Cards Promote Asst. GM Girsch to GM, Mozeliak to President of Baseball OperationsThe Cardinals called a 2 p.m. press conference to announce the front office changes.
Cardinals Announce Multiple Changes Within OrganizationCardinals General Manager John Mozeliak made the announcement during a news conference at Busch Stadium.
Mozeliak: Cardinals Not Desperate For Impact BatBoth general manager John Mozeliak and manager Mike Matheny are waiting for star-quality players already on the roster get hot.
Questions Remain for Cardinals' Defense After Offseason Focus of 'Being More Athletic'General manager John Mozeliak and manager Mike Matheny were both asked about how urgent the need is to turn around a rocky start to the season.
Cardinals' Wong Focused on Earning Way Out of Platoon RoleCardinals are trying to balance their desire for Wong to assert himself as the long-term answer at second base, while acknowledging how well Gyorko played last season.
Yadi Homers As Reports of Him Resigning With Cardinals BreaksGM John Mozeliak said: "We're optimistic. We're hopeful, but it's not complete yet.'' Yadier Molina said: "It's my main goal to stay here."
KMOX Profiles: John MozeliakJohn Mozeliak, St. Louis Cardinals General Manager, profiled by Mike Claiborne
UPDATE: Cards Lose Alex Reyes for 2017 to Tommy John SurgeryWhen the 22-year-old pitcher found out he would need surgery on his elbow, effectively ending his 2017 season, his reaction was simply 'it sucks.'
Cards Alex Reyes to Have MRI on Sore Pitching ElbowThe 22-year-old right-hander his major league debut last Aug. 9 and was 4-1 with a 1.57 ERA in five starts and seven relief appearances.
UPDATE: Cardinals Announce 5-Year Deal With MartinezGM John Mozeliak says Martinez is expected to anchor the starting rotation for the next five seasons.
VIDEO: Best of 2017 Cardinals Winter Warm-Up, SundayKMOX was busy talking with players, coaches and front office personnel all day, and here are some of the best quotes from Sunday.
COLUMN: Cards Addressed Biggest NeedsAssociated Press writer thinks off-season acquisitions of Fowler, Cecil were good ones