In the winter of 2014 Jhonny Peralta had just finished his first season as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals. It was a very successful season as he posted a 5.3 fWAR and looked like one of the best shortstops in the league. Fresh off of signing a 4
"A person, thing, or situation that can at any moment cause much havoc or result in a disastrous outcome."
If you've been following the St. Louis Cardinals through their first nine games this season that definition probably brings one thing to mind. Matt Adams in left field. The definition of course,
Through four games this season the St. Louis Cardinals have been one frustrating team. The offense has been quiet and the bullpen has let them down with the lone bright spot being the starting rotation. As fans, we have to keep reminding ourselves that a four game stretch like this
Each time that Jon Lester has gone to the mound the past couple years has had a bit of a sideshow. At this point, it's no secret that he has trouble throwing the ball to the bases. This should obviously be a huge problem because controlling the running game is
One of my favorite things about following baseball writers over the years has always been seeing their predictions. Even better than that is recapping them at the end of the year to see how many were right. Now that I've got a platform to share my thoughts, I figured I'd
Plenty has been written this offseason about whether the St. Louis Cardinals should sign Yadier Molina to a contract extension. I don’t get the sense that many people, if anyone, want to see Yadi go. I certainly don't want to see him go, but one thing that has been bugging
Anyone who has been following the St. Louis Cardinals spring training this season should be familiar with the name Paul DeJong. The 23 year old infielder has been opening some eyes so far this spring. DeJong leads the team with 35 at-bats and has 2 home runs while slashing .257/.297/.486.
The St. Louis Cardinals signed Dexter Fowler with hopes of solidifying the defense and improving the teams overall athleticism. Us fans have learned very quickly though that he brings so much more than that to the table. We all knew that he is a very good leadoff hitter. He will
Brett Cecil had an outing on Sunday that can only be described as brutal. The St. Louis Cardinals new $30.5 million reliever allowed 6 runs without recording a single out. I’ve seen a bit of uproar among Cardinals fans over his outing today. I understand that most Cardinals fans haven’t
I’ll never forget December 1st, 2015. I got a notification on my phone, David Price had agreed to a deal with the Boston Red Sox. This didn’t strike me as surprising. I had heard the Cardinals were interested in him, but I just assumed I was dreaming like I do