The Cardinals, as good as we can be now, have a very bright future ahead of us, and can expect 30 very exciting guys waiting to come up in the minors, according to mlb.com, so why don’t we take a quick look at each of those 30 players? MLB.com ranks prospects numbers 1-4 as Alex Reyes, Carson Kelly, Jack Flaherty, and Tyler O’Neill. Most Cardinal … Continue reading A Look at the Cardinals’ Top Prospects
The Blues played for the first time in a week because of their bye week, taking on the Toronto Maple Leafs in Toronto. The Jets have finally caught up to the Blues in games played and stand just four points ahead of the Blues for first place, and the Nashville Predators have played 4 games less than the Blues but only lead them by … Continue reading Blues Crunch Leafs 2-1 (OT)
A lot of things have changed in baseball since 2004. After all, it has been 14 years. Everything from the technology players use to speeding up the game to the style in which players hit and pitch has evolved to fit to the modern 2018. On the Cardinals, the names left from the 2004 team have come and gone…except for one. He is the only … Continue reading Molina’s Legacy: Overcoming the Odds
As St. Louis Blues fans, one of our favorite things to do is hit the panic button. When things aren’t going well, we are always quick to declare the situation an emergency. The Blues are struggling to string together wins? Cue the “I knew this would happen. This team is horrible,” talk. With the Blues’ play dipping in recent months (compared to their red-hot start … Continue reading Blues Fans: Don’t Hit the Panic Button (Yet)
The constant debate for the St. Louis Cardinals lineup is who should bat in the leadoff spot? First, the leadoff spot is a very important part of the lineup. The batter batting first can give you a big boost to start off the game. That is why it’s crucial to have the right player batting first in the lineup. So what player do you think … Continue reading Who Should Leadoff for the St. Louis Cardinals in 2018?