St. Louis Cardinals: A Tale of Two Offenses

Matt Carpenter

In their last 20 games (5-15), the St. Louis Cardinals' offense has been awful. In that span, their team average is third-worse in baseball at .224. Only the Phillies and Padres have been worse. They aren't making up for it with power, either. They've hit only 16 home runs, and

St. Louis Cardinals: Ditch Nostalgia, Go With Results

Nostalgia Matheny

Shape up or ship out ladies and gentlemen - the holiday weekend is over, time for your patriotic nostalgia to end. For all of us not named Mike Shannon, we actually might have a job this morning to get to. FTR - Shannon probably still has a job, but THAT RANT THOUGH... I am 100% certain

St. Louis Cardinals Need a June Trade (And Other Thoughts)

Giancarlo Stanton would be impressive trade acquisition for St. Louis Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals offense is lacking. Some hitters are lacking in discipline, while others lack base running skills. And although they seem to have enough pieces in place - based on track records - they are lacking power overall. Put these things together and, most nights, it leads to

St. Louis Cardinals: Week 7 Prospect Awards

Every Saturday (and some Fridays when my schedule isn't as busy) until the end of the minor league season we will present you with the awards for the past weeks top pitcher and position player at each affiliate. We will include a capsule at the end of each list on

St. Louis Cardinals: With Adams Gone, Who is Next?


If you were paying attention over the weekend to anything St. Louis Cardinals baseball (a friend of mine did not realize the news until this morning), you noticed the Birds on the Bat traded a man to the Atlanta Braves. That man was Matt Adams.  Yes, despite the rapid weight loss, and an outfield