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Skip is now the Dodgers' question to ask

The St. Louis Cardinals' bizarre IF-OF hybrid is now the Dodgers' to deal with. What does that mean?

Can the Cardinals support a starting infielder?

The St. Louis Cardinals are uniquely positioned to offer a shortstop a starting job, so long as it's not entirely at shortstop.

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Skip Schumaker traded to Dodgers

The St. Louis Cardinals traded Skip Schumaker to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Jake Lemmerman Tuesday, pending the results of a physical.

How much will Waino's extension cost?

The St. Louis Cardinals' ace is a free agent after the 2012 season. How much will he cost?

Are Kyle Lohse rumors hung up on a 4th year?

The Boston Red Sox are among teams that have been connected to Kyle Lohse, but contract length might be an issue.

Greinke is 8th starter the Dodgers have signed.

The Los Angeles Dodgers signed Zack Greinke to the largest contract ever for a right-handed starting pitcher—which means they now have too many starters.

Who would they trade for Asdrubal?

Which of the Cardinals' pitching prospects would fit into a deal for Asdrubal Cabrera?

Marco Scutaro turned down offer from Cardinals

Giants 2B Marco Scutaro turned down a two year contract offer from the St. Louis Cardinals before opting to re-sign with the Giants.

Cards to offer hitting coach job to Bengie Molina

Cardinals are looking to make Bengie Molina their hitting coach.

Cards exit Winter Meetings with bullpen help

The St. Louis Cardinals' time at the 2012 Winter Meetings draws to a close with one item checked off their low-impact to-do list.

Randy Choate: baseball's version of a trick play

In Randy Choate, the St. Louis Cardinals got an effective lefty specialist. But he'll probably pitch fewer innings than Adam Wainwright does by the All-Star Break.

Cards unlikely to pick in Thursday's Rule 5 draft

The St. Louis Cardinals won't pursue a player in the major league portion of the 2012 Rule 5 draft Thursday morning, because the back of their 25-man roster is already filled with homegrown prospects.

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Randy Choate is Cards' Winter Meetings pick-up

The left-handed veteran is signing with his sixth team.

Cards reportedly sign Randy Choate

The left-handed veteran is signing with his sixth team.

Dodgers target—you guessed it—Skip Schumaker

The Los Angeles Dodgers could be interested in trading for the St. Louis Cardinals' unconventional, somewhat-maligned utility infielder-outfielder.

Rays snag Yunel Escobar

The Tampa Bay Rays trade for Yunel Escobar, the Miami Marlins' undervalued (and apparently unctuous) shortstop. Should the St. Louis Cardinals have put in a bid?

Cardinals' quiet Winter Meetings continues Tuesday

The St. Louis Cardinals haven't made any moves through two days of the Winter Meetings, but that could change Wednesday.

Diamondbacks join Asdrubal Cabrera contest field

Asdrubal Cabrera, the Cleveland Indians shortstop to whom the St. Louis Cardinals have been linked, is now in trade rumors involving the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Jaime Garcia set to pitch in 2013—for Team Mexico

The St. Louis Cardinals' injured starter is a member of Team Mexico ahead of 2013's World Baseball Classic. But will he pitch?

Winter Meetings Day 1: Cards quiet, not invisible

Scott Hairston led the parade of players to which the St. Louis Cardinals were connected on a quiet Day 1 at the Winter Meetings.

Do Cards have enough at-bats for Scott Hairston?

The St. Louis Cardinals could be interested in signing Scott Hairston, according to reports out of the Winter Meetings.

Ozzie Smith sells his Gold Gloves.

Ozzie Smith sold his Gold Gloves at auction, netting more than half a million dollars.

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Sean Burnett: A very expensive bullpen addition

The Cardinals are reportedly interested in the 30-year old reliever that appeared in 70 games in 2012, finishing with a 2.38 ERA.

Team Canada's Cardinal roots (feat. Stubby Clapp)

Team Canada's coaching staff for the 2013 World Baseball Classic features some big (kind of) St. Louis Cardinals names.

Tom Gorzelanny could cure Cards' LOOGY fever

The St. Louis Cardinals have been looking for a second left-handed reliever, and Tom Gorzelanny, recently nontendered by the Washington Nationals, makes a lot of sense.

Why would the Cardinals pay for Sean Burnett?

The St. Louis Cardinals might need another relief pitcher, but do they really need Sean Burnett?

Sean Burnett would be an expensive fit in bullpen

The Cardinals are reportedly interested in the 30-year old reliever that appeared in 70 games in 2012, finishing with a 2.38 ERA.

Double-A Springfield named MiLB team of the year

The St. Louis Cardinals Double-A affiliate Springfield Cardinals were named the Minor League Team of the Year by Baseball America on Friday.

Taveras, Maness honored by Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals named outfielder Oscar Taveras the organization's Minor League Player of the Year and right-hander Seth Maness Pitcher of the Year on Friday.

Tommy Hanson a kind-of-cautionary tale for Cards

The Atlanta Braves sold low on a player who was once among the top pitching prospects in baseball in this week's most interesting MLB trade.

B.J. Upton shows just how valuable Jon Jay is

B.J. Upton signs a big deal with the Atlanta Braves, and the St. Louis Cardinals sigh with relief at Jon Jay's later start.

Kyle Lohse, Dodgers connected in inevitable rumors

In the least surprising news of the 2013 MLB offseason, word has gotten out that the Los Angeles Dodgers are interested in Kyle Lohse.