This week, we’re looking back at the gems the Cardinals’ pitched against the Rockies this weekend, a marquee outfielder who can’t get going, and more.
The last thing that you’d expect to rule this weekend is pitching, let alone a historical level of it. Yet, the Cardinals did (and fell victim to) just that. There’s three points to how they made that possible.
Omaha moves on to the championship game while Northwest Arkansas heads home.
How to lose while throwing a no-hitter.
With the Cardinals about to take on R.A Dickey and his knuckleball, it is a good time to take a look back at a wild one from 1967. It has big name players doing big things. It had role players figuring in the outcome of the game. And it has plays so strange that you had to be there to believe them.
You know what’s no fun to watch? Drying paint, growing grass, and blowouts.
The Cardinals won’t face Tim Lincecum this trip.