Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The team announced Tuesday that the veteran pitcher is still dealing with effects of previous injury that sidelined him for most of 2012. Mercy doctors will likely be involved in evaluating what happens next.
The Mercy partnership with the St. Louis Cardinals as the team's official medical provider will get a high-profile start. The team announced Tuesday that Chris Carpenter, sidelined for most of the 2012 with thoracic outlet syndrome, will likely not pitch in 2013 after having trouble with offseason workouts. In a news conference broadcast on local media outlets, Cardinals VP and General Manager John Mozeliak announced that Carpenter would "utlize the Mercy network" among others in finding a way forward, after the player notified the team Friday that he was unable to throw at a high velocity after otherwise having had "a normal offseason," according to Mozeliak. Mozeliak said there were issues with numbness and stingers in his shoulder and …
Friday, October 28, 2011
Give us your insights on what you think Cardinals manager Tony La Russa should do to complete the Cardinals' amazing season with a win.
OK, St. Louis Cardinal fans. You just got to witness the most exciting game in World Series history. But the job isn’t over. They need to win Game 7 to complete the most improbable World Series championship in history. For now, let’s put you in the manager’s office. Tell us your decisions in the comments section. If you were Cardinals manager Tony La Russa, what would you do with the following decisions.
Thursday, October 6, 2011
We’re down to the final game of the National League Division Series. If you’ve got anything to say to Phillies Phans, say it now — or during our live game time chat.
The wild card St. Louis Cardinals have pushed the Philadelphia Phillies, the winningest team in Major League Baseball this season, to a deciding game in the first round of the playoffs. Friday at 7:30 p.m., the Cards’ Chris Carpenter squares off against the Phillies’ Roy Halladay in the City of Brotherly Love. Can we finish the job? If you’ve got something to say to Phillies fans, now’s the time to say it. They’re listening. Patch’s St. Louis-area sites are partnering with our sister sites in the Philadelphia area to note five things you should know about this game — and for a live online chat during the game. Prop your laptop next to your chips and come back to Patch at 7 p.m., when we’ll start the chat and you can talk some smack with …