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2/10/2016 | Oh gets work visa; expected to report on time

Seung Hwan Oh, the South Korean reliever signed by the Cardinals last month, has received his work visa and is expected to report on Jupiter, Fla., on time for the start of Cardinals Spring Training.


2/9/2016 | 5 Cardinals hoping for a rebound in 2016

Up first is a look at five bounce-back candidates who could greatly impact the Cardinals' upcoming season if they are able to rebound from an injury-plagued 2015:


2/8/2016 | Around the Horn: Starters must eat innings

Anchored by their rotation a year ago, the Cardinals enter 2016 hopeful of both rebound and repeat seasons. They'll need both, too, in order to match the success of a 2015 rotation that was baseball's best.


2/5/2016 | Cardinals in Asia: Oh just first step

On the heels of South Korean reliever Seung Hwan Oh signing with the Cardinals, MLB.com began an examination of the organization's decade-long journey back into the Asian market. In this final installment, MLB.com will trace the road to signing Oh and examine what that signing could mean for the organization's future in this market.


2/4/2016 | Inbox: Which Cards prospects will debut in '16?

Which Cardinals prospects may make their Major League debuts this season? Beat reporter Jenifer Langosch addresses this inquiry and others in this week's Inbox.


2/3/2016 | Cardinals in Asia: Evaluating talent

On the heels of South Korean reliever Seung Hwan Oh signing with the Cardinals, MLB.com began an examination of the organization's decade-long journey back into the Asian market. This three-part series began on Monday with a look into why the Cardinals returned to Asia and how they went about structuring their process and resources there. In this second installment, MLB.com explores the logistics of scouting talent in Asia and the near-misses that preceded Oh.


2/2/2016 | Risky to count out Cards in NL Central

The St. Louis Cardinals must be absolutely thrilled that some of us have already conceded the National League Central to the Chicago Cubs. The Cardinals? They're playing for second place -- or third. You can look it up.


2/2/2016 | Around the Horn: Holliday anchors the OF

This is the fourth installment in a six-part Around the Horn series that will take a position-by-position look at the Cardinals' projected starters and backup options heading into Spring Training. After previously looking at the club's catching depth, corner infield and middle infield options, let's examine the outfield choices next.


2/1/2016 | Caray documentary debuts tonight on MLB Network

He wore the huge glasses, was prone to mispronunciations and occasional off-color babbling and loved his brewskis. An hour-long MLB Network documentary covers the life and career of Harry Caray.


2/1/2016 | Cardinals in Asia: Laying the foundation

On the heels of South Korean reliever Seung Hwan Oh signing with the Cardinals, MLB.com began an examination of the organization's decade-long journey back into the Asian market. This series, which will be presented in three stories this week, begins with a look into why the Cardinals returned to Asia and how they went about structuring their process and resources there