the clear cut Cardinal who stands to benefit the most is Peter Bourjos. With a path clear to an uncontested everyday opportunity, it is the best chance that the speedy glovesmith will likely have to show that what he can completely offer on a daily basis.
Stopping the Boston momentum was the most important job the Cardinals had to do entering game two. And all things considered, there was no better man available to do the job than Michael Wacha.
Down 2-1, and faced with nothing elimination games ahead in their Divisional Series match up with the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Cardinals find themselves in a familiar place.
It was not too long ago that the mere mention of Jon Jay’s name sparked a conversation about every way that he could be replaced. Yet now, he the most unlikely (and occasionally most undesirable) catalyst of the year.
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Each day during the month of February, the United Cardinal Bloggers fire off an email roundtable discussion about all things baseball – from serious talk of lineups and rotations to … Read More
Last season I was introduced to the concept of baseball’s Hot Stove. Baseball talk all winter? Yes, please! ;) So, I spent my first winter cozied up to that stove longing … Read More
I may be the daughter of a preacher, but have never been great at quoting scripture. I can however point you to the scene from “Footloose” where you can hear … Read More
When I got up this morning, I didn’t bother reading any headlines, articles or blogs about the Cardinals because I already knew what they would say. It is what the … Read More
Yesterday I was bragging on darling Jon Jay (you can see the lovefest here) and he responded with an 0-for-4 night, striking out 3 times. Today, I am avoiding any … Read More