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- Quick Hits: Strikeouts are (mostly) overrated
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The St. Louis Cardinals just completed their series victory against the Cincinnati Reds with a 8-2 drubbing behind Adam Wainwright. Wainwright, it’s fun to realize, has a 1.73 ERA and is 6-1 in 8 starts since the All Star Break. He has once again emerged as the Cardinals’ ace and regaining his market value along with it. He’s also on pace to surpass 200 innings something he’s done in every … Continue reading
The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have signed Jake Westbrook to a new deal. The deal is essentially a 1 year deal that gives Westbrook $250,000 more than he would have made on his 2013 option and gives both parties a mutual option worth $9.5 million for 2014. Westbrook, 34, said earlier this month that he intended to exercise his half of his $8.5 million option for 2013 … Continue reading
Last night Mike Matheny was left with a choice. Do you leave in Daniel Descalso to face Pittsburgh Pirates’ closer Joel Hanrahan? Or do you pinch hit using Skip Schumaker. We all know the outcome. With Carlos Beltran on first with two outs, Matheny elected to leave Descalso out there and he hit a line drive to center field to end the Cardinals’ 21st loss in 1-run games. Normally things … Continue reading
It was first reported, I believe, by Joe Strauss last night on Twitter. The Cardinals plan to call up short stop Ryan Jackson from Memphis to replace Tyler Greene on the active roster. Jackson, 24, was drafted by the Cardinals in the 5th round of the 2009 MLB Draft out of the University of Miami. Jackson has shown a good glove in his time in the minor leagues. He currently … Continue reading
At first I thought it was a joke. Something I never thought would happen. Let alone in the middle of a season when he’s our only right-handed infielder who doesn’t already have a locked in starting job. A little more research confirmed the tweet I saw: Tyler Greene was traded to Houston. After the struggling Greene lashed out at Cardinals’ fans following a 15-0 loss to the Giants where he … Continue reading