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12/15/2014 | Streaking Valera highlights week in winter ball

As Major League Baseball's annual Winter Meetings stoked the hot stove last week, winter ball action continued throughout Latin America. As usual, several top prospects took center stage.


12/15/2014 | Marmol finds calling bringing game to foreign land

The biggest game of Oliver Marmol's season came not in front of the 3,000 folks packed into Tri-City's Joseph L. Bruno Stadium for the short-season Class A New York-Penn League title game in early September, but rather on an unkempt lot in the high-poverty Nicaraguan town of Cristo Rey just a little more than two months later.


12/11/2014 | Roster set, Cards use Meetings to lay foundation for future

It wasn't all that long ago that the Cardinals found themselves under the brightest of Winter Meetings spotlights while they attempted to re-sign a franchise first baseman. The club has yet to come close to generating that sort of Winter Meetings interest since.


12/11/2014 | Cardinals sign slugging first baseman Reynolds

After a week of meeting with agents of available players who could fill the Cardinals' need to add a right-handed-hitting first baseman, the club has found a fit in Mark Reynolds.


12/11/2014 | 2014 Rule 5 Draft results

The final day of the Winter Meetings began with the annual Rule 5 Draft. Teams were only able to make a selection if it had space on its 40-man roster.


12/11/2014 | Cardinals shuffle Minor League coaching staffs

Five of the Cardinals' eight affiliates will feature a new manager in 2015, the organization revealed while announcing its Minor League coaching staff assignments on Wednesday. The faces, however, won't be as unfamiliar as the settings.


12/10/2014 | Cards are unbowed by division foes' busy Winter Meetings

While the Cardinals' brass appears ready to return to St. Louis with a roster unchanged during their Winter Meetings stay, the club can't say the same of its road to a third straight National League Central title, as division foes have improved mightily over the past few days.


12/10/2014 | NL Central looking like 5-team race

With the Cubs' signing of Jon Lester, the 2015 version of the National League Central can safely be projected as a five-team race. The Cardinals' track record and pedigree suggest that they should still be the favorites. But every other team can offer a valid argument on behalf of its own chances.


12/9/2014 | Matheny not concerned with lefty-heavy lineup

In a 30-minute session that jumped topics and discussion points with Cardinals manager Mike Matheny on Tuesday, one theme weaved throughout: It was all about the lefties.


12/9/2014 | Mozeliak meets with Lynn's agent at Winter Meetings

Though the Cardinals continue to enjoy an under-the-radar Winter Meetings visit to San Diego, it may end up that the most significant aspect of their stay will be the groundwork laid not for a future acquisition but for ensuring a future stay.


12/9/2014 | Cards weighing internal options for righty hitter at first

While acknowledging that Tuesday's Winter Meetings work gave him a better feel for which right-handed-hitting first baseman may be a fit for the Cardinals' roster hole, general manager John Mozeliak also shed light on some internal candidates that could potentially address the need.


12/8/2014 | Cards to let Martinez wear No. 18 to honor Taveras

General manager John Mozeliak confirmed that the Cardinals intend to allow Carlos Martinez to take a new uniform number -- 18 -- next season as a way for Martinez to honor Oscar Taveras.


12/8/2014 | With roster nearly set, Cards keeping low Meetings profile

The Cardinals arrived at the Winter Meetings this week in a seemingly enviable position, with the majority of their offseason work already wrapped up and their roster mostly built for 2015. It also positions the organization for an off-the-radar stay in San Diego.


12/8/2014 | Cards sponsor three auction items to benefit LUNGevity

For a third straight year, Major League Baseball's club public relations directors and their staffs have built a unique auction of baseball experiences to raise money for cancer research. This year the beneficiary is LUNGevity, the largest lung cancer-focused nonprofit foundation in the country.


12/8/2014 | No one elected to Hall of Fame by Golden Era Committee

No one was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Monday by the museum's Golden Era Committee. Tony Oliva and Dick Allen came the closest, each receiving 11 of 16 votes, one shy of the 75 percent needed for election.


12/7/2014 | Cards ready to begin Meetings in San Diego

Most of the Cardinals' contingent traveled west over the weekend. All will be ready to get back to work on Monday as baseball's annual Winter Meetings open in San Diego.


12/5/2014 | Mozeliak taking opportunistic approach to Meetings

Having already been active to address their most glaring needs, the Cardinals seem poised to enjoy a relatively quiet week ahead at the Winter Meetings in San Diego. General manager John Mozeliak continues to use the word "opportunistic" to describe the organization's ongoing offseason approach, an indication that the Cardinals will act if circumstances are right but not out of desperation.


12/4/2014 | Inbox: Could Neshek, Scherzer sign with Cards?

Fans questions include Trevor Rosenthal's future as closer, whether Pat Neshek will return and how the arbitration process works.


12/4/2014 | Former Cardinals pitcher McClellan retires

Kyle McClellan, a member of the Cardinals' 2011 World Series championship club, announced his retirement from professional baseball through a personal Facebook post Thursday following an unsuccessful attempt to return from shoulder surgery.


12/4/2014 | St. Louis columnist Burwell dies at 59

St. Louis lost one of its most prominent voices Thursday, when longtime sports columnist Bryan Burwell passed away in the early morning hours after a battle with cancer. Burwell was 59.


12/4/2014 | Prep shortstop Rodgers leads 2015 Draft class

Ten years after grabbing Justin Upton, the D-backs could follow a similar path in the 2015 First-Year Player Draft. Lake Mary (Fla.) High School shortstop Brendan Rodgers sits atop MLBPipeline.com's initial Draft Top 50 rankings, thanks to his three plus tools (bat, power, arm) complemented by two solid ones (speed, defense).


12/3/2014 | Cardinals willing to rework Lackey's reduced contract

Though the Cardinals have veteran starter John Lackey under contract for the 2015 season, general manager John Mozeliak said he plans to meet with Lackey's agent, Steve Hilliard, at next week's Winter Meetings to possibly discuss the good-faith gesture of restructuring Lackey's contract.


12/3/2014 | Carpenter leaves Cardinals' front office

Nearly 11 months after general manager John Mozeliak announced that Chris Carpenter would move into a front-office role with the Cardinals, Mozeliak confirmed that Carpenter will not be returning to the organization next season.


12/3/2014 | Cardinals to seek depth at Winter Meetings

The Cardinals have the ability to spend the upcoming Winter Meetings as opportunistic shoppers, but not ones desperate to act.


12/2/2014 | Cardinals announce 2015 promotional schedule

The Cardinals' 2015 promotional schedule, released on Tuesday, includes seven bobbleheads and several items to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the club's 1985 National League championship. Also highlighting the giveaway schedule are three replica rings and six replica jerseys.




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