“We could have had an epic month, but it turned out to just be a decent month,” said first baseman Lance Berkman, still disabled because of a left calf strain.
After nearly a full month of handwringing about starting pitcher Chris Carpenter’s health, the St. Louis Cardinals received the bad news this week that Carpenter will start the season on the disabled list
Without the big bat of former first baseman Albert Pujols in the lineup and five position players over the age of 30, the St. Louis Cardinals desperately need their pitching staff to lead the team, and so far it has.
So far there hasn’t been much of note to come from any Spring Training activities, and that’s a good thing.
After having a bullpen that appeared to be one of the worst in the league less than 12 months ago, the St. Louis Cardinals could go into 2012 with one of the best bullpens in the game.
“I think me being here can only help the process.”
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