The St. Louis Cardinals will be the National League Central Division champions as they enter the playoffs, but where they begin the postseason is still an important mystery.
For the first time in almost a month, the St. Louis Cardinals will enter a series as the division leader in the National League Central.
If we can rely on the television ratings, the fans seem ready for this team to do just that.
The St. Louis Cardinals finished second in the National League in hitting last season, but they also had plenty of stretches when the lineup didn’t score more than two runs, even when the pitching staff threw a great game.
On the surface, it is a depth move; a chance to add a veteran presence to a club that has multiple questions about the condition of its middle infield. However, is there more to it than that?
The St. Louis Cardinals entered Game 5 of the National League Championship Series on Friday up three games to one on the San Francisco Giants, just one win from securing a spot in the World Series.
Cardinals to play at 4:07 pm local time on Friday.
You can’t blame Ned Yost for trying. At least I won’t on this one.
Live by LaRussa and die by LaRussa, but hope is not lost.
Game. Five. (see what I did there?) Last week, I wrote about how saying, reading or hearing the words, “Game five” doesn’t quite carry the same weight at “Game seven”. … Read More