Back on May 4th (may the fourth, get it?) I put together a fun comparison of some of our Cardinals players and an accompanying Star Wars character. With Wednesday night being the return of Star Wars Night at Busch Stadium, I decided to revisit the subject. I have included the
After taking the first two games against the New York Mets the St. Louis Cardinals dropped the second two to split the series. It was a disappointing series to say the least. They've split the first two games in Chicago and look to take the rubber match tonight. Here's a
The Cardinals start the seasons second half in Pittsburgh to face the Pirates for three games. Then off to New York for four games against the Mets and finally three more in Chicago to face newly acquired Jose Quintana. Nearly every road-trip the Cardinals take in the second half will all
Unable to build from a series win over the Nationals, the Cardinals managed to lose ground in the division. With Milwaukee winning and possibly looking to add by the deadline, St.Louis has put themselves in a do or die situation before the break. Daniel and Allen discuss another series of
In lieu of this weekend's edition of MeetMeAtMusial. Daniel Shoptaw (@C70) and myself were part of a group of podcast hosts and writers to discuss the first half of the Cardinals' season. Joined by Tara Wellman, Kevin Reynolds, and Holly and Laura of STLCardGals fame, the panel discussed all aspects of the 2017 season. They talked
John Mozeliak has used the term "comfort zone" on several occasions when describing the organizational approach to team improvement. The club has been hesitant to acquire players through trades that have short term contract commitments. This practice has allowed the Cardinals to keep a farm system focused on development and
Michael Wacha's shoulder issues have been one of the most talked about subjects among St. Louis Cardinals fans the past few years. He's always been a good pitcher when healthy, but keeping him healthy has always been a problem. It has seemed like any time there has been a decline
The St. Louis Cardinals announced a flurry of moves today at a previously un-scheduled press conference, as the team we all know and love (through grit and grin) is headed in a new direction.
Whether you liked them or not (I would have to question your logic if you didn't), the
The St. Louis Cardinals are relishing in opportunities, and are now spoiled with options - and a former All-Star named Jhonny Peralta need not apply.
Yes, the man who started at third base and hit clean up to start the season is due any day to return to the big league club
When it comes to the St. Louis Cardinals I often hear people say that they have a lot of good players, but not a star player. This seems like a fair take when looking at their roster. Adam Wainwright is clearly not a star pitcher anymore. We all know what