Over the last week, the Cardinals have made two moves that have locked up and solidified the left side of the infield for years to come.
Adam Wainwright has been down the road laid out in front of Matt Harvey. By following the road map laid out by the Cardinals’ ace, Harvey may find some solace.
The New York Yankees’ outfielder, Ichiro Suzuki, reaches an amazing plateau last night.
I am well aware that the headline to this article puts me in the minority and will cause me to face the ire of Cardinal Nation, but I cannot help it.
St. Louis Cardinal fans are seemingly obsessed over former players.
The St. Louis Cardinals entered this off season with a glaring need: Adam Wainwright’s contract will expire after this season.
St. Louis Cardinal fans and beat writers jumped quickly to the conclusion that Shelby Miller was “out of the competition” for a spot in the opening rotation due to reported shoulder stiffness on Wednesday.
The Seattle Mariners extended Felix Hernandez’s contract on Thursday and many St. Louis Cardinal fans reacted quickly, feeling Adam Wainwright’s price tag just went up. The problem with that thought is simple, Hernandez is no Wainwright, he’s much, much better.
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.
Every time the Cardinals win a game, fans now have a new way to make a difference in the world.