With the 2017 MLB Player's draft commencing on Monday, the Cardinals sat out. On day two, however, the Cardinals made 8 picks, a group of unique and talented players.
The MLB draft is perhaps the most anti-climactic of the four major sports. Both NFL and NBA drafts dominate media coverage, while the MLB
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
The first big trade of the 2017 season took place last night. It involved Cardinal first baseman Matt Adams and the Atlanta Braves. Here's how it shakes out for both teams.
At around 6 P. M. Central Time last night, news was released that Cardinals back up first baseman, Matt Adams, had
Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports is reporting that Brett Cecil has signed with the Cardinals, their first major acquisition of the offseason.
The Hot Stove just got hotter. The Cardinals show they will be a player in this year's market.
This is a crucial acquisition for the Cardinals, following the loss of Zach
Where does the Cardinals' bench stack up in the league? Take a read to find out.
As I mentioned in a previous article, the Cardinals broke the pinch-hit home run record this season, amassing 15 long balls off the bench in 2016. This shows the general bench prowess, but I’d
In his limited time with the Cardinals, Zach Duke has already walked in two game-winning/tying runs. Last night Duke finally got his redemption.
Last night, Zach Duke was called in to clean up Matt Bowman's mess and maintain their one run lead. This was a scary moment, as Matt Bowman had loaded
During this year's trade deadline, the Cardinals front office was not terribly aggressive. With that being said, however, they did make a deal to acquire left-handed reliever Zach Duke. About a month later, it is time to review his contributions to this point, while predicting his value going forward.
With 54 games left in the season, the St. Louis Cardinal's hold a 9.5 game deficit to the Chicago Cubs. Is there still time to catch the Cubs, or will they have to be complacent with a Wild Card?
54 games seems like a lot of games, but in order to