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Jason Heyward vs. Randal Grichuk: Time for a Change?

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Jason Heyward was supposed to be a part of the answer to the Cardinals’ minimal offensive production in 2014. That hasn’t happened. While the six-year veteran’s defense has been predictably solid, Heyward has had a rough season at the plate, batting .250 in 144 at bats with only 12 RBI. Not exactly a powerhouse. So, at what point does Randal Grichuk deserve a serious ...

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Dan Jennings As Manager? It’s Getting Weird in Miami

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Imagine for a second that the St. Louis Cardinals were struggling so badly it was time to move on from Mike Matheny as manager. Unpleasant thought, right? Now, imagine the Cardinals decided to fill that void with GM John Mozeliak. It’s getting weird. Are bowties even allowed in the dugout? Of course this scenario wouldn’t happen in a million years in St. ...

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It’s Too Early to Call the Shelby Miller Trade a Bad One

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So, that Shelby Miller trade…was that a bad idea? Many Cardinal fans likely had that question upon seeing highlights of Miller’s near no-hitter Sunday versus the Marlins. Given the season-ending injury to Adam Wainwright, it might seem nice to hit the re-set button on the deal that sent Miller to Atlanta and brought Jason Heyward to St. Louis. But to suggest that ...

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10 Trade Targets for the Cardinals’ Rotation

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While Cardinals GM John Mozeliak doesn’t need to rush to make a deal, it’s looking like a trade is going to have to happen for St. Louis. The “internal solutions” method is becoming too much of an uphill battle to last beyond mid July. Lance Lynn and John Lackey are this rotation’s workhorses. No worries there. Michael Wacha looks great and is pitching at an elite ...

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The Cardinals Intend to Make the Indians’ Bad Start Even Worse

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Back to it for the road-weary Cardinals. The team endured an exhausting run of 20 games in 20 days before finally enjoying a day off on Monday. The Cards open their 2015 interleague schedule with the Cleveland Indians Tuesday. Many picked the Indians (11-19) as AL Central contenders prior to the season, but Cleveland has fallen on hard times with the loss of catcher Yan Gomes ...

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