Pitching, pitching and maybe a little pitching. This is where general manager Dayton Moore earned his paycheck this offseason.
Entering the season, one of the easy strengths for the Cardinals was the bullpen. However, what’s gold doesn’t always glitter, and the bullpen has been remarkably dull in the early season, and already has the team searching for new answers on a daily basis.
One year ago, Cardinal Nation tasted the very definition of bittersweet as the team reveled in its 11th—and inarguably most dramatic and improbable—World Series Championship while also saying goodbye to Tony La Russa and Dave Duncan, the outgoing brain trust of so much on-the-field success over a decade and a half in St. Louis.
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The St. Louis Cardinals confirmed Thursday that Yadier Molina will be the franchise’s catcher for at least the next five seasons, marking the second time the team has kept the best defensive player in the game.
The winningest manager in Cardinals history is going out on top.
An analytic look at how the Royals starting pitching is stacking up in the AL Central.
Wayne Granger was a hard throwing right hander with a devastating sinker. Thanks to a series of unfortunate events, he would spend his best years in Cincinnati as the closer for the Big Red Machine.
It is a serious number…
This rivalry transcends the game on the field. Nothing is off-limits when it comes to St. Louis and Chicago. Which city has the better landmark, the better pizza, the better … Read More