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  • Cardinals Honor 1987 National League Champions

    The Cardinals honored the 30 year anniversary of their 1987 National League Championship team this weekend at Busch Stadium. Several members of the 1987 team returned for the memories. Fox 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne talked it over with 1987 second baseman Tommy Herr. Martin also went One on One with left handed starting pitcher John Tudor, another star of that 1987 NL winning team.    

  • Cardinals Win Seventh in a Row, 8-5 over Braves

    The Cardinals late season surge continued on Friday night winning their seventh consecutive game, 8-5 over the Braves at Busch Stadium. A four run second inning got the Cards off to a great start. The Redbirds built a 6-1 lead before relief pitcher Brett Cecil allowed four runs in two-thirds of an inning to cut the lead to 6-5. But the bullpen settled things after that,. John Brebbia, Zach Duke and Matt Bowman each threw a scoreless inning with Bowman […]

  • Fowler’s Grand Slam Lifts Cards to Sweep of Royals, Sixth Straight Win

    For the second consecutive night, a grand slam home run lifted the Cardinals to their sixth consecutive victory on Thursday night at Busch Stadium. Dexter Fowler’s grand slam in the seventh inning broke open a 3-3 tie. The Cards would go on to beat their in-state rival, the Royals 8-6. The Cardinals end up sweeping the four game series from Kansas City. Fowler drove in five runs in the game to be the hitting star. Kolten Wong and Paul DeJong […]

  • Cardinals React to Their “Rally Cat”

    The day after a stray cat helped propel the Cardinals to their fifth straight win, teammates reacted to their new furry hero. Players were praising the small cat as well as their catcher, Yadier Molina, who hit the game winning grand slam home run on Wednesday night to beat the Royals for a third straight day. Several players hope the little cat can be found and be their mascot for the remainder of the season.

  • Kurt Warner Hall of Fame Recap

    Fox 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne and photographer Brian Ledford traveled to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio to cover Kurt Warner’s induction into the hallowed hall. Here is a recap of the Kurt Warner coverage.  

  • Kurt Warner inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame

    Kurt Warner, the former St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals quarterback, has been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Warner is the fourth member of the Greatest Show on Turf in the Hall of Fame.  He joins running back Marshall Faulk, defensive back Aeneas Williams, and left tackle Orlando Pace. Fox 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne was in Canton, Ohio for all of tonight’s inductions festivities and has this report. Warner and his wife, Brenda, are also well known […]

  • Cardinals Lose Another One Run Game, 3-2 to Reds

    For the 22nd time this season, the Cardinals have lost a game by one run. The latest setback was on Friday night in Cincinnati, when the Cards dropped a 3-2 decision to the Reds. Joey Votto drove in two runs for Cincinnati to pace their offense and their bullpen shut down the Cards for the final four innings to get the win. Mike Leake pitched six innings, allowing three runs. Leake took the loss and saw his season record dip […]

  • Cardinals Quiet as Trade Deadline Passes

    In what was anticipated to be a busy day of dealing for the St. Louis Cardinals, July 31st was a snoozer! The MLB trade deadline came and passed for the Cardinals with no deals getting done. Lance Lynn, a free agent to be at the end of the season, was thought to be a target for several competing teams in baseball. Instead, the Cardinals will keep Lynn, the innings eating pitcher and hopefully negotiate a new contract with the big […]

  • Leake Throws Seven Shutout Innings, Cards Beat Rockies 8-2

    Mike Leake rebounded from a sub par last outing and dominated the Rockies on Monday night at Busch Stadium. Leake pitched seven shutout innings and led the Cardinals to an 8-2 win. Randal Grichuk, Jose Martinez and Tommy Pham all homered for St. Louis, who was kicking off a seven game home stand. Leake picked up the victory to raise his season record to 7-8. Randal Grichuk continued his power hitting since being activated off the disabled list. Grichuk’s two […]

  • Kurt Warner Hall of Fame Preview on Sports Final

    Fox 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne and St. Louis Post-Dispatch NFL writer Jim Thomas talk Kurt Warner. The former Rams Super Bowl winning quarterback will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday, August 5th. Martin and Jim retell Warner’s wonderful story leading the Rams to the NFL’s top prize.  

  • Cardinals 9 Run Inning Sinks Cubs, 11-4

    Trailing 3-2 going into the eighth inning at Wrigley Field on Friday, the Cardinals came out 39 minutes later with nine runs and an 11-3 lead. The end result was an 11-4 Cards win over the Cubs. Chicago pitchers walked six Cardinals in the nine run explosion. Jedd Gyorko’s walk with the bases loaded scored Matt Carpenter to tie the game at 3-3. Paul DeJong hit next and delivered a double to score two more runs to give St. Louis […]

  • Mets Score Early and Often off Leake, Beat Cardinals 7-3

    Cardinals starting pitcher Mike Leake, last just two innings in a 7-3 loss to the Mets on Wednesday night in New York. Leake, who has not won any of his last ten starts, continued to struggle in his latest outing. Leake allowed three first inning runs to the Mets. New York then benefitted from a Jedd Gyorko throwing error to pile up four more runs in the second inning and build a 7-0 lead. The Cardinals bullpen tossed six shutout […]