For many years the Cardinals built their major league club through trades or free agency rather than with players the team drafted and developed in its own system.
The Royals AAA affiliate finds itself heading to the playoff in the Pacific Coast League.
Where did this come from? The Angels and the White Sox looked slightly puzzled this week facing a revamped Royals team. This is definitely not the team from a year ago.
Then this morning I found out the Royals made another quality move, resigning Jeff Suppan to a minor league deal.
The top five headlines I expect to see in 2011.
Jeff Suppan may have played his final game for the Cardinals, here is a look at what he accomplished wearing the Birds On The Bat.
As the St. Louis Cardinals closed out a somewhat disappointing 2010 season against the Colorado Rockies, a group of unsuspecting hurlers found themselves chasing a bit of fascinating Cardinals history. Jake Westbrook, Kyle Lohse and Jeff Suppan held the Rockies scoreless over the last three games, until Dexter Fowler led off the 8th inning with a solo home run off Fernando Salas, ending the consecutive scoreless inning streak at 30 1/3. One pitch away from three consecutive shutouts against the same team. Has this ever happened before in Cardinals history ?
What a disappointing season it has been. One of the most frustrating of recent memory, and I don’t think I’m going out on a limb with that one. The roster … 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 may need to win two of three to keep pace with the Reds this weekend, but does the situation dictate they can?