Archive for the ‘Cardinals’ Category

Dugout Central’s 2012 National League Central Preview

Saturday, February 25th, by JohnBowen

The Brewers won the division last year, but the Cardinals had the last laugh. What will 2012 bring?

Cardinals, with Beltran – Clear Favorites in the Central

Friday, December 23rd, 2011 by JohnBowen

Well done, Mr. Mozeliak.

NL MVP – Who’s your pick?

Monday, November 21st, 2011 by JohnBowen

Verlander has his award, who will carry the day in the NL?

MLB Gold Gloves: Who are your picks?

Saturday, October 29th, 2011 by JohnBowen

The awards have been picked! Did you agree?

Defying the Odds: The 2011 St. Louis Cardinals Story

Saturday, October 29th, 2011 by JohnBowen

Congrats to the World Champions!

Friday, February 4th, 2011 by JohnBowen

John looks at what’s in store for the NL Central in 2011.

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 by KerryWhisnant

The St. Louis Cardinals and Colorado Rockies are the only two teams who have a better record against teams above .500 than against those below .500. If they don’t make the playoffs, they have only themselves to blame.

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 by JoeDelGrippo

During Monday night’s St. Louis Cardinals loss to the last-place (and worst record in baseball) Pittsburgh Pirates, Albert Pujols was 3-for-5 with a double, raising his batting average to .322.
I know this stat is not important to saber heads (please bear with us), but for this argument it is imperative.
Meanwhile, on the west coast, Cincinnati’s [...]

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010 by KerryWhisnant

The Cardinals are off to a fast start, primarily due to their strong pitching. And despite a 4-0 record, Chris Carpenter has been arguably their fourth-most effective starter. Although they are unlikely to keep up their torrid pace on the mound, this bodes well for the Cardinals chances at another postseason appearance.

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010 by ThomasWayne

I tell you what…when the Cardinals discuss getting the band back together…they really discuss getting the band back together. First McGwire, and now there looks like there might be an opening for Jim Edmonds. Makes you wonder if a quick call to one-time-Cardinal-GM-now-head-man-in-Cincy Walt Jockety could get Scott Rolen to shore up that possible opening at 3rd base.