As another offseason of eye-poppingly large free-agent contracts begins to wind down, the St. Louis Cardinals find themselves in an unfortunate, yet familiar situation as one of their biggest stars heads into the final year of his contract.
The St. Louis Cardinals entered Game 5 of the National League Championship Series on Friday up three games to one on the San Francisco Giants, just one win from securing a spot in the World Series.
On Thursday afternoon, a ninth inning meltdown by the Cardinals bullpen may have cost them a playoff spot. Where does this this one rank among the most disappointing in Cardinals history ? Let’s take a look.
The reasons for the Royals current losing streak all comes down to certain fundamentals that for some reason or another they are failing to execute on the field.
After a rough opening week, the Cardinals head west on an extended road trip. Over the next ten days, the team travels to San Francisco, Arizona and Los Angeles.
After a 15 win season with a 3.78 earned run average, both career bests, the Cardinals decided to lock Lohse up in a contract through 2012.
The biggest hot stove news for the Cardinals has not even began to smolder yet.
Royals catching saw a dramatic turnover following the 2009 season. John Buck had been with the club for six seasons, and Miguel Olivo had seen most of the action in … Read More
The Royals will look for some pride in the American League Central in a series with the Tigers.