Cardinals Losing Ground In NL Central

The Cardinals staved off what could have been a disastrous weekend by beating the San Diego Padres 10-3 on Sunday afternoon. Once again, the St. Louis professional baseball team starts the week as the leaders in the NL Central. Will we be able to say the same thing next Monday? Probably, but… The Cubs have […]


Which Giant Had The Best Busch Stadium Catch?

It’s Friday. And the Birds aren’t on for several more hours. So let’s settle this debate from earlier this week. Great catches by Giant outfielders have now happened in Busch II and Busch III. But which one was better? 1) Kevin Mitchell 2) Juan Perez Vote: Who Had The Better Busch Stadium Catch? […]

The Friday Links

Hard Hittin’ Mark Whiten + The Friday Links

So I was cruising around the internet when I came across a video series that is doing with baseball writer Rick Hummel where he talks about memorable moments from his career. In this one, he remembers Mark Whiten’s 4 home run game. It’s worth the watch, if only for the anecdote of Joe Torre […]


Cardinals Needed Brandon Moss To Shine… He Didn’t

When a team records 2 hits over the course of 9 innings, it’s hard to focus the sight on one player in particular. Very few times in the history of baseball has a team won a game with 2 hits. But last night the Cardinals were #Mossed. 0-2 with RISP, Moss batted cleanup and finished […]


The Data On The Cardinals Starting Outfield

Jason Heyward isn’t playing tonight against SF due to a sore hamstring that he tweaked during Monday night’s game against the Giants. Sigh. Here is the lineup, in which Brandon Moss is hitting cleanup: Here is the data on your starting OF: Thomas Pham: 52 PAs | .170 AVG | 1 HR | 3 RBI […]


The Cardinals Win But Storm Clouds Forming On Horizon

The Cardinals beat the San Francisco Giants on Monday night in Busch Stadium to push to 34 games over .500 and 45-18 at home. With 7 games against the sub .500 Padres and Diamondbacks on the schedule after 2 more with the Giants, the Cardinals could ensure a winning season by getting to 82 wins by […]


Cardinals Not Allowed To Have Any Power; Grichuk To DL

The St. Louis Cardinals have 97 home runs on the season. Randal Grichuk (15), Matt Holliday (4), Matt Adams (4) and Jon Jay (1) have combined for 24 of those 97 or 24.7% of the team total. All four players are now on the DL. This, my friends, is not good news. In fact, it’s […]


Cardinals 2016 Schedule Almost Done; No Pujols

According to, the 2016 Cardinals schedule is almost finalized. You have 2 big questions, so let’s get those out of the way now: 1) Will Pujols be coming to St. Louis?  No. 2) Will the Cardinals have any weekend home games against the Cubs? No. The schedule makers won’t comment on the the 2016 slate […]


Cardinals Get Creamed Twice In Same Game – Somehow It Was Still Watchable

It’s a Thursday night in the middle of August. The Cardinals are 33 games above .500, 7 games up on the division and going for a sweep against the team that is ‘chasing’ them. Lance Lynn gets the start and lasts 2/3 of an inning before getting pulled. The Cardinals are down 7 runs before […]

The Friday Links

Cute Overload + The Friday Links

I was going to post a real weird video today. Real weird. But then I came across a video of a bunny and fawn playing in the backyard of a YMCA and, well, it’s Friday. So here’s that: Now, The Friday Links… The Beatles changed everything. LINK HERE Massages be link… LINK HERE Everyday […]

Cardinals HOF

Cardinals To Induct 2015 Hall Of Fame Class This Saturday

The St. Louis Cardinals will induct their 2nd annual HOF class this Saturday during a ceremony at Ballpark Village prior to the evening game against the Marlins. Inductees:  Ted Simmons Bob Forsch Curt Flood George Kissell The HOF currently has 26 members, not including the inductees mentioned above. Information: SAT AUG 15 @ 2p CT […]