How to watch the St. Louis Cardinals


May 18, 2020 — 1 min read

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In an effort to fight the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the MLB has delayed the start of the 2020 regular season. We’ll continue to update this page as more information is announced.

The St. Louis Cardinals are the second most successful franchise in the history of Major League Baseball (MLB) with 11 World Series titles. The team has enjoyed steady success throughout its nearly 140-year history, but its heyday was during the 1940s, a decade in which it won three World Series.

The franchise was founded as the St. Louis Brown Stockings back in 1882. It went through a series of name changes before settling on the Cardinals in 1900. The team competes in the National League’s Central Division.

The Cardinals had to wait until 1926 for their first World Series title. The organization added a second five years later. Its most recent success on baseball’s biggest stage was in 2011 — the team was led by Albert Pujols, who was named the National League’s most valuable player (MVP) three times in his 11-year stay with the franchise.

FOX Sports Midwest has the broadcast rights to most St. Louis Cardinals games. Viewers must be in the St. Louis metropolitan area to watch Cardinals streams. 

How to stream the St. Louis Cardinals

Cord cutters can watch St. Louis Cardinals’ live streams by signing up for a streaming provider that carries FOX Sports Midwest. These include:

How to watch the St. Louis Cardinals on cable

The MLB has yet to announce game schedules for the modified 2020 regular season. We’ll update this page soon after that information becomes available.