With the Home Opener just 2 days away, the Cardinals have made all of their decisions and have taken their roster down to the required 28 players. The Cardinals are still unsure who will be the 5th starter, but they have arrived at carrying 15 pitchers to start the season (and until at least May … More The St. Louis Cardinals 2022 Pitchers
Wow. Just…. just wow. The St. Louis Cardinals are back in the playoffs!!!! Now, that’s usually nothing new. But when you take into account the circumstances this season, it’s an unheralded moment. In his 17th season, the ageless ace Adam Wainwright notched his 17th win on the night of the 17th consecutive victory of the … More WE’RE IN THE PLAYOFFS!
Despite all of the playoff appearances, pennants, and World Series titles in the 21st century, it had been 21 years since the St. Louis Cardinals experienced a streak like this. It’s the 13th time in 130 years they’ve had a winning streak of 10 games or more. That’s right folks….they’ve now won 10 straight games. … More A perfect 10!
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!
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
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
Poor Adam Wainwright. In his best start this season, and one of his best starts in recent memory, the longtime Cardinal ace went seven innings (just the third quality start this season by a Cardinals starter) struck out ten batters, and allowed just one run on five hits. And then the bullpen came in and … More Bullpen wastes quality start from Wainwright
Welcome to Baseball Heaven, Nolan Arenado. In what was a pitchers’ battle all game long, Arenado broke a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the eighth, as the Cardinals came back to beat Milwaukee 3-1 in the home opener on Thursday. The victory was the Cardinals’ fourth straight after sweeping Miami. It had been over … More Arenado powers Cardinals to home opener victory!
The Cardinals’ bullpen went to work early on Tuesday night, but it was less so because of John Gant‘s performance, and more so because the Marlins just hung in there during every-at bat. Nevertheless, the offense did just enough, coming back from a 2-0 deficit, and the defense was solid as the Cardinals came back … More Bullpen shines in Cardinals comeback win
Big news out of Jupiter today. Potential CF starter Harrison Bader, is out for at least 4 weeks due to a forearm injury that has Bader getting a platement-rich plasma injection. Bader, who was struggling at a 3-28 clip, will be missed defensively – however Dylan Carlson will probably see the bulk of the innings … More The 2021 Cardinals Roster: March 24th Edition