In this week’s edition of the Triple Play, I take a look back at how well (poorly?) I fared with my second-half predictions, plus I make some postseason predictions (because why not?), and more
The St. Louis Cardinals have had several players jump toward the front of the National League Most Valuable Player discussion throughout the season, but none of them are likely to win the award once the season is complete.
Let’s just appreciate the greatness we have had the privilege of watching for the past 13 seasons. There will be plenty of time to debate Ichiro’s place in history after he has retired.
There seems to be a trend recently where ballplayers are coming out against PEDs and stating the suspected player should be stripped of an award.
It’s official, the Matt Carpenter experience has worked. And having his bat in the lineup every day has helped the Cardinals go into the All Star Break with the best record in baseball.
Dayton Moore needs no one to tell him that he must move to acquire pitching. He knows it. In fact he’s known it, and has been trying to do just that, for about three years now.
This week, the St. Louis Cardinals found out exactly what a full Major League season of Allen Craig looks like.
Share it with your friends, pile up the votes, it’s time to name the teams for the Regional Title game on the path to deciding the All Time Cardinal Team.
Ken Boyer has a good case for HOF election. The Veterans Committee will consider his candidacy for 2012 enshrinement.
The first half of the 2011 campaign may have the Cardinals in a strong position to finish on top of the division when October arrives.