MONDAY, 4:27pm: MLB.com's Spencer Fordin reports that the deal is now official.
SATURDAY, 7:56pm: Cards manager Tony La Russa confirmed that the club will bring Suppan back for a second stint, writes MLB.com's Barry M. Bloom.
The club has already cleared space on the 40-man roster by outrighting Tyler Norrick. Now, they must make a move on the 25-man roster to activate Suppan.
6:13pm: The Cardinals are planning to sign the veteran hurler early next week and put him in the rotation, according to Fox Sports Midwest (via Twitter). The club has been impressed with Suppan's side sessions where he has demonstrated that his arm is healthy.
St. Louis must first make some roster adjustments before inking Suppan.
THURSDAY, 2:50pm: The Cardinals will sign Jeff Suppan, according to the Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Suppan pitched for St. Louis for three seasons before signing a four-year, $42MM deal with the Brewers. The Brewers released the righty Monday with $10MM remaining, making him a free agent. The Cards will pay just the pro-rated league minimum.