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MLB Winter Meetings 2012

The St. Louis Cardinals at the 2012 Winter Meetings.

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.

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.

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.

Why would the Cardinals pay for Sean Burnett?

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