It's all the same, only the names will change. Every day, it's seems the Cards are wasting away...versus lefties, at least. It's become normal, and expected, that when the Cardinals face a lefthanded pitcher the results probably aren't going to be very good. We can't explain it. The hitters change,
The rising frustration level with the 2018 St. Louis Cardinals -- which carried over from the 2017 team, which carried over from the 2016 team -- has reached a point where die-hard and smart fans are now entertaining the idea of a complete rebuild. Tear it down. Start from scratch. Tank,
Picture the scene. The Cardinals have a runner on 3rd Base with less than 2 outs. The batter hits a groundball on the infield. The runner immediately breaks for home, challenging the infielder to make the perfect play. He does. The throw home is good and the runner is out.
It's been a rough season for Dexter Fowler. Heading into the game on June 13th, Dexter's batting average sits at a dismal .172. With an equally miserable .196 BABIP, the man literally cannot buy a hit. He is one of 4 major contributors to the lineup that opened the season
Every winter the outcry is for the owners to open up the wallet and spend. Believe it or not, they have. It just hasn’t worked out very well. The most recent signings of Brett Cecil, Greg Holland and Dexter Fowler have not had the greatest of returns.
On this episode, we talk poor performance, lats, bullpen, bullpen, and more bullpen. Come along for the ride.
Credits: Intro: Audio - "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" (FOX), Music - The Heat is On by Glenn Frey; Outro: Don't Do Me Like That by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
On this episode of the podcast, we talk over the disappointing aspects of the St. Louis Cardinals, from the offense to the bullpen. Touching on the most recent news and mixing in a few fun segments to break up the negativity.
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There’s been an awakening...have you felt it? Kind of? A little bit? After sleeping in Pittsburgh, the Cardinals managed to wake up against the White Sox before the other team from Chicago comes to town. But I’m not here to talk about the Cardinals. Well, not like that at least.
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
Cubs 8, Cardinals 5
W: Jon Lester (2-0) L: Luke Weaver (2-1) S: Brandon Morrow (3)
Luke Weaver didn’t have the magic this time, as his career ERA against the Cubs ballooned to 13.09. The first hit he allowed was a triple to Javier Baez, and from there it was