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  • Wacha in the park: Righty masterful vs. Reds
    Cardinals right-hander Michael Wacha continued his dominance of the Reds with 6 2/3 strong innings to help St. Louis to a 4-2 win on Friday night at Busch Stadium. Wacha improved to 10-1 lifetime in 16 starts against Cincinnati. Yadier Molina had a two-run double in the first inning to highlight a three-run outburst for the Cardinals, who have won six of seven.
  • Callup O'Neill soaking in big league experience
    When outfielder Tyler O'Neill was informed that he was going to be called up by the Cardinals on Wednesday, the first person he notified was his mother, Marilyn. The phone call was a brief one. O'Neill barely finished his first sentence when mom broke out in tears.
  • Cards turn to ace Martinez in matinee vs. Reds
    Carlos Martinez (2-1, 1.75) will make his fifth start of the season Saturday vs. the Reds at 1:15 p.m. CT. He threw seven scoreless innings in a 3-2 win over Cincinnati in his last start and is 7-3 with a 3.45 ERA lifetime against Cincy. The seven wins are the most against any team in the Majors. Homer Bailey gets the start for the Reds.
  • Weaver struggles as Cards' streak snapped
    The Cardinals moved Luke Weaver up to start Thursday's series finale against the Cubs, due in no small part to Michael Wacha's career struggles at Wrigley Field. The Friendly Confines weren't too friendly to Weaver, either, in an 8-5 defeat that snapped St. Louis' win streak at five games.
  • Oviedo among top prospect performers
    Cardinals right-hander Johan Oviedo was among top prospect performers on Friday.
  • Highly ranked prospect O'Neill joins Cardinals
    Tyler O'Neill's scorching-hot start to 2018 has him making his way to the big leagues. The Cardinals promoted O'Neill, the Cards' No. 4 prospect per MLB Pipeline, prior to Thursday's makeup game against the Cubs at Wrigley Field.
  • Flaherty among top prospect performers
    Cardinals right-hander Jack Flaherty was among top prospect performers on Thursday.
  • 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 MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
  • Cardinals exercising caution with Pham
    Tommy Pham passed a variety of tests on his tight right groin Wednesday at Wrigley Field after the finale of this series between the Cardinals and Cubs was pushed back a day. But he wasn't in the starting lineup for Thursday's makeup game after starting each of the Cardinals' first 17 contests.
  • Checking in on NL Central new guys: Ozuna
    There are new faces all around the National League Central in 2018. Let's take a spin around the division and check out the new guys.
  • Inbox: Evaluating Holland's early struggles
    With the Cardinals and Cubs postponed for the second time in three days, now is as good a time as any to tackle your most pressing Cardinals questions. In this edition of the Inbox, fans inquire about Greg Holland, Kolten Wong, Jack Flaherty and Luke Voit.
  • Carp ensures 1st round of rivalry won by Cards
    Matt Carpenter's three RBIs proved to be the difference as the 116th year of play between the Cardinals and Cubs began on a frigid night at Wrigley Field. Carpenter's RBI double opened the scoring in the second, and his two-run single in the eighth provided St. Louis much-needed insurance in a 5-3 win.
  • 5 cool things about Cards callup O'Neill
    Five cool things about Cards callup O'Neill
  • Holland's struggles open door for Norris
    The Cardinals are calling what Greg Holland is going through a "Spring Training phase." Meanwhile, Bud Norris appears to be in midseason form.
  • Matheny says rotation swap is strategic
    The Cardinals made the choice following Monday's postponement to switch their starting pitching plans for the final game of this truncated series, swapping Luke Weaver and Michael Wacha in the rotation.
  • O'Neill leads outburst by Cardinals prospects
    Few hitters in professional baseball are having a better start to the season than Cardinals No. 4 prospect Tyler O'Neill, who highlighted an offensive outburst by St. Louis Minor Leaguers on Monday afternoon.
  • Gyorko, Gregerson activated, join Cardinals
    Two injured veterans have returned to the Cardinals, one in the infield and another in the bullpen. Infielder Jedd Gyorko and reliever Luke Gregerson both rejoined the club Monday in Chicago.
  • C-Mart dominant with 11 K's; Cards sweep Reds
    Carlon Martinez's 11 strikeouts highlighted a 3-2 win over the Reds that capped a four-game sweep and sent St. Louis to Chicago on a bit of a roll headed into its first series of the year against the Cubs.
  • Cards, Reds celebrate Jackie Robinson Day
    As Reds and Cardinals players arrived at Great American Ball Park on Sunday, the jerseys with that now hallowed number were hanging at the lockers.
  • O'Neill slugs way to Pipeline Team of the Week
    MLB Pipeline's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the first 11 days of the Minor League season. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible.
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