WELCOME BACK TO THE THIRD WEEK OF HOT SEAT OR COLD THRONE.
If you missed last week’s edition, here is the basic gist of how this thing works:
Hot seat = bad.
Cold throne = good.
For more details, check out version 1.
The offseason is now upon us, so it is time to reflect on
Welcome back to the second edition of Hot Seat or Cold Throne.
If you missed last week's edition, here is the basic gist of how this thing works:
Hot seat = bad
Cold throne = good
For a more detailed instructions, check out the aforementioned version 1.
With no further ado, here are this week's
Welcome to Cardsblog's new weekly segment: Hot Seat or Cold Throne.
Each week, I'll take a look at which Cardinals player, coach, or front office official is on the Hot Seat or the Cold Throne. Now, what does that mean, exactly? To put it simply, you don't want to be on
It has been a year of transformation for Matt Adams. He's lost tons of weight, improved his speed and athleticism, and is no longer confined to first base. However, it looks like he might have gotten a bit too ambitious.
Chris Coghlan turned heads earlier this week when he leaped into
The Cardinals kicked off the 2017 campaign with a tough challenge in the Chicago Cubs and a disappointing series against the Cincinnati Reds. Let's take a look at what went right and wrong for the Redbirds.
The Cardinals went 1-2 to start the season. While the record might not look as
Michael Wacha has a unique last name, one that is a little too similar to that of Waka Flocka Flame to be totally coincidental.
This connection needs to be investigated. Could Michael Wacha secretly double as Waka Flocka Flame?
They both go hard in the freaking paint. Wacha, as demonstrated thus
Matt Holliday was indubitably beloved by Cardinals fans and one of the most prominent faces in the franchise. With his departure, who will fill that void?
Although he lacked the typical outgoing personality of a true face of the franchise, Matt Holliday was still beloved by Cardinals fans. After coming over from
The Cardinals' unreliable bullpen was one of the biggest flaws of the 2016 season. Brett Cecil looks to change that.
Cecil's ability to keep a lead and get lefties out will be invaluable this season.
The Cardinals bullpen last year wasn't awful, but it most certainly was not great. It ranked 13th