The Cardinals have shown they can withstand injuries to just about any position outside of catcher and they should be able to make it through the rest of the season and playoffs without Westbrook.
Prospects and draft picks are becoming things of focus around Major League Baseball over the last few years.
Chicago Cubs fans know that their team will always keep them on their toes.
When the Royals made a splash this off-season by acquiring James Shields and Wade Davis from the Tampa Bay Rays, they figured they were getting two above average Major League pitchers that would solidify their rotation right away.
The St. Louis Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates have rarely played meaningful games against one another after the All-Star Break in the past 20 years, but this year their second-half matchups could be the most intriguing of the year.
The scene at third base for the Cardinals has been an ever changing one in recent years. However, even with David Freese in tow, the club is aware that the page will turn at the spot eventually, and are preparing for it constantly.
The St. Louis Cardinals have been blessed to have two of the best pitchers in Major League Baseball throughout the past seven years. Unfortunately, they rarely got to see that blessing in full effect.
The two sides agree on a two-year contract to avoid arbitration
The Kansas City Royals traded away two high level prospects last night, bringing home a legitimate ace and another strong pitcher.
A deer, supposedly without a red nose, nearly ruined Christmas for David Freese, the St. Louis Cardinals and their fans.