St.Louis Cardinals: Simply unacceptable baseball

The end of the first road trip in 2017 finished just like first home stand: Another uninspiring loss where the team looked more prepared to board the charter than avoid a series sweep. An unenthusiastic, apathetic, and downright complacent team has shrugged its shoulders and made the early part of

St. Louis Cardinals: Reversal of fortune

Brett Cecil throwing in Spring Training

The St. Louis Cardinals finally had a bit of good fortune Wednesday, beating Washington ace Max Scherzer. The good feelings the club felt after Opening Day were eroded by bad baseball over the next seven games. Beating Scherzer behind a fantastic start from Mike Leake my be the win needed

Opening Day: Ultimate Baseball Tradition

For, lo, the winter is past, The rain is over and gone The flowers appear on the Earth The time of the singing of birds is come And the voice of the turtle is heard in our land. The legendary Ernie Harwell led off with this poem before the first broadcast of Tigers baseball season

St.Louis Cardinals: Visiting the affiliates

This is without a doubt the greatest time of the year. We have the Final Four on Saturday and Opening Night is to follow on Sunday. Spring Training is wrapping up and the Cardinals will head north to visit a couple of the minor league affiliates. "Walking in Memphis" Certainly a trip