Miller returns, and leads Canucks over Blues
Miller returns, and leads Canucks over Blues
Ryan Miller was back in town for his first game against the Blues Thursday night, stopping 31 of 32 shots to lead the Canucks to a 4-1 win over his former team.
Coleman wants to come home, work for Cardinals
Coleman wants to come home, work for Cardinals
Former Cardinal outfielder Vince Coleman wants to come back home and work for the organization as a minor-league coach and instructor.
Molina, Wainwright finalists for Gold Glove awards
Molina, Wainwright finalists for Gold Glove awards
The Cardinals' Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright were named finalists for the NL Gold Glove awards on Thursday. The winners will be announced on Nov. 4.
Watching Royals in World Series fun for scout
Watching Royals in World Series fun for scout
He lives in St. Louis and works for the Reds, but scout Marty Maier is enjoying watching the Royals in the World Series where he drafted Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas.
Cardinals betting Taveras will be better next year
Cardinals betting Taveras will be better next year
Mike Matheny and John Mozeliak think the Cardinals can improve in right field next year and that they already have the player on the team who can make that happen - Oscar Taveras.
Loss to Giants raises questions for Cardinals
Loss to Giants raises questions for Cardinals
The sting of how the Cardinals lost the NLCS will linger, but of more importance is how the organization addresses questions which were raised during the series.
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Ryan Miller returns - and plays the way Blues expected last year

Ryan Miller was back in town for his first game against the Blues Thursday night, stopping 31 of 32 shots to lead the Canucks to a 4-1 win over his former team at Scottrade Center. 

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Blues Audio: Hitchcock, Backes, Shattenkirk

To hear interview from Thursday's Blues game click on the audio players.

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College Special Teams Coach Talks About Rams Trick Play Punt Return

There was a lot of talk around the NFL this week about the Rams crazy punt return against the Seattle Seahawks. The discussion even went into the college ranks.

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David Backes and Barret Jackman help Stray Rescue's "Puppies for Parole" program

David Backes and his wife, Kelly, run the non profit organization, Athletes for Animals. The organization has provided a grant for Stray Rescue's "Puppies for Parole program,"

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Molina, Wainwright named finalists for NL Gold Glove awards

The Cardinals' Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright were named finalists for the NL Gold Glove awards on Thursday. The winners will be announced in a televised ceremony on Nov. 4. 

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Vince Coleman wants to come back home and work for Cardinals

Vince Coleman would like to come back home and work for the Cardinals again as a minor-league coach and instructor, bringing closure to the biggest regret of his life, leaving the Cardinals as a free agent in 1990. 

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Watching players he helped draft with Royals fun for veteran scout

He lives in St. Louis and works for the Reds, but scout Marty Maier is enjoying watching the Royals in the World Series. He drafted some of the team's stars such as Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas. 

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Wide receiver Austin Pettis released to free up roster spot

The Rams released wide receiver Austin Pettis on Monday, with coach Jeff Fisher saying the move was necessary to free up a roster spot for another position. 

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Cards betting off-season will make Taveras more productive in 2015

Mike Matheny and John Mozeliak say right field is one position where the Cardinals can improve next year and they believe they already have the player on the team who can make that happen - Oscar Taveras. 

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Game Report: Ducks 3, Blues 0

The Blues closed out a three-game road trip with a 3-0 loss to the Ducks Sunday night in Anaheim. The Blues were shut out in two of their three games, also losing 1-0 in a shootout to the LA Kings. 

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- Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright were named Thursday as finalists for the NL Gold Glove awards, presented by Rawlings. Both won the awards at their respective positions last year and Molina has been the NL's Gold Glove catcher for the last six years. They were the only Cardinals named among the three finalists at each positions. The winners will be announced on Nov. 4.

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