The past month didn’t do much to clear up whether the St. Louis Cardinals are a good team, a mediocre team, or something else.
As the season turns to June – one-third of the way done in 2014 – we look at a bargain-priced slugger, a young outfielder having a season to forget, and more, including what may be the most clutch triple play I’ve ever seen or read about.
This week, we look at a slugger enjoying a month that no one has since 2010, a free-falling outfielder, how the Rockies might replace Nolan Arenado, and more.
Welcome to this week’s edition of the Triple Play. This week, we look at an outfielder who has stepped up his game, a commentator who needs to step away from … Read More
This week, we feature the red-hot Rockies shortstop, a cement-headed Brewer, a power-hitting surprise at second, and the game of the year (well, so far, anyway).
The Colorado Silver Bullets, the last all-women’s professional baseball team, took the field for the first time twenty years ago.
This week, we turn our attention to an infielder reaching his potential, a former infielder who is not, a couple of no-name pitchers and more.
A month into the season seems like a good time for some observations about the St. Louis Cardinals’ performance thus far.
Albert Pujols has been impressive in April and shows no signs of slowing down. He is seemingly back to the Pujols of old.
The St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers would match up 10 years ago today in a game that would wind up an anomaly in Major League Baseball.