Jaime García gave up two two-out home runs and the Cardinals lost 7-4 to the A’s on Sunday to finish interleague play a dismal 8-12.
Seung-hwan Oh let two inherited runners score in the eighth inning, as the A’s came back to beat the Cardinals 3-2 last night.
Alejandro De Aza homered and drove in five runs Thursday as the Mets beat the Cardinals 10-6.
Wilmer Flores hit a three-run homer Tuesday as the New York Mets beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 7-4.
Phillies starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson turned in an respectable seven innings Saturday night as Philadelphia beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 4-2.
The St. Louis Cardinals followed last night’s loss by walk-off walk by getting obliterated in today’s day game. The Chicago Cubs won in a rout, 13-2.
The St. Louis Cardinals utterly humiliated themselves at Wrigley Field Thursday as the Chicago Cubs won in extra innings, 4-3.
The Cincinnati Reds broke open an eighth-inning tie Tuesday as they defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 7-4.
Last night, the Cincinnati Reds had a 4-0 lead against the St. Louis Cardinals with two outs in the bottom of the ninth. They lost on a walk-off hit-by-pitch.
The Atlanta Braves scored six runs in the first two innings Sunday as they defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 6-3.
The lowly Atlanta Braves earned their 40th win of the season Saturday as they drubbed the St. Louis Cardinals, 13-5.
Mike Leake endured a rough start Thursday as the Cincinnati Reds blanked the St. Louis Cardinals, 7-0.
Outfielder Scott Schebler obliterated a baseball for a three-run walk-off home run, giving the Cincinnati Reds a 7-5 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals Tuesday.
Derek Dietrich’s triple drove in Adeiny Hechavarria and gave the Miami Marlins a walk-off win Sunday as they topped the St. Louis Cardinals, 5-4.
Christian Yelich and Jeff Mathis combined for six hits and four RBI as the Marlins crushed St. Louis last night in Miami 11-0 in a battle between National League wild card contenders.
Bartolo Colón stymied Cardinals hitters with eight strikeouts over seven innings of one-run ball Tuesday as the New York Mets beat St. Louis, 3-1.
Right-hander Mike Mayers got stomped in his major league debut Sunday as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 9-6.
The Los Angeles Dodgers teed off on starter Mike Leake Saturday as they defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 7-2.
During a sixth-inning rally against the San Diego, Matt Holliday caught a 95 MPH fastball from Andrew Cashner right in the nose. He immediately fell to the ground, and Mike Matheny leapt from the dugout. As you can see in the slow motion shot here, his nose looks worryingly elastic when it gets plowed into.
Chris Correa, the former St. Louis Cardinals scouting director who illegally accessed the Houston Astros database known as Ground Control, was sentenced to 46 months in prison today in Houston federal court.