St. Louis Cardinals Getting Back to Full Force

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The St. Louis Cardinals are getting back to full force following 16 days without games due to a COVID-19 outbreak. The Cardinals missed 18 games after 10 players and eight staff members tested positive for COVID-19. This hiatus marked the longest midseason break not caused by a strike in MLB history. St. Louis is 9-8 […] READ MORE


Christian Yelich’s Slump

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The Milwaukee Brewers entered their fourth weekend of games with a 7-10 record. While certainly not beyond recovery, the Brewers’ losing record is underwhelming. In 2019, the team placed second in the National League Central division, finishing 89-73. Their season ended after losing to the Washington Nationals in the NL Wild Card game. Though the […] READ MORE


Chicago White Sox Young Stars Start Strong

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After opening the season with a 1-4 record, the Chicago White Sox have won six games in a row. The White Sox are currently in second place in the American League Central division. Part of their early success can be attributed to three of their youngest players. White Sox young stars Luis Robert, Eloy Jimenez, […] READ MORE


Miles Mikolas Out For 2020 Season

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The St. Louis Cardinals will continue their season without right-handed starting pitcher Miles Mikolas. Mikolas was initially placed on the 10-day Injured List with a right forearm strain on July 28. Since then, beat writer Anne Rogers has reported that Mikolas will undergo surgery to fix his right flexor tendon, and he will consequently miss the […] READ MORE


St. Louis Cardinals Designated Hitter 2020

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2020 Designated Hitter  The 2020 MLB season will be unusual in many ways. The season will last 60 games and the National League will play with a designated hitter. The American League first adopted the designated hitter in 1973. Since then, all AL games and interleague games played at AL stadiums have utilized a designated […] READ MORE