It is impossible to discuss Darryl Kile without discussing his death, but it is malpractice to discuss Darryl Kile without discussing his life.
Tommy Pham, by sheer force of will, had one of the highest peaks for the last quarter-century of the Cardinals
Although not regarded as an ascending prospect, Paul DeJong became a defining example of the last quarter-century of Cardinals Devil Magic.
He was never the team's ace, but Lance Lynn was a rock-solid member of the starting rotation for some of the best teams in recent memory
A look at Andy Benes, a player who became a star elsewhere but truly came into his own in St. Louis
A look back at the unlikely, inconceivable success story of David Freese
While not especially flashy, Todd Stottlemyre was dependable and the ace of a team that broke a nine-year playoff drought for the Cardinals
A look at some of the next-best Cardinals of the last quarter-century
In October 1995, the St. Louis Cardinals hired recently-former Oakland Athletics manager Tony LaRussa. Coming off an eighth consecutive year without a playoff appearance, the Cardinals were hoping to start a new era of dominance. And the very next season, the Cardinals were one game away from the World Series. After building a 3-1 lead…
PECOTA says they won't, but PECOTA is also always wrong