NLCS Game 4 Preview: STL @ SFG

The Cardinals found themselves down four runs early in Tuesday night's game in San Francisco, thanks to a misplayed ball by Randal Grichuk in the bottom of the first. But it was Grichuk's home run in the top of the seventh that pulled the Cardinals even with the Giants with two innings of regulation baseball yet […] Read More

Molina’s loss could be trouble

As Yadier Molina grimaced in pain with every swing in the sixth inning, Cardinals fans watched and waited with bated breath, as they were hoping it was something temporary. The team’s most valuable player had to stay in the game. How could the Cardinals win without him? With the pronouncement of a strained left oblique […] Read More

Cardinals looking for more rest for Wainwright next year

After struggling through his second postseason start, a start there seemed to be some question whether he’d be able to make or not, the Cardinals have admitted that they will be examining ways to reduce Adam Wainwright's workload next season. Last season he led the league in innings pitched, starts, complete games, and batters faced. This […] Read More

NLCS Game 2 Preview: SFG @ STL

Madison Bumgarner pitched as well as expected and he did something Clayton Kershaw couldn't. Keep the Cardinals from scoring in the seventh inning. Thanks to an umpire assist though. With Yadier Molina on third and Jon Jay at second, Bumgarner seemed to lose his balance on the mound after picking up his lead foot. Pretty […] Read More

NLCS Game 1 Preview: SFG @ STL

For the fifth straight season the National League representative to the World Series will be either the San Francisco Giants or the St. Louis Cardinals, that is guaranteed. The team has been swapping the pennant around with the Giants making the trip and winning the World Series in 2010 and 2012, while the Cardinals won […] Read More

Dodgers fall in four games

I can admit when I'm wrong. Happily, sometimes. I had the Cardinals losing their National League Divisional Series in four games, but rather it is them who is on top. In fact, the results of each game were the opposite of what I figured while I considered the series last week. I had the Cardinals […] Read More

NLDS Game 4 Preview: LAD @ STL

Last night we found out we were wrong about Hyun-Jin Ryu as he pitched six innings, allowing just a solo shot by Matt Carpenter in his second at bat. The Dodgers battled back in the sixth inning after Yasiel Puig led it off by breaking his strikeout streak with a ball in the corner that […] Read More

NLDS Game 3 Preview: LAD @ STL

Saturday night Zack Greinke quieted the St. Louis Cardinals bats, but the Cardinals weren't asleep just yet. Matt Carpenter, who has been the team's offensive spark plug so far this season, put a game-tying two-run home run over the right center field fence to tie up the game. The fact that Greinke had been near […] Read More