This week, we look at a Red-hot outfielder, a National disaster of a starter, and more (including our weekly Wainwright Walk Watch).
The Spring roundtable comes to i70.
No aspect of the 2012 Cardinals comes with more questions than the middle infield, where one position has no clear starter and one has a veteran with something to prove. … Read More
There is only one rule I keep in mind when I write.
It was on August 15th, 2010 that the Cardinals began to fall away from the division. Will history repeat itself?
August 10, 2010 was Jason LaRue‘s last day on a Major League field. Most know the story: a fight that was incited by comments from Brandon Phillips the night before … Read More
Last Year, St. Louis Was On The Winning End Of Sweep, Then Drastically Faltered
After this three game series in Chicago, the Cardinals will travel to Cincinnati for a weekend set against the Reds. Now that Johnny Cueto has been activated from the disabled … Read More
A volitale rivalry is revisited tonight at Busch. The team at Cards Droppings gives us a preview.
When it came time for Major League Baseball to punish Johnny Cueto for ending the career of Jason La Rue, the Roseboro incident was cited as a precedent for their ruling. In the first of a two part series, we will take a look back at that infamous moment in baseball history.