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The St. Louis Cardinals added RHP Steve Cishek to their bullpen this afternoon, announcing the acquisition of the former closer in a trade with the Miami Marlins. In return, the Cardinals will send Double-A reliever Kyle Barraclough to Miami. So let’s dig right in. Cishek, 29, entered the 2015 season as one of baseball’s up and coming closers. In his previous four seasons, Cishek had a 2.70 ERA to go … Continue reading
This month’s United Cardinal Bloggers project is to break down what we thought the top-5 Cardinals Stories of 2011 were. Albert Pujols‘ departure and the Cardinals winning the World Series will be two very big stories that my fellow bloggers will likely be hitting on today. But those are easy. That’s the low hanging fruit. What really contributed to the Cardinals being there in October and getting their chance to … Continue reading
Thanks again to A+E Networks, MLB Productions, and Foundry Communications for letting me review the World Series collections. A couple weeks ago I got the opportunity to review the 2-disc World Series film that included the film and Game 5 of the NLDS, you can find that review here. Today, however, I bring you my review of the 8-disc collector’s edition that I was giving away as the main prize … Continue reading
The second edition of the offseason notebook comes to you with three stories. I hope everyone enjoyed their Thanksgiving break. I know mine was quite swamped trying to accomplish things, seeing family, and a couple of my good friends getting married. Cardinals offer arbitration to Pujols and Jackson The Cardinals announced on Wednesday that they had offered arbitration to Albert Pujols and Edwin Jackson while declining to offer the same … Continue reading
Free agency has technically begun, but it’s not yet open season on them. Players have until Tuesday to negotiate exclusively with their former clubs. Then they hit the open market and can talk to any teams. The biggest news of the Cardinals’ free agency moves is that the team has exercised the $7 million option to bring back catcher Yadier Molina to the Cardinals next season. Molina, 29, is coming … Continue reading