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!
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
This is the second installment of the Cardinals Opening Day roster prediction. A month ago, I looked at what the roster might look like a week before Spring Training started. The Cardinals are playing their 8th game of their Spring slate, and the roster is starting to round into shape. So here is my 26-man … More The 2021 Cardinals Roster: March 10th Edition
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