Since dropping the first-two games of a four game set with the Chicago Cubs, the St. Louis Cardinals have won six out of their last seven games, including a five game consecutive winning streak against the Cubs, Houston Astros, and Philadelphia Phillies. Their lone loss during this streak came at the hands of the Phillies; in the second game of a three game series. During … Continue reading Thirty-Nine Games to Go: Cardinals Looking for Wild Card Ticket to Playoffs!
I am not a fan of MLB’s Wild Card setup. I value what the Wild Card offers to MLB and its fans. Prior to the days of Divisional Play, a runaway team like the current edition of the Chicago Cubs who enjoy a 12.5 game lead over the St. Louis Cardinals, would make the rest of the season be one of a real lack of … Continue reading Wild Thing! You Make My Heart Sing! Fifteen Teams Vying for Post Season Play!
These top three events are one author-fan’s purely subjective thoughts on the coolest things which happened around the thirty MLB teams this past weekend. Unlike other features, this one is totally non-quantitative. Fellow fans are welcome to cheer or jeer in the comments. Continue reading The Three Best of the Thirty – August Weekend # 1
Colin Rea went on the disable list after his first start with the Marlins, and they are now shipping him back to San Diego. Continue reading Marlins Return Colin Rea to Padres for Luis Castillo
The Padres, obvious sellers at the 2016 MLB Trade Deadline, have traded starting pitchers Andrew Cashner and Colin Rea to the Miami Marlins for prospects in return. Continue reading Padres (finally) Trade Andrew Cashner & Colin Rea to the Miami Marlins
Following the All Star Game break, the St. Louis Cardinals begin a ten game home stand. Up first are the visiting Miami Marlins. Continue reading Marlins vs Cards to Kick Start the Second Half of the 2016 Season at Busch
Ranking the best ten pitchers that could be available at the 2016 MLB Trade Deadline. Continue reading Top 10 Pitchers That Could Be Moved at the Trade Deadline