It's certainly hasn't been the easiest of seasons, 2017. But do this years woes tell of a darker future?
The Red Birds are en route to missing the Postseason for consecutive years for just the second time in the 21st century. However, the last time this occurred, in 2007-2008, it
As the deadline approaches, the Cardinals have yet to show much activity thus far. Let's look at why.
With only a day about a day and a half to go before the much anticipated July 31st trade deadline, the Red Birds have been noticeably quiet in terms of making any sort of
With the trade deadline just about a week away, why not come up with a hypothetical move for the Cards at this point in the year-you know, just for fun.
The trade I am about to propose takes a lot of trust. A lot of trust. Yet if we look at
Looking Back: Why the 2009 Trade for Matt Holliday shows us the Cardinals may struggle to get a big bat at this year’s trade deadline.
Believe it or not, the MLB Trade Deadline is fast approaching. Over the first half of a mediocre 2017 season for the Cardinals, it has become
It's the commercial midpoint in the season, so it seems like a good time to do a quick check in on how the Cardinals are doing statistically after the first “half” of the season.
It's not secret; the Cardinals have not had the best half season going into the 2017 All-Star
The Cardinals' pitching has led them to a short, yet encouraging, 4-game winning streak. Can they continue it?
Don’t look now, but the Cardinals have a bit of a winning streak brewing, one which they have built against two of the best teams in baseball. During this streak, while the offense
Shortstop Kramer Robertson wasn't always the man, but now not only is he a fourth round draft pick, but the LSU Tigers are riding him through Omaha.
Kramer Robertson looks to be a pretty decent pick for the Cardinals in the 2017 draft. But his journey to become the starting short
In honor of Father’s Day, we take a look at a very special relationship between Cardinal outfielder Jose Martinez, and his dad, Carlos.
Jose Martinez's father, and former Major League infielder, Carlos Martinez, passed away in 2006, when Jose was just 18 years old. Here's how his father's death has propelled