St. Louis Blues 2017-18: A Hunt for the Cup

The leaves are beginning to turn a series of reds and yellows. The air smells a bit crisper as fall begins to show signs of its appearance. Halloween decorations are already being displayed in nearly every store across the country and it is only September. And, in just a few short weeks, the Blues season begins. The blues pre-season has already begun, and the team … Continue reading St. Louis Blues 2017-18: A Hunt for the Cup

Molina’s Concussion Cannot Be Ignored

Catchers are said to be the quarterbacks of baseball teams. They are the leaders, the rally starters, the most intimidating players on the field at all times. They also take the brunt of the pain that comes with being a professional baseball player, and just like quarterbacks, concussions for a catcher can completely halt their playing career. An example would be Cardinals manager Mike Matheny, … Continue reading Molina’s Concussion Cannot Be Ignored

Cards Outlast Cubs in a Bullpen Duel to Keep Their Season Alive

After his last outing against the Cubs, Carlos Martinez was looking to bounce back with a strong outing to help push his team to the postseason. On the other side Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta was hoping to give his team a chance to clinch a playoff berth for the 3rd year in a row. None of this went to plan. Carpenter opened up the scoring … Continue reading Cards Outlast Cubs in a Bullpen Duel to Keep Their Season Alive

Bouwmeester’s out. Who’s in?

As opening night draws nearer, there are still questions left unanswered. Perhaps the most glaring question is: Who will fill in for defenseman Jay Bouwmeester? Jay Bouwmeester is out for another two weeks with a fractured ankle, which he suffered in a scrimmage during training camp. Jake Walman, Vince Dunn, and Petteri Lindbohm should all get a chance to show how ready they are to … Continue reading Bouwmeester’s out. Who’s in?

What Could Have Been for the Cardinals

In a year in which the Cardinals are currently in 3rd place in the Central Division and 2.5 games out of a wild card spot, most Cardinals fans have essentially given up on the season as the postseason chances are slim to none. Considered a down year by most fans, the Cardinals could’ve had it a lot worse and it is quite impressive that they … Continue reading What Could Have Been for the Cardinals