 28 (5 days ago)
    Take a look around the league with Big League Stew's daily wrap up. We'll hit on all of the biggest moments from the day that you may have missed, while providing highlights, photos and interesting stats. The St. Louis Cardinals became the first team to…
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  • Shaky early, Wacha uses DPs to cruise late

    Shaky early, Wacha uses DPs to cruise late

    MLB.com Jun 28 (5 days ago)
    A read of the final box score would suggest that Saturday's 8-1 Cardinals win over the Cubs featured few dramatics -- which was true by the end. However, the complexion of a game that eventually turned into the team's fifth straight win changed long bef…
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  • Cardinals put on clinic in historic 50th victory

    Cardinals put on clinic in historic 50th victory

    MLB.com Jun 27 (5 days ago)
    The Cardinals extended their winning streak to five and became the first team since the 2005 World Series champion White Sox to win 50 of its first 74 games by rolling over the Cubs, 8-1, in front of a sellout crowd at Busch Stadium on Saturday night. S…
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  • Cards down rival Cubs on walk-off error

    Cards down rival Cubs on walk-off error

    MLB.com nytimes.com Jun 27 (6 days ago)
    Peter Bourjos beat an errant throw home from Cubs right fielder Mike Baxter, who had been pulled in as a fifth infielder, to lift the Cardinals to their sixth walk-off win of the season. The 3-2, 10-inning victory over the Cubs in front of a sellout cro…
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  • Garcia sparks Cards with 1st MLB homer

    Garcia sparks Cards with 1st MLB homer

    MLB.com Jun 27 (6 days ago)
    Greg Garcia felt pretty certain that by the time the Cardinals were celebrating a 3-2 win over the Cubs on Friday, his 94-year-old grandfather, Dave Garcia, Sr., had already cued up a replay of the game-tying home run Garcia hit two innings before the f…
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  • Lynn shows vintage stuff in scoreless return

    Lynn shows vintage stuff in scoreless return

    MLB.com nytimes.com Jun 25 (7 days ago)
    Lance Lynn, who hadn't pitched in 18 days, picked up right where he left off in the Cardinals' 5-1 win on Thursday night at Marlins Park.
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  • Maddon: Still chance Wada starts Saturday

    Maddon: Still chance Wada starts Saturday

    MLB.com Jun 25
    Tsuyoshi Wada was not listed as Saturday's starter on the Cubs' pregame notes Thursday, but manager Joe Maddon said it's still possible the left-hander could go against the Cardinals.
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  • Wong, Heyward punish Latos to lift Cards

    Wong, Heyward punish Latos to lift Cards

    Marlins right-hander Mat Latos gave up just three hits in seven innings on Wednesday night, but the Cardinals did serious damage with two of them. Kolten Wong belted a two-run homer and Jason Heyward added a three-run blast that lifted St. Louis to a 6-…
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  • Garcia injured while scoring from second

    Garcia injured while scoring from second

    MLB.com Jun 24
    Cardinals starter Jaime Garcia pitched a gem in the Cardinals' 6-1 win against the Marlins, but he didn't leave the contest unharmed.
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  • Video - Cardinals' Season Outlook 00:35

    Cardinals' Season Outlook

    Feb 28
    John Kruk breaks down his expectations for the St. Louis Cardinals this season.
  • Video - Wainwright Feeling 'Dramatically Better' 03:25

    Wainwright Feeling 'Dramatically Better'

    Feb 28
    Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright says he is not concerned about missing opening day due to an abdominal strain and is looking forward to getting back on the field and performing consistently.
  • Video - Carpenter, Cardinals Ready For New Season 03:27

    Carpenter, Cardinals Ready For New Season

    Feb 28
    Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter discusses his process to hitting and talks about getting ready for the 2015 season.
  • Video - Cardinals Taking Cautious Approach With Wainwright 01:58

    Cardinals Taking Cautious Approach With Wainwright

    Feb 27
    ESPN.com senior writer Jerry Crasnick discusses how the Cardinals are handling Adam Wainwright's abdominal strain.

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