Last night, I took my place at the microphone for the UCB Radio broadcast and spent a half an hour talking baseball to the masses.
As the All-Star break comes into view, we look at a record-setting Rockies outfielder, the end of an error in Kansas City, our weekly Wainwright Walk Watch, and more.
I have always been flummoxed by Matt Holliday.
This week, we examine an ace lefty, a couple of Giant pitchers who are anything but, a pitcher rebounding nicely from a horrific injury, and more.
St. Louis Cardinal fans are seemingly obsessed over former players.
Adams is in such a groove right now he has the look of a hitter who could hit almost any pitch out of the ballpark.
The Cardinals opened their home season with the usual rolling out of the red carpet with Clydesdales, Hall of Famers and currently conquering heroes, as well as a touching look back at the impact of Stan Musial. But before setting sites on the upcoming series with the Milwaukee Brewers in town, here’s three points to walk away from the just finished 3-game set with the Reds.
Of all positions in the Cardinals system, first base is perhaps the one that developed the most unexpectedly. But how will the future play out overall at the position? And will the surplus of talent lead to moves being made at spot, or will other issues make the team gun shy about jumping to any conclusions still?
The 2012 Cardinals fought through much of May and June without the likes of Jon Jay, Skip Schumaker, Lance Berkman and Matt Carpenter.
The St. Louis Cardinals made several changes to their coaching staff this week before free agency gets started.