Long-time beat writer and columnist Joe Strauss died at the age of 54 at the end of a battle with leukemia. Strauss was a distinct voice for the Cardinals’ historic run throughout the past 15 years, providing an honest –and oft-divergent from the norm perspective.
Journalist and television personality Bryan Burwell died on Thursday, But his impact on this young writer will more than stand the test of time.
As spring training winds down for the Cardinals, most of their roster decisions have been made. One of the key positions that seemed to demand attention was second base.
The St. Louis Cardinals, who have found themselves actively involved in the market for shortstops around the league over the last few seasons, suddenly find themselves with a player to offer to the market.
Oscar Taveras, one of the St. Louis Cardinals’ top prospects, was supposed to be competing for a spot on the 2014 major league roster at this point in the spring.
It sure didn’t take long for Kevin Slaten and Jack Clark to open up the doors to controversy on the new 920 AM.
In this week’s Triple Play, we look at some of the players who are being bandied about in trade rumors, plus a few players who SHOULD be traded, along with our weekly Wainwright Walk Watch.
The St. Louis Cardinals, according to many sources, seem to be searching for starting pitching.
The St. Louis Cardinals have used three weeks of spring training to find their likely middle infielders for the upcoming season, but one big decision remains as to who will take the fifth spot in the starting rotation.
In a spring training that has included worries about contract negotiations and the health of starting pitchers, the stability of a right elbow ligament for a position player could be the St. Louis Cardinals’ biggest problem as games get underway.