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Offseason Deals – The Good and the Bad

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This seems like one of the more active MLB offseasons I can remember, with several big time deals being inked. We’ve seen marquee trades and big name free agents signing hefty deals, with Lester’s 7-year contract with the Cubs standing out to Cardinals fans. Some of these deals make sense for both parties, while others seem lopsided. Let’s have a look at a few ...

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Cardinals Shouldn’t Be Desperate to Add Starter in Offseason

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For the last week or so, we’ve heard and read chitchat about the Cardinals not being finished putting together their 2015 roster. This, despite pulling off one of the bigger trades we’ve seen this offseason in the Heyward-Miller swap. The rumblings include John Mozeliak potentially adding a front-of-the-rotation starting pitcher. If the Cards do pull off such a move, you ...

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Cards’ Rotation Still Strong After Trade

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Before Monday’s decision to ship Shelby Miller to Atlanta, I thought the Cardinals were set in terms of pitching. After the latest move, I still feel great about how the arms align going into 2015. John Mozeliak coveted and needed a true difference-maker in right field, period. We don’t know if Jason Heyward will be patrolling the Busch Stadium grass beyond ...

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Royals Get Their Groove Back in Game 2

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Will the Real Slim Shady, er, Royals please stand up? After the disappointment of Tuesday’s 7-1 loss to begin the World Series, Kansas City fans could be forgiven for going full-on Eminem. The exciting team that had become America’s darling inexplicably came out flat vs. the San Francisco Giants, bringing no offense to the table and giving the Kauffman Stadium faithful ...

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