The Cardinals have managed to stay in the playoff race, thanks to a strong farm system that’s paying off in the big leagues.
We’re talking how quickly the Cardinals’ clubhouse culture changed once Mike Shildt took over as manager, and how that’s affecting performance on the field.
The Cardinals’ change in management and other slumping teams may give St. Louis just enough wins to creep into the playoffs.
This week’s PGA Championship is critical to changing St. Louis’ image, and vital to the health of the city’s economy.
The bright side of the veteran injuries the Cardinals have sustained is that it gives the team a chance to evaluate their young players before they normally would’ve been able to do so.
The Cardinals’ young lineup should help Mike Shildt in his push to become the team’s full time manager.
We’re talking the Cardinals’ need for a solid middle lineup hitter, and all the factors to take into account before signing a free agent.
We’re discussing why Tommy Pham had to go and how the Cardinals have reduced their veteran pitching.
It’s been a frustrating season to watch the Cardinals’ offense. Also, we’re getting calls from the fake IRS, which is unsettling.
We’re talking the Cardinals’ bullpen issues, and whether it’s worth keeping Greg Holland and Brett Cecil around, even with their price tags.