20. Matt Holliday - LF (2009-2016, RCG Score: 185, Extra-Credit: 2.25, Total: 187.25)
I was in a Manassas, Virginia GameStop when the Cardinals traded for Matt Holliday. I had seen Brett Wallace hit at Double-A Springfield, and he truly looked like a ferocious hitter (nevermind that he flung balls into the
St. Louis Cardinals fans are a fickle bunch, demanding a lot from their team on a yearly basis. 2017 hasn't gone as planned, with the Cards four games below .500, and only contending for a playoff spot because the Central Division is a house of cards itself.
The outrage has led
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
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,
First things first: The title of this article is referencing a Todd Rundgren classic, not 2015's most overplayed song by Adele. Shame on you for thinking I would stoop so low. Moving on.
As the Cardinals roll into Yankee Stadium this weekend they will see a very familiar face in the
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
After a 2016 season where the home run was king, the St. Louis Cardinals are searching for a different look to their offense. The losses of Matt Holliday, Brandon Moss and Jeremy Hazelbaker will surely have a big impact on the Cardinals home run total. Instead of replacing those players
Much has been made of the St. Louis Cardinals defense this offseason. The addition of Dexter Fowler should add much more consistency and reliability to the outfield defense. But the biggest defensive upgrade will be caused by the trickle down effect from the Fowler signing. Randal Grichuk will be a
Baseball is a tough man's game. Faint-hearted, weak-willed boys need not apply.
In the annual Major League Baseball draft, less than 35% of those drafted in the first ten rounds actually make it to the big show.
A player not only has to have talent, but a little bit of grit and
Lineup structure has been a widely viewed topic this offseason. Dexter Fowler was signed to add athleticism to a lineup that grew stagnant at times and perpetually base to base. I believe that Fowler was acquired to not only play centerfield, but more importantly to hit in the lead off