Last night, I took my place at the microphone for the UCB Radio broadcast and spent a half an hour talking baseball to the masses.
This week’s edition of the Triple Play is a change-up: instead of looking back at the previous week, we look ahead and make some predictions for the rest of the season
The St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs began the newest chapter in one of sport’s greatest rivalries on Tuesday. In the end, the Cardinals survived their brush with their oldest rivals, and still sit with the best record in baseball.
As our look around the Cardinals’ system, from the roof to the basement continues, we’ll move onto catcher, where the club is in a familiar situation. So what is the scenario behind Yadi? And is the future potentially as certain as the immediate past and present has been?
I am not sure I have encountered a Major League Hall Of Famer that can work a crowd and a room better than Lou Brock.
Amid the confusion emanating from a lineup card snafu, catcher Yadier Molina’s dramatic, game-tying two-run homer in the ninth inning Monday night was somewhat lost in the shuffle.
BREAKING NEWS: Yadier Molina is not Albert Pujols.
Thirteen active players on each of the two rosters share a jersey number.
The Cardinals’ offense has been discussed at length this season, it is time to break down the players P3 (points per pound) and see just who measures up in a “Bang Per Hunk” theory.
The Cardinals send five players to the All Star Game, what can they expect from those team standouts for the remainder of the season?