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!
Jacob DeGrom wishes he could get the run support Jack Flaherty does. When Flaherty starts, the Cardinals have scored five-plus runs in each of his six starts, scored 61 runs in the games that he’s started, and they have scored 49 runs while Flaherty was still in each game, the most for any pitcher in … More Flaherty shuts down Pirates, offense shines
The best news I have for you is that the Cardinals didn’t lose yesterday, they had an off day. After losing another series (Cards are 1-5 in series this season), the Cardinals return to Busch for a 7 game home stand (Cincinnati & Philadelphia) followed by a quick 3 game road trip to Pittsburgh, followed … More Underachieving Cardinals back in the 314
Players will report to Jupiter, FL a week from today to get the 2021 season started. While there are always Spring Training surprises or disappointments, the Cardinals aren’t having a lot of “open auditions” for roster spots to start the season. Injuries, or now even Covid, can always stop a player from taking an active … More The 2021 Cardinals Roster: February 10th Edition