It was a day of coming and going for the Cardinals as a franchise on Wednesday. General Manager John Mozeliak announced that the organization was furthering its leadership on the bench with Mike Matheny, while also making official that Chris Carpenter would be retiring from professional baseball as well.
This weekend marks the last weekend for seven more months that we won’t have at least some Major League Baseball to enjoy.
Divorces are never painless. They are always messy, with accusations and hurt feelings, rumors and wounded third parties.
The United Cardinal Blogger Roundtables kick off right here on i70baseball.
Thank you Mike Sweeney for being a great player on some truly awful teams. I hope you call Kansas City your post baseball home because the city would be proud to have you as part of this organization for many years to come.
Looking at the current Royals through the eyes of one of the team’s greats.
Jeff Montgomery returns to the franchise this year.
The future of the back end of the St. Louis Cardinals bullpen is anything but certain.
The Cardinals have been busy arranging their pitching staff already this off-season.
St. Louis and Chicago may be heading in opposite directions, but none of that matters this weekend. The Cubs would like nothing more than to knock the Cardinals from their perch atop of the NL Central.