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,
Watching the St. Louis Cardinals offense strike out like crazy through the first two weeks of the season has been frustrating. I get it. What we have to remember, though, is that crazy things can happen in small sample sizes. Thirteen games is just not enough to look at any
In just about six weeks the St. Louis Cardinals will be headed to Jupiter for Spring Training. We've made it past the halfway point in the offseason, yet there is still a ton of work to be done throughout baseball. The Cardinals have addressed the biggest weakness in the 2017
With the St. Louis Cardinals 2017 season in the rear view mirror, mercifully, there has already been a ton of speculation about what the Cardinals' front office should do to bolster their roster for a playoff run in 2018. According to Derrick Goold's piece in this Sunday's St. Louis Post
Most St. Louis Cardinals fans seems to agree at this point that the team is lacking a middle of the order hitter. The type of player that can consistently hit with power and drive in runs. Jedd Gyorko was doing a decent job hitting cleanup for most of the season
Greetings, Cardinal Nation. Grab a drink and pull up a chair, because it is time for reflection and deflection with the baseball team that hangs their hat on the Arch.
The St. Louis Cardinals are in the midst of another painful stretch of baseball, redefining what it means to tiptoe across
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
As we approach the end of the 4-6 week timetable that John Mozeliak set for the St. Louis Cardinals back in June, this team is still sort of stuck in limbo. They are still 6.5 games back in the NL Central and 7.5 games back of the second wild card
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
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