When I began putting together information to write this piece, Carson Kelly was still in Major League camp, and I planned to make the case that he should be starting the season, and spending the majority of it, as the everyday catcher in Memphis.
Then the Cardinals went and optioned him before I
Today was the final day of the 2018 St. Louis Cardinals Winter Warm Up. There were a few less players interviewed today but I think there was more news than any other day. Here are the highlights:
Brett Cecil has started his throwing program a few weeks early. He was
When the Cardinals acquired Max Schrock, the first thing I did was find as much YouTube video of him as I could. I found a lot of tape from the Arizona Fall League, and I compared him to Daniel Descalso on Prospect To Be Named Later. That wasn't what stuck
Welcome back to our countdown of the 100 greatest Cardinals. Today we'll look at players who are ranked from 60 through 56. As always, you can find any of the previous articles in the countdown here.
#60 - Yadier Molina, C (2004-Present, RCG Score 98 + Extra Credit 8 = Total
I'll just let the Moody Blues play me in:
"Listen to the tide slowly turning...wash all our heartaches away...we are part of the fire that is burning...and from the ashes we can build another day."
A fitting sentiment for the recent play of our St. Louis Cardinals. They have very sneakily won
Every week (likely every Friday morning) I’ll post “Buy or Sell” – where I give a thumbs up or thumbs down to various Cardinals trends/topics/musings that are commonly discussed throughout the week.
With that said, let’s get underway for the week of July 9th.
Kolten Wong & Kevin Siegrist to return, while Luke
Colin Garner and Zach Gifford (formerly of the Redbird Daily), co-hosted the UCB podcast on Wednesday. They discussed Yadier Molina and Carlos Martinez at the All-Star Game, Carson Kelly, first half surprises, and the Cardinals' deadline predicament. Take a listen!
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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
The St. Louis Cardinals are searching for any kind of traction on offense. Far from alone, the most notable, and most surprising, struggles on the team have come from should-be catalysts Matt Carpenter and Dexter Fowler. Having two of the most prolific lead-off hitters in baseball over the past few