I’m starting a series where I look into who had the best season EVER as a St. Louis Cardinal by position (playoff’s don’t count). This may seem obvious for some, but I think you may be surprised at some positions. I’m going to go in order from 1-9, by baseball positions. This series will start … More Best Cardinal Season EVER – Pitcher
Owning a professional sports team is never easy. It takes a lot of money, a lot of responsibility, and you have to be able to take a lot of heat if things go wrong. Some owners are held in high regard, such as Mark Cuban and Shahid Khan. Others, such as Jerry Jones and Mike … More Stan Kroenke: A story of greed, selfishness, and lies
Yadier Molina is an All-Star yet again! For the 10th time in his future Hall of Fame career, Molina is heading to the MLB All-Star Game, following an injury to San Francisco Giants’ catcher Buster Posey. Despite the Cardinals’ struggles this season (they currently sit at 43-46, 9.5 games out of first place), Molina has … More Yadier Molina earns 10th All-Star nod!
Cardinals FINALLY win one. A breakdown of the last few weeks and more on this edition of Cardinals Off the Cuff.
Today, Blues blueliner Carl Gunnarsson announces his retirement after 12 seasons in the National Hockey League. As sad as it can be to watch somebody move on from the sport they love, Boom Boom can look back and say he reached the pinnacle that most players will never reach in their career and was a … More Gunnarsson says goodbye after 12 NHL seasons
For the second day in a row, the St. Louis Cardinals walk it off. This time, the future Hall of Famer did the magic, as St. Louis swept Miami. Yadier Molina hit a single in the bottom of the ninth that scored Paul Goldschmidt, who hit a walk-off home run the night before. It was … More Molina’s walk-off spearheads Cardinals sweep of Marlins
St. Louis Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright admitted on Monday that during the 2019 baseball season, he had used a foreign substance to help boost his pitching for approximately 6-7 games, but eventually stopped and has never gone back to using it since. “I’ve got nothing to hide. What Bubba said is true. I tried it … More Adam Wainwright admits his past usage of foreign substances
Jim ‘Mudcat’ Grant, the first black pitcher in the American Leagues to record a 20-win season, died on Thursday at the age of 85. “The Minnesota Twins are deeply saddened by the loss of Jim ‘Mudcat’ Grant, a key part of the franchise’s early years in Minnesota and linchpin of the starting rotation on the … More Jim ‘Mudcat’ Grant, American League’s first Black 20-game winner, dies at 85
Entering Saturday night’s match-up against Arizona, Adam Wainwright had the lowest run support per start in Major League Baseball among all qualifying pitchers. He only received 2.6 runs per game on average. The Cardinals decided to end that drought on Saturday, as they defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-4. With the victory, St. Louis remained in … More Wainwright finally gets some run support
If you didn’t believe it before, believe it now: no matter which ballpark he is at, Nolan Arenado dominates. Hitting his fourth home run in as many games, Arenado put the Cardinals ahead, and starter John Gant made sure it stayed that way as the first-place Cardinals defeated the Pittsburgh 5-2 on Tuesday at Busch … More Arenado continues to soar in Cards win!