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 interview and was asked a particularly juicy question by a fan. The question centered around which current Cardinal on the roster would make a great … More Mike Shannon dishes on Nolan Arenado, and which current Cardinal would make a great radio broadcaster
I miss the guy. In case you are living under a rock down on the edge of Soulard, you know baseball is coming soon. The offseason chill is starting to thaw ever so slowly, leading into another round of summer-long chaos. The undeniable treacherous terrain of Cardinal baseball is upon us, like a storm smiling … More Why @cardinalsgifs is the best
A little fire from a player and honesty from a writer isn’t a bad thing … More Harrison Bader takes offense to analytical article. Is this a good thing?
All the thoughts that are fit to publish. … More Here’s What I Know, Volume #9: RIP Michael Nyqvist, Trump, black coffee, baseball PPV
The return of the Cardinals top “theme park ride” spells excitement. … More What the return of Randal Grichuk means to the Cardinals
After Friday’s game, Cubs manager Joe Maddon called the Cards “vigilante’s”. Is that right? … More Are the Cardinals really “vigilantes”?
As the St. Louis Cardinals enter the final two weeks of the 2015, I ask the hottest question. Does Mike Matheny deserve the hate? … More In Defense of Mike Matheny
Important note to start out with. It’s not giving up on a team to call a recent string of play ugly. The St. Louis Cardinals are in the midst of a bad stretch of baseball, their worst in 2015. Their September record is 3-8. Their lead over the Pittsburgh Pirates in the National League Central … More Cardinals: Sky isn’t falling but it’s ugly
The young righthander has looked rougher of late, but that doesn’t mean he is spiraling out of control. … More Should fans be worried about Carlos Martinez?
Max Scherzer is a great pitcher but not one the Cardinals needed to invest in. My article on the Chesterfield native. … More Max Scherzer was a gamble Cardinals didn’t need to take