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ICYMI: John Lackey lights-out as Mets top Cardinals in extras

After Matt Harvey and John Lackey dazzled for eight and seven innings, respectively, the New York Mets and St. Louis Cardinals did battle for 14 innings before John Mayberry lifted the NL-East leading Mets to a 2-1 win with an ...

Lance Lynn Gives Cardinals Innings They Sorely Needed

Needing someone else to shoulder the innings that have lately landed on the bullpen, the Cardinals squeezed all they could from starter Lance Lynn on Sunday. Lynn responded not only with a deep start but with a performance that set ...

Series Preview: Cardinals @ Mets (May 18-21, 2015)

The Mets have led the National League East virtually all season with a major-league-high 13 players on the disabled list, including third baseman David Wright (right hamstring) and closer Jenrry Mejia (elbow). But the Mets have had no trouble replacing...

John Lackey To Matchup With Matt Harvey In Series Opener

The Mets snapped a five-game losing streak with back-to-back wins against the Brewers over the weekend to stay atop the National League East. Now they host the NL Central-leading Cardinals in a four-game series that gets underway Monday at Citi ...

Matt Holliday’s Exit Jon Jay’s Injury Lead Cardinals To Consider Move; Yadier Molina Back In Lineup

The Cardinals were already considering a roster move to add a bat to the bench when left fielder Matt Holliday took a fastball to his left elbow Wednesday evening and had to leave the game as the joint started to ...

Michael Wacha Takes Mound As Cardinals Look For Series Win

The Cardinals and Indians wrap up their three-game series in Cleveland with a matinee matchup of young, talented right-handers as Michael Wacha takes the mound for opposite Trevor Bauer. St. Louis Official Site

Indians Beat Cardinals 2-0: John Lackey Strikes Out Two & Allows Two Runs Over Five & A Third Innings; Randy Choate Pitches One & Two-Thirds Scoreless Innings & Holds Two Inherited Runners On Base; Carlos Villanueva Strikes Out One over One Scoreless Inning

Individual Highlights: Matt Holliday one hit by pitch. Jhonny Peralta 1-for-3 with two strikeouts. John Lackey started and pitched 5.1 innings.  He allowed five hits, two earned runs, five walks, hit one batter, and struck two out for the losing decis...

Cardinals Call On Workhorse John Lackey To Face Indians

The Cardinals and Indians will play the second contest of a three-game Interleague series in Cleveland at the newly-introduced 6:10 p.m. ET (5:10 CT) start time on Wednesday. John Lackey (2-1, 3.20 ERA) takes the mound for St. Louis, while ...

Series Preview: Cardinals @ Indians (May 12-14, 2015)

Cleveland’s 11-19 record, representing the lowest win total in the American League, is mirrored by righthander Corey Kluber, the American League Cy Young Award winner. Kluber, who will pitch Wednesday, is 0-5 with a 5.04 earned run average in his ...

Cleveland Trip Is Back To Roots For Jhonny Peralta

Around his 20th birthday, Jhonny Peralta was new to Class AA Akron and still relatively new to the United States when someone new walked into his life. He shared an apartment with fellow Indians minor-leaguer Jose Colon, Bartolo’s brother, and ...

Bernie Miklasz Discusses Should The Cardinals Deploy A Six-Man Rotation

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Cardinals Consider Six-Man Rotation

With resident ace and workhorse Adam Wainwright down for the season because of a torn Achilles tendon, the Cardinals are thinking about going to a six-man rotation. The idea is being discussed by GM John Mozeliak, manager Mike Matheny and ...

Red Sox’ Trade Of John Lackey Looks Worse Daily

The trade that sent John Lackey to the Cardinals for Allen Craig and Joe Kelly looks worse everyday. Boston Globe

John Lackey’s lights-out start just what the doctor ordered

After a ten-strikeout performance against the Chicago Cubs on Thursday in the series finale at Busch Stadium, veteran right-hander John Lackey won’t have trouble finding fans – especially as the Redbirds finished an 11-game homestand with a 9-2 mark. The ...

A new win streak for the St. Louis Cardinals?

What do the St. Louis Cardinals like to do when one winning streak comes to an end? The answer is simple. Start a new winning streak, and they have Jason Heyward in part to thank for it. Heyward’s three-run, three-hit ...

Cardinals’ Pitching Impressive In Series Vs. Pirates

The scoreless streak put together by the Cardinals' bullpen may have been snapped at 21 1/3 innings, but nobody in the home clubhouse was complaining after Sunday's game against the Pirates. St. Louis Official Site

Cardinals Starting Lineup 5-2-15

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St. Louis Cardinals: The Hangover Continues

After a hot start to the season, it looks like the St. Louis Cardinals are headed in the wrong direction. Whether this is hangover from the Adam Wainwright injury or just the team slowing down following a hot start, the ...

John Lackey takes the mound vs the Reds

With the St Louis Cardinals continuing their road trip in Cincinnati, John Lackey takes the mound vs the 3-0 Reds. Opposing Lackey on the other side is journeyman and former Cardinals pitcher Jason Marquis. Marquis last pitched in the majors ...

Weekend Preview of Cardinals vs. Reds

After splitting two of what was supposed to be a three game set against the Chicago Cubs, with one being rained out and scheduled for a future date, the St Louis Cardinals are off to Cincinnati to prepare for a ...

