The 10 Most Disappointing Cardinals Losses – Ten Through Six
Sep25

The 10 Most Disappointing Cardinals Losses – Ten Through Six

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.

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Theriot And Tallet
Dec01

Theriot And Tallet

The Cardinals acquire Ryan Theriot and Brian Tallet in a pair of moves.

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Potential Free Agent Acquisitions For St. Louis
Sep17

Potential Free Agent Acquisitions For St. Louis

What a disappointing season it has been. One of the most frustrating of recent memory, and I don’t think I’m going out on a limb with that one. The roster has been battered with injuries and sub-par performances seem to be the norm with this team. There’s no doubt Mozeliak will have his hands full this offseason, as it seems like the more games we play, the more needs we uncover. You know your team’s season is...

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The ups and downs of June
Jul03

The ups and downs of June

For the Cardinals, June was the best of times: last Tuesday’s 8-0 romp over the Diamondbacks when Albert hit two homers, Adam Wainwright’s two-hit complete game shutout over the Brewers (also an 8-0 win) and Matt Holliday’s resurgence when he was moved to No. 2 in the batting order. June also was the worst of times: that horrendously long loss to the D-Backs on Wednesday when they left 14 men on base, the sweep by the Dodgers in Los...

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The Rollercoaster Ride of May
Jun04

The Rollercoaster Ride of May

A little late, due to some technical difficulties* After having a terrific first month of the season, May was a little bit tougher to take. Losing a 5-game division lead? Swept by the last-place Astros while home at Busch Stadium? That struggling offense, and being shut out four times? Yes, it all happened – but as the month ended, the Cardinals were tied with the Reds for first place, heating up hitting-wise and on the plus side with...

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