St. Louis Cardinals: An Early Season Audit of the Offseason Trades

This past offseason was a relatively busy one for our St. Louis Cardinals. While overall it seemed to drag throughout baseball, the Cardinals were one of the most active teams. Whether or not they acquired your preferred targets is completely separate debate, but no one can describe the winter as

The Cardinals Offense Is Showing Signs of Being Elite

Fowler's slam was just the latest good thing to happen for the St. Louis Cardinals

Watching the St. Louis Cardinals offense strike out like crazy through the first two weeks of the season has been frustrating. I get it. What we have to remember, though, is that crazy things can happen in small sample sizes. Thirteen games is just not enough to look at any

Examining Shortstop Options Beyond DeJong

The shortstop position has long been difficult to fill on a permanent basis for the Cardinals. Names such as Ryan, Furcal, Kozma, Peralta have quickly come and gone. Among the Cardinals transactions this offseason was the extension of shortstop Paul DeJong. If things pan out as hoped, he will serve

St. Louis Cardinals: Demoting Carson Kelly was the Right Move

When I began putting together information to write this piece, Carson Kelly was still in Major League camp, and I planned to make the case that he should be starting the season, and spending the majority of it, as the everyday catcher in Memphis. Then the Cardinals went and optioned him before I