St. Louis Cardinals Throwback Thursday: Scott Spiezio

Scott Spiezio St. Louis Cardinals

  The St. Louis Cardinals 2011 championship season was, without question, the single most captivating and exciting postseason run I have seen in my lifetime. Battling out every single game for a month and a half and capping it off […]

Throwback Thursday: Delino DeShields

Delino Deshields St Louis Cardinals

  When I was 8 years old, my uncle gave me a catalog full of toys, clothes, and other knick-knacks for Christmas. He told me to pick one thing out of it and he would buy it for me. I […]

St. Louis Cardinals Bullpen Ready To Soar in 2013

St. Louis Cardinals Relief Pitchers

With spring training games in full swing, the areas of the St. Louis Cardinals roster being most scrutinized at this point are the back end of the rotation and the middle infield. The rest of the roster seems pretty much […]

Free Agent Pitcher Kyle Lohse a Victim of Circumstance in New Free Agent Market

Kyle Lohse St Louis Cardinal

Kyle Lohse couldn’t have seen this coming. Really, no one could. How might anyone imagine that a pitcher coming off a 16-3 season in which he pitched 211 innings to the tune of a 2.86 ERA would receive a big old […]

MLB Rumors: Colorado Rockies, St. Louis Cardinals Discussing Troy Tulowitzki

Troy Tulowitzki Colorado Rockies

The St. Louis Cardinals had one of the quietest off-seasons of any club this winter. With the team returning every player in its starting lineup and one of the most polished pitching classes the organization has ever seen ready to graduate from the minor […]

Throwback Thursday: Brian Jordan

St Louis Cardinals

Today’s post is the beginning of a weekly retrospective I will be doing every Thursday throughout the season, highlighting old Cardinals, I came of age as a St. Louis Cardinals fan in the mid 1990s when the team was in […]

It’s Do Or Die Time For St. Louis Cardinals’ Lefty Jaime Garcia

Jaime Garcia St. Louis Cardinals

  St. Louis Cardinals left-hander Jaime Garcia is a rare talent. It’s not often you can find a southpaw that can blow it by a big league hitter in the mid 90′s, but that’s exactly what Garcia is capable of […]

St. Louis Cardinals’ Oscar Tavares Looks To Get His Feet Wet

Oscar Tavares St. Louis Cardinals

  Prospects come, and prospects go.  Every season, the annual First Year Player Draft is chock full of 18-23 year olds who look like they have the skills, body, and mentality of a franchise cornerstone. The truth is, most prospects […]

St. Louis Cardinals Have Options At Second Base

Kolten Wong St. Louis Cardinals

  One of my favorite parts of Spring Training is the competition between two teammates for a starting role. The matchup of a seasoned veteran and a green-eyed rookie is always a wonderful sub-plot to the start of a season. […]

Spring Training Questions for The St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training

  Alright sports fans, it’s here. The Mayan Prophecy didn’t wipe out America’s past time, nor the rest of civilization as we know it, and we have been granted yet another season of baseball. With pitchers and catchers reporting for […]

The Ghost of Keith Hernandez and the Brilliance of St. Louis Cardinals Fans

Dom Palmubo Keith Hernandez

  In my high school days back in the mid early 2000s, my older brother Jeff used to tell me about one of his favorite local hangout spots, a street in west St. Louis County affectionately known to everyone as […]

Chris Carpenter Was A True Ace

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The term “ace” is thrown around rather loosely these days. Some teams have one, some don’t. Every fan thinks their team has one, but an ace is more than just the guy who starts on opening day (Bruce Chen). It’s […]