With much uncertainty still remaining in the Cardinals' 2018 pitching rotation, the front office may look to sign free agent Jake Arrieta.
The Cardinals would be in a fantastic position on Opening Day if they managed to land a solid starting pitcher to fortify the current rotation. Jake Arrieta is one
As tempting as it can be to wallow in the disappointment of the past season, I'd prefer to focus on everything the Cardinals did well during their 2017 campaign.
It is never fun watching your team miss the playoffs, and after managing it twice in a row for the first time
After two consecutive years of missing the playoffs, perhaps it's time for the Cardinals to look at other organizations for inspiration.
I watched a lot of baseball this summer - mostly the Cardinals. I've also watched a lot of baseball since the playoffs began last Tuesday, and one difference has stood
After a premature finish to the Cardinals' 2017 season, where should the club and the front office look to improve for 2018?
In 2017, the St. Louis Cardinals failed to reach the postseason for the second year in a row. This marked the first time the club has missed the postseason
With Yadier Molina down temporarily for concussion protocol, the coming games will provide a glimpse of the Cardinals' near future.
For the past 13 years there has been little reason for the front office to consider the word "catcher" unless preceded by the word "backup." Yadier Molina has been the one
After a solid but inconsistent MLB debut in 2016, Luke Weaver is proving that he has the potential to be a respectable big league pitcher.
Last year Luke Weaver was the new kid on the block. His call up was much anticipated and he was impressive in his first few starts,
Looking toward a more consistent 2018, the Cardinals should keep an eye out for reliever Bryan Shaw.
Among the various holes the Cardinals will need to fill this offseason, the bullpen is perhaps the most glaring. The club has lost a frustrating number of leads in late innings due to the