The Cardinals will honor outfielder Oscar Taveras, who died tragically last October, by building a youth ball field in his memory.
A handful of transactions and a plethora of hot stove rumors headline Tuesday's recap of the second day of the 2014 Winter Meetings.
Cardinals right-hander Carlos Martinez will honor his late friend and teammate Oscar Taveras every time he puts on his uniform.
St. Louis normally doesn't go overboard for any free agents, but they probably could use another starting pitcher and it'll be interesting to see if they pursue Scherzer, a the St. Louis product.
We're thankful for lots of things here at Eye On Baseball, but here's a list of baseball-related blessings.
The family of deceased Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras took to Twitter to thank fans for their remembrances.
Our daily recap includes news about a veteran left-hander who did not pitch in 2014 but will attempt a comeback in 2015.
Toxicology reports confirmed Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras was legally intoxicated at the time of his fatal car accident last month.
Cardinals phenom Oscar Taveras was laid to rest in the Dominican Republic on Tuesday. One image tells the story.
In a shutout victory in Game 6, the Royals won with seven innings of work from Yordano Ventura, who dedicated his outing to Oscar Taveras.

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