In this week’s edition of the Triple Play, I take a look back at how well (poorly?) I fared with my second-half predictions, plus I make some postseason predictions (because why not?), and more
A day after major changes for both franchises, the Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Mets completed a trade that alters the remainder of the season for both.
The Cardinals, returning back home after completing their first sweep of the season, experienced another set of firsts this weekend, of the less positive variety. But before the Cardinal rebound effort comes to the forefront, here’s a look back at three points to take from the series that was.
The Pittsburgh Pirates today clinched their 20th consecutive losing season, a mark that surpasses even the futility of our Kansas City Royals.
The six-hour, 19-inning marathon that took place on Sunday was just another kink in the chain that is the 2012 St. Louis Cardinals’ season.
Finally, Ned Yost will have an opportunity for the Royals to bunt in game situations. Oh, wait.
We are halfway through the 2011 season, and the Pittsburgh Pirates are tied for 2nd place, with a record of 41-39 going into Friday.
Today, Joe White takes a look at what lies ahead for the Cardinals as they take on the Pirates.
St. Louis returns home in need of a big push but will the roster look different by Sunday’s finale with the Pirates?