A Cardinals Tune: Friends in the Front Office

There have been three things this season so far has made me want to do… drink, cry, and listen to country music. Thankfully Garth Brooks recorded “Friends in Low Places” so long ago. I gave this country gem a Cardinals theme below. In case your ears have never been blessed

St Louis Cardinals: Day Off

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

The Matheny: If Poe was a Cards Fan

Once upon a midnight dreary, while Mozeliak pondered, weak and weary, Over many a historic and storied volume of Cardinal lore, While he nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping, As if someone was gently rapping, rapping at his office door. “Tis some scout”, he muttered, “tapping at my office door, only this,

What the Cardinals Learned form the Phillies

Large payrolls are becoming a common place in baseball as 12 MLB teams have total payrolls over $150 million. Over the past two decades teams have been throwing money at ball players convincing themselves that it is a worthwhile investment. A lot of the time these mega contracts fall flat

St. Louis Cardinals: Bold Predictions For 2017

Randal Grichuk

One of my favorite things about following baseball writers over the years has always been seeing their predictions. Even better than that is recapping them at the end of the year to see how many were right. Now that I've got a platform to share my thoughts, I figured I'd

St. Louis Cardinals: Extending Yadier Molina

Yadier Molina

For thirteen years, Yadier Molina has been the one constant in the St. Louis Cardinals organization. From gold/platinum glove play behind the plate to clutch and timely hitting, Yadi has become one of the most beloved Cardinals in the team’s rich history. With 2017 being his last year under contract