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Matt Carpenter and the Cardinals just agreed to a little ole’ extension

The St. Louis Cardinals announced a mysterious press conference for today at 3:00pm. Since everyone is signing extensions nowadays, that seemed to be the popular guess as to the reason. Turns out we were right. At the press conference the Cardinals announced they have agreed to a contract extension with Matt Carpenter. The Cardinals drafted Carpenter back in 2009 and he has been with the team ever since, making his debut in 2011. In 2012 he got his first real taste in the big leagues as the Cardinals toughest bench bat. He broke out for real in 2013 and has not looked back. In eight seasons with the Birdos he has amassed 28.5 fWAR and put up a 132 wRC+. 2019 marks his age 33 season, keeping him a Cardinal until he is at least 35, hopefully 36 (because that would mean he has played well enough to trigger the vesting option).

Wait...Wieters? What?

The Cardinals made a move today to add a veteran backup catcher of fairly high quality. It’s strange that it feels so strange to see this happen.

Cardinals Sign Miles Mikolas to Contract Extension

The newly anointed Opening Day starter is now signed as a Cardinal from 2020-2023

Summarizing the Players in the Paul Goldschmidt Trade

Here are quick blurbs on every player involved in today’s blockbuster

Cardinals acquire Paul Goldschmidt

The six-time All-Star selection is heading to St. Louis in a four-player trade

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The Cardinals and Adam Wainwright agree to a deal for 2019 - UPDATED

The specifics are unknown, though according to Saxon: "That Mozeliak quote makes it sound like it’s an incentive-laden deal." The 2019 season will mark his fifteenth season in the Majors, all of them being with the St. Louis Cardinals. We will keep you posted as more information is released! As of now, Adam Wainwright will be a Cardinal in 2019. UPDATE October 12: According to Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post Dispatch, the contract with Waino is for one year at "an undisclosed low base salary, but two sources described how his new contract is rich in incentives". Goold also wrote that Wainwright will prepare for a starters role to start the 2019 season, but his contract is written to assure "he’ll be rewarded regardless of his role — which could be starter or reliever".

System Sundays: The Seth Elledge Scouting Report — And Other Stuff

An exhaustive — and exhausting — writeup of all the moves made by the Cardinals the past few days.

Cardinals trade Tuivailala, DFA Holland and Lyons, place Cecil on DL in flurry of bullpen moves

Weaver, Poncedeleon, Webb, and Hudson added to active roster

Mike Matheny, John Mabry, Bill Mueller dismissed

Bench coach Mike Shildt will act as interim manager

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Mike Matheny has been fired.

It. Actually. Happened. For real. More details to follow.

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Red Schoendienst has passed away at the age of 95

From the tweet embedded above, Mike Shannon and John Rooney announced the passing of longtime and beloved Cardinal Red Schoendienst at the age of 95. Red missed Opening Day festivities for the first time in many years this year and it was revealed he was in poor health later on. Red had spent over seventy years in a Cardinal uniform as a player, manager, coach, and instructor. He will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace, Red.

Cardinals don’t sign Lance Lynn; the qualifying offer is unfair

The longtime Cardinal signed with the Minnesota Twins for $12 million.

Cardinals trade Randal Grichuk to Blue Jays

They will receive reliever Dominic Leone and minor leaguer Conner Greene

Stephen Piscotty trade update: Two prospects from Athletics are Max Schrock and Yairo Munoz

We now know who is in the deal.

Marcell Ozuna trade update: Sandy Alcantara and Magneuris Sierra in deal

They got a big bat. We now know all the players in the deal.

Cardinals sign Luke Gregerson

The ex-Cardinals reliever is now a current Cardinals reliever.

Giancarlo Stanton will not be traded to the Cardinals

Stanton will not waive his no trade clause and the Cardinals are moving on.

Cardinals trade Aledmys Diaz to Blue Jays

The former All-Star shortstop was dealt for minor leaguer J.B. Woodman.

Cardinals trade Mike Leake to the Mariners

Cardinals make surprise move before waiver deadline

Grichuk/Mayers/Voit to St. Louis, Huffman to Memphis, Fowler/Siegrist to DL

Many roster moves will affect the look of the Cardinals going forward

Cardinals make coaching changes

Chris Maloney reassigned. Bill Mueller taking a leave of absence.

Cardinals release Jhonny Peralta

Although he was owed $10 million for 2017, the Cardinals have opted to designate the veteran infielder for assignment

Cardinals activate Peralta, demote Sierra to AA

A not totally unexpected roster move has happened

Cardinals, Yadier Molina agree to extension

The long-time Cardinals catcher will be a Cardinals catcher for a little bit longer now

Cardinals sign Adolis Garcia

The Cuban free agent could be an intriguing outfield option for the Cardinals in 2017.

Cardinals to go to arbitration hearing for Martinez, Wacha

This marks the first time in a generation that the Cardinals will reach this stage of the salary arbitration process.

Dexter Fowler to have physical in St. Louis tomorrow

The highly-coveted Cubs center fielder could be on the verge of arriving in St. Louis

Cardinals sign Brett Cecil

The Blue Jays lefty joins the Cardinals on a four-year deal.

Cardinals promote Carson Kelly, activate Brayan Pena

The duo of Cardinals backup catchers are made possible to September roster expansion

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Alex Reyes to make first MLB start Saturday

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Per Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post Dispatch, Alex Reyes will make his first major league start on Saturday as the Cardinals take on the A's. Mike Leake was originally slated to be the starter for that game.

Seth Maness to DL, Sam Tuivailala to St. Louis

The perpetually in-flux Tuivailala is returning to MLB.

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Michael Wacha to the disabled list; Alex Reyes to make roster debut

The Cardinals had encountered an abundance of good fortune in regard to the health of the starting rotation. It appears that good luck might be running out as Michael Wacha has been placed on the fifteen day disabled list with shoulder inflammation and catcher Brayan Peña will be placed on the sixty-day disabled list, clearing spots on the twenty-five and forty-man rosters, respectively, for Cardinals top prospect Alex Reyes to make his probable debut. Per Langosh, Reyes has stated the Cardinals intend to use him in the bullpen. Per Derrick Goold, Reyes will wear number 61. Full article from the esteemed Craig Edwards to follow...