1. Matt Holliday's Injury Not as Detrimental to Cardinals as Longoria's Is to Rays

    The emergency surgery to remove Matt Holliday 's appendix certainly harms the heart of the St. Louis Cardinals lineup. But with the advent of laparoscopic procedures, the Cardinals have yet to put the All-Star slugger on the DL...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 3 years ago 357 reads 1 comments

  2. Keeping Albert Pujols, Adam Wainwright Will Prove John Mozeliak a Worthy GM

    On Thursday, the St. Louis Cardinals announced they were extending the contract of GM John Mozeliak by three years. Cardinals Chairman Bill DeWitt Jr...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 874 reads 0 comments

  3. Second Half Begins Positively for Chris Carpenter and the Cardinals

    Strong Start By Carpenter As Chris Carpenter breezed through the Los Angeles Dodgers lineup on Thursday night, all of Cardinal Nation gave a deep sigh of relief while they celebrated the 7-1 victory...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 115 reads 1 comments

  4. St. Louis Cardinals Second Half Predictions, Part Three: The Injured

    If the St. Louis Cardinals win their 11th World Series championship, it will be predicated upon the return to health and effectiveness of key members of the roster...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 855 reads 2 comments

  5. St Louis Cardinals Second Half Predictions, Part 2 : The Bad

    What if we were picking up the pieces like after Game 6 of the 2005 NLCS? Would Cardinal Nation be happy? No! Therefore to follow up the Good News predictions for the first half, here is my disappointments for the second half...

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  6. St Louis Cardinals Second Half Predictions, Part 1 : The Good

    As the St. Louis Cardinals begin the second half of the season, we have prognostications for all three categories of the roster : the good, the bad, and the injured. First we'll look at the ten players to count on in the stretch run to the playoffs...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 758 reads 1 comments

  7. Cards' Wainwright, Holliday Play Key Roles In NL's All-Star Game Victory

    For the first time in 14 years, the National League has won Major League Baseball's All-Star Game 3-1 and has home-field advantage in the 2010 World Series that comes with it. Now, all the St...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 98 reads 2 comments

  8. Jon Jay Proves a Sparkplug for St. Louis Cardinals, but Where Will He Play?

    St. Louis Cardinal OF Jon Jay has been asked only to fill-in for injured starters during his rookie year, but he's doing his best to break into one of the best outfields in the National League...

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  9. Albert Pujols, Adam Wainwright Top St. Louis Cardinals Mid-Season Awards

    As a frustrating first half of the 2010 season winds down, it's time to evaluate the winners and losers on the St. Louis Cardinals talented roster...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 534 reads 1 comments

  10. Cardinals Cure Norris' Voodoo, Exorcise Demons In 8-0 Win Over Astros

    The St. Louis Cardinals finally found the cure for the strange voodoo Houston Astros starter Bud Norris has had over them in his short career...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 43 reads 0 comments

  11. Cardinals Cure Norris' Voodoo, Exorcise Demons In 8-0 Win Over Astros

    The St. Louis Cardinals finally found the cure for the strange voodoo Houston Astros starter Bud Norris has had over them in his short career...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 56 reads 0 comments

  12. Cliff Lee to Cardinals - NOT!

    A quick follow up to my post from last night. The heady but misguided rumors of the St Louis Cardinals trading for Seattle Mariners left-handed starter Cliff Lee proved to be just that - misguided...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 21 reads 0 comments

  13. Relax Cardinal Fans, Maybe Rockies Just Have Our Number

    Fans of The St. Louis Cardinals have their feathers a flutter after getting swept by the Colorado Rockies in 3 games at Coors Field...

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  14. Don't Look for Cliff Lee to Join Cardinals This Season

    Cliff Lee is on the trading block. That's what the rumors say. And rumors are floating everywhere (it seems) that the St. Louis Cardinals are buyers for starting pitching because of the injuries to Brad Penny and Kyle Lohse...

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  15. Failure Is Just Part of the Game

    With the sour, bitter taste of the ninth inning yesterday unwashed from our mouths, Angela Weinhold has a nice historical take on what to expect after the break from our Cardinals: Tony LaRussa And The Second Half | Baseball Digest...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 59 reads 0 comments

  16. How Frustrating Have Things Been?

    A frustrating season leads to abuse of Licensed Apparel This season of Cardinals baseball has cost me fingernails, hairline, and lots of beer-money. But most of the burden has been borne by my cap...

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  17. Oh No! LaRussa Says Carp Is OK

    [This post first published 05 July 2010 on Insensitized] Joe Strauss has reported on STLtoday.com that Cardinals manager Tony LaRussa "voiced confidence in Chris Carpenter's fitness ...

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  18. Waino Goes All The Way, Again

    It was a superlative performance by St Louis Cardinals starter Adam Wainwright on the day he was named to his first All-Star roster...

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  19. Failure Is Just A Part Of The Game

    With the sour, bitter taste of the ninth inning yesterday unwashed from our mouths, Angela Weinhold has a nice historical take on what to expect after the break from our Cardinals: Tony LaRussa And The Second Half | Baseball Digest...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 28 reads 0 comments

  20. How Frustrating Have Things Been?

    A frustrating season leads to abuse of Licensed Apparel This season of Cardinals baseball has cost me fingernails, hairline, and lots of beer-money. But most of the burden has been borne by my cap...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 28 reads 0 comments

  21. Oh No! LaRussa Says Carp Is OK

    Joe Strauss has reported on STLtoday.com that Cardinals manager Tony LaRussa “voiced confidence in Chris Carpenter’s fitness a day after the 2005 NL Cy Young Award winner ...

    Michael Turner Written by Michael Turner about over 4 years ago 21 reads 0 comments