A Last Look As The Cardinals Before Sunday’s Opener

The Cardinals are headed to Chicago for the beginning of the new season. Cubs vs. Cardinals, and the famous construction site known as Wrigley Field. It’s a good way to start — yes, even with ESPN trying to ruin everything ...

How good is the St. Louis Cardinals rotation?

In a follow up to a story broken by Jennifer Langosch of MLB.com, St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny has set the starting rotation for the 2015 season behind ace Adam Wainwright, who despite initial health concerns during Spring Training ...

No Contract Talks Between Cardinals & John Lackey

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St. Louis Cardinals undefeated during Friday’s split squad festivities

In their first and only scheduled split squad action of this spring, the St. Louis Cardinals were undefeated on Friday. With the rosters divided into two teams, St. Louis won the home match against the New York Mets by the ...

John Lackey Talks His Way Into Extra Batter; Jon Jay To Left; Concussion Talk; Extra Bases

As many times as Mike Matheny has left the dugout in his four spring trainings as the Cardinals manager, the one constant has been that the pitcher leaves the mound before he does. Post-Dispatch

Randal Grichuk’s late home run helps Cardinals steal victory against Orioles

Randal Grichuk improved his Spring Training batting average to .281 in a three-hit effort, as his fourth home run of Spring Training propelled the St. Louis Cardinals to a ninth-inning comeback and a 8-6 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on ...

Mike Matheny Tries To Stay One Move Ahead; Scott Moore In Not Less; Extra Bases

If managing a baseball team can be equated to a chess match, then the Cardinals’ Mike Matheny may have a leg up. Matheny actually does play chess, and it was announced Friday that he will appear in advertisements and promotion ...

Lance Lynn, Jon Jay Get Work Done On Cardinals’ Off Day

Eight times Wednesday, Cardinals outfielder Jon Jay, the kind of lefthanded hitter who has frustrated Lance Lynn in the past, stepped into the box against his teammate and got a close look at what he can’t wait to see from ...

Marco Gonzales Getting Help From John Lackey; Peter Bourjos’ Struggles Continue’ Pete Kozma Produces Again; Tyler Lyons, Greg Garcia Cut; Extra Bases

Marco Gonzales is talented and smart. Smart enough to listen to his elders. Post-Dispatch

Rick Horton On The Morning After 3-17-15

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John Lackey, St. Louis Cardinals shut out Detroit Tigers

John Lackey and the St. Louis Cardinals bullpen took care of the Detroit Tigers in a 1-0 win on Monday. Lackey took to the mound against David Price in Monday’s outing. Lackey pitched three perfect innings in his 2015 Grapefruit ...

John Lackey Has A Stellar Start

What the fans could see on the scoreboard and the Cardinals would later confirm with their high-tech tracker at Roger Dean Stadium, starter John Lackey knew in his fingertips because, as he said with that Texas accent, he’s “thrown a ...

Adam Wainwright Ready For ‘Real Game’; The Pete Kozma Show; Matt Adams Tries To Bunt; Extra Bases

The two graybeards of the Cardinals’ rotation, Adam Wainwright and John Lackey, dazzled fans in morning and afternoon sessions Monday as it was a very good day for Cardinals pitching. Post-Dispatch

Cardinals Have Good Rotation Depth – For Now

It’s a little unsettling to return to Camp Cardinal and discover so much excitement over the team’s rotation depth. The last time I visited the planet Jupiter, the Cards’ starting pitching was about as sturdy as Sam Bradford — or ...

Mike Matheny Letting Cardinals Ease Into Pace-Of-Game Rules; Kolten Wong Hitless Streak Ends; John Lackey On Schedule; Matt Carpenter Signs Anti-PED Pledge; Extra Bases

Other than reading the new rules to the clubhouse earlier in spring training, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny has said little to the players about baseball’s new pace-of-game policies and the changes for pitchers and batters. Post-Dispatch

Joe Kelly Rebounds From Poor Spring Debut

After telling Red Sox fans he was planning to win the American League Cy Young Award this season, Joe Kelly didn’t exactly get off to the best start this spring, allowing four runs on seven hits in 1 2/3 innings ...

Kolten Wong Snaps Hitless Skid With Single Vs. Braves

A year after starting the spring 0-for-10, Kolten Wong stepped to the plate in the first inning on Wednesday one hitless at-bat away from opening Grapefruit League play in the same manner this month. St. Louis Official Site

Lance Lynn Leaves Game With Hip Flexor Strain, Next Start Uncertain; Adam Wainwright, John Lackey Making Progress; Pete Kozma For Effect; Tommy Pham Birthday Bash; Allen Craig, Edward Mujica Coming

What Cardinals starter Lance Lynn felt in his hip during a difficult second inning Sunday was easy to see when he hesitated on a ground ball from the last batter he faced. Post-Dispatch

After Losing Courtship, Red Sox Shouldn’t Trade Allen Craig – Yet

The Boston Red Sox waited eight years to get Allen Craig. They’re not going to trade him on a whim; nor should they when they’re one injury away from needing Craig badly. Fox Sports

Adam Wainwright, John Lackey Prepping With Late Season In Mind

Three hours before Lance Lynn threw the first pitch of Sunday's official game, a crowd of Cardinals fans gathered a few hundred yards behind the ballpark to watch another two members of the Cardinals' rotation work. There they found both ...

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