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Author Archives: Jon Doble
If your goal has been to stay healthy, playing for the St. Louis Cardinals has not helped your odds so far this season. When the day is done, Matt Holliday will probably become the eighth Cardinal player to hit the DL this season. Billy Beane once described baseball as a war of attrition. For the Cardinals, that has been accurate representation of their 2015 season. Holliday left Monday night’s game after injuring … Continue reading
During Tuesday night’s 6-4 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks, the St. Louis Cardinals seem to have lost first baseman Matt Adams to a quadriceps injury that may cost Adams the remainder of the 2015 season. A torn quadriceps was the diagnosis Wednesday morning as the Cardinals placed Adams on the 15 day DL and recalled catcher Ed Easley up from Memphis. Immediately taking his place as the team’s regular first baseman … Continue reading
When yesterday’s game wrapped up Randal Grichuk’s box score line left many fans wondering whether there was such a thing as a platinum sombrero. If you don’t know why, a golden sombrero is when you strike out four times in the same game. After the 14 inning loss to the New York Mets, Grichuk’s line read 0-for-6 with 5 strikeouts. Grichuk wasn’t ready for a return to the big leagues … Continue reading
In the four starts since Adam Wainwright went on the disabled list with a torn achilles on April 25th, the St. Louis Cardinals have tried to replace him in one start with Tim Cooney and another three with Tyler Lyons. In those four starts, Cooney and Lyons have combined to throw 15 1/3 innings with a 6.46 ERA. Only once has either pitched past the fifth inning. The shoes are … Continue reading
When the St. Louis Cardinals announced the signing of Carlos Villanueva, there wasn’t much expected by it. The 31 year old Villanueva had been a swing man through most of his career. A decent reliever and an abysmal starter. He was mostly brought in to be a long reliever for the Cardinals. A guy who can pick up innings if a starter has to exit early or potentially make a … Continue reading