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2017 Schedule
9-10, 3rd in NL Cent
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7hMark Saxon

Have the Cardinals finally found their way?

St. Louis has traded its place in the basement for a spot in the middle of the pack, but that doesn't mean all of the Cards' issues are in the past.

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BBTN: Ankiel On The Yips, Revitalizing Career

Buster Olney talks to former big leaguer Rick Ankiel about dealing with the yips, how he revitalized his career in the outfield, speaking with other athletes and more.

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Cardinals rise in Week 3 Power Rankings

The Cardinals are well on their way toward shaking off their slow start. St. Louis swept the Pirates, took three out of four from the Brewers, and got improved hitting in that stretch.

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Leake's 2-run single puts Cardinals up for good (0:21)

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Adam Wainwright was a new man in Friday night's 6-3 win over the Brewers. He gave up no runs, and cut his ERA from his first three starts in half.

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BBTN: Buy, sell or hold on early season trends?

Buster Olney, Karl Ravech and Justin Havens play "Buy, Sell or Hold" on the early season trends with players like Eric Thames, Jose Bautista, Dexter Fowler and Ryan Zimmerman. Plus, some "Inside Heat" on the Orioles from Roch Kubatko and on the Royals from Rustin Dodd.

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Travis Shaw's career-long 465-foot blast Thursday ties Kris Bryant for the farthest homer hit this season. Wil Myers' 439-foot shot was his second-longest at Petco, while Ryan Zimmerman's 431-footer was his longest since August 2015. Matt Carpenter and Neil Walker round out the list.

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When will the Cardinals' offense rise?

To what extent will the Cardinals get production from their offense? Miklasz discusses the Cardinals' problem spots & issues he has with Dexter Fowler's performance thus far.

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Better late than never for Cardinals CF Dexter Fowler, who hit his first two home runs as a Redbird on Wednesday afternoon. The solo shots both came off Pirates RHP Gerrit Cole and accounted for St. Louis' 2-1 win.

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The Cardinals completed the oddity of sweeping the Pittsburgh Pirates in a three-game series with all the games by the score of 2-1. Dexter Fowler provided all the offense with solo home runs off Gerrit Cole, Michael Wacha pitched 6 2/3 strong innings and Trevor Rosenthal filled in for closer Seung Hwan Oh for his first save of 2017.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs69Tied-24th
Batting Average.23123rd
On Base Percentage.30521st
Slugging Percentage.37322nd
Earned Run Average4.0919th
Quality Starts10Tied-8th
WHIP1.3726th
BAA.25724th

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