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St. Louis Cardinals News and Rumors

  • Braves' Path to the Postseason: Oct. 1, 2012

    Braves' Path to the Postseason: Oct. 1, 2012

    MLB.com Updated Sep 30, 2012
    For at least one more day, the Braves kept their hopes for a National League East title alive. Their 6-2 victory against the Mets on Sunday, combined with the Cardinals' 10-4 win over the Nationals, kept Washington's magic number for clinching the divis…
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  • Beltran helps Cards close in on wild-card berth

    Beltran helps Cards close in on wild-card berth

    ESPN.com Sep 30, 2012
    Carlos Beltran homered from both sides of the plate for the ninth time in his career and drove in five runs, and the St. Louis Cardinals closed in on the NL's second wild-card berth by beating the Washington Nationals 10-4 Sunday.
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  • Cards' Freese makes first start since Monday

    Cards' Freese makes first start since Monday

    MLB.com Sep 30, 2012
    David Freese, who made a pinch-hit appearance on Saturday, passed all the necessary ankle tests in order to be cleared to return to the Cardinals' lineup on Sunday.
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  • Still resting elbow, Furcal scheduled for checkup

    Still resting elbow, Furcal scheduled for checkup

    MLB.com Sep 30, 2012
    Rafael Furcal, still recovering from a right elbow strain, sounded hardly optimistic on Sunday that he'd have a chance to return to the club should the Cardinals make a deep postseason run.
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  • Video - Beltran's Big Day Denies Nationals 00:31

    Beltran's Big Day Denies Nationals

    Sep 30
    Carlos Beltran drove in five runs to lead the Cardinals over the Nationals 10-4.

Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Even with blanket coverage of NFL, turnaround Vikes a shocker

    Sep 30
    PHILADELPHIA -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we digest Week 4 in the NFL ...
  • NBA -- Los Angeles Clippers look to thrive with sense of continuity

    Sep 30
    The Clippers' main cogs have played together more than their more celebrated Staples co-tenants.