Nick Plummer’s struggles continue in 2019

The St. Louis Cardinals’ only first-round pick under Chris Correa is still trying to find a groove in A-ball. Let’s see how he is doing. Nick Plummer was an exciting prospect coming out of high school when the St. Louis Cardinals drafted him in the first round of the 2015 MLB Draft. With a strong […]

Press release: Rangers Acquire OF Adolís Garcia From St. Louis Cardinals In Exchange For Cash Considerations

Arlington, Texas — The Texas Rangers today announced that the club has acquired outfielder Adolís García (pronounced ah-DOH-lees) from the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for cash considerations. To make room for García on the Major League roster, right-handed pitcher Jimmy Herget has been designated for assignment. García was… To read the original article please […]

St. Louis Cardinals pitching statistics

The idea for this article grew out of an intriguing conversation I had with Cardinals fan Chuck Brownson on Twitter. I am glad to give him full credit for this idea, and I’m sure he would appreciate a follow. Was just looking at the Cards’ Steamer projections to see why their SP’s were projected to […]

2019 was a constructive year for Nolan Gorman

After looking invincible in 2018, Nolan Gorman finally faced some struggles in the lower levels of the St. Louis Cardinals’ minor leagues. These struggles were necessary and will help in the long run. Widely regarded as the best power bat in the 2018 MLB Draft, Nolan Gorman exploded out of the gates in his career […]

Want a bat? Why not go after Yasiel Puig

He may be too abrasive for some fans, but Yasiel Puig could fill a role for the St. Louis Cardinals just as well as Marcell Ozuna. Why is Puig a great idea? There is probably going to be a big section of readers that hate this idea based off the title alone. However, if you […]

St. Louis Cardinals | Why Nicholas Castellanos is a match

ST. LOUIS — Sometimes, a baseball team just needs a pure hitter.  Example: The St. Louis Cardinals weren’t extra-base hitters in 2019. In fact, they ranked 28th in doubles, 23rd in slugging percentage, and 24th in home runs. They weren’t exactly all or nothing, having sat around the middle of the pack in walks and […]

The Cardinals Have Fared Well in the Asian Market

For a team that some most of us grow frustrated with for a lack of activity in the trade and free agency markets, the Cardinals definitely aren’t afraid to take chances when it comes to signing players from Asian baseball leagues. Earlier this week, the Cardinals held a press conference at Busch Stadium to welcome […]

St Louis Cardinals: Matt Carpenter analysis

Matt Carpenter has been a great Cardinal. Let’s just get that out there before anything else. Carpenter’s 29.9 career fWAR is the sixth highest total by a Cardinal in the last thirty years. Ahead of him are two certain Hall of Famers in Pujols and Molina, a should-be Hall of Famer in Edmonds, a coulda-been […]

Renovation of Cardinals spring Roger Dean Stadium approved

JUPITER, Fla. (KMOX) – Officials in Florida have agreed to help fund $108 million of renovations to Roger Dean Stadium, the Spring Training home of the St. Louis Cardinals. The plans originally called for $111 million in renovations, but the new deal has shaved off $3 million and scraped a few ideas. Related: Cardinals 2020 spring training schedule is […]

Free Agent Spotlight: Marcell Ozuna

With the Cardinals signing of Kwang-hyun Kim, the Cardinals are likely done with the starting pitcher market. Nothing says they have to stop of course, but now they come into 2020 with six viable MLB options for the rotation, and pretty good depth behind him. I asked for one more starter, and they gave us […] Adsense Pro Ultimate - Designed by