Originally published: October 28, 2011 11:27 PM Updated: October 29, 2011 2:05 AM By DAVID LENNON david.lennon@newsday.com ST. LOUIS -- The transformation from walking dead to world champions took a total of 24 …
It's amazing." "Amazing" is as good a word as any for it, too, because there has never been a World Series champion like the 2011 Cardinals. It's that simple. The Cardinals, only one strike from defeat 24 hours earlier, celebrate on the …
ST. LOUIS - Hard-throwing Jason Motte was the fifth pitcher to audition for the St. Louis Cardinals' closer job. He's nailing down that role, even if manager Tony La Russa is steadfast in his refusal to make it official. Handed a one-run lead in …
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Cardinals rushed to the plate to congratulate Allen Craig. The Red Sox stormed home to argue …
These two teams represent as close a matchup as you’ll find. The Red Sox, of course, took down the Rays and Tigers …
Only, this meeting won’t be anything like nine years ago. Back then, the Cardinals were playing in the World Series for the first time in 17 years, hoping to win their first championship since 1982. But they were merely props in the best …
ST. LOUIS — When the St. Louis Cardinals were down to their apparent final strike of the season, in both the ninth and 10th innings of Game 6 on Thursday night, Manager Tony La Russa told his players in the dugout not to forget to thank …
The Boston Red Sox host Game 1 of the 2013 World Series tonight against the St. Louis Cardinals, a game that’ll be watched as much for its beard-related entertainment as it will for the excellence of each team’s starting nine. But the …
ST. LOUIS — The Texas Rangers were finding out Thursday night, in Game 6 of the World Series, what the entire …
LOUISVILLE — Think of it as unfinished business in Omaha. After two years of stalling in the Super Regionals, the Louisville Cardinals baseball team is bound for the College World Series. It’s the fourth time since 2007 that the …