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Josh Rosen lacks rhythm in Cardinals Victory Over Chargers

There was an outsized focus on Josh Rosen's individual progress that led to his debut in the preseason, but if Saturday had proven anything, it was that football is still a team game. The Cardinals' rookie quarterback scored bad numbers on 24-17 win over the Chargers, but some were due to disagreements around him. Center Daniel Munyer struggled to snatch …

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Cardinals claim that SP Tyson Ross is reluctant | MLB

The Cardinals announced on Sunday that they would abandon take-off pitcher Tyson Ross from the release and that he would join the team on their way to the Marlins. The #STLCards announced today that they did have claimed RHP Tyson Ross from waivers by San Diego. He will join the team in Miami. The former National League all-star was 6-9 …

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The Cardinals swap Outfielder Tommy Pham for the Rays

The Trade-Dead-Frenzy has officially started. According to Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports, the St. Louis Cardinals have traded outfielder Tommy Pham for the Tampa Bay Rays. Source: Tommy Pham was sold to the Rays. – Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) 31. July 2018 If you're wondering if Chris Archer, the Rays largest trading chip, is included in this deal, you're not surprised …

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Cardinals sweep away from Cubs | | St. Louis Cardinals

This statement, which the Cardinals sought, the state they wanted to make to substantiate their claims, reveal their improvement and an iron grip on an ascending trajectory, slipped from their fingers late on Sunday night. A tight The sharp game the Cardinals have won lately was eased in the fifth inning when Yairo Munoz brought a ground-based game to Second …

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Ozunas Grand Slam passes Cardinals past Cubs 6-2

St. Marcell Ozuna of Louis Cardinals, on the right, throws his bat aside as he sees his grand slam, while Chicago Cubs catcher Willson Contreras, left, on the plate during the first innings of a baseball game Saturday, July 28, 2018, in St. Louis stands . (Jeff Roberson / Associated Press) by Joe Harris | AP 28. July at 7:06 …

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Cardinals overtake bullpen by promoting Hudson and Poncedeleon, cutting Holland, Lyon | Cardinal Beat

The cardinals began reconstructing their bullpen on Friday by designating Greg Holland, right-wing right-wing right-hander, who should be close to them, and the esteemed right-handed Dakota Hudson of Memphis. The team announced the move on Friday afternoon in the midst of a flood of transactions that redesigned the Bullpen one afternoon. In addition to Holland's appointment for the task, the …

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Greg Holland is said to have been released from the Cardinals on Friday

Greg Holland is said to have been released from Cardinals on Friday The St. Louis Cardinals will dismiss veteran reliever Greg Holland, reports Jon Morosi of MLB.com . What it means: Holland posted an ugly 7.92 ERA over 32 inserts for the Cardinals. After the season, he is 33 years old. Holland scored an average of 2.3 FanDuel points per …

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Fowlers Homer gathers Cardinals over Reds 4-2 in 11 innings

by Joe Kay | AP 24. July at 11:47 am CINCINNATI – Austin Gomber was ready to start the seventh, still working on a no-hitter when a siren sounded and lights began to flash. The fire alarm of the Great American Ball Park had failed. This was a new one for the Cardinals' rookie left-hander who had an unexpected 7-minute, …

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Poncedeleon dazzles in debut, but Reds rally past cardinals

CINCINNATI (AP) St. Louis starter Daniel Poncedeleon made a sensational debut 14 months after suffering a serious head injury, throwing no defeated ball for seven innings on Monday night before Eugenio Suarez led the Cincinnati Reds two-rally in ninth for one 2: 1 victory over the Cardinals. Suarez's double-solo homer of Bud Norris (3: 3) separated the 1: 1. He …

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