MLB Ends 4-Pitch Intentional Walks, Moves to Dugout SignalA signal will come from the dugout, and the home plate umpire will then direct the batter to first base.
MLB to Push Forward With Process for Rule ChangesChanges are being considered to the strike zone, installation of pitch clocks and limits on trips to the pitcher's mound.
Springfield's Lincoln Museum to Showcase Cards-Cubs Rivalry"Cubs vs. Cardinals: The Rivalry'' opens March 24 & was developed with the help of both teams, and the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Rick Ankiel Drank Vodka Before Starts to Tame Anxiety"Feeling the pressure of all that, right before the game, I get a bottle of vodka," Ankiel says he drank before multiple starts, the season after his infamous meltdown in the 2000 MLB playoffs.
Cards Pitcher Alex Reyes Recovering from Tommy John Surgery St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Alex Reyes appears to be doing great after the required surgery on his elbow.
What's On Second? Minors to Experiment With New Extra Innings RuleMLB expected to test a new extra innings format, in which the 10th inning will begin with a runner on second base.
Breaking: MLB Hands Down Punishment in Cardinals Hacking CaseThe punishment is a result of the 2014 hacking scandal involving former Cardinals scouting director Christopher Correa.
Caught Napping: Baseball Hitting, Pitching Sapped by Jet LagTravelers know jet lag is no fun, and now it appears even major league baseball players can suffer from its effects.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Cardinals Winter Warm-UpFor 21 years Cardinals Care's biggest event has raised millions of dollars and has used it to positively impact the St. Louis community.
Cloud of Steroids Hovers Above Hall of Fame VotingPeter Gammons of the MLB Network, who joined the BBWAA in 1972, voted for Bonds and Clemens for the first time.
Memphis Redbirds Rebranded Logo, Jerseys 'To Capture Soul of City'The primary logo replicates that of a neon street sign, quickly calling to mind Memphis’ iconic Beale Street, located just a few blocks from the ballpark.
Report: MLB to ban smokeless tobacco for new playersSeveral media outlets are reporting one of the changes in Major League Baseball's new collective bargaining agreement will be a ban on smokeless tobacco for all new players.

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