NUMBERS

A Very Analytical Breakdown Of The NLCS

Listen up, nerds. Are you looking for all the analytics behind the NLCS? Do you crave cold, hard numbers as opposed to cuddly platitudes and disproven hogwash like ‘momentum’? Our friends over at numberFire have you covered. Head over to their site and check out the entire preview and you’ll see stuff like this: In […]

st-louis-cardinals-bar-stool-ZM-1.jpg (1000×1000)

The Best Cardinals Bars Outside Of St. Louis

Diaspora. The dispersion of any people from their original homeland.  It’s in our name and many of the people that have come and gone from working on this site over the years were big Cardinals fans, but didn’t live in St. Louis. So with that in mind, we wanted to put together a little list […]

The Friday Links

The Friday Links

The Blues picked up the 2014-15 season where they left off 2013-14. They’re already 2 points behind the Blackhawks and 0-1 at home. Worse, they looked flat in pretty much every aspect of the game. Perhaps when they were asked to emulate their cross-town brethren, they accidentally popped in the Rams game-tape instead of this? The […]

Andy Cohen

The Cardinals Drama Is Worthy Of An Andy Cohen After Show

It’s only been a week? 6 days ago we were right here. Chomping at the bit for the Adam Wainwright/Clayton Kershaw oober match-up wondering if we’d be able to sleep through the night; plotting early exit strategies for work on Friday. Somehow, some way, the following three things happened: 1) This became funny: 2) The […]

LITTLE FORT

Tavern On Little Fort Is the New & Best Cardinals Bar In Chicago

It’s over. For years it’s been known as ‘The Cardinals Bar’ in Chicago. But the run is done… the king has been dethroned. It’s curtains for Sedgwick’s. ‘The Sedge’ had a good run. RIP. There is a new, best Cardinals bar in Chicago and it’s called Tavern on Little Fort. (LINK HERE) They join Stoney’s […]

ADAMS

NLDS GM 4: The Apple Of Emotional Investments

Charles Barkley had Michael Jordan. Jim Kelly had Troy Aikman. Ted Williams had… Babe Ruth’s curse? —– One of the most tired tropes of sports talk is the list of ‘best who’ve never won the big one’. Just ask any of the men above. But as long as we’re going to have this distinguished group […]

WONG

NLDS GM 3: The Bulldog You Didn’t Know You Wanted

July 31st. The Cardinals were stagnant. The juggernaut that St. Louis expected to see had failed to launch. And in its place was a shell of the NL Championship team that looked poised for a sustained run 10 months prior. Injuries (Wacha, Garcia), dead arms (Wainwright) and inconsistency (Miller) were starting to take a toll […]

TWITTER2

An NLDS Game Via Tweets

Lazy? You bet. But why not take someone else’s hard work and re-purpose it here? Tweets during post-season games come fast and furious. So this is more like a public service than anything. This. Will. Never. Happen. Dodgers fans hate Matt Carpenter. Still breaks our heart just a little. He misses Matty Holliday so bad. […]

FIGHT

Cards/Dodgers Is the New Yankees/Sox

Not so long ago, you couldn’t get away with not seeing he Yankees & Sox play baseball. After the Red Sox stunned the baseball world (including their own fans) by coming back from a 3-0 deficit in the 2004 ALCS, the programmers at ESPN and FOX went whole hog on the series anytime they played. […]

KEMP

NLDS GM 2: The Cardinals Are The Floyd Mayweather Of Baseball

The Cardinals are still determining where the 2014 team will rank in the pantheon of great teams. And, yes, considering that only 27 Cardinals teams have made the playoffs in their 114 year history, this team has already become of the greats. Can they crack the top 11? Time will tell. If they do, time […]

NYTIMES

NY Times: Cardinals Don’t “Deserve” To Win World Series

Cardinals fans are getting trolled on the daily at this point. Now the ‘Old Gray Lady’ has joined Deadspin and the Wall Street Journal on the dogpile, claiming that of all the teams left in the MLB Playoffs, the Cardinals deserve to win the World Series the least. How did they determine this? But a […]

Quantcast