This is the October 28, 2013 news archive. View today's Cardinals rumors and news.
Jon Lester smothered St. Louis, David Ross hit a tiebreaking RBI double in a two-run seventh inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the Cardinals 3-1 on Monday night to take a 3-2 World Series lead.Share Tweet
ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Cardinals finally figured out how to get David Ortiz out. Let him hit a long drive to the deepest part of Busch Stadium and hope an outfielder catches the ball. That was the formula for success in Game 5 of the World Series, wh…Share TweetST. LOUIS — David Ortiz might not be the most dangerous weapon in the Boston Red Sox dugout.That's because Daniel Nava's bat almost did some damage to his person in Monday's Game 5 of the World Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox.N…Share TweetST. LOUIS — This is the busiest place in sports at the moment.On Monday night, Busch Stadium prepared for Game 5 of the World Series. Less than a mile away, the Edward Jones Dome was getting ready for Monday Night Football, the St. Louis Rams hosting th…Share TweetThe Red Sox and Cardinals meet in Game 5 of the World Series with both teams looking for a pivotal victory and perhaps a little normalcy. Join the conversation with Times staffers throughout the night.Share TweetST. LOUIS — No sooner than we posted the lineups for Monday's World Series Game 5 did Cardinals skipper Mike Matheny make a big change. Allen Craig is going to start at first base for the Cardinals, his first time playing the field since spraining his l…Share Tweet
For much of the afternoon, Googling the term "St.deadspin.com Oct 28, 2013For much of the afternoon, Googling the term "St. Louis Cardinals" turned up a homophobic joke, because Google pulls information on baseball teams from Wikipedia, which anyone, including some guy in a basement in Revere, can edit. The more you…Share Tweet
Play-by-play and analysis from @SI_MLBSI.com’s Strike Zone writers Cliff Corcoran and Jay Jaffe will be live-tweeting Game 4 of the World Series between the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals. Follow along here for all their insight and analysis:Share Tweet
Sixteen million viewers tune in to Game 4 dramaBoston's 4-2 victory over St. Louis in Game 4 on Sunday night drew 16 million viewers, which made it the most-watched baseball game since Game 7 of the 2011 World Series between the Cardinals and Rangers.Share Tweet
Split jersey, split loyalties — one man’s reaction to the Cardinals-Red Sox World SeriesST. LOUIS — The couple at the next table is sorry to interrupt, but they've noticed Travis Sheridan's jersey and they must say something. The husband is a Boston Red Sox fan. The wife is originally from St. Louis. They're here for the World Series, loya…Share Tweet
World Series Game 5 preview: Pressure all on CardinalsThe pressure is on the Cardinals in Game 5, but at least they have the right man on the mound.Share TweetST. LOUIS — Add this to the list of unusual things we've seen in this year's World Series: The Boston Red Sox used three starting pitchers in their Sunday night 4-2 victory against the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 4.Each of them, actual starter Clay Buch…Share TweetMichael Rosenberg and Albert Chen discuss the missed opportunity for the Cardinals as they failed to get to Clay Buchholz in game 4, and look ahead to the game 5 pitching match up.Share TweetA surprise starter Jonny Gomes played the hero in Boston's 4-2 win over the Cardinals in Game 4.Share TweetWhen asked about his visible emotions upon being pulled from Sunday's 4-2 loss in Game 4 of the World Series after 5 2/3 innings, Cardinals starter Lance Lynn responded as if the answer was obvious. "I'm not happy when I come out in a game ever,&qu…Share Tweet
Series even as Cards give up big homer, miss chancesThe Cardinals' opportunity to take a commanding World Series lead over the Red Sox evaporated with one poorly located sinker from Seth Maness and one mighty sixth-inning swing by Jonny Gomes. Gomes' tiebreaking three-run homer sunk the Cards in a 4-2 lo…Share Tweet
Freese, Cards not sweating missed opportunitiesSunday night's 4-2 loss to the Red Sox at Busch Stadium, which left the World Series tied after four games, saw St. Louis go a concerning 2-for-8 with runners in scoring position. The Cardinals have left 32 runners on base, as opposed to 21 for the Red …Share TweetThe outcome of Game 4 was clear across Kolten Wong's face. Fighting back emotions amid a pack of reporters just minutes after the Cardinals' 4-2 loss to the Red Sox in the World Series on Sunday night, the dejected rookie rehashed the toughest moment of…Share Tweet
Best is yet to come in this drama-filled Fall ClassicNow it gets good. Not that there's been anything wrong with the first four games of the World Series, with the Red Sox and Cardinals feeling each other out for two games at Fenway Park and playing to a confusing finish in Game 3 in St. Louis. But Boston…Share Tweet
Maness leaves sinker up, left with sinking feelingThe Cardinals' ground-ball guy didn't get his ground ball, and as a result, the World Series is knotted up going into Game 5. Seth Maness threw a sinker that didn't sink to Jonny Gomes in the sixth inning of Game 4 on Sunday, and Gomes deposited it into…Share Tweet
Did you know? World Series Game 4: BOS 4, STL 2A look at some notable facts and figures from the Boston Red Sox's 4-2 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 4 of the World Series at Busch Stadium on Sunday night.Share TweetCardinals manager Mike Matheny addresses the media after Game 4 of the World Series.Share Tweet
Lester Lifts Red Sox To Game 5 WinOct 28Jon Lester pitched 7 2/3 strong innings to help the Red Sox beat the Cardinals 3-1 in Game 5 and pull within one win of another World Series title.
David Ortiz Inspires TeamOct 28Buster Olney discusses David Ortiz's dugout speech and Tim Kurkjian talks about Kolten Wong getting picked off first base to end the game.
MNF Or World Series?Oct 28Fans in St. Louis sound off on whether they'll be watching the Rams play on "Monday Night Football" or Game 5 of the World Series.
Too Long On The DiamondOct 28Former pitcher Jack Morris and MLB executive Joe Garagiola Jr. share their thoughts on how to shorten a baseball game.