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  • Triple-H's hit triple digits, wow Cards mates
    The results on the back fields, the spring thinking goes, hardly matter. The impressions, though, the takeaways, could go a long way toward shaping a season. Take Tuesday, for example, when Cardinals pitchers faced hitters for the first time in live batting practice.
  • Wong takes yoga hoping to stay healthy in '18
    Kolten Wong has played 150 games just once in his six big league seasons, but the Cardinals second baseman hopes the addition of yoga to his regimen will help him stay healthy in 2018.
  • All clubs to don Douglas caps for ST openers
    All 30 Major League teams will wear Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School baseball caps before their Spring Training games this weekend to show support for the Parkland, Fla., community and the Stoneman Douglas student body after the tragic shooting at the school on Feb. 14.
  • Matheny's address receives glowing reviews
    Manager Mike Matheny rarely discloses details of his message, and few leaked out of the 45-minute closed-door session hosted Monday. But historically, Matheny tends to use his early-season edict to outline expectations and reinforce tradition.
  • Flaherty to start Cardinals' Grapefruit opener
    The Cardinals will tab rookie right-hander Jack Flaherty to start their Grapefruit League opener Friday against the Marlins.
  • Hall of Famer Cepeda hospitalized in Bay Area
    Giants legend and Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda was rushed to a Bay Area hospital on Monday night.
  • Cardinals reunite with Motte on Minors deal
    The Cardinals' continued search for bullpen help led them to an old friend as the club officially agreed to terms on a Minor League deal with right-hander Jason Motte on Monday.
  • Cardinals' Top 30 prospects list
    Who do the Cardinals have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for St. Louis' Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
  • MLB announces pace of play initiatives for '18
    Major League Baseball will implement new pace of play rules for the 2018 season, Commissioner Rob Manfred announced Monday, but there will be no pitch clock this season.
  • Pham motivated to reach high expectations
    After spring after spring of saying differently, Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mozeliak approached Tommy Pham this week with an unfamiliar message. "Mo said I'm on the team this year," quipped Pham, sitting in the shade Sunday, after arriving in camp for good.
  • Versatile Carpenter dealing with back tightness
    With tightness in his back, Cardinals infielder Matt Carpenter won't be moving around the infield a whole lot, especially at the beginning of Spring Training, which starts in earnest for position players Monday.
  • Ozuna on Fernandez: I 'keep him in my heart'
    Marcell Ozuna pushed open the doors of his new clubhouse Saturday, and with it, walked into a new future with St. Louis. Still, he couldn't help talk about the past. The wounds it left are still too tender, the painful tug of it too strong, especially back at the spring complex he once shared with Jose Fernandez.
  • Reinvented Lyons a late-inning candidate
    Cardinals brass knows their late-inning solutions may come from within. On that front, the club is already keeping a close eye on Tyler Lyons, who quietly reinvented himself into an exceptional reliever in 2017.
  • Mozeliak: 'We were pretty active' this offseason
    The 2018 Cardinals' roster will have some significant changes from the previous season.
  • Revisiting Edmonds' magical NLCS moments
    Revisiting Edmonds' magical NLCS moments
  • Fowler preparing for shift to right field
    Signed ahead of last season to serve as the Cardinals' center fielder, Dexter Fowler is ready to move to right at the behest of the team.
  • No day but today as Waino preps for '18
    There were dire days last year, Adam Wainwright admits now, when he considered hanging it up. Sure, the most celebrated Cardinals pitcher in recent memory was under contract through that season and the next. But his fastball felt less fierce. His curve became less compliant. Coming off his least-effective season to date, Wainwright had a 6.12 ERA through April. And the famed competitor in him couldn't bear it.
  • Brebbia bringing levity, smarts to Cards' camp
    Whether he's providing an in-depth explanation of tea or engaging in a lengthy conversation on the intricacies of growing grapes for wine, Cardinals reliever John Brebbia is good to have around in the clubhouse.
  • Plenty of questions as pitchers begin camp
    Cardinals pitchers and catchers underwent their annual physicals at the club's Spring Training complex Wednesday before spiking up and heading to the backfields, where the first official workout of 2018 camp commenced.
  • 'Flattered' Maddux ready to boost staff
    Over a professional baseball life that spans more than three decades, Mike Maddux has worn 13 different uniforms as a player and coach. All the while, he admired the reputation and tradition of the Cardinals organization -- from afar. And Cardinals' executives long admired Maddux, who owns one of the most extensive pitching coach resumes in the game.
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