According to Chris Osborn, a former arbitration lawyer for the St. Louis Cardinals, the Yankees made an offer for Albert Pujols in the 2003-2004 offseason that would have "resulted in more rings" than Pujols alone brought to St. Louis. While Osborn was unable to divulge full details of the proposed trade, here's
The season may be young, but there's already terabytes of data sitting around waiting to be analyzed. MLB's Statcast provides incredibly detailed information that can lead to some surprising conclusions. Let's see how some Cardinals players grade out in the new data. Matt Carpenter's Exit Velocity You don't need to run a
The Cardinals haven't gotten off to an ideal start, which leads many fans to take a look around the division. It might be early to be scoreboard-watching, but it's not too early to check in on the division rivals. Cincinnati Reds (8-5, 1st) Perhaps the biggest surprise in baseball, the Reds have gotten
Yesterday I had the privilege to watch the Cardinals get absolutely walloped by the Cincinnati Reds, and I'm still around to tell my side of the story of the fateful 8-0 beating. In a shocking development, tickets to Sunday's game were markedly cheaper coming straight from Cardinals.com than they were on StubHub.
Opening Day is great. Compared to all of those Cardinals Spring Training games, it definitely matters more. The thing is, it doesn't matter much more than any other regular season game. Some people forget that, and tend to jump to ridiculous conclusions. Let's rewind one year back to Opening Day 2016.
We've got less than one week until Opening Day, and there isn't much left to say/write about the meaningless Cardinals spring training games. Instead, we'll take a peek at the future and make some predictions that will likely look ridiculous in about a month. 10.) Aledmys Diaz wins National League Silver