The St. Louis Cardinals still have a good chance to win the NLDS. It won’t be easy, but they are in a good position to do so.
For all that can be said about Matt Holliday, one thing that can’t be taken from him is his flair for the moment. In considering criticism of him, it is as important to measure the body of work, as it is the moment.
It was no secret that the key to winning game five of the National League Division Series would require a strong performance from Adam Wainwright. However, what he ultimately delivered was far more than just that.
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.
FOX Sports broadcaster Tim McCarver uttered those words after David Freese won Game 6 of the 2011 World Series with a walk-off home run in the 12th inning.
Aah, postseason baseball… Everyone’s a little on edge. Professional athletes (even the seasoned ones) get jitters. Fans are barely holding onto their sanity. Winners, losers, adrenaline, infield fly primers…. all … Read More
The St. Louis Cardinals beat the Atlanta Braves in the first ever Wild Card game Friday and are headed to the NLDS to face the Washington Nationals. As significant at that news is, the outcome of the game was unfortunately not the big story of the night.
The St. Louis Cardinals entered the final two series of the 2012 regular season with something to play for: the Second Wild Card, which would assure them a one game playoff—the winner of which goes on to play in the NLDS against the playoff team with the best record.
While talking about the Cardinals, my vocabulary grew. I now know what Mottephobia is.
Cardinals Have Had A Carousel Of Players Fill Critical Position In The Past 5 Years