In a year so far marked by disappointment and, truthfully, for some Cardinals fans, agony, let’s take a look at some positives for the Cardinals as the season stands almost midway through June.
Despite the struggles thus far in the 2017 season, there are certainly some "Diamonds in the ruff," if
With Matt Carpenter struggling, it is time for the Cardinals to swallow their pride. Luke Voit deserves a chance.
If you have followed the site for a while, you will know that I am a big fan of Luke Voit. Starting in 2016, this was an uncommon opinion. A four-year college
If the Cubs hit their stride and take over the NL Central, who will be the main roadblocks in the Cardinals path towards a Wild Card Spot?
As much as I hate to say it, and I’m sure you, likewise, hate to hear it, the Cubs are beginning to hit their stride
Anyone else see Carlos Martinez take the hill for the Dominican Republic against Canada in the WBC?
I don't know about you, but something about watching him pump 99s on the black tells me we might see an even better version of Carlos Martinez in 2017, and that's something to get
With the news of the hacking scandal, along with numerous sources of anxiety regarding the 2017 season, the Cardinals will need strong leadership from every player. Despite being a new addition, Dexter Fowler is not an exception to this statement.
As the season approaches for every club, the anticipation naturally rises. This
As the 2017 season fast approaches, it's safe to say that the Cardinals organization as a whole is under quite a bit of pressure to show that the NL Central still runs through St. Louis. However, a few select players may be more scrutinized than others.
1. Kolten Wong
It may be
To kick off 2017, we decided to develop in depth positional power rankings for all positions in the NL Central. After 9 installments, let's summarize and see where the Cardinals stack up.
As you should expect, across nearly every position, the Cubs dominated the rankings. Topping the list in all but
After a poor start to the season for Trevor Rosenthal, Seung Hwan Oh, the 33-year-old rookie, took over the 9th inning for the Cardinals and never looked back.
“Final Boss” closed out 19 games while posting a 1.92 ERA on the year during 79.2 innings. But how will the now-34 year