Shildt Fired Despite Success

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The St. Louis Cardinals cited “philosophical differences” as they fired Mike Shildt on Thursday. For many, it was a curious move. The team enjoyed a significant amount of success since he took over as manager with 69 games left in the 2018 season. Despite trips to the playoffs in each of his full seasons at […] READ MORE


Mike Shildt Terminated As Cardinals Manager

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Mike Shildt is out as manager of the St. Louis Cardinals as the upper management decided to terminate Shildt as manager Thursday afternoon, citing “philosophical differences” as the reasoning. Shildt was the Cardinals manager from 2018-2021 and won the 2019 NL Manager of the Year award. The 53-year-old amassed a record of 252-199 in his […] READ MORE


Dodgers Walk off Cardinals, Advance to NLDS

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The Los Angeles Dodgers stunned the St. Louis Cardinals as the Dodgers Chris Taylor hit a walk-off home run against the Cardinals Alex Reyes in the ninth inning of the Wild Card Game on Wednesday night. The game was close all night as Max Scherzer did not fully seem to be on his game. Adam […] READ MORE


Cardinals Take Control of Second Wild Card

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The St. Louis Cardinals have shifted the outlook for their season dramatically. A nine-game winning streak can do that. On September 7th, the Cardinals were 69-68 and trailed both the San Diego Padres and Cincinnati Reds by three and a half games for the last wild-card spot. The Philadelphia Phillies led them by a game […] READ MORE


Cardinals Bullpen Blows Two Games in Pittsburgh

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The St. Louis Cardinals split a four-game set against the Pittsburgh Pirates over the weekend. In a season full of injuries and missed opportunities, the sweep was within reach against the struggling Pirates. Cardinals starters only surrendered six runs across the four games. The offense put 27 runs on the board. However, the Cardinals bullpen […] READ MORE


Wainwright Wins as Cardinals Take Series Finale

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The St. Louis Cardinals dropped the first two games of a three-game set against the lowly Pittsburgh Pirates. Once again, they needed Adam Wainwright to come through and stop the bleeding. And once again, he did. Going into the season, it was easy to write him off, but Wainwright still wins ballgames. As frustrating as […] READ MORE