Outfielder-turned-second-baseman Skip Schumaker and outfielder Allen Craig will find their way to the disabled list and the roster spots will be filled by Mark Hamilton and Nick Punto.
The Cardinals add a pair of pitchers.
It is 2011 and the Cardinals need to fill a list of resolutions if they plan on succeeding this year.
The group of Cardinals that patrolled shortstop might not have been an offensive threat, but there are some things that cannot be replaced.
The 2010 Year In Review series reaches a revolving door at third base for the St. Louis Cardinals.
We’re trying something new here on CDD – a Monday morning roundtable, covering a different question to kick off the beginning of every week. You’ll see answers from us and … Read More
Fact: There is something wrong with the 2010 Cardinals. This season has gone horribly wrong. It is more than just bad luck, more than an injury-prone roster. Yet nowhere have … Read More
A note from Ang… Are the boys going to make a run at a playoff spot? They continue their absolutely baffling ways of beating good teams and losing to bad … Read More
The effectiveness of the skipper has run its course. According to Justin Hulsey, it is time for a change at the helm of the Cardinals’ ship.
The Cardinals’ offense has been discussed at length this season, it is time to break down the players P3 (points per pound) and see just who measures up in a “Bang Per Hunk” theory.