Will St. Louis embrace the veteran pitcher, whom the Cardinals signed to a one-year, $8 million contract yesterday?
If Curt Schilling doesn't want to be on the Hall of Fame ballot, let's replace him with somebody who would enjoy it
A look at the greatest players under all 27 presidents of the Professional Baseball Era, plus predictions on the best of the next one
You probably weren't alive the last time the Cardinals didn't have a credible Hall of Fame candidate on their roster. That may be coming soon.
We know what the San Diego Padres want to be. We know, for better or worse, what the Tampa Bay Rays want to be. But what are the Cardinals?
The top of the Hall of Fame ballot for 2021 is filled with feel-bad stories. Scott Rolen is a refreshing exception to that.
You may have noticed that this is my first time weighing in on a moment which has now passed—whether the St. Louis Cardinals should pick up a $12.5 million option for 2021 on the contract of second baseman Kolten Wong, which it was revealed this afternoon that the Cardinals were not going to do. And…
Justin Turner has offered a spot-on metaphor for the lie Major League Baseball fed us in 2020.
Do you remember Bo Hart? I remember Bo Hart. I could never forget Bo Hart. Bodhi J. Hart was a 26 year-old second baseman, four years removed from being a 33rd round draft pick, languishing in the minor leagues for the St. Louis Cardinals organization when, in 2003, an injury to Miguel Cairo forced the…
I always viewed Bob Gibson as the first modern baseball player. Like all St. Louis Cardinals fans, I grew up revering Stan Musial, even though I had never seen him play. Not only had I never seen him play, but I couldn't even comprehend the idea that he really did play. He seemed like an…