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Pennant Races!

I started this blog over a week ago and I’m sad to report that there has been a lack of blogging happening at the moment.  Why, you might ask? 180 more words


Mathenaging: Post It Note Edition

It was a beautiful win.  Kudos to Tony Cruz.  The Cardinals needed this win.

This is going to be a short post.  The Cardinals won the game and so all is well.  391 more words


The Mike Matheny Show

The Cardinals have a 3.5 game lead in the Central division and welcome the Brewers to town for a three-game series. Manager Mike Matheny joins Tom Ackerman and discusses Matt Adams, the pitching staff, the team’s batting average, and the September call-ups. 35 more words


Getting There Is Not The Hardest Part

The Cardinals train is rolling.  After 3 consecutive disillusioning losses to the Reds in Cincinnati, the Redbirds returned home to sweep the Rockies.  The Rockies are a last place team, so the sweep is not as meaningful as it could be, but at a time when winning games in quantity is more important than winning them in quality, we take what we can get.  807 more words


Michael Wacha Will Skip His Scheduled Start

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Michael Wacha will skip his scheduled start Sunday according to Mike Matheny because he “doesn’t look right.” Marco Gonzales will start in his place. 160 more words


A Perfect Storm in Cincinnati

The Cardinals really screwed the pooch in Cincinnati.  After sweeping the Pirates at home and taking 3 out of 4 against the Brewers in Milwaukee, the Cardinals came into Cincinnati flying high.  632 more words


It's Time For Jason Motte's Postseason Roster Tryout To End....

First and foremost, all due respect to Jason Motte.

The man closed out the Cardinals’ 11th World Series Championship in 2011 to join the likes of Adam Wainwright, Bob Gibson, and Bruce Sutter as Cardinals pitchers to close out a Fall Classic — quite a list — and his work to “strikeout cancer” in 2013 and 2014 is admirable, especially for a professional athlete recovering from career-threatening surgery at the time. 692 more words