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A.J. Pierzynski

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  • A.J. Pierzynski to start Game 3 for Cardinals

    Veteran A.J. Pierzynski will start behind the plate for the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series in place of injured catcher Yadier Molina. Molina left Game 2 on Sunday night in St. Louis against the San...
  • NLCS notes: Injured Yadier Molina hopes to play in Game 3

    SAN FRANCISCO — Yadier Molina swung, then he winced. Pain shot through his left side. "That was the worst feeling of my career," he said. "That was the worst pain I ever feel." And what did it feel like? "Like someone nailed you with a knife,"...
  • Cardinals keep injured Yadier Molina on active roster

    Cardinals keep injured Yadier Molina on active roster
    The St. Louis Cardinals plan to keep catcher Yadier Molina on their active roster, at least for now, despite the strained left oblique muscle he suffered in Game 2 of the National League Championship Series on Sunday. If Molina is removed from the...
  • Cardinals await news on Molina, hope to carry on without him

    ST. LOUIS — Yadier Molina's availability for the remainder of the postseason was in doubt Sunday night when he suffered a strained left oblique. Molina, the St. Louis Cardinals' All-Star catcher, bent over in pain in the sixth inning of Game 2...
  • Jake Peavy still pushing for postseason breakthrough

    ST. LOUIS — This would've been as good a time as any for Jake Peavy to prove he's a big-game pitcher. With free agency beckoning and a second straight chance under the October spotlight, the Giants right-hander went into Game 2 of the National...
  • Regional Digest

    A baseball manager used to stay above criticism and second-guessing if he won. Nowadays, you have to win a certain way because, you know, it's all about the numbers and results are "random." Get it? Well, Ned Yost does it his way — bunting and...
  • Dodgers vs. Cardinals: How the NL division series opponents match up

    Dodgers vs. Cardinals: How the NL division series opponents match up
    The Dodgers have a big advantage on offense and with a rotation topped by the best pitcher in baseball, who will be available to start twice in the five-game series if needed. Add in a deeper, more versatile bench and a bullpen that finally began to hit...
  • St. Louis' Michael Wacha in bullpen, Mark Ellis not activated

    St. Louis' Michael Wacha in bullpen, Mark Ellis not activated
    Former Dodger Mark Ellis was left off the St. Louis Cardinals’ postseason roster while right-hander Michael Wacha, who beat the Dodgers twice in last fall’s National League Championship Series, will pitch out of the bullpen, Manager Mike...
  • Cubs have the cash to pursue a marquee pitcher

    The Cubs believed they had enough money last winter to make an honest run at free-agent pitcher Masahiro Tanaka. But with about $41 million off the books from this year's obligations — including the final $14 million installment on Alfonso...
  • A.J. Pierzynski: Paul Konerko never surrendered at-bats

    A.J. Pierzynski: Paul Konerko never surrendered at-bats
    As a member of the Chicago White Sox from 2005 through 2012, A.J. Pierzynski grew to appreciate Paul Konerko as thoroughly as anyone associated with the team during Konerko’s tenure. Pierzynski’s appreciation for Konerko, who will retire...
  • Covering Paul Konerko: Reporters' remembrances

    Covering Paul Konerko: Reporters' remembrances
    Colleen Kane The Paul Konerko era already was nearing its end when I started covering the White Sox in August 2013, and so while the captain's home runs and RBIs have still colored parts of my experiences with the team, they are not what has left the...