Jhonny Peralta homered on the first pitch he saw Monday, but the Cardinals fell 8-5 to the Detroit Tigers.
The first spring training test of baseball's expanded instant replay system has gotten off to a smooth start.
Once the shock and emotions of leaving Buffalo and the Sabres began to wear off, goalie Ryan Miller began looking forward to the challenge he and Steve Ott will face in living up to the St. Louis Blues' expectations.
St. Louis pitcher Lance Lynn says he hasn't experienced any ill effects following his first 200-inning major league season. Judging by his first outing of the spring, it's easy to believe him.
The slugger hit a two-run homer Thursday in his first at-bat for the Milwaukee Brewers since completing a season-ending, 65-game suspension in 2013 for violating Major League Baseball's anti-drug agreement.
The St. Louis Cardinals plan to unveil Carlos Martinez, the electric pitcher who joined the team in the offseason, during Friday's matchup with Miami.
The question of what went wrong was a familiar one for the Chicago Cubs last season.
With Travis Wood, the question to ask is: "What went right?"
Last year, the Rangers struggled to score runs behind Yu Darvish, who was the first pitcher since 1989 to have four 1-0 losses in the same season.
Jason Collins, the NBA's first openly gay player, will be the face of the Brooklyn Nets wherever they go — at least for the remainder of his 10-day contract.
The St. Louis Blues lacks star power, but the team is second overall in the Western Conference and atop the Central Division.
Jason Collins, a 13-year NBA veteran who came out as gay last offseason, became the first openly gay athlete to play in a major U.S. sports league.
Jaime Garcia will seek a second opinion on his surgically repaired shoulder from Dr. James Andrews before deciding his next course of action, St. Louis General Manager John Mozeliak said on Tuesday.
The Sochi Olympics are over, and the NHL is back after freezing its schedule so that the world's best hockey players could compete for gold — perhaps for the last time.
Ozzie Smith wants the federal government to make opening day of the major league baseball season a national holiday.
With Michael Sam on the verge of becoming the league's first openly gay player, maybe he'll fit in just fine. This is 2014, after all. Sexual orientation isn't as big of a deal for Sam's generation as it was for previous generations.
The Cardinals are holding off naming Michael Wacha to their regular season rotation, but with Jaime Garcia's status unknown, it's becoming harder to assemble a rotation that doesn't include Wacha's name.
It had been 10 years since Dale Earnhardt Jr. won his first Daytona 500, and after three runner-up finishes the last four seasons in a race that had caused his family so much heartache and joy, the moment was overwhelming.
The 35-year-old center revealed at the end of last season he is gay, but he was a free agent and had remained unsigned.
The Nets locker room is filled with former teammates who have already accepted the league's first openly gay player and his on-court habits, which are the ones that matter most to them.
In 2013, the Royals had three Gold Glove winners — first baseman Eric Hosmer, catcher Salvador Perez and left fielder Alex Gordon — for the first time in their history. The team had an AL best 3.45 ERA in 2013, which manager Ned Yost said goes hand-in-hand with the tough defense.