If there was a team that would surely beat the Cardinals, it's this one
Note: This list mostly contains players from the more recent playing era, but includes some older players who just had a knack for killing the Cards.
Starting Pitcher- Bud Norris
Bud Norris isn't usually described as being an absolutely
After a breakout first season which included an appearance in the All-Star Game, Aledmys Diaz gets sent back to the minors in his sophomore season.
Recently, Aledmys Diaz was demoted to AAA in order to make room for first-time call-up Alex Mejia. Mejia, a 26 year old infield utility player, is
Since being traded by the Cardinals to the Atlanta Braves, Matt Adams has been on an absolute tear—holding a .948 OPS with 8 HRs and 21 RBIs in 24 games.
As a refresher, on May 20th the St. Louis Cardinals completed a trade with the Atlanta Braves. The Braves received Matt
After a 7 game losing streak, the St. Louis Cardinals GM John Mozeliak called a press conference to prove that the Cardinal's aren't playing any games.
If you've missed the last week or two of Cardinals baseball, you really haven't missed much. Seven crushing defeats in a row, where not only
Last night, Former Cardinals Albert Pujols smashed the 600th home-run of his career, cementing his place in a very elite group.
Drafted in the 13th round of the 1999 MLB draft, not a single team in the MLB saw what Albert Pujols would become. If they would have, I can promise you that his
Former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher and outfielder Rick Ankiel claims he consumed alcohol before starts to calm his nerves.
At one point in time, early on in his career, Rick Ankiel was one of the most highly regarded pitching prospects in baseball. In 1998, Ankiel was ranked the number 1 pitching
On the ranked list of the 101 top prospects for the 2017 MLB season, four members of the Cardinals system appear, with Alex Reyes at the very top.
Baseball Prospectus is a site known for making valuable prospect rankings of players who could be considered rookies in the upcoming season. Yesterday, on the same day that
Two days ago, the Kansas City Royals acquired free-agent Brandon Moss. What does that mean for the Cardinals?
Last season, Brandon Moss was a part of a two man platoon at first-base with Matt Adams. Any time a right-handed pitcher started for the other team, Moss usually did too—25 of his 28 home-runs in