1. Playing Patience or Panic on St. Louis Cardinals' 5 Worst Early Slumps

    It may only be two weeks into the season, but it’s never too early for fans and sportswriters to nitpick and obsess over a player’s early struggles. Some slumps can be written off as the ups and downs, the ebbs and flows of a long season...

    Kerry Walls Written by Kerry Walls about 9 months ago 3,061 reads 14 comments

  2. St. Louis Cardinals Avoid Pitfalls of Big Contracts

    While perusing this list of the top MLB salaries in 2014, you have to travel down 22 spots before seeing the first St. Louis Cardinals player. Adam Wainwright checks in there with his $19...

    Kerry Walls Written by Kerry Walls about 9 months ago 3,814 reads 11 comments

  3. Breaking Down St. Louis Cardinals' Top 10 Prospects to Start 2014 Season

    The St. Louis Cardinals were tabbed by Baseball America in 2013 as the top minor league system in Major League Baseball. That marked a massive turnaround for an organization that had been consistently ranked near the bottom over the past 15 years..

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  4. St. Louis Cardinals System Stacked from Top to Bottom

    Three days before the start of the regular season, Stephen Piscotty was reassigned to the Cardinals ’ minor league camp. The fact Piscotty lasted that long was testament to the impression he left on manager Mike Matheny ...

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  5. Biggest Winners and Losers of St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training

    The team St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny plans to take north to Cincinnati for Opening Day is almost set. Aside from determining the final bullpen spot, the last week in Jupiter, Fla...

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  6. Cardinals Spring Training Report: Surprises, Busts, Injuries

    Even a team as deep and loaded as the St. Louis Cardinals can’t expect to roll through spring training without setbacks. That unexpected injury always seems to rear its ugly head just in time for the regular season to begin...

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  7. Peralta, Wong Give St. Louis Cardinals Talented Tandem

    It's been a revolving door at shortstop and second base for the St. Louis Cardinals for a decade. Yet, the lack of continuity at those positions hasn’t hindered on-field success...

    Kerry Walls Written by Kerry Walls about 10 months ago 2,573 reads 10 comments

  8. St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training Stock Watch

    What a difference a week makes during spring training. The perceptions of a few players in camp for the St. Louis Cardinals have been altered—some for better and others for worse—in a short period of time...

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  9. Trevor Rosenthal Deserves Chance to Start for Cardinals

    What is Trevor Rosenthal ’s long-term role with the St. Louis Cardinals ? For 2014, the answer’s easy. Rosenthal will lock down the ninth...

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  10. St. Louis Cardinals Bench Missing Much-Needed Muscle

    In most areas, the St. Louis Cardinals are one of the heavyweights. Power lineup. Power starters. Power relievers. The bench, however? Well, let’s be generous by calling them lightweights...

    Kerry Walls Written by Kerry Walls about 10 months ago 1,668 reads 5 comments

  11. Lance Lynn Capable of More for St. Louis Cardinals

    Two seasons, 33 wins. That’s what Lance Lynn has given the Cardinals since the start of 2012. Yet, after watching Lynn during that span, you can’t help but feel slightly disappointed...

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  12. Scouting the National League Central

    The St. Louis Cardinals enjoy the finest collection of talent in the National League Central. The depth of their organization helped the Redbirds overcome and persevere in 2013 as champs...

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  13. St. Louis Cardinals Looking for Home Run Rebound in '14

    The 2013 St. Louis Cardinals scored 18 more runs than in 2012 despite hitting 34 fewer home runs. A season after being ranked No. 7 in homers in the National League, they plummeted to No...

    Kerry Walls Written by Kerry Walls about 10 months ago 2,174 reads 17 comments

  14. Net Change Necessary for St. Louis Blues' Cup Hopes?

    Goaltending largely has been the Achilles’ heel for the St. Louis Blues in the playoffs ever since the franchise’s inception...

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  15. Depth Creates Pleasant Problem for St. Louis Cardinals

    A popular thought heading into the offseason had the Cardinals using their surplus of young arms to fill a glaring need at shortstop, possibly by acquiring Troy Tulowitzki , J...

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  16. Cardinals Spring Training: 5 Things to Watch

    Over the last three seasons, the St. Louis Cardinals own a World Series title and have come within a victory of competing in three straight Fall Classics...

    Kerry Walls Written by Kerry Walls about 11 months ago 2,186 reads 4 comments