This week, Jason Heyward was formally introduced as a member of the Chicago Cubs. It was official coronation of what has been viewed as the ultimate ship jumping experience of the Cardinals/Cubs rivalry, and perhaps the most significant jersey swap between the two clubs since Lou Brock and Ernie Broglio changed addresses for each other.
While much of the success that a team has comes from its own preparation, what goes on around them also plays a huge factor. The Cardinals have been among the most successful clubs at concisely addressing their needs this winter, but how has the rest of the National League Central done?
The St. Louis Cardinals will be the National League Central Division champions as they enter the playoffs, but where they begin the postseason is still an important mystery.
Yesterday afternoon, the Cardinals released the details of their schedule for the 2014 season. Here are a few of the highlights and series of note for the upcoming season.
The St. Louis Cardinals have played as tough of a schedule as any team in Major League Baseball this season.
Over the weekend the Philadelphia Phillies parted ways with long time manager Charlie Manuel. Longtime Chicago Cub fan favorite Ryne Sandberg was named as the interim manager of the Fighting Phils.
Craig Robinson is the author behind one of the best infographic style books I have ever read, Flip Flop Fly Ball. Where the book left off, the website took over.
Fox Sports 1 is being positioned to make an immediate impact in all areas of sports broadcasting, as well as taking the fan experience in brand new direction as well. The Fox Sports Girls have come together to promote the new network and are leaving no stone untouched along the way.
Chicago Cubs fans know that their team will always keep them on their toes.
One of the most intriguing teams over the next few weeks will be the Chicago Cubs.