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St. Louis Cardinals News and Rumors

  • Freeman selected but will miss Rising Stars Game

    Freeman selected but will miss Rising Stars Game

    MLB.com Updated Oct 31, 2012
    The Arizona Fall League chose Cardinals prospects Kolten Wong and Sam Freeman for its upcoming Rising Stars Game, but mild tendinitis in his left biceps will keep Freeman from participating and will likely sideline him from returning for the rest of the…
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  • Journal of self-reflection: Matheny mulls first year

    Journal of self-reflection: Matheny mulls first year

    MLB.com Oct 31, 2012
    One year later, Mike Matheny's appointment as Cardinals manager can hardly be met with criticism. He led the Cards to an 88-win season and a return to the playoffs. The club played 13 postseason games, falling one victory short of advancing back to the …
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  • On 'Conan,' Pence talks Game 7 double, Katy Perry

    On 'Conan,' Pence talks Game 7 double, Katy Perry

    MLB.com Oct 31, 2012
    In his Tuesday night appearance on the late-night talk show "Conan," Giants outfielder Hunter Pence discussed his wacky broken-bat double in the NLCS against the Cardinals and, of course, Katy Perry.
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Sports Columnists

  • Jrue Holiday, Philadelphia 76ers agree to contract extension

    Nov 1
    The Philadelphia 76ers have reached terms on a contract extension with guard Jrue Holiday.
  • Don Banks: Biggest mistake by Reid, Eagles? Sticking together too long

    Oct 31
    He is the NFL's longest-tenured head coach and easily the most successful in Eagles franchise history, and yet, as we have seen happen in other football-crazed towns, it's the weight of all that history that seems to be bearing down on Andy Reid in Phil…
  • Curry gets four-year extension from Warriors

    Oct 31
    The Golden State Warriors and star guard Stephen Curry have reached terms on a contract extension, the team announced Wednesday.
  • Clayton mailbag: Don't expect typical playoff turnover

    Oct 31
    High playoff turnover from year to year is typical, but the trend is being bucked in 2012, writes John Clayton.