Wednesday, the Cardinals won their most thrilling game of the season behind Tommy Pham. But what is Pham to the Redbirds?
The St. Louis Cardinals won on Wednesday, in a very non-2017 Cardinals manner. Down 5-0 early, they rallied to tie the game, took advantage of a lesser team's mistakes to
Monday, fellow writer John Kern examined the question of who's been the St. Louis Cardinals' Most Valuable Player so far this season. Today, I'll look at the pitching side of things.
Almost 40 percent of the way through the season, we can reasonably say that the Cardinals' pitching staff has outperformed
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
One month of Cardinals baseball down, five to go
Well here we are, one month of the 2017 season already completed and the returns have been...mediocre at best. The Cardinals haven't been terrible, but they haven't been as good as we hoped.
The bad news: As of now the Cardinals are one
The offseason is over, so let's look at what the Cardinals did
Spring training is right around the corner, and that means Cardinals baseball is almost here! If you've been hibernating the entire offseason, then let me recap up to this point. You can find more in-depth articles about the offseason on
Let us all remember back to 2011, when the Cardinal’s not only made a miraculous comeback in Game 6 of the World Series, but also overcame a 10.5 game deficit in the last 32 games of the season to receive the 2nd wild-card slot.
Then in 2012, even though they didn’t
The Bottom Line: The Cardinals got off to an early start, producing four runs in three innings. Kolten Wong blasted a line drive home run, his second of the series, that landed just shorted of McCovey Cove. The Giants' however rallied quickly, scoring three runs on RBIs by Buster Posey
The Bottom Line: In the 4th inning, Matt Carpenter got the Cardinals on board with his 3rd homer this postseason. Randal Grichuk drove in another run in the 4th. The Giants tied up the game over the next two innings. The last three innings of the game was a tug