Bud Selig’s Retiring is Timely, But His Legacy Will Live On
Bud Selig

It’s about time Bud Selig steps down from the helm of the MLB. He’s done a lot of good for the sport, but a lot of questionable things as well. As the ninth Commissioner of MLB, he will be remembered as […]

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ST. LOUIS CARDINALS

Kolten Wong

One of the more interesting developments of the St. Louis Cardinals‘ victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night was the arrival, finally, of veteran Mark Ellis at 2B. After the game, in which Ellis knocked in two without benefit of […]

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Lance Lynn St. Louis Cardinals

SP Lance Lynn has experienced a rather unusual beginning to his 2014 season. Despite sporting a hefty 6.55 ERA in his first two starts, the St. Louis Cardinals starter somehow managed to record the win in both games. On Monday night against […]

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Michael Wacha

So far, the 7-5 St. Louis Cardinals look nothing like the RISP-dominant edition of a year ago. The club is scoring runs in spurts and is unable to develop consistency at the plate. This is not uncommon early in a […]

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Mike Matheny

At a crucial moment in extra innings of the game last night vs the Chicago Cubs, St Louis Cardinals‘ manager Mike Matheny had a chance to send a message to some of his young players. He sent the wrong one. […]

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Matt Holliday

The St. Louis Cardinals‘ Matt Holliday is a model of professionalism and consistency. If you were designing a computer program and decided you wanted to create a perfect personality for a virtual baseball player, Holliday may be your template. Known […]

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Lance Lynn

The Cincinnati Reds are 2-6. The team has had poor starts before and gone on to success, but this situation must be painfully frustrating. Frustrating mainly because in two games against the St. Louis Cardinals that Lance Lynn has started, […]

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Steve Mitchell-USAToday

If the first week of the season has shown us anything, it is that the Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals may be on the verge of a long-term rivalry. Though last season was thought by many to be a […]

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David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports

St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Matt Adams somewhat slimmed down over the offseason, which is probably a good thing. He may get even trimmer over the course of the 2014 season, as shortstop Jhonny Peralta makes him bend and stretch for […]

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Carlos Martinez

Cincinnati Reds utility man supreme Chris Heisey knew to look fastball. It was not as if he had a chance to hit Carlos Martinez‘s slider. Heisey overcame five St. Louis Cardinals infielders and cracked a single through to win the […]

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