While much of the success that a team has comes from its own preparation, what goes on around them also plays a huge factor. The Cardinals have been among the most successful clubs at concisely addressing their needs this winter, but how has the rest of the National League Central done?
In this week’s Triple Play, we look at the best all-around player in baseball, the best rookie in baseball, a retiring Rockie, and more
Lynn’s spot in the rotation should be safe regardless of his struggles.
The St. Louis Cardinals have played as tough of a schedule as any team in Major League Baseball this season.
St. Louis Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak made his first and only trade of the season Friday when he got right-handed reliever John Axford from the Milwaukee Brewers.
BREAKING – The St. Louis Cardinals have acquired John Axford from the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for a player to be named later, according to Kary Booher of the Springfield News Leader.
The Cardinals have shown they can withstand injuries to just about any position outside of catcher and they should be able to make it through the rest of the season and playoffs without Westbrook.
The moments of brilliance for St. Louis Cardinals third baseman David Freese come in flashes.
The St. Louis Cardinals have unquestionably played their worst baseball of the season the past three weeks, going 4-11 against the four best teams in the National League, but that rough stretch could be a large dose of the medicine the team needs to be ready for the playoffs.
Earlier today we brought to light the extreme support Aaron Rodgers showed Ryan Braun during the initial reports of Braun using performance enhancing drugs. It appears that Rodgers plans to distance himself from that support now.