The next matchup for the Greatest Cardinal Moment features two historic Cardinals: Adam Wainwright and Matt Holliday.
After knocking off the 2-seed, Matt Holliday and his emotional home run have moved to the semi-finals of the Cardsblog division. Looking to end the Cinderella-Run is Adam Wainwright and his caught-looking strike out
With our ongoing "Greatest Cardinals Moment" tournament continuing to the Sweet 16, two Cardinals greats are pitted against each other.
Hall-of-Famer Lou Brock and his record-breaking steal in 1974 were able to beat out Ozzie Smith's Diving Catch and Stan Musial's 5 HR Day to reach the semi-final's of the Cardsblog division. Meanwhile,
O’Farrell Catches Ruth Stealing
Let’s head back to 1926 for this great Cardinal moment. The Cardinals are facing the Yankees in the World Series, and they’re all tied up at 3 wins a piece. It’s Game 7 on a Sunday afternoon in New York, as Jesse Haines of the Cardinals takes on Waite
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