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Our annual analysis of the placement of St. Louis Cardinals prospects on six national top 100 lists, plus a look back over the prior eight winters. The Cardinals’ top prospects are fairly consistently ranked across the sources tracked.
A look ahead to what may be the top stories surrounding the St. Louis Cardinals in 2020.
A look back at the top stories across the St. Louis Cardinals world during 2019 as predicted last January.
After three consecutive seasons of playoff misses, the 2019 St. Louis Cardinals won the Central Division for the first time since 2015 and advanced to the Championship Series.
Year 12 in our annual series looking back at the top news items affecting the St. Louis Cardinals over the prior 12 months.
In his first full season leading a major league team, Mike Shildt of the St. Louis Cardinals was named the National League Manager of the Year.
In 2019, the top two hitters on the St. Louis Cardinals did not meet their own career standards – Paul Goldschmidt and Matt Carpenter. The offense followed.
Right-handed pitcher Jack Flaherty staked his case as the St. Louis Cardinals’ new rotation leader.
After a quarter century of waiting, former St. Louis Cardinals catcher Ted Simmons will finally enter Baseball’s Hall of Fame in 2020.
Three first-year players were significant contributors to the St. Louis Cardinals’ successful 2019 season – starting pitcher Dakota Hudson, relief pitcher Giovanny Gallegos and utilityman Tommy Edman.
The St. Louis Cardinals completed a multi-year defensive transformation, turning a prior liability into a significant advantage in 2019.
Despite losing closer Jordan Hicks in June, the St. Louis Cardinals’ bullpen was a major strength in 2019.
One-time St. