According to Adam Wainwright, it was an acquisition many hitting videos in the making. Nolan Arenado to the Cardinals. Adam Wainwright said over the last two years, Arenado would send … Continue reading Nolan Arenado’s game-winning blast culminates a memorable homer opener in St. Louis
What if Carlos Martinez preferred his bagels to be bread-sliced, didn’t care for gooey butter cake, and didn’t care to understand what was so memorable about a hill? St. Louis … Continue reading Why is Carlos Martinez an outrage machine in Cardinal Nation?
One last ride for The Moon Man
All I could think about was the fact that we were both 38 years old. Or maybe now, only one of us? Wikipedia, the double-edged Diet Coke of the internet, … Continue reading 2020’s last punch? Yadier Molina lives and Wikipedia needs to go away
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
Five is a proud number. Ten is official. Six could be serious though. Hence the title of my latest chapter of rants. Six things that make me go boom inside. … Continue reading 6 Worthy Conversations: Why the Cardinals need to do whatever it takes to keep Yadier Molina around
As May descends towards June and MLB owners and players fight over the proper amount of money to start up baseball here in 2020, I wanted to strip away all … Continue reading Why I miss baseball: The greatest game
Win or lose, sports pull you in. Every year, teams take the field or ice, do battle, and find new ways to wage war inside our hearts and minds. Ask … Continue reading The good, bad, and ugly of St. Louis sports in 2018
How important is Yadier Molina to the St. Louis Cardinals this month? Well, how important is water to the human body? Without it, the overall function of the body goes … Continue reading If the Cardinals want a 12th World Series, they’ll need Yadier Molina
2015 hasn’t been an easy trek for the Cardinals, but it’s their first 100 win season in 10 years.
Disclaimer-I wrote this last August for the Conclave but saved it on the dose here for a future publishing. I saved it for when people started to doubt Molina’s brilliance. … Continue reading Yadier Molina: True Value