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
Stephen Piscotty began his road back to St. Louis Tuesday night with a rehab assignment at AA Springfield. Piscotty had a day off to rest yesterday, and is expected to play tonight and Friday night before being activated. Let's examine the takeaways from Piscotty's opening night in Springfield. He hit
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
Take a deep breath St. Louis Cardinals fans.
For now, your hometown Redbirds are back at .500 after a near sweep of the Toronto Blue Jays.
Despite being the worst defensive team in baseball, anemic on the base paths, and only having two relief pitchers that seem viable right now (Matt Bowman
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
At 3-6, the St. Louis Cardinals are off to their worst start in the Mike Matheny era. We know the Cardinals will not continue to play .333 ball (that would be 54 wins on the season), but how deep of a hole is the club in? Yes, it's too early
After falling to the Reds on Sunday afternoon, the Cardinals record dropped to 2-4. After going toe-to-toe with the Cubs, the Cards looked flat against Cincinnati. They were shut out twice, on Friday and Sunday, and Carlos Martinez was roughed up in his second outing.
The slow start reminded many of
We waited so long for Opening Day, and then were treated to a postseason atmosphere. The game was a battle to the end. Just when we thought we had skirted danger and put the game away, the Cubbies struck back. But the Cardinals didn't let us down and sent us
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
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