The St. Louis Cardinals have played as tough of a schedule as any team in Major League Baseball this season.
In this week’s edition of the Triple Play, we look at a Mile High milestone, a team that is going all-in in its quest for postseason baseball and more
As the All-Star break comes into view, we look at a record-setting Rockies outfielder, the end of an error in Kansas City, our weekly Wainwright Walk Watch, and more.
The second half of the Major League Baseball season is still a week away, but St. Louis Cardinals rookie right-handed starting pitcher Shelby Miller is throwing as if the calendar is about to turn to September, not July.
The St. Louis Cardinals have announced that Cardinals RHP Jake Westbrook will make a rehab start for the Springfield Cardinals this Tuesday, June 4.
The St. Louis Cardinals have rolled through the second month of the season with a 20-6 record heading into the final two days of May, but they’ll face much stiffer competition as the calendar turns to June.
The last thing that you’d expect to rule this weekend is pitching, let alone a historical level of it. Yet, the Cardinals did (and fell victim to) just that. There’s three points to how they made that possible.
The St. Louis Cardinals knew rookie right-handed starting pitcher Shelby Miller had talent since they drafted him No. 19 overall in the 2009 draft, but others in baseball questioned if the Houston-native’s maturity level would allow him to succeed at the sport’s highest level.
Baseball’s back. Shake off the rust of the offseason with a guide to spring training, from where the teams play to which prospects to keep your eye on this year.
Eric Hosmer is the latest Kansas City Royal to play in the World Baseball Classic.