ST. LOUIS, MO - SEPTEMBER 29: St. Louis Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak (L) and Bill DeWitt, Jr. managing partner and chairman of the St. Louis Cardinals talk in the dugout prior to a game against the Chicago Cubs at Busch Stadium on September 29, 2013 in St. Louis, Missouri.  The Cardinals beat the Cubs 4-0.  (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

The One Reason The Cardinals Won’t Be Making A Big Move Today

The MLB non-waiver trade deadline is today @ 3p CT. The Cardinals will not make a big trade before then. This isn’t a controversial statement. If you were to look at a the Cardinals 2016 objectively, you’d see a team that has many flaws, but none of them so glaring that a move – even […]


Cardinals Rated ‘Least Likable’ Team In Baseball

Deadspin has been having a good time with the Cardinals losses in 2016. After each of the now 49 L’s, they post a quick update to their site, serving the dual purpose of giving Deadspin founder Will Leitch a digital noogie while also working the more high-strung Cardinals fans amongst us into a mild lather. […]

The Friday Links

Box Springs Up Stairs + The Friday Links

I subscribe to ‘This Old House’ on YouTube. They surfaced this video to my page and it really hit home. I know I’ve straight up abandoned at least one box spring because I couldn’t figure out how to move it. Maybe this will resonate with you, maybe it won’t. And if it doesn’t, congrats on […]


The Most Unlikely Win Of 2016… So Far

The Cardinals have won 54 games in 2016. All wins are not created equal and win #54 was the most improbable of 2016. While we’re all over here yakking about Aroldis Chapman and his 105 MPH fastball, the best closer in baseball has been shutting teams down in historic fashion. Jeurys Familia is the Omega. […]


Cardinals Fans Are Probably Going To See History This Weekend

UPDATE (7/31 @6p): Cardinals fans did not see history this weekend. Ichiro did not get his 3,000th hit. +++++ Last night Ichiro posted the 2,997th hit of his MLB career. And with a four-game series against the Marlins in Miami this upcoming weekend, there is a good chance that Ichiro will become the 30th member of […]

This Is A Good Attitude


Cardinals Lose Game, Series To Dodgers

Timing is everything. On Friday evening the Memphis Redbirds postponed their game against the Iowa Cubs and Mike Mayers and his teammates got an unexpected night off. Later in the night/early morning, the Cardinals engaged in a 16 inning affair with the Dodgers. Since they played a doubleheader earlier in the week and used Tyler […]


Was That The Turning Point?

The Cardinals were following a familiar script on Thursday night. On the precipice of really building some momentum (especially at home) and sweeping the San Diego Padres, the wheels were coming off. They were in the friendly embrace of Busch Stadium, facing a poor team, throwing their ace – a real peach of scenario for a […]


Jedd Gyorko, Everyone

Breakups are never easy. And, just like in real life, professional baseball break-ups are pretty common. Sometimes it’s by choice (hello, Jason Heyward), sometimes it’s not (Tulo is totally fine now) and every once in a while, the tears are all for naught. Over 162 games it’s hard to get yourself capital F capital U […]


Someone Created A Minecraft Version Of Busch Stadium

As if the audience for this site weren’t small enough, we’re going to go VERY niche and make a post on St. Louis Cardinals Minecraft. Specifically, a video I found deep in the bowels of YouTube that tours a detailed version of Busch Stadium that someone has created. If you’re not familiar with Minecraft, it’s pretty […]


Former Cardinals Scouting Director Sentenced For Astros Crack

Thank you to all the fellow nerds that clicked on this article via a Google search because we used ‘crack’ in the headline instead of ‘hack’. Much appreciated. +++++ U.S. District Court Judge Lynn Hughes sentenced former Cardinals Scouting Director Christopher Correa to 46 months prison time and $279,038 in restitution for using a former boss’ password […]

St. Louis Cardinals Adron Chambers celebrates a game winning wild pitch by Chicago Cubs Carlos Marmol as he crosses home plate in the ninth inning at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on September 24, 2011. St. Louis won the game 2-1. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

A Reader Shares His Adron Chambers Interview With Us

If you’re reading this site, you’re one of the few and not proud. The opposite of the Marines. But I promise you there are actually like 10 of you out there. FINE… 3 of you and 7 bots. You won’t admit it to anyone, but Google Analytics does not lie. Over the weekend we got a […]


St. Louis Cardinals Rank As 38th Most Valuable Franchise In Sports

The St. Louis Cardinals have made Forbes’ list of ‘50 Most Valuable Sports Teams‘ for 2016. Forbes’ team values are enterprise values (equity plus debt) based on current stadium deals (unless a new stadium is pending). Ranking 38th, the Cardinals had a year over year gain of 14% and an estimated value of 1.6B dollars, […]