The Cardinals reached an agreement with general manager John Mozeliak to a three-year contract extension last week. Here’s a reflection on the signature moments of his tenure shaping the direction of the team.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ 2012 season and the defense of their World Series Championship begin now.
The late blooming free agent market is beginning to produce contracts, this time in the form of a one year deal between Edwin Jackson and the Washington Nationals.
After having a bullpen that appeared to be one of the worst in the league less than 12 months ago, the St. Louis Cardinals could go into 2012 with one of the best bullpens in the game.
Today, we will take one last look back at 2011.
With $27 million invested and a less than stellar bullpen, Garcia must eat more innings
Patterson is no Rasmus, and he certainly is no Berkman this year. Hopefully the Cardinals don’t have to rely on him being close to either.
The St. Louis Cardinals started their last West Coast(-ish) series of the 2011 season the right way by smashing the Colorado Rockies 10-3 behind another decent outing by Jake Westbrook and four no-hit innings from the bullpen.
Struggling Reliever Hasn’t Taken The Mound In Over A Week
After a slow, disheartening start the Cardinals have not lost a series since rolling into Arizona and taking two of three from the Diamondbacks April 11-13.