St. Louis Cardinals’ Offseason Outlook

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The St. Louis Cardinals‘ offseason was officially kicked off by the heartbreaking ninth-inning loss to the Dodgers in the N.L. Wild Card game. With the roller coaster 2021 season in the rear-view mirror, the Cardinals’ front office now focuses their attention on assembling a 2022 roster that can contend for a World Series. Luckily, the […] READ MORE


MLB Rookies Tighten Up Rookie of the Year Race

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MLB rookies are entering the dog days of the season. With the trade deadline come, the Rookie of the Year race continues to build up steam. Some of the award races looked like they had true front runners a month ago. But, a lot has changed since the All-Star break, as this particular award race […] READ MORE


Cardinals Outfield Is Healthy and Productive

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The St. Louis Cardinals are enduring a trying season. They are 51-51 with 60 games left to play. Injuries to the rotation have tested the team’s depth. The offense has been inconsistent. The bullpen has faltered, largely due to absorbing too many innings. Their playoff chances are low as they trail the Milwaukee Brewers by […] READ MORE


Cardinals Offense Fails to Show Up

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The St. Louis Cardinals dropped two games to the Detroit Tigers due, in large part, to an offense that never got going during the brief series. The Cardinals managed six hits on Tuesday and seven on Wednesday. They only pushed two runs across in each contest. They’ve now failed to score more than two runs […] READ MORE


MLB Rookies Contending for Rookie of the Year

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MLB rookies this year are unique. The 2021 class features two surprising but older rookies who are both 28-years old. A few top outfield prospects from Randy Arozarena and Dylan Carlson continue to their mark in their respective leagues too. Expect this list to change throughout the season as Ke’Bryan Kayes returns from the IL […] READ MORE


Several Teams Stand Pat on Trade Deadline Day

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Trade Deadline in Review The 2020 Trade Deadline has come and gone. It brought a major splash with the San Diego Padres acquisition of Mike Clevinger to kick things off. Clevinger ended up being the most notable name to move before the final bell rang. Several other deals were made before time ran out. Other […] READ MORE


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


Dylan Carlson’s Major League Debut

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After not playing for 17 days due to a COVID-19 outbreak, the St. Louis Cardinals resumed their season this past Saturday. Among the many shifts in the roster, Dylan Carlson made a move to the majors. Carlson’s name has been circulating ever since the hiatus in the season started at the end of July. He […] READ MORE


MLB Prospects to Target in Fantasy Leagues

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The shortened MLB 60-game season has handed us multiple surprises. Many players who likely wouldn’t reach the majors this year have had opportunities on teams hindered by positive COVID-19 tests. In addition, the expanded rosters allow teams to be more flexible and easier to call up top prospects. Many prospects have made their MLB debuts […] 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