This season 26-year old shortstop Aledmys Diaz became that vintage Cardinals player to come up out of nowhere and produce at a high level.
The Cardinals begin the off-season sooner than many expected and with a lot more questions than legitimate answers. Granted, not many thought that they looked like a 95-win team coming out of Spring Training, but after 162 games, they certainly looked like a team that should have won more than 86. If you can get beyond the spectacularly deficient defense, mediocre starting pitching, sketchy bullpen, and heavy reliance on home runs...
St. Louis says goodbye to Matt Holiday thanks to the timing of a Giants win over the Dodgers.
In the unlikely event of a water landing, your seat cushion may be used as a flotation device…or as a weapon to bludgeon someone.
While 2016 hasn’t been a great season for the St. Louis Cardinals with a current record of 70-62, all hope isn’t lost yet