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  • Carpenter713

    Cardinals All-Star Game Preview

    Fox 2 Sports reporter Charlie Marlow is with the Cardinals All-Stars in Minneapolis, MN for the annual mid-summer classic, the Major League Baseball All-Star game. Adam Wainwright, Pat Neshek and Matt Carpenter will play for the 2014 National League All-Stars, who will be managed by Cardinals skipper Mike Matheny. Yadier Molina was voted as the NL’s starting catcher, but will be unable to play due to his thumb injury suffered last Wednesday. Here’s Charlie’s preview with the Redbirds All-Stars.  

  • Brewers713

    Brewers Hammer Cards, St. Louis down just One Game at All-Star Break

    The Milwaukee Brewers avoided a three game sweep at the hands of the Cardinals with a lopsided 11-2 win on Sunday in Wisconsin. The victory gives the Brewers a one game lead over the Cardinals as the All-Star break arrives. Carlos Martinez allowed four runs in four innings pitched and was tagged with the loss. Seth Maness and Jason Motte came on in relief for the Cards, but also allowed more runs to score. Despite the loss, the Cardinals have […]

  • GermanyWorldCup

    Germany Wins World Cup – Tournament Recap with Bill McDermott

    Germany captured their fourth career World Cup Championship with a 1-0 win over Argentina in overtime on Sunday in Brazil. Mario Gotze scored in the 113th minute to break a scoreless tie. Fox 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne and local soccer expert Bill McDermott wrapped up the entire World Cup tournament on Sports Final.  

  • Cruz712

    Cards Beat Brewers Again, Tied for First Place!

    The Cardinals made it two straight over the NL Central leading Milwaukee Brewers with a 10-2 win on Saturday at Miller Park. The victory gets the Cards even with the Brewers in the division. Both teams have 52-43 records. Back on July 1st, Milwaukee led the Cardinals by six and a half games! In the Saturday win, Tony Cruz set a career high driving in three runs. The Cardinals offense pounded out 12 hits, including Kolten Wong’s two run home […]

  • JaysonTatum

    Jayson Tatum is One of Nation’s Top Prep Basketball Recruits

    Chaminade junior to be forward Jayson Tatum was recently named the top prep recruit for 2016 by Scout.com.  Tatum is also highly rated by other top college recruiting sources. Fox 2 Sports reporter Zac Choate talked it over recently with Tatum.  He has spent his summer attending high profile NBA players’ camps, like Lebron James, Kevin Durrant and Bradley Beal. Tatum’s father, Justin is the head basketball coach at CBC and played college basketball for the SLU Billikens.  

  • Cardinals vs Brewers Series Preview

    (KTVI) – Even with all of the injuries and inconsistencies in the first half of the season, the Cardinals could actually be in first place on Sunday. FOX 2′s Charlie Marlow has the details.  

  • Molina710

    Yadier Molina Has Torn Ligament in Right Thumb, Out 8-12 Weeks

    The Cardinals worst fears became reality on Thursday morning when All-Star catcher Yadier Molina was diagnosed with a torn ligament in his right thumb. Molina will undergo surgery on Friday and will miss anywhere between 8 and 12 weeks to recover from the procedure. Molina injured his thumb while sliding into third base on Wednesday night in the Cards win over the Pirates. Molina’s thumb got caught in the dirt while sliding and the impact tore the ligament in Molina’s […]

  • MolinaInjury

    Molina Injured in Cardinals 5-2 Win over Pirates

    The Cardinals won their third straight game over the Pirates, 5-2 on Wednesday night at Busch Stadium, but may have lost their All-Star catcher in the victory. Yadier Molina sprained his right thumb sliding into third base during the second inning. Molina was diagnosed with a sprained thumb, but will have further examinations on Thursday morning to determine the extent of the injury. Molina is due to start at catcher for the National League in next Tuesday’s All-Star Game. In […]

  • JoeKelly

    Joe Kelly Returns, Will Start Friday in Milwaukee

    Cardinals starting pitcher Joe Kelly has completed his injury rehab and will return to the Cardinals pitching rotation. Kelly will make his return to the big leagues on Friday when the Cardinals play the Brewers in Milwaukee. Oddly enough, it was in Milwaukee on April 16th when Kelly tore his hamstring running out an infield hit. Kelly made three starts at AAA Memphis to rehab his hamstring, allowing three runs in ten innings pitched.

  • WongWalkoff

    Wong Talks Walk off HR

    Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong hit the team’s second straight game winning walk off home run on Tuesday night to beat the Pirates 5-4. Matt Adams ended Monday’s game with a two run walk off home run. KTVI Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne talked to Wong on Wednesday about the wild celebration at home plate after his game winning hit.  

  • MVC

    Arch Madness to Stay in St. Louis

    The Missouri Valley Conference announced on Wednesday that their Arch Madness Men’s Post Season Basketball Tournament will remain in St. Louis. The MVC and Scottrade Center extended their contract through 2018. The Missouri Valley Conference is based in St. Louis and has hosted their men’s basketball tournament here in St. Louis for the past 24 years. Kansas City, MO and Hoffman Estates, IL (a Chicago suburb) had also made offers to bring the MVC Tournament to their cities.  

  • Garcia77

    Garcia to have season-ending surgery on Friday

    The Cardinals made it official on Tuesday, announcing the often injured pitcher Jaime Garcia will undergo season ending surgery on Friday. Dr. Robert Thompson will perform thoracic outlet surgery on Garcia on Friday in St. Louis. It will be Garcia’s second major operation in the past 14 months. He had shoulder surgery last May. Garcia started just seven games for the Cardinals before suffering yet another season ending injury. Recovery time post surgery for Garcia is expected to be three […]