Kharma is a funny thing.
Not every story has a Hollywood ending.
Unless you have been hiding under a rock for the last few weeks, you are aware the St. Louis Cardinals are in the middle of a very bad stretch of baseball.
Someone “up there”, aka in the big leagues, did find him and give him a chance going into the 2012 season.
He is one of the guys that reminds me that baseball is ultimately a game people play because they love it, or at least at one point in time they did.
Last night, May 1st, Adam Wainwright got his first victory of the year against the Pittsburgh Pirates, as the Cardinals bats lashed out for 10 runs and 13 hits.
As I wrote last week in this space, everything was rainbow and lollipops in Cardinal Nation after such a fast start out of the gate, beating up on division foes.
What if this team under new leadership, starts another great era of Cardinal baseball without a reloading period following the key off-season losses?
The stage crew is ready. The curtain is ready to be pulled. Lights. Camera. Action.
Former Cardinal killer, Carlos Beltran, now sets his sights on helping the Cardinals return to the playoffs in 2012.