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The Time I Made Three Errors in One Play

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Three errors on one play…it’s a feat many thought couldn’t be done. But those people hadn’t met me. While defense was never a strong suit in my baseball career, it was especially an issue for me when I was making my way up in the minors. Right out of high school, I logged my first season of Cardinals A ball ...

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Adams over Moss is Cardinals’ Best Option at First Base

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Going into the 2016 season, it’s no secret the Cardinals’ pitching is their strength. The question mark lies in whether or not St. Louis will have enough offensive production to compete with a powerful Cubs lineup. This topic just won’t quit as the season approaches, with sports talkers (Including The Turn) touting the Cubs’ bats vs. Cardinals’ pitching as the rivalry ...

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With Wacha and Martinez in House, Cardinals Don’t Need to Spend Crazy for Pitching

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When the Cardinals lost the bidding war for free agent pitcher David Price, fans were understandably upset at having lost out on a legitimate number one ace. What’s important to remember, though, is what the Cardinals have brewing in-house for the 2016 season. A $217 million front of the rotation pitcher might not make sense for a team with a staff that includes ...

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David Ortiz Retirement Announcement is an Ego Trip

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In announcing his retirement early on in the offseason, Red Sox slugger David Ortiz may have indulged himself a bit too much. Preseason retirement announcements are reserved for historic players, and while Big Papi is among the best designated hitters to have played the game, with three World Series Championships to boot, he’s not in the conversation with Biggio, Gwynn, etc. ...

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Lance Lynn Showed Next Level Toughness Playing Through Injury in 2015

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Of course the news that Cardinals pitcher Lance Lynn will miss the 2016 season following Tommy John surgery is disappointing…but in another way it’s impressive to realize Lynn pitched a good part of his 2015 season while injured. It’s tough enough to play professional baseball while healthy, let alone playing while hurt. But to actually succeed while playing through injury? That’s a whole ...

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The Cardinals Don’t Have to Overpay for Heyward

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There’s no denying Jason Heyward’s contribution to the Cardinals in 2015, but that’s no reason to overpay for him in free agency. Consider the offensive firepower this club has seen from rookies this season who’ll likely be competing for playing time come 2016. Now, should GM John Mozeliak really go crazy to sign a high-dollar free agent? The price tag some ...

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