The Lindenwood football team (4-2, 0-1 OVC) won 37-34 in a double-overtime thriller over Eastern Illinois (2-4, 1-0 OVC) on Saturday in Charleston, Ill. The Lions started the game slow on the offensive side of the ball, as Eastern Illinois took a 7-0 lead after the first 15 minutes of play. Lindenwood jumped on the board … More Lindenwood wins in double-overtime against Eastern Illinois
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!
The Reds made it interesting, and the bullpen almost blew it. But in the end, the Cardinals defeated Cincinnati 5-4 at Busch Stadium on Friday night. Kwang-Hyun Kim (1-0), making his Busch Stadium debut, allowed only one run on five hits and also notched a career-high with eight strikeouts. The victory snapped a two-game losing … More Cardinals edge Reds in 5-4 victory
For the St. Louis Cardinals, it was almost like a home run derby. Home runs by Justin Williams, Tommy Edman, Paul DeJong and Paul Goldschmidt all catapulted the Cardinals over the Washington Nationals 12-5 on Monday night. DeJong hit two home runs, including a grand slam. “We were just really disciplined today as a group… … More Home runs galore lift Cardinals over Nationals
Everything went right. For the St. Louis Cardinals, that is. Everybody in the starting lineup got at least one hit. It was the opposite of the past week, where the Cardinals have been striking out almost 10 times per game. Matt Carpenter went 3-4 with his first home run of the season, as the Cardinals … More Carpenter finds his swing in Cardinals rout!
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!
Everything went right for the Cardinals on Wednesday. Jack Flaherty had the type of start we’d expect from an ace, Dylan Carlson hit his first career grand slam, and the bullpen continued to shine as the Cardinals swept the Marlins with a 7-0 victory in Miami. It was their third straight win as they head … More Cardinals dominate as they sweep Miami!
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