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During his weekly chat with St. Louis sports fans, Jeff Gordon also talks Blues and Cardinals roster moves and a hot seat in Columbia, Mo.
'As players, we want to put the best product on the field, the best version of the game we can,' said former Cardinals reliever Andrew Miller.
In today’s 10 a.m. video, columnist Ben Hochman answers your questions on topics including Cardinals free agency, the Mizzou Tigers’ embarrass…
If this lockout had anything to do with improving things for the fans, the issues they care about would be getting mentioned.
Sports columnist Ben Frederickson and Jeff Gordon discuss baseball's shuttering and what the Cardinals have left to accomplish when business resumes.
Owners vote to lock out players after an agreement on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement could not be reached by Wednesday. Moves, meetings freeze.
NEW YORK (AP) — Before getting locked out, players loaded up Wednesday as big league teams unlocked their coffers for an unprecedented spending spree.
With the Hot Stove League shut down, fans clamoring for fresh baseball news are out of luck. We may not have any significant developments to d…
Today's sports world is changing fast, and MLB needs to keep up.
In today’s 10 a.m. video, columnist Ben Hochman shares his thoughts on Tyler O’Neill’s chances to make Cardinals 40-20 history in 2022 (Fernan…
MLB teams raced to finish up business before baseball's collective bargaining agreement expires Wednesday.
Check out the highlights of Ben Frederickson's weekly chat with St. Louis sports fans.
Flaherty, O'Neill, Gallegos, Bader all likely to get big raises.
In today’s 10 a.m. video, columnist Ben Hochman breaks down Max Scherzer’s money … and the Mets’ mindset. And, as always, Hochman picks a rand…
Lefty signs a four-year, $44-million deal that installs him as part of Cardinals' rotation.
Check out the highlights from our weekly chat with Cardinals fans.
The Cardinals weren't going to spent $43.3 million per year on a pitcher with heavy mileage on his arm and shoulder. Max Scherzer was a much b…
The Texas Rangers are still at it. And in a big way.
Max Scherzer has shattered baseball's record for highest average salary.
Mariners finally joined Major League Baseball’s free-agent frenzy of the past three days, Monday afternoon, by adding the reigning American Le…