Following losing 2 out of 3 to the National League Central Division leading Chicago Cubs (93-52), the St. Louis Cardinals (76-69) travel to San Francisco, to take on the Giants in an all important four game series. If the Redbirds have any hope of remaining competitive in the National League Wild Card race, the Cards need to continue their 2016 “Road Magic”. The Cardinals’ are … Continue reading October Baseball in Mid-September: Cards vs. Giants: Is the Wild Card on the Line?
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!
The Cubs remain on top of the latest installment of the MLB Power Rankings, while the Rangers and Blue Jays both leap into the top 5. Continue reading MLB Power Rankings: August 8th
The Blue Jays swapped Drew Hutchinson for Francisco Liriano at the 2016 MLB Trade Deadline. Toronto also received two prospects in OF Harold Ramirez and C Reese McGuire. They also sent Jesse Chavez to the Los Angeles Dodgers in return for Mike Bolsinger. Continue reading Jays Make Small Splash at Trade Deadline
The Chicago Cubs remain on top of the MLB Power Rankings. The Texas Rangers moved up four spots, which is the biggest rise this week. Continue reading MLB Power Rankings: August 1st
Today the Rays have parted ways with Steve Pearce, who has had a tremendous bounce back season. Now, Pearce is heading back to the team that gave him his first real chance in the MLB, the Baltimore Orioles. The Rays picked up Jonah Heim in this deal, who is currently in high Class-A. Heim was the Orioles 13th best ranked prospect, but has struggled at the plate this year by slashing .216/.300/.344 in 329 plate appearances. Continue reading Jonah Heim To The Rays
Every single day history is made in the wonderful game of baseball. Even though most of the great moments of baseball aren’t historic, they sure are memorable for us fans. With that said, here are my top three moments in the MLB for July 31st, 2016. Continue reading The Best Of Baseball: July 31st 2016
AJ Preller and the San Diego Padres (43-57) are clearly sellers at the trade deadline. The 2015 experiment has proven to be a failure and it hasn’t been much better in 2016. Preller traded away a lot of the farm system to obtain big name players, but it hasn’t panned out in wins for the Padres. Continue reading Padres Trade Rumor Update: Cashner, Upton Jr, & Norris
The Chicago Cubs take over the top spot in the latest edition of the MLB Power Rankings. Continue reading MLB Power Rankings: July 25th
On Tuesday, the St. Louis Cardinals recalled Jeremy Hazelbaker and Miguel Socolovich from Triple-A Memphis. To make room on the roster, the Redbirds placed Johnny Peralta on the DL and designated Michael McKenry for Assignment. Continue reading Cards Make Roster Changes: Peralta Begins 2nd Stint on DL in 2016