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Aledmys Diaz Is Having One of Best Rookie Seasons in Cardinals History

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If 2016 is the Year of the Shortstop in MLB, the St. Louis Cardinals are taking part in the celebration. And they’re grateful. Where would the Cardinals  be without Aledmys Diaz? The rookie shortstop continues to excel and impress. His spectacular April wasn’t a fluke, after all. It was a preview of the coming attractions. In the latest contribution to his ...

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Daily Bernie: July 21 – How Good Can Martinez Be?, Should MU Look for Experienced AD?

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The entire Cardinals rotation has improved mightily as this crazy season’s unfolded, with Carlos Martinez’ four-seamer retiring batters at will. How good can the 24-year-old hurler become? Bernie tackles this topic and how much experience should factor into Mizzou’s AD hunt on Thursday’s show. Your host also welcomes St. Louis Rams Super Bowl Champion, Kurt Warner to discuss this weekend’s ...

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Improved Cardinals Rotation is an Emerging Factor in NL Playoff Race

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Trying to stay within visual-contact range of the first-place Cubs, the Cardinals trailed their rivals by seven games going into Thursday’s schedule But let’s put the Cubs aside for now and agree to take a closer look should the Cards make a significant deficit reduction in the NL Central standings. For now the Cardinals are thick in the game as ...

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Langosch: Cardinals Call In Reinforcement, Still Worried About Reyes’ Efficiency and Command

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The Cardinals finally called in some bullpen reinforcement in Miguel Socolovich this week, after watching the relief staff leak like a sieve for some time now. Socolovich has had a strong season at Triple-A Memphis with a 2.79 ERA through 38.2 innings pitched and three saves. So what can we deduct from this move and the lack of others? 101ESPN ...

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Cardinals Rightfielder Stephen Piscotty: Even Better Than Anticipated

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Stephen Piscotty made his big-league debut a year ago, last July 21 to be exact. He entered the majors with reasonably positive expectations. I don’t think anyone believed Piscotty would turn into a 30-homer banger, but he came to the Cardinals with a good reputation: smart hitter, intelligent overall player, line-drive bat, lots of doubles, will do fine defensively. One ...

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Daily Bernie: July 19 – Should the Cards Go All-In?, Did Correa Act Alone?

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Could the Cardinals be entering a franchise crossroads with such an aging core? Bernie discusses this Tuesday as well as everything else Cards with executive correspondent Richard Justice. Your host also devotes plenty discussion to the recent Chris Correa sentencing and what it could mean for the franchise. John Clayton also joins the show to go around the NFL ...

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