Could free agent Mike Moustakas be a Cardinal in 2018?
Despite the Cardinals’ notable reluctance to make big splashes in free agency, could third baseman Mike Moustakas be the missing piece to take the team to the next level and establish St. Louis as a contender for this season and beyond?
With the signing of Yu Darvish, the Cubs likely have the best rotation in the National League Central. How can the Cardinals keep up?
The best bet to make an impact in the division race would be to change the way the Cardinals use the bullpen. There is an increasing movement
What does Bud Norris bring to the Cardinals Bullpen in 2018?
Today it was announced that the Cardinals signed veteran pitcher Bud Norris. Norris is an eight-year veteran who has been a starter and reliever for many different teams in the National and American Leagues.
This past year he made almost
Cardinals pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training tomorrow. Here is what you need to pay attention to over the next week.
Baseball is finally (almost) back. Even though there are still enough free agents left to make their own spring team, the Cardinals' pitchers and catchers will report to Jupiter,
For the first time in a long time, the Cardinals cannot only depend on Yadier Molina to fulfill their catching needs.
With Yadier Molina publicly stating that he plans to retire when his current contract ends in 2020, the Cardinals need to begin thinking about their future at the Catcher position.
After proving in 2017 that he's over injuries of years past, look for Michael Wacha to finally put it all together in the upcoming season.
Over the last few years, Michael Wacha has struggled with health and longevity after a unique shoulder injury that first appeared in 2014 and resurfaced late
Tommy Pham says he will be a 30/30 hitter in 2018, but how likely is it that he reaches this goal?
Cardinals baseball is almost here. Pitchers and catchers report one week from the time of this writing. Hopefully, an exciting season awaits, and hopefully, the Cardinals make it back to
The Cardinals hope their three new team members can turn around the bullpen for the upcoming 2018 season
Looking back at the disappointing 2017 season, one of the most inconsistent parts of the Cardinals team was the bullpen. The closer position was never fully secured, and the bullpen, in general, blew