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Latest The Cardinals Items
Monday, Nov. 7
Quarterback Sam Bradford was active in practice Friday for the St. Louis Rams, who have listed him as questionable for Sunday's game at Arizona.
Former St. Louis catcher Mike Matheny is the third person to interview for the Cardinals' managerial opening since Tony La Russa retired following the team's World Series championship.
Bob Forsch, the only pitcher in St. Louis Cardinals history to throw two no-hitters, has died. He was 61.
A thrilling, seven-game conclusion to the World Series between St. Louis and Texas turned baseball's annual championship into a winner for Fox.
No lead is safe in the NFL this year, especially if a bad team is holding it against a good team. Sunday's rally by the Ravens (the good team) to beat the Cardinals (the bad team) is proof.
Shocking wins have become a matter of course in St. Louis.
Chris Carpenter, Tony La Russa and the World Series champion Cardinals drew huge cheers Sunday at the NFL game between the St. Louis Rams and New Orleans Saints.
The Cardinals took Chris Carpenter at his word. Their ace did not let them down.