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by: https://www.facebook.com/jsosports — USA Today 2h
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by: Cardinal70 — Cards Conclave 15h
Last night, the 2018 Cardinals looked like they could take their place along one of the most legendary teams in baseball history. Not the 1927 Yankees. Not the 1975 Reds. Not the 2001 Mariners. No, last night the Cardinals looked like they were a...
by: Ben Frederickson St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 15h
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by: Reuters — Yahoo Sports 20h
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by: N/A — MLB: Cardinals 22 Jun
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by: Todd Rosiak, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 22 Jun
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by: Derrick Goold St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 22 Jun
At the start of what could be a series of moves this weekend to fortify the bullpen for a four-game visit to Milwaukee, the Cardinals placed Michael Wacha on the
by: @usatoday — USA Today 21 Jun
Giancarlo Stanton delivered his first true signature moment in a Yankees uniform by blasting a two-run, walk-off homer that sealed New York's comeback from 5-0 down vs. the Seattle Mariners.
by: Cardinal70 — Cards Conclave 21 Jun
After three games, it feels like the Cardinals and Phillies are teams that are very much alike. We saw three one-run games, all of which had lead changes and neither team getting up more than a couple and not for long. We had an extra-inning game, a...
by: Derrick Goold St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 20 Jun
Michael Wacha leaves game in the fourth inning with an oblique strain. Yadier Molina hits two home runs, but Phillies press on to win 4-3.
by: admin — Fast Philly Sports 20 Jun
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