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Cardinals: Analyzing The Pena DFA-ing

Cardinals: Analyzing The Pena DFA-ing

| November 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Today was a good day to be a Cardinals fan. While it might not seem like much other than a good move for the depth of the bullpen and a solid move to add a high performing, high upside left-handed arm, aggressively signing Brett Cecil to bolster the back-end of a bullpen that the manager […]

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Cardinals: Dissecting Kolten Wong

Cardinals: Dissecting Kolten Wong

| November 20, 2016 | 4 Comments

I’m not much for introductions. I really like to get to the point. The point of this article is simple: it’s time to move on from Kolten Wong.  I see why people want to stick with him. He can be a dynamic fielder, he’s a fiery player on what might be one of the more […]

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The 2016 St. Louis Cardinals Post-Mortem

The 2016 St. Louis Cardinals Post-Mortem

| October 2, 2016 | 0 Comments

On the last day of the regular season in 2016, the St. Louis Cardinals trounced the Pittsburgh Pirates 10-4 to win their fourth straight game to cap an 86-76 season. It is two regular season wins worse than any other season Mike Matheny has managed (2012 had 88 wins) and 8 wins less than the […]

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Cardinals: Alex Reyes to Make First MLB Start on Saturday

Cardinals: Alex Reyes to Make First MLB Start on Saturday

| August 27, 2016 | 0 Comments

Following the Cardinals’ 3-1 victory over the Athletics on Friday night, the team announced that top prospect Alex Reyes would start the middle game of the series on Saturday, pitching in place of Mike Leake, who has contracted shingles. Since being promoted to the majors for the first time on August 9, the 21-year-old Reyes […]

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Hard Knocks Recap 3.0 – Coach Week

Hard Knocks Recap 3.0 – Coach Week

| August 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

Every year Hard Knocks seems to devote one or two weeks to being extremely heavy with their coverage of the team’s coaches. This week felt like one of those episodes as there were almost more coaches talked about this week then there were players. These type of weeks are also some of my favorite weeks […]

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Blues: Time to cut the cord with Sobotka 

Blues: Time to cut the cord with Sobotka 

| August 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

Vladimir Sobotka, are you coming back? We were told you were. Then we were told you were close to re-signing in the KHL. Then we were told that that’s not true.  It’s been a strange relationship between us thus far. We would like to know where we stand. There is still a numbness towards you […]

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Should The Cardinals Want The Second Wild Card Spot?

Should The Cardinals Want The Second Wild Card Spot?

| August 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

You’re reading the title of this article and you’re immediately thinking, “What kind of idiot is this? Of course the Cardinals should want to make the playoffs!” But you’d be missing the point. I’m not saying if they should want to make the Wild Card Game, I’m saying should the Cardinals want the second wild card spot, […]

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St. Louis Blues: Season Within Sniping Range

St. Louis Blues: Season Within Sniping Range

| August 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

So, it turns out that an off-season of lateral movement goes by pretty quickly. In just over a month the puck will drop for the first time in the 2016-2017 season. It really can’t come fast enough at this point. It’s been a strange summer for St. Louis sports fans. The Rams came after St. […]

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Hard Knocks Recap 2.0 – Pushing Past Hatred, Sort Of

Hard Knocks Recap 2.0 – Pushing Past Hatred, Sort Of

| August 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

After deciding to do a recap – as a person still quite filled with hate for most of the Los Angeles Rams’ (I instinctively typed St. Louis there) executives – I had figured that most my opinions would be draped in sarcasm and disdain for the team, but I happened to be watching last night’s […]

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Cardinals: Yadier Molina’s Bat Isn’t Dead Yet, Despite Injuries and All

Cardinals: Yadier Molina’s Bat Isn’t Dead Yet, Despite Injuries and All

| August 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

Although injuries have steadily limited his offensive production over recent seasons, there has been no Cardinals batter that has hit more consistently over the last month than catcher Yadier Molina. After making the National League All-Star team for seven consecutive seasons beginning in 2009, Molina was not selected to the 2016 team as a result […]

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