Happy Independence Day, Cardinals fans! A time where we summon our inner Bill Pullman (from ID1, not ID2) and drink beer and act free. A time where fireworks are shot into the sky and into people's hands. It's also a good time to pour a whiskey and take a look
During the ESPN broadcast Sunday night, commentator Jessica Mendoza asked an interesting question: "Who is the Matt Holliday on this Cardinals team?"
If there's one thing I know about the 2017 St. Louis Cardinals, it's that this team lacks a definitive lineup threat that has a presence off the field as
I remember the first time I held a live hand grenade.
Not fully realizing how loud the blast was going to be after I threw it, I did realize that what I held in my hand needed to be let go, because the longer I held it, the more potential for
When Dexter Fowler was signed this past offseason, it seemed like a sure thing that he would fit in nicely as the St. Louis Cardinals new leadoff hitter. Coming off of a season with a .393 on-base percentage, it seemed like a perfect fit. Well, 2.5 months into the season,
On April 13th, I wrote a post on 5 stats that were surely to get better. At the time, the Cardinals were 3-6 and off to the worst start in the Mike Matheny era. The club has not really turned things around, but have these individual stats improved? Let's take
The St. Louis Cardinals season would get over quicker, therefore pleasing our supreme galactic timekeeper overlord Rob Manfred. All Hail Manfred.
ESPN will move St. Louis up on the short list for a "30 for 30" entitled "You lost the Rams, now kick yourselves in the balls."
We can all start our
This should be interesting. It has been 18 days since the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs last saw each other at Busch Stadium. The Cardinals came into the series in 1st place in the NL Central, hot off of a 6-0 road trip. The Cubs were scuffling into the
One of the most frustrating parts of the Cardinals' 3-9 start was the struggles of newly-signed Dexter Fowler. Billed in the offseason as the key cog in the relentless offensive machine that was the 2016 Chicago Cubs, Fowler's struggles stood out among a team of struggling offensive players Joe Maddon
The weather is getting warmer, and don't look now, but your St. Louis Cardinals are HOT.
Yes, the bat Birds (trademark pending) are starting to come around, and although they are still hovering around .500, they just made the Atlanta Braves look like school children - even with half of a baseball
After a rainout on Saturday the St. Louis Cardinals looked to sweep what would now be a two game series against the Reds on Sunday. Things seemed to be going as planned as they took a 4-0 lead into the sixth inning. Unfortunately, things unraveled from there.
The Reds were able