St. Louis Cardinals Must Address Bullpen Or Risk Falling Out Of Contention

Jason Motte

As hard to believe as it may be for St. Louis Cardinals fans, a team can score a low amount of runs and still contend, and in fact, even win a championship. A team can have stellar pitching and defense […]

St. Louis Cardinals Show Many Signs Of Life Despite Loss

Kolten Wong

Fans walking out of Busch Stadium could be forgiven for being disgruntled following the St. Louis Cardinals‘ 7-4 loss to the New York Yankees on Wednesday night. For one thing, the lineup seemed illogical, what with Matt Adams and Jhonny […]

St. Louis Cardinals’ OF Prospect James Ramsey Has A Swing Like Mickey Mantle

SC10 James Ramsey

Every so often in the midst of your research you find something jaw dropping. Beyond the mundane five-tool wonders and somewhere in the far reaches of hypedom lies a certain rare jewel — a discovery so exciting, so breathtaking, that […]

St. Louis Cardinals Need To Call Up Tim Cooney To Solidify Bullpen

Tim Cooney has quickly developed in the minor leagues and his solid command will have him in the majors in the near future. (Steve Mitchell - USA Today Sports)

The St. Louis Cardinals learned some things about themselves in their loss Monday to the New York Yankees – the club desperately misses Kevin Siegrist. Siegrist is a lefty with a 97 mph fastball, a rare commodity from the left side […]

St. Louis Cardinals’ Peter Bourjos Has Ill-Timed Stomach Virus, Likely To Be Shipped Out

Peter Bourjos

St. Louis Cardinals‘ Peter Bourjos has not had the best of starts to the season, but he has still managed to contribute in several ways. First he has been as expected, a dynamo with the glove. Posting a Baseball Reference […]

Adam Wainwright Capable of Carrying St. Louis Cardinals to Pennant

Adam Wainwright throwing

Sunday night in Cincinnati, the St. Louis Cardinals learned once again, for the umpteenth time, just how valuable Adam Wainwright is, as his performance continued to show that not only is Wainwright a Cy Young favorite, but perhaps even an […]

St. Louis Cardinals: Is Shane Robinson Pushing Matt Adams Out of a Job?

Shane Robinson

If you have been reading this space, you know that for some time I have speculated that if and when St. Louis Cardinals prospect Oscar Taveras ever comes up, one of either Allen Craig or Matt Adams will be benched, or […]

St. Louis Cardinals’ Star-in-Wait Oscar Taveras Has Major Problems That Are Not His Fault

Oscar Taveras

The St. Louis Cardinals have talented prospects with problems, largely because the Cardinal brass have painted their Redbird tails into a corner with regards to the PR they spew about their prospects. Whether it is breathless talking about the bat […]

St. Louis Cardinals Face A Test of Momentum On The Road

Jaime Garcia stands on mound

The St. Louis Cardinals, fresh off of a 7-2 homestand, hit the road for a weekend set with the Cincinnati Reds looking to solidify the team’s hold on second place and continue its charge for first. For the Reds’ part, […]

St. Louis Cardinals Manager Mike Matheny Has To Quit Experimenting In Late Innings

Mike Matheny

The St. Louis Cardinals can be said to have won Wednesday’s game against the Arizona Diamondbacks with a combination of grit and luck. It can also be said that by the club won by overcoming its own manager, Mike Matheny. […]

St. Louis Cardinals Forgotten Hero Series Edition 1: Glenn Brummer

St. Louis Peter G. Aiken-USA TODAY Sports

One of the things that makes baseball so great is that a legacy can be left in a lifetime of accomplishment or a moment of courage. For former St. Louis Cardinal Glenn Brummer, it is the latter he is remembered […]

St. Louis Cardinals: Mechanics Leading To Control Problems For Trevor Rosenthal

Trevor Rosenthal

One of the maddening nuggets of wisdom from the St. Louis Cardinals‘ loss to the Atlanta Braves on Sunday was the notion that current close Trevor Rosenthal was too tired to close for the fourth straight game. Firstly, Rosenthal wants to be a […]