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2015 Schedule
100-62, 1st in NL Cent
Will Molina be on postseason roster? (2:21)

Can anybody stop the Cardinals?

Baseball's best team in the regular season figures to be a tough matchup in any postseason series. See how many of our 23 baseball analysts surveyed have St. Louis winning it all. Playoff picks


Molina to try and play with splint

Cardinals C Yadier Molina met with a specialist that told him his ligament injury wasn't healed but the catcher plans to play in the NLDS while wearing a splint on his left thumb.

Are Cards still atop Power Rankings?

St. Louis lost its hold on the top spot of our rankings a few weeks ago but has been No. 1 the last two weeks. How are things looking for the Cardinals at the end of season? Find out here

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2dJayson Stark

Stark: My World Series prediction

Our guy, Jayson Stark, doesn't have the best track record when it comes to predicting who will win the World Series. But this year is different. We promise!

Tough odds for Cardinals

Despite leading the league with 100 wins, St. Louis is in the middle of the pack in terms of teams favored to win the World Series by the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. The Cards are sandwiched by the Mets and Rangers.

2dBen Lindbergh

Grantland: Crowning the Most Exciting Team of the 2015 MLB Regular Season

The more a team's playoff odds fluctuate, the more on edge its followers are. Conversely, the earlier a team locks up a playoff spot or falls far out of the race by pegging its odds close to one extreme or the other, the more its games blend together and its fans look forward to the playoffs (or football). So let's use those playoff odds to determine which team had MLB's most exciting regular season in 2015.

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Nationals bust on World Series odds

Washington was favored to win it all more than any other team entering the season but didn't even make it into the playoffs. Also favored were the Dodgers and Cardinals, who both won their divisions.

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Hank Aaron Award finalists: NL Central

The Hank Aaron Award is given annually to a player recognized as the most outstanding offensive performer in his league. Here are the nominees for each NL Central team:

  • Chicago Cubs: Anthony Rizzo
  • Cincinnati Reds: Joey Votto
  • Milwaukee Brewers: Ryan Braun
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: Andrew McCutchen
  • St. Louis Cardinals: Matt Carpenter

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Experts: Predicting the playoffs

ESPN's baseball analysts gaze into their crystal balls and make their postseason predictions, including who will win the World Series.

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Young duo could power Cards in playoffs

Outfielders Randal Grichuk and Stephen Piscotty both figure to make an impact for St. Louis this postseason with their loud bats. What rookies on other teams are worth watching as well? Photo gallery

Blue Jays top the MLB Power Rankings (1:18)
BBTN's World Series predictions (1:32)
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2dDavid Schoenfield

Schoenfield: The Ultimate October Blueprint

Congrats, your team is headed to the postseason. But does their style of play work under the bright lights of October? David Schoenfield examines the formula for playoff success.


Braves' Miller ends 24-start winless drought

Shelby Miller ended his 24-start winless streak, holding his former Cardinals teammates to three hits through eight innings and leading the Braves over St. Louis 6-0 in a doubleheader opener.

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Sunday's NL playoff picture

The Dodgers and Cardinals can kick up their feet. They are both already guaranteed to host their opponents in the NLDS. The Cubs and Pirates, on the other hand, remain fiercely locked in a battle for home-field advantage in the wild-card game.


Rain postpones Cardinals-Braves

St. Louis manager Mike Matheny has a primary goal for the Cardinals' season-ending doubleheader against the Atlanta Braves:

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Adam Wainwright better after injury

Two appearances isn't much of a sample size, but his fastball velocity and strikeout rate are both up. His curveball hasn't suffered either. Is this the perfect comeback from injury?

Cards nearing Yanks in (dis)likability

The Cardinals have won so much lately they're almost as insufferable as the Yankees. But since they draw huge crowds despite playing in one of the game's smallest markets, it's a smidge easier to cheer for them this October. Who you root for, who you don't

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Piscotty says he's cleared to play

Four days after he was carted off the field after colliding with a teammate, Cardinals rookie Stephen Piscotty joined his teammates for batting practice Friday. He could be used in the lineup this weekend and said he is cleared to play.


Teheran, Castro lead Braves past Cardinals

Julio Teheran pitched six strong innings, Daniel Castro drove in two runs and the Atlanta Braves beat the NL Central champion St. Louis Cardinals 4-0 on Friday night.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25312th
On Base Percentage.32113th
Slugging Percentage.39423rd
Earned Run Average2.941st
Quality Starts1061st

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