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4/25/2015 | Harris' Major League debut worth the wait

As he sat on the bullpen bench watching Adam Wainwright get helped off the field, Mitch Harris received the summons he's been waiting on for so long. He called the circumstances "bittersweet," but with his debut on Saturday, Harris became the first graduate of the United States Naval Academy since Nemo Gaines in 1921 to appear in a Major League game.

4/25/2015 | Wainwright to have MRI after injuring his left ankle

Adam Wainwright suffered what the Cardinals are right now labeling a left ankle injury when he broke from the batter's box after hitting a fifth-inning popup. Limping around in a walking boot afterward, Wainwright confirmed that the injury is in the back of his ankle -- or as manager Mike Matheny described it, "a bad spot." Wainwright will travel back to St. Louis with the team after Sunday's game and then have an MRI taken of his ankle on Monday.

4/25/2015 | Lynn, Cardinals go for three-game sweep of Brewers

While the Cardinals seek to end a six-game road trip with their second sweep of the season, the Brewers will take the field on Sunday looking to find some traction as they prepare to hit the road. Milwaukee will enter the Sunday's 1:10 p.m. CT game at Miller Park having lost 10 of its last 11 games. The Cardinals, in contrast, have won nine of their last 10.

4/25/2015 | Cardinals defeat Brewers, lose Wainwright to ankle injury

The Cardinals lost Adam Wainwright to an ankle injury after four innings but won another ballgame, 5-3 over the Brewers, and opened a 10-game gap between the top and bottom teams in the National League Central.

4/25/2015 | Walden's early workload not a concern for Cardinals

With his 12-pitch appearance on Friday, Cardinals reliever Jordan Walden became the Majors' first reliever to appear in his 11th game this year. He did so within the team's first 15 games, too, which raises the question of whether the Cardinals are growing concerned about potential early-season overuse.

4/25/2015 | Cardinals expect Molina's absence to be short

Though Yadier Molina was out of the starting lineup on Saturday, one day after he took a foul tip off his right knee, the Cardinals refrained from summoning additional catching help as they anticipate Molina's absence being short term.

4/25/2015 | Garcia throws simulated game in extended spring training

Left-hander Jaime Garcia threw 44 pitches in a 3 1/3-inning simulated game on Saturday, general manager John Mozeliak announced. It marked the first time Garcia has simulated a multiple-inning appearance since he threw an 80-pitch simulated game on March 24.

4/25/2015 | Ozzie, Rickey, Jenkins and Tiant enter Hall of Game

Now in its second year, the Hall of Game is for former Major League players who not only did great things on the field, but also exhibited the flair and passion reminiscent of the Negro Leagues players. Joining Ozzie Smith on Saturday in the Hall of Game induction class were Rickey Henderson, Ferguson Jenkins and Luis Tiant.

4/25/2015 | Cardinals watching Martinez grow in dominant rotation

Though designated a fifth starter by rotation order alone, right-hander Carlos Martinez has hardly shown himself a weak link in a Cardinals rotation that has soared to the best start of any staff in the Majors.

4/24/2015 | Molina day to day with right knee soreness

An inning after taking a foul tip square off his right knee guard, Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina had to pull himself out of the team's series-opening game against Milwaukee Friday night.

4/24/2015 | For Siegrist, decreased velocity working just fine

After investing in various mechanical changes this spring, lefty Kevin Siegrist has opened the season with numbers reminiscent of those he posted during a sensational 2013 season. Siegrist is getting those results, however, with a much different look.

4/24/2015 | Waino looks to take series vs. Peralta, Brewers

The Cardinals further separated themselves from the pack in the National League Central with a 3-0 win on Friday, though the Brewers will look to even the three-game series when the two clubs meet again at Miller Park on Saturday. First pitch is scheduled for 6:10 p.m. CT.

4/24/2015 | Martinez stifles Brewers behind pair of dingers

The Cardinals continued to feel right at home at Miller Park, as Jason Heyward and Jhonny Peralta homered and Carlos Martinez pitched seven scoreless innings for a 3-0 win over the Brewers on Friday.

4/24/2015 | Cards option Anna as Bourjos returns

Choosing to stick with an eight-man bullpen for at least a while longer, the Cardinals optioned infielder Dean Anna to Triple-A on Friday to create roster room for outfielder Peter Bourjos, who is returning from paternity leave.

4/23/2015 | Wacha shows off expanded repertoire to defeat elite foes

In showcasing an expanded pitch repertoire, Michael Wacha is positioning himself as one of the league's elite starters.

4/23/2015 | Adams redeems miscues with contributions at plate

While it was a largely forgettable defensive series for Matt Adams, the Cardinals first baseman found a bit of redemption with his offensive contributions, including a tiebreaking single to left off Nationals ace Max Scherzer with two out and two on in the sixth.

4/23/2015 | Cardinals, Brewers meet for second time this season

The Brewers and Cardinals will meet for their second of six head-to-head series beginning in Milwaukee on Friday. First pitch is scheduled for 6:10 pm CT, with St. Louis' Carlos Martinez set to take the mound against Brewers righty Matt Garza.

4/23/2015 | Kozma takes disdain from Nats' fans as a compliment

Pete Kozma insists he never did hear the boos raining down on him as he was introduced in a spring game at Space Coast Stadium last month in Viera, Fla. Several others picked up on it, however, and found humor that a player whose career has limited highlights still haunts one team's opposing fans.

4/22/2015 | Wong steals the show with HR, dazzling throws

Kolten Wong played the role of scene stealer with a two-run home run before making two sparkling defensive plays to help the Cardinals claim a 7-5 win over the Nationals on Wednesday.

4/22/2015 | Villanueva working to stay ready in between appearances

Carlos Villanueva is the Cardinals' long man out of the bullpen, but it has not yet led to frequent use, which is a challenge for the right-hander to stay ready in between appearances.

4/22/2015 | Scherzer faces hometown Cardinals in series finale

Max Scherzer, coming off his first win with the Nationals, take the mound against his hometown team, the Cardinals, who counter with Michael Wacha in Thursday's series finale.

4/22/2015 | Wong, Cardinals fend off Nationals to even series

Kolten Wong homered and drove in three runs, including the go-ahead double in the eighth, and made a pair of defensive gems to lead the Cardinals to a 7-5 win over the Nationals on Wednesday.

4/22/2015 | Cardinals alerting players of pace-of-play violations

With the ease-in period of MLB's pace of play rules winding down, the Cardinals are alerting players in violation to be aware so they will not be subject to fines next month.

4/22/2015 | Gonzales placed on Triple-A DL with left shoulder tightness

Cardinals left-hander Marco Gonzales will miss his next start due to tightness in his left shoulder, and was placed on the seven-day Triple-A DL.

4/22/2015 | Cardinals Hall of Famers lead Franchise Four balloting

Halfway through the month-long voting period for the Franchise Four campaign, four Cardinals Hall of Famers have taken the early lead as fans choose the most impactful players in franchise history.

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