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2015 Schedule
82-46, 1st in NL Cent
Giants walk off against Cardinals (0:37)

Final: Giants 5, Cardinals 4

Kelby Tomlinson hit an RBI liner up the middle for his first career walk-off hit to put an end St. Louis' 5-game win streak. The Cardinals' lead in the NL Central is down to 3.5 games. Box score

Byrd hits 8th career grand slam

Marlon Byrd brought everyone home with a shot to center in the 3rd inning, giving the Giants their MLB-leading 8th grand slam of the year. The Cardinals fought back an inning later and cut the score to 4-3. Follow live

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Giants put Cain on DL with nerve issue in elbow

Giants right-hander Matt Cain was put on the 15-day disabled list Friday with irritation in his pitching elbow and received a cortisone injection to help it calm down.

Cards get out of jam to top D-backs (0:43)

Cardinals sweep D-backs, win 5th straight

Brandon Moss and Tony Cruz went deep in the Cardinals' 5-3 win over the Diamondbacks, who had a bases-loaded, no-outs opportunity in the eighth and failed to score. Box score

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Schoenfield: No St. Louis in Series

The Cardinals have been the best club in baseball all season, so why wouldn't they make for an interesting World Series team? David Schoenfield explains. Best World Series matchups

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How contenders are preparing for stretch run

Jim Bowden looks at what could change on each contender's roster for the stretch run, from call-ups to changed roles to players returning from injury.


Goldschmidt HR going, going ... still going

Paul Goldschmidt’s 482-foot HR in the first is the longest hit by a Diamondback since ESPN started tracking home runs in 2009. Since 2009, only Cameron Maybin (485 feet) has hit a longer home run than Goldschmidt’s at Chase Field. Mark Reynolds answered with a solo shot in the fifth to pull the Cardinals even at 1. Follow live

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Cards ready to reload in September

As good as St. Louis is now, the team has several key players set to return from injury next month. Matt Adams, Matt Holliday, and Randal Grichuk should be back soon. And don't count out a certain ace. Potential impact additions (Insider)

Maybe they're just used to winning?

FiveThirtyEight's analysis of fan sentiment has Cardinals followers sadder than they were before the season. Is the best record in baseball not enough? Sentiment scores

Cardinals flying early against D-backs

Yadier Molina knocked in a run with a double for his 9th RBI in 8 games as St. Louis tallied four hits, two walks and four runs in the 1st against Arizona starter Robbie Ray to grab an early advantage. Follow live

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Will Carlos Martinez crash in 2016?

The Cardinals starter shows all the classic signs of great pitching: He misses bats, he throws strikes and he keeps the ball down. So what's the one thing that could derail his success? Most sustainable breakout players (Insider)


Lynn, Cards top Diamondbacks 5-3

It was 2-2 to start the seventh, but the Cards' three-run inning -- at the hands of Tommy Pham's RBI single and Yadier Molina's two-run single -- put the Cards up for good as Lance Lynn earned his 10th win. Box score

Yadi extends Cardinals' lead over D-backs

With the bases loaded and two outs, Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina hit a 2-run single to right to put St. Louis up 5-2 in the top of the seventh in Arizona. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25315th
On Base Percentage.31911th
Slugging Percentage.39023rd
Earned Run Average2.651st
Quality Starts891st

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