Have you noticed just how many ridiculously brilliant pitching performances there have been since the All-Star break?
The St. Louis Cardinals entered the 2012 season with a potent, yet aging, offense that was prone to injuries.
Two weeks ago I decided to write today’s article about the city of St Louis, their baseball team, and their unbearable fans.
New portal on MLB.com editorializes Twitter from hundreds of thousands of up-to-the-moment tweets
The hits, or lack of hits, kept coming last week as the St. Louis Cardinals continued a rough stretch that included becoming the victim of the New York Mets first no-hitter in franchise history.
A great site for prospect watching provides us with some in depth analysis
Now that the Winter Meetings are completed and Cardinal fans can start to digest the moves that have been made up to this point, a very under-the-radar part of the … Read More
Greg Leuthen checks in with his most memorable Cardinals’ game of 2010.
A question was posed to me last week about large contracts and how players do in the first year after signing them. This was, of course, regarding Matt Holliday’s record-setting … Read More