Sigh. It’s an off-day for the Cardinals, and off-days suck. Forget ties, off-days are like kissing your sister, and my sister uses way too much tongue.
The worst thing about off-days is that I suddenly feel lost in life, wondering what I’m going to do with the 3, or if you’re
Platinum recording artist Drake once said, "I know when that hotline bling, that can only mean one thing."
If that was any reference to the St. Louis Cardinals bullpen situation this season, then yes, the bullpen has been called upon more often than not.
However when that that bullpen phone rings, not only
To paraphrase Harry Dunn in regards to the Cardinals, Just when I thought you couldn't POSSIBLY get any worse, you go and play a game like that...and TOTALLY REDEEM--wait, never mind. No redemption to be found here. The St. Louis Cardinals bullpen outdid their own futility on Monday night in Washington,
Through four games this season the St. Louis Cardinals have been one frustrating team. The offense has been quiet and the bullpen has let them down with the lone bright spot being the starting rotation. As fans, we have to keep reminding ourselves that a four game stretch like this
The first series of 2017 for your St. Louis Cardinals is in the books.
It's officially time to freak out.
Fans were treated to a walk off win in game one, a fart of a loss in game two, and a bullpen blow up loss in game three.
When all was said in
On Thursday night in Memphis, John Mozeliak took part in a Q&A for paying customers at the Redbird Club in Autozone Park. I went ahead and bought a ticket, traveled to Memphis from St. Louis, recorded the interview, and will now provide you with the transcript. This Q&A touches on
Brett Cecil had an outing on Sunday that can only be described as brutal. The St. Louis Cardinals new $30.5 million reliever allowed 6 runs without recording a single out. I’ve seen a bit of uproar among Cardinals fans over his outing today. I understand that most Cardinals fans haven’t
Within the last week, Vegas released the predicted win totals for each Major League team, including our beloved St. Louis Cardinals.
If you were wondering, 87.5 is the number we clocked in at.
I don't see it, in fact, I put money on it.
You all have read (for those of you have
A new colleague, friend (never even met, but respect the hell out of this guy), and radio man Dan Buffa asked a great question on Twitter the other day.
I honestly forgot about Jonathan Broxton (a.k.a. J.B., Tubbs, the Golden Corral, the Country Kitchen Killer, the Cookie Monster II) until I
It is apparent that the St. Louis Cardinals are comfortable with their roster heading into opening day. Internal solutions will fill the remaining open roles. While my major concern is the lack of outfield depth (sorry Tommy Pham), today my focus is on the bullpen, and specifically Tyler Lyons role