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The Cardinals steadily alternate with two novices on the deadline, instead of reaching a star | St. Louis Cardinals

When the Cardinals immersed themselves in talks that challenged their time-tested conservative approach to the trade deadline before it was reconfirmed, the range of deals discussed was as broad as their imaginations allowed. They can make headlines or underlines, a big splash or a small fix. The Cardinals explored a variety of deals spanning from …

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Cardinals’ Notebook: Shortstop DeJong Kept Quiet, Finally Awarded | St. Louis Cardinals

Shortstop Paul DeJong could have said something in those two extra months stranded in the AAA Memphis class, which the Cardinals sent there because he was hitting 130 in St. Louis. After a slow start, DeJong started making a lot of home runs. But no one still called his name back to the major leagues …

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Benfried: Assessing how the trade deadline has affected some current and former cardinals | Ben Fredrickson

The trade deadline came and went and the annual tradition of rating each team’s moves or not was completed. The tournament’s desperate Padres are the “winners” for selling almost the entire farm system to a series of moves themed Juan Soto. Retooling the Cubs are “losers” for not moving Wilson Contreras and Ian Hub when …

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Cardinals’ notebook: Molina treats the last 60 matches like a playoff | St. Louis Cardinals

Yadir Molina, who was surrounded by reporters before the match, agreed to the opening night scenario. The Chicago Cubs were in town, Adam Wainwright battling the Cardinals and Molina, debuting six weeks ago—the usual time for spring training—was his catcher. “And you’re around asking me some questions,” he said, smiling. After rehabilitating a right knee …

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Presentation 1: Cardinals seek to turn things around in the International Bird Battle | Cardinal’s victory

Premiere: 6:07 p.m. in Toronto Without star corner players, the Cardinal will be hoping to return to winning streak after losing a disappointing streak to the Cincinnati Reds. They will face a tough challenge as they face the Toronto Blue Jays, the winner of the last six games. St. Louis have struggled when playing for …

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‘Next Guy’: Cardinals lose O’Neill and Sox streak, still search for relief solution | St. Louis Cardinals

BOSTON – In the same inning that defensive tackle Tyler O’Neill made a turn first and took a turn toward the injured roster on Sunday, the Cardinals had a quick reminder of the substitution they had ready and willing and swing by if they needed it. Their search for such depth and solutions from the …

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Cardinal Hudson goes twice (played) or none as the Reds win 7-6 | St. Louis Cardinals

Dakota Hudson indulged in a bad habit that plagued him. Juan Ypez came back with a good idea that brought him to the big companies. Working with more zeal on his earlier starts, the Cardinals right-hand Hudson only allowed two runs and six strokes in 14 runs. “It definitely beats the slow and the bad …

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Benfried: Juan Soto’s madness side effect seems to devalue Dylan Carlson | professional

Written by Ben Fredrickson St. Louis Post-Dispatch At the risk of sounding like someone who doesn’t understand the awesomeness of Juan Soto – I do, I promise – this seems like a good time to remind people that Cardinals’ Dylan Carlson is producing in the present while also providing plenty of reason for future optimism. …

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Former Woodside bomber Joseph King signs with the St. Louis Cardinals | Sweetened

It’s generally not Joseph King who’s protective of his feelings, but the moving reaction when Cal’s right-hand man walked out of the hill after his April 9th ​​8th inning marathon outing against the University of Washington was engaging, even by his standards. The best outing of her 117-court career was a testament to a rookie …

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