Let me ask you a question on this fine and less chillier Sunday evening: Do you think any fan walks up to the stadium and says out loud, “Man, I … Continue reading Bring on the DH: Watching pitchers hit is boring
In between weather forecasts on Fox 2 St. Louis this morning, when the heavy snow was just starting to fall, St. Louis Cardinals’ KMOX play-by-play voice Mike Shannon gave an … Continue reading Mike Shannon dishes on Nolan Arenado, and which current Cardinal would make a great radio broadcaster
St. Louis Cardinals fans tend to forget, but Josh Hamilton almost broke their hearts all over again a decade ago. While many revel in David Freese’s bases-clearing triple that tied … Continue reading What happened to Josh Hamilton?
If only you could de-age a baseball player. Can you imagine the frenzy that such a shift in the landscape would bring? Taking Albert Pujols and winding back the clock … Continue reading No thanks on Brett Gardner
It’s official, folks. Via Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, Nolan Arenado has been acquired by the St. Louis Cardinals. John Mozeliak goes from the hottest of seats to the biggest … Continue reading Breaking News! Nolan Arenado and the Cardinals decide to be together
Arenado has won a Gold Glove in each season that he’s been in the league. (Eight and counting)
One last ride for The Moon Man
In the words of the late, great Sean Connery’s Malone from “The Untouchables,” what are the St. Louis Cardinals prepared to do about the offense? I ripped and raged on … Continue reading Why George Springer could fix the Cardinals lineup in an instant
Will the hands of Bill DeWitt Jr. and John Mozeliak start to lose feeling soon from having been sat on for three months?
Easily the most polarizing Cardinal at the moment
For months, I’ve written that the St. Louis Cardinals need to do whatever is necessary to keep their longtime and sure-fire Hall of Fame catcher, Yadier Molina. But sometimes, feelings … Continue reading Why the Cardinals don’t owe Yadier Molina a thing
Sports can create a ruthless dichotomy with its fan base. Baseball is where this particular unhealthy trait can fester the most. Major League Baseball players make mistakes on the field, … Continue reading South City Confessions: It’s perfectly fine to criticize professional baseball players without crucifying them