10/12/2015 | Wacha wavers in Cardinals' Game 3 loss
Cardinals right-hander Michael Wacha labored throughout his start in Monday's Game 3 vs. the Cubs in the National League Division Series.
10/12/2015 | One win from NLCS, Cubs turn to Hammel in Game 4
With their backs against the ivy, the Cardinals are turning to their best available starter to save them. That would be Game 1 winner John Lackey, who will come back on three days' rest for Game 4 rather than stay on track for a possible Game 5.
10/12/2015 | DYK? Cardinals-Cubs NLDS Game 3
Although the Cubs had their history-making ace on the mound on Monday night, it was their bats that made history in a victory over the Cardinals.
10/12/2015 | Cubs slug 6 homers, have Redbirds on ropes
The Cubs put on a power show Monday night as rookies Kris Bryant, Jorge Soler and Kyle Schwarber hit half of Chicago's six home runs to post an 8-6 victory over the Cardinals in Game 3 of the National League Division Series and take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five series.
10/12/2015 | Rookies set home run record for postseason
The wind was blowing out at Wrigley Field on Monday, helping to send eight home run balls over the ivy-covered wall and a heap of Major League postseason records out the window.
10/12/2015 | Cards chase Arrieta in 6th, but it's not enough
It was, in many ways, a near best-case scenario for the Cardinals, watching Jake Arrieta walk off the mound with an out still left to get in the sixth and having already given up as many earned runs (four) as he had allowed in his previous 13 starts combined. St. Louis, trailing by one at the time, salivated over an opportunity to finish off a comeback against what they thought could be a porous 'pen.
10/12/2015 | Oct. 12 Mike Matheny pregame interview
10/12/2015 | Oct. 12 Kolten Wong pregame interview
10/12/2015 | Pham starts for Cards, Schwarber back in for Cubs
The Cardinals and Cubs have posted their starting lineups for tonight's game at Wrigley Field in Chicago.
10/11/2015 | Confident Cardinals unfazed by facing Arrieta
Fans, media, almost everyone, it seems, already has credited the Cubs with a Game 3 win before a single pitch has even been thrown. Jake Arrieta tends to have that effect.
10/11/2015 | Matheny keeping Game 4 pitching options open
Sticking to the script he used following the Cardinals' Game 2 loss to the Cubs, manager Mike Matheny remained non-committal on Sunday when asked about the team's Game 4 pitching plans.
10/11/2015 | Not to be overlooked, Cards' rookies contributing
Much has been made about the Cubs' squadron of talented rookies making the postseason debuts -- Kris Bryant, Kyle Schwarber, Jorge Soler and more. Meanwhile, Cardinals rookies have factored big through two games of the National League Division Series.
10/11/2015 | Tale of the tape: Arrieta vs. Wacha
Two of the National League's leaders in wins square off in a pivotal Game 3 as the Cubs and Cardinals enter tied at one in the National League Division Series.
10/11/2015 | Notable players overlap in Cubs-Cards rivalry
The Cardinals and Cubs are a unique rivalry that's been forged by the proximity of their cities, shaped by its longevity and enhanced by the frequency they've met as part of the same division. Throughout their history, 309 players have played for both St Louis and Chicago.
10/11/2015 | Wacha talks about Game 3 start in workout day Q&A
Excepts from a Q&A with Michael Wacha, who will start Game 3 of the National League Division Series for the Cardinals against the Cubs on Monday at Wrigley Field.
10/11/2015 | Matheny interview on Cards' workout day
Interview with St. Louis manager Mike Matheny on the Cardinals' workout day before Game 3 of the NLDS against the Cubs at Wrigley Field on Monday, Oct. 12.
10/11/2015 | Statcast tracks great NLDS plays by rookies
On a day when the Cubs beat the Cardinals and the Dodgers beat the Mets to tie up their respective National League Division Series at 1-1, Statcast™ tracked impressive plays from a few rookies.
10/11/2015 | NLDS tied 1-1 as Cubs turn to ace Arrieta
Tied at 1-1, the National League Division Series won't be won on Monday at Wrigley Field, but afterward we'll have a very good idea about who is likely going to the NL Championship Series to face the winner of the Mets-Dodgers NLDS.
10/10/2015 | Cardinals gird for road challenge vs. Cubs ace
Just when it looked as if they had all the momentum at the onset of Saturday's Game 2 vs. the Cubs, the Cardinals lost it, in what seemed a blink of an eye. Now they head to Chicago with the National League Division Series split at one game each following a 6-3 loss to the Cubs.
10/10/2015 | DYK: Hendricks enters record books in Game 2
The Cubs earned a 6-3 victory over the Cardinals on Saturday at Busch Stadium, evening the National League Series at 1-1 heading into Monday's Game 3 in Chicago.
10/10/2015 | Lynn still in line for Game 4, but Cardinals have options
Planning to watch Saturday's National League Division Series game from the home dugout, Lance Lynn found himself as an unexpected option out of the bullpen as the Cardinals scrambled to build a backup plan after finding out that Jaime Garcia wasn't feeling well just before he was to begin his pregame warmups.
10/10/2015 | Just a 2nd: Cubs' big inning sinks Cards, ties DS
A few tweaks in the lineup, two badly timed St. Louis errors and a monster home run by Jorge Soler in Game 2 on Saturday at Busch Stadium helped propel the Cubs to a 6-3 victory over the Cardinals and even the National League Division Series at 1-1.
10/10/2015 | Garcia disappointed after Game 2 start derailed
About one hour before he was set to throw the first pitch of his first postseason start in three seasons, Cardinals Game 2 starter Jaime Garcia hesitantly walked into his manager's office.
10/10/2015 | Wainwright throws more zeros as playoff reliever
After providing a glimpse of how he might utilize Adam Wainwright in Friday's National League Division Series opener, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny deployed his newest bullpen weapon to try to keep his club within striking distance on Saturday.
10/10/2015 | Cards' power surge not enough to prevent series split
The Cardinals didn't have the best record in baseball this season because they were mashers at the plate. In fact, they ranked 25th in the Majors with 137 homers.
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