Hot Seat or Cold Throne v.2

Hot or Cold

Welcome back to the second edition of Hot Seat or Cold Throne. If you missed last week's edition, here is the basic gist of how this thing works: Hot seat = bad Cold throne = good For a more detailed instructions, check out the aforementioned version 1. With no further ado, here are this week's

The Cardinals fall at Wrigley


The Cardinals lose in a three-game sweep against the Cubs.   Well, the Cubs happened. The Cardinals walked into Wrigley Field on Friday with a three-game lag in the division race, adding some extra fuel to our midwest rivalry. Unfortunately, after a three-game sweep, the Cards are now six games behind the

Dexter Fowler Saved his own Season

Dexter Fowler

Dexter Fowler's contract warranted big expectations. He was a disappointment for a large part of the season, but his second half justifies a lot. Quick game for you: Identify these players based on their slash lines (AVG/OBP/SLG). Player A: .235/.327/.441 Player B: .246/.322/.461 Player C: .295/.400/.530 Player D: .281/.400/.526 As you may have guessed, two of

Cardinals Free Agent Series: Bryan Shaw

Bryan Shaw

Looking toward a more consistent 2018, the Cardinals should keep an eye out for reliever Bryan Shaw. Among the various holes the Cardinals will need to fill this offseason, the bullpen is perhaps the most glaring. The club has lost a frustrating number of leads in late innings due to the

Cardsblog’s Hot Seat or Cold Throne

Hot or Cold

Welcome to Cardsblog's new weekly segment: Hot Seat or Cold Throne. Each week, I'll take a look at which Cardinals player, coach, or front office official is on the Hot Seat or the Cold Throne. Now, what does that mean, exactly? To put it simply, you don't want to be on