Elliott hurt as Blues lose in shootout to Ottawa
Elliott hurt as Blues lose in shootout to Ottawa
The Blues blew a 2-0 third-period lead and lost 3-2 in a shootout to Ottawa Tuesday night at Scottrade Center, and might have lost goalie Brian Elliott to an injury.
Reynolds leads Billikens over North Carolina A&T
Reynolds leads Billikens over North Carolina A&T
Freshman guard Miles Reynolds scored 19 points to lead the Billikens to a 57-54 win over North Carolina A&T Tuesday night at Chaifetz Arena.
Late interception clinches Chargers win over Rams
Late interception clinches Chargers win over Rams
The Rams were in position to score a game-winning touchdown Sunday in San Diego but Shaun Hill was intercepted at the goal line, clinching the 27-24 win for the Chargers.
Cards hope Taveras death is lesson for others
Cards hope Taveras death is lesson for others
Alex Reyes was a close friend of Oscar Taveras, and he believes that his death can be used as a way to teach others about taking risks and the dangers of making bad decisions.
Cardinals set spring schedule, reporting dates
Cardinals set spring schedule, reporting dates
Pitchers and catchers will report to Jupiter, Fla., on Feb. 19 and the first full-squad workout for the Cardinals will be Feb. 25, with games beginning on March 5.
Missouri keeps SEC East title hopes alive
Missouri keeps SEC East title hopes alive
Bud Sasser celebrates after Missouri's 29-21 win at Tennessee on Saturday night. Maty Mauk passed for rwo touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
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Cardinals announce roster moves involving Robinson, Stanley, Butler

The St. Louis Cardinals announced several roster moves today, including the purchase of catcher Cody Stanley who has been added to the team’s 40-man Major League roster.

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Billikens improve to 2-0 as they rally to get win at Indiana State

The Saint Louis University Billikens rallied from a first-half deficit to defeat Indiana State 69-56 Tuesday night in Terre Haute, Ind,, improving to 2-0 on the season. 

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Game Report: Bruins 2, Blues 0

Tuukka Rask turned aside all 33 shots by the Blues in leading the Boston Bruins to a 2-0 win over the Blues Tuesday night in Boston, only the second loss for the Blues in their last 12 games. 

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Cardinals announce spring training schedule, reporting dates

The Cardinals will open the 2015 Spring Training season on March 5 against Miami at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Fla. The reporting date for pitchers and catchers Is Feb. 19 with the first full-squad workout set for Feb. 25. 

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Matheny could give up uniform number 22 to Jason Heyward

During a leadership speech Monday night in Cape Girardeau, Mo., Mike Matheny said he could be giving up his uniform number to Jason Heyward and also discussed the death of Oscar Taveras. 

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Audio: John Mozeliak on trade

To hear the interview with Cardinals General Manager John Mozeliak, click the audio player below.

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Audio: Jason Heyward, first day as a Cardinal

The St. Louis media got a chance to talk to Jason Heyward by phone today. Click the audio player to hear the interview.

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Jason Heyward excited about new opportunity with Cardinals

Jason Heyward used the word opportunity seven times during a 15-minute conference call with the St. Louis media on Monday after he was traded from the Braves to the Cardinals. 

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Deal sends Miller, Jenkins to Braves for Heyward, Walden

The Cardinals traded pitchers Shelby Miller and Tyrell Jenkins to the Atlanta Braves today for rightfielder Jason Heyward and pitcher Jordan Walden. 

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Road Trip to Cape Girardeau: Maybe it's time for a short getaway

St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny is the keynote speaker for the first annual Arrow Leadership and Success Summit at the Show Me Center on November 17 in Cape Girardeau, Mo. so it was a perfect time to take a road trip to Cape.

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Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

- Blues goalie Brian Elliott suffered a sprained right knee Tuesday night and the team said today his status is "week to week," He will be re-evaluated on Sunday. The team has recalled goalie Jordan Binnington from its Chicago affiliate of the AHL to serve as the backup for Jake Allen. The Blues also said that goalie Martin Brodeur will begin practicing with the team on Friday on a tryout basis. 

- Freshman guard Miles Reynolds scored a game-high 19 points, including 14 on free throws, to help Saint Louis University to a 57-54 win over North Carolina A&T Tuesday night at Chaifetz Arena.

- The Missouri Tigers salvaged one win out of their three-game trip to Hawaii, defeating host Chaminad 74-60 today. Guard Namon Wright led the Tigers with 21 points while Montagne Gill-Caesar added 18.

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