What should St. Louis Cardinals fans expect when Toronto is in town?
After winning 6 of their last 7, the Cardinals look to continue their hot streak as they host the MLB last place Blue Jays. After starting the season 3-9, the Cardinals now sit one game below .500, and just two
Stephen Piscotty, the Cardinals starting Right Fielder and middle-of-the-lineup bat, rode a hot bat through this past road trip in DC and NY. In 6 games against the Nationals and the Yankees, Piscotty went 7 for 22, with 8 RBI’s and 2 HR’s.
Unfortunately, the Cardinals only went 1-5 over that
The Cardinals have only played 7 games in the 2017 season, but a major flaw to their roster has already hurt them greatly.
The Cards' Bullpen is currently last in the league in ERA, FIP, xFIP, and WAR, with the second highest HR/9 rate. So how soon is too soon to
Adam Wainwright and the Cardinals take on Jake Arrieta and the Cubs tonight for Game 2 of the 2017 season. Although the season has just started, both All-Star starters have a lot to prove in 2017.
Wainwright, who was not the Cardinals opening day starter for the first time since 2012,
With Opening Day inching closer and closer, ESPN released their 2017 Power Rankings for each MLB team yesterday. The Cardinals were placed 11th on the ranking, and were projected to tie the Mets for the 2nd Wild Card spot with a 85-77 record.
Even though an 85-win season would be the
For the past four seasons, Matt Carpenter has led off the majority of games for the Cardinals. But with the off-season acquisition of Dexter Fowler, a more typical leadoff hitter will be at the top of the lineup for St. Louis in 2017.
Why Carpenter Doesn't Fit
Although Carpenter did posses some
After losing his primary position to a rookie in 2016 and the rise of two other potential third basemen, Jhonny Peralta may no longer have a starting spot in 2017 for the Cardinals.
Transition to Third Base
Jhonny Peralta started 298 games for the Cardinals at shortstop from 2014 to 2015. But
Last week, the Cardinals extended starting pitcher Carlos Martinez to a 5 year deal. Now that we are a week removed from the extension of Carlos Martinez, let’s take a look around the baseball world to examine different views on whether or not Martinez has deserved the “Ace” title.
The Case Against