The Cardinals blew a three-run lead in the ninth inning before Matt Carpenter hit a home run off Craig Kimbrel in the 10th to give the Cardinals the win in the series opener Thursday night at Wrigley Field. […]
Special Edition Cardinals Rewind Show: Feature on Tommy Edman by Rob Rains filed today (Wed.) before the game: CLICK HERE Game Report: Wednesday’s Game Report: Cardinals 5, Nationals 1: CLICK HERE Post-Game Interviews:
Update: According to someone who was at the golf tournament, Whitey Herzog was having a good time walking around taking pictures of the players when he seemed to get overheated. He left the tournament for […]
As postseason play approaches, tickets for potential Cardinals Wild Card and Division Series games will go on sale Thursday, September 19, at noon CT. Based on the final standings, the Cardinals could host the National […]
In recognition of its significant place in Olympic history, Washington University’s Francis Field is being renamed “Francis Olympic Field.” The renaming of the venue will be celebrated at a ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 21. The […]
There is always a lot to do in and around the St. Louis area. Here are a few things we found and put together. The Cardinals are out of town this weekend. Next homestand: Sept. […]
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SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 2019
-Yadier Molina and Paul DeJong homered on the first two pitches from Craig Kimbrel in the ninth inning tpdau tp rally the Cardinals to a 9-8 win over the Cubs on a crazy day at Wrigley Field. There were six lead changes in the game, two bases loaded walks, a win going to a pitcher who threw only two pitches and a balk which negated a strikeout, one pitch before the batter, Tony Kemp, hit a home run. It was the longest nine-inning game in Cardinals history, 4 hours, 24 minutes.
- The win reduced the Cardinals magic number for clinching the NL Central for the first time since 2015 to five. The Cubs would be eliminated with either one more Cardinals win or one Cubs loss.
- The Missouri Tigers scored two defensive touchdowns, on a fumble recovery and an interception return, and Kelly Bryant passed for two more scores as they opened SEC play with a 34-14 win today over South Carolina in Columbia.
- The Blues play their first home game of the preseason on Sunday, hosting Columbus.