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Can the Cardinals stand out from Scott Rolen help melt the Hall of Fame hot corner?

like Nolan Arenado I headed toward the majors and started watching more videos of the greats on third base and their feet, something was Scott RollinHighlights that can’t fit on a phone, laptop, or even a widescreen TV, no matter how big. ADVERTISEMENT “You don’t realize how big a guy is until you’re on his … Read more

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New rules, post WBC heavyweight Cardinals will challenge Oli Marmol this spring

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The lie about the 2023 season keeps repeating. ADVERTISEMENT With the restrictions of pandemic baseball happily in the rearview mirror and the layoff being resolved due to a new collective bargaining agreement in the bag, there has been a lot of talk this year of normal spring training. In addition to the annual adjustments each … Read more

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On the ice for three years, the Cardinals’ warm-up returns in person with a new look and new venues

When the Cardinals finally flocked to St. Louis this time of year, Randy Arzarena had just been traded to Tampa Bay, Dylan Carlson was the team’s minor league player of the year, the club had MLB coach of the year, and Albert played Pujols is under halo in ca. ADVERTISEMENT In other words, “It’s been … Read more

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Cardinals snap 32-year-old fireball player from Yankees in Rule 5 draft

SAN DIEGO – In the traditional end of the Winter Meetings, the Cardinals struggled with an “unconventional” selection in the Rule 5 draft, even though it had some of the traits of a classic Rule 5. ADVERTISEMENT A few months after trying to acquire Wilking Rodriguez from his Mexican side, the Cardinals wrested his rights … Read more

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Cardinals’ Paul Goldschmidt Adds Heart and Hustle Award to 2022 Awards

On the eve of what could be his first National League Most Valuable Player Award, Paul Goldschmidt Wednesday added another piece of hardware in a busy awards season for the 35-year-old. ADVERTISEMENT Goldschmidt was announced as the winner of the Heart and Hustle Award, which honors an active player who embodies the passion, spirit, values, … Read more

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Cardinals’ Paul Goldschmidt Adds Heart and Hustle Award to 2022 Awards

On the eve of what could be his first National League Most Valuable Player Award, Paul Goldschmidt Wednesday added another piece of hardware in a busy awards season for the 35-year-old. ADVERTISEMENT Goldschmidt was announced as the winner of the Heart and Hustle Award, which honors an active player who embodies the passion, spirit, values … Read more

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Cardinals’ Paul Goldschmidt Adds Heart and Hustle Award to 2022 Awards

On the eve of what could be his first National League award, Paul Goldschmidt on Wednesday added another piece of equipment in the 35-year-old’s busy awards season. ADVERTISEMENT Goldschmidt was announced as the winner of the Heart and Hustle Award, which honors an active player who embodies the passion, spirit, values ​​and traditions of baseball. … Read more

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The Cardinal’s Nolan Arenado keeps his sure grip on the Platinum Glove

The third most-married player of his generation has expanded his reputation as one of the best field players in any position in the history of the Defensive League Baseball Awards. ADVERTISEMENT 3rd Cardinals Nolan Arenado was awarded the Platinum Glove for the sixth consecutive time in the National League during an event hosted by Rawlings … Read more

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If playoffs are so unpredictable, say the Cardinals, how do the Astros always beat the odds?

LAS VEGAS – Whether it’s a team surging together at just the right time like a neural curve ball snatching a pennant in the Queens or an inning that breaks due to a lucky toe injury days ago in Pittsburgh, the postseason in Major League Baseball is crowded. Unpredictability. He can turn a team with … Read more

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If playoffs are so unpredictable, say the Cardinals, how do the Astros always beat the odds?

LAS VEGAS – Whether it’s a team surging together at just the right time like a neural curve ball snatching a pennant in the Queens or an inning that breaks due to a lucky toe injury days ago in Pittsburgh, the postseason in Major League Baseball is crowded. Unpredictability. He can turn a team with … Read more

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