Tag Archives: St. Louis Cardinals

So Much for Being Built for the Playoffs

Teams like San Francisco, Philadelphia, and St. Louis are all teams that are talked about as being built to win in the playoffs, but that does not matter if they don’t actually make it to the playoffs Continue reading

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Baseball Needs to Change the way that it Suspends its Pitchers

Johnny Cueto received a seven game suspension for his involvement in the Cardinals vs. Reds bench clearing brawl. That penalty sounds as though MLB came down really hard on him, but when you figure out how that suspension affects a starting pitcher, it really is not that bad. Continue reading

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Baseball Entering Final Quarter of the Season

With under 50 games left in the baseball season we take a look at the baseball standings and predict who will be in and who will be out of the 2010 playoffs. Continue reading

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Adam Wainwright, the Best Pitcher No One is Talking About

People keep saying that either Ubaldo Jimenez or Josh Johnson will win the NL Cy Young this year, but Adam Wainwright should be guy people are looking at. Continue reading

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MLB Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

The 4pm non waiver trade deadline has come and gone and there was a suprising amount of action that happened. While sluggers like Adam Dunn and Prince Fielder are stating put, pitchers Cliff Lee, Roy Oswalt, and Dan Haren have all been switched teams. Now it is time to see what teams are the big winners of this years trade deadline. Continue reading

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