St.Louis Cardinals: Grichuk hitting crash course would benefit Aledmys Diaz

 Aledmys Diaz has regressed severely in the first half of 2017.  While a sophomore slump was to be expected, the results are alarming.  Diaz was lauded last year for his ability to adjust his approach quickly to combat the advanced scouting reports.  That ability has been lacking this year. Diaz

St.Louis Cardinals: Winning is winning

Brett Cecil throwing in Spring Training

The Phillies are a very bad baseball team, we were witness to this two weeks ago when they came into St.Louis.  Philadelphia has won 11 of their last 50 games. This is what a rebuild looks like and its not pretty. The Cardinals have to take advantage of these opponents.

St.Louis Cardinals: Any hope remaining for 2017?

While much of the attention has turned toward selling assets and planning for the future, the second half of this season still remains. Last night was the beginning of a twenty game in twenty day slate to finish the first half.  Starting with the series in Philadelphia, the Cardinals have

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