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It seems that every time the Cardinals lose on Twitter, there’s a segment of fans that seem to believe the season is over. It doesn’t matter that the Cardinals have the best record in baseball by a few games or even have a five game lead in their division. All is lost! Just go ahead and send the players home. Forfeit the rest of the season. The Cardinals lost a … Continue reading
Michael Wacha has a 9-3 record through his first 14 starts this season. He also has a 2.85 ERA and 136 ERA+ that stacks him up as the 19th best starting pitcher in baseball this season (among starting pitchers with at least 10 games started). So the question is whether Wacha can continue this pace to become the third different Cardinals pitcher to win 20 games in the last 13 … Continue reading
I’ve spent quite a bit of time this evening defending Mike Matheny‘s decision to let Lance Lynn start this game over Shelby Miller or Joe Kelly, and I don’t usually find myself in the business of defending Matheny either. In the end, it didn’t work out as the Lynn struggled through the game, allowing 5 earned runs over 4 1/3 innings of work. The main complaint was that Lynn can’t … Continue reading
On Sunday afternoon the St. Louis Cardinals put the finishing touches on their 2013 campaign that saw them finish with a 97-65 record, good for best in the National League. For a team that spent most of the first half of the season in that position before floundering mid-summer, it was a happy ending. The team, however, will enter postseason play for the tenth time in the last fourteen seasons … Continue reading
The season is wrapping up and that means its time for discussion over who deserves each league’s postseason awards. The most talked about award for Cardinals’ fans is the National League MVP because the belief is that we have two guys who should be top candidates for the title, Matt Carpenter and Yadier Molina. Now, not to disparage those two who are very good baseball players, but neither is the … Continue reading