To kick off the off-season, a quick look at those who may have played their last game as St. Louis Cardinals.
Two perspectives on the Cardinals chances of coming back against the Dodgers based on past League Division Series.
Catch Brian Walton talking Cardinals baseball with Matt Perrault and Ken Miller on KXnO FOX Sports Radio 1460 in Des Moines today (Friday) at 6:05 p.m. Central.
Matt Holliday’s error did not end the 2009 NLDS, yet the blueprint for the blame game has been in place for a long time.
Historically-based factoids from the Cardinals’ NLDS game one loss Wednesday night.
Now available in relief, two veteran Cardinals starters have been there before.
Dana DeMuth and his crew of five umpires have been assigned to work the St. Louis-Los Angeles NLDS.
How might Cardinals relievers Dennys Reyes and Trever Miller fare against the Dodgers’ Jim Thome in the NLDS?
Is Chris Carpenter’s NL-leading 2.24 ERA enough to win the 2009 Cy Young Award?
Brian Walton joins Rotowire.com’s Jeff Erickson on Fantasy Focus on Blog Talk Radio Monday at 12:30 p.m. Eastern time.
An in-depth look at St. Louis Cardinals participation in the mid-summer prospect showcase shows strong representation from the 2005 draft class.
Rochester group will continue to try to stem continued financial losses in management of Cardinals New York-Penn League affiliate.
St. Louis’ ugly and costly loss on Friday night has to be hung on the manager.
Adam Wainwright is on his way to the seventh-best pitching season in MLB this decade.
Injured at the plate while swinging earlier this season, Chris Carpenter instead put a hurt on the Reds Thursday with his bat.
Is the Cardinals problem Bronson Arroyo, messed up baseballs or something else entirely?
I will be back as a panelist on FOX Sports Midwest’s live blog during the Thursday morning/afternoon Cardinals game. Join in the discussion!
Analyzing changes in levels of recognized St. Louis Cardinals minor league standouts since 2004.
At least one recent Cardinal thinks a World Series win would set up a “leave on top” scenario for the manager and pitching coach.
The number of St. Louis Cardinals minor league selections for all-star and elite competitions was down 18 percent from 2008.
After a robust 60 games-over-.500 total in 2008, the top six Cardinals minor league clubs posted their fourth losing mark in five years in 2009.
Though the odds are clearly against him, Albert Pujols still has a chance to match Ducky Medwick.
The Cardinals current RBI leader has nothing on an under-recognized former great from the 1920’s and 1930’s.
I will be back as a panelist on FOX Sports Midwest’s live blog during Wednesday evening’s Cardinals game. Join in the discussion!
90 percent of Mark DeRosa’s home runs with the St. Louis Cardinals have come with the bases empty.
The last two Astros managers lost their jobs when St. Louis arrived in town.
No Cardinals minor league skipper with at least six years of service has won a higher percentage of regular season games than Chris Maloney.