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.
The Cardinals used empty to Busch Stadium to honor the late Oscar Taveras.
Oscar Taveras was just 22 years old when he died tragically. He'll not soon be forgotten.
Royals ace James Shields has been the target of criticism throughout the postseason, but in Game 5, he did his job. His teammates failed him.
The Giants won Game 5 of the World Series, but it was a game that was a bit overshadowed by the tragic death of Oscar Taveras. Giants outfielder Juan Perez was close friends with the youngster.
Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras was killed in a car accident in the Dominican Republic, the team confirmed.

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