A new element - luck - has entered the health and safety protocols if the baseball season can go off as planned in the opinion of Cardinals veteran Andrew Miller. [...]

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Sally Tippett Rains This week– the 100th Anniversary of the Negro Leagues– the best place to be was in  Kansas City where the Negro Leagues Museum is—at the corner of 18th and Vine. When one [...]

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One of the first decisions the Cardinals have to make in advance of training camp is who will be in their 60-player pool for the camp and taxi squad rosters; Here is our guess. [...]

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The Major League Players Association announced Tuesday night that they have reached an agreement with Major League Baseball on the health and safety protocols, clearing the way for a season to begin the weekend of [...]

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Two Cardinals prospects, Anthony Shew and Patrick Dayton, are helping raise money to support fellow minor leaguers through a new non-profit organization. [...]

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The Washington University in St. Louis Department of Athletics has announced a virtual awards celebration, scheduled for Monday, April 27, at 7 p.m. (CT). The awards celebration will recognize student-athletes for academic achievement and for outstanding [...]

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