With the announcement Sunday that Furcal has been shutdown from all on-field activities, the Caridinals are placed in a position to scramble for answers at shortstop for the long-term, yet in the moment.
All the talk since the All Star break has been how the Kansas City Royals may actually be ready to hit the free agent market for some starting pitching.
The last few days have been game-changers for the St. Louis Cardinals and, really, all of baseball.
The late blooming free agent market is beginning to produce contracts, this time in the form of a one year deal between Edwin Jackson and the Washington Nationals.
It’s likely the Royals will not make any big signings or trades by Spring Training. Some fans may not like it, but it may be the best decision.
The mullet haircut has its own mantra: business in the front, party in the back.
Can the Cardinals fill their bench with a trip down memory lane?
The next eight games are going to be very exciting and hopefully a glimpse of what is to come next year
If you want to identify a date at which the Royals hit rock bottom, look no further than June 6, 2001.
Examining the possible closer options for the Cardinals next season.