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  • Lynn looks for ninth straight quality start
    The Padres and Cardinals open a three-game series at Busch Stadium on Tuesday following an off-day for both teams. Clayton Richard will take the mound for San Diego and face off against Lance Lynn.
  • Martinez joins Pujols' mission, hosts golf tourney
    Carlos Martinez has been following Albert Pujols on and off the field since he was a child growing up in the Dominic Republic. On Monday, he was able to assist the future Hall of Famer by hosting the Pujols Family Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic at Meadowbrook Country Club.
  • History 'n' the shaking: Cards-Bucs, Bravo!
    A crowd of Little Leaguers experienced memories of a lifetime as they watched the Pirates defeat the Cardinals in the first MLB Little League Classic in Williamsport.
  • Cards seize rare opportunity in Williamsport
    The uniqueness of the game, the setting and the day's events that led up to Sunday night's Little League Classic against the Pirates were perhaps best captured in the final moments, when, after a 6-3 loss, the Cardinals didn't retreat to the historic Bowman Field's clubhouse but rather lined up and shook hands with the Bucs players.
  • Cards relish time with Little Leaguers
    Before the Cardinals settled into the clubhouse at historic Bowman Field for Sunday's Little League Classic against the Pirates, they spent the morning interacting with the other teams of baseball players in town -- the young LLWS participants.
  • Piscotty remains with Cards; Voit optioned
    Permitted to add a 26th man to the roster for Sunday's Little League Classic because of the unique mid-series travel involved, the Cardinals summoned outfielder Stephen Piscotty back from Triple-A Memphis. But the Cards kept the 26-year-old on the roster, and in a corresponding move, they optioned first baseman Luke Voit to Triple-A Memphis on Monday.
  • Gyorko homers, but Cards drop LL Classic
    The Pirates and Cardinals spent most of Sunday afternoon serving as honored guests and humbled fans, taking in all the sights and sounds the Little League World Series has to offer. But while the day was dedicated to Little Leaguers, the big leaguers took center stage Sunday night as the Bucs beat the Cards, 6-3, in the inaugural MLB Little League Classic at historic Bowman Field.
  • 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's Prospect Watch.
  • Pham orders 200 snow cones at LLWS
    Pham orders 200 snow cones at LLWS
  • Starting Pictures: MLB Little League Classic
    The Pirates and Cardinals landed in Williamsport, Pa., and visited with Little Leaguers before their game at Bowman Field.
  • Cards and Bucs shake hands a la LLWS
    Cards and Bucs shake hands a la LLWS
  • Little wonder: Classic unites kids of all ages
    Though it culminated with the handshake line that formed on the field after the Pirates' 6-3 win over the Cardinals in an incredibly intimate setting, this was a daylong outreach effort that went even better than expected.
  • Kangaroo-jack: Cards swipe Aussie's mascot
    First came the Rally Squirrel. Then came this year's Rally Cat. But now, St. Louis has taken the Australian Little League's blow-up kangaroo as the team's new good-luck mascot.
  • Pham has special helpers customize his spikes
    Instead of designing his own cleats for Players Weekend, Cardinals outfielder Tommy Pham gave one plain white pair to his 7-year-old nephew, Clayton, and sent another pair to St. Louis Children's Hospital, where two young cancer patients did a custom design of their own.
  • Cards unveiled a stirrup sock-inspired bat
    Cards unveiled a stirrup sock-inspired bat
  • Matheny hopes LL Classic fosters 'passion'
    The story of how close his Little League team from Reynoldsburg, Ohio, came to qualifying for the Little League World Series many years ago is one that Mike Matheny has enjoyed retelling several times leading up to Sunday's Little League Classic between the Cardinals and Pirates.
  • Umpire Davis does double duty in Williamsport
    For veteran umpire Gerry Davis, umpiring a game at the Little League World Series on Sunday brought him back to the beginning of his 35-season career.
  • Cards' late homers not enough after rain delay
    Both Chad Kuhl and Michael Wacha picked up where they left off after a nearly two-hour rain delay early Saturday afternoon. While Wacha struggled on the other side of the break, Kuhl seemingly only got stronger. Kuhl pitched five strong innings and the Bucs beat up on Wacha in the second, rolling to a 6-4 win at PNC Park.
  • Cards optimistic Wainwright's season not over
    After receiving the results of Adam Wainwright's exam with team physician Dr. George Paletta on Friday, president of baseball operations John Mozeliak said the Cardinals are "definitely optimistic" that the 35-year-old right-hander will pitch for the Cardinals again this year.
  • 'Tsunami' excited to don Players Weekend gear
    Making waves is something Carlos Martinez has done since he started playing professional baseball, which makes his "Tsunami" nickname fitting.
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