There has been a common theme this offseason when the conversation turns to newly added Marcell Ozuna. It goes along the lines of, "He COULD be a force in the middle of the lineup, IF his 2017 was for real," or "It all depends on whether we're getting 2017 or
In this episode of the podcast,, Rusty and Adam take a lot at the pitchers for the 2018 St. Louis Cardinals as they prepare to begin Spring Training.
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If this were an episode of Friends, it might be titled "The One Where Rusty Disses His Own Formula."
If it were Always Sunny, it could be "The Gang Blows Up Their Rankings."
Considering that I'm seeking to put a decisive cap on the whole experiment, Seinfeld may have called this episode
At long last, we have reach the final spot on our offseason countdown. No doubt, the top two spots have been met with some controversy -- perhaps a questioning look or a short, sweet "bull****" -- upon seeing Stan Musial listed at #2, and not #1. Now, the debate is
In this episode we discuss the position players for the 2018 St. Louis Cardinals.
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Adam was on the scene at last weekend's Winter Warm-Up and in this episode, he and Rusty talk over the topics that came out of it; including comments from John Mozeliak, Yadier Molina, Tommy Pham and many more Cardinals.
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There were several things that did not turn out in the St. Louis Cardinals favor during 2017. The team was reliant on the ascension of Randal Grichuk and Stephen Piscotty. The latter regressed. The former, while a good and useful player, did not become the fixture as hoped. Adam Wainwright
We continue to roll on through the top 10 of our 100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals. With Spring Training just a few weeks away, baseball's return is near. But first, let's reveal player #9 on our list.
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We're very excited to be moving into the top 12 of our countdown. Not just because these are the greatest St. Louis Cardinals of all-time, but because it means we are getting that much closer to Spring Training. Now, if you haven't been following along, or maybe you missed an
Our list of the Greatest St. Louis Cardinals rolls on.
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But let's talk about Mr. Cooper first.
#14 - Mort Cooper, SP (1938-45, RCG