Gerald Laird

Gerald Laird, Getty/Leon Halip

Former Cardinal Laird Ejected From Tigers Game

Catcher and his manager, Jim Leyland, thrown out of Sunday’s game after close play at first.


Catcher Gerald Laird throws the baseball over Albert Pujols in an effort to get Milwaukee's Nyjer Morgan at first base on August 9, 2011.  UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Cards Lose Gerald Laird

Veteran backstop signs with Detroit for $1 million


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Redbirds Finished Off 9-4

The Cardinals were outscored 24-7 in the Dodgers’ first three-game sweep in St. Louis since Aug. 20-22, 1993, and have dropped seven of nine overall.


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Berkman May Pinch-Hit, Punto Goes on DL

Cards say Gerald Laird and Tony Cruz suffered lesser injuries Thursday night, and won’t be placed on disabled list.


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Astros Get To Garcia, End Up Splitting Series

Jaime Garcia, who entered the game with an NL-best home record of 6-1, gave up four earned runs in six innings.


St. Louis Cardinals catcher Gerald Laird lays on the ground in pain after scoring on a Corey Patterson double in the second inning against the Houston Astros at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on July 28, 2011.  Laird left the game.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Laird, Punto Injured

Cardinals bench players hurt Thursday night while starting against Houston.


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LaRussa Takes Blame For Lineup Goof

Cards manager admits he had Molina on card Friday night, but wanted Laird at catcher.


P.J. Walters in 2011 Spring Training action (Getty/Marc Serota)

Cardinals Activate Laird, Call Up PJ Walters

The Cardinals designated pitcher Bryan Augenstein for assignment and they optioned first baseman Mark Hamilton and pitcher Brandon Dickson to Memphis.


Albert Pujols

Cardinals Moves and a Question of Health

Albert Pujols snapped his home run drought with a solo shot on Monday night. The streak lasted 105 at-bats in 27 games.


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McClellan, Cards Mow Down Astros for Another Sweep

The Cardinals move back into first place in the NL Central, a half-game over the Cincinnati Reds.



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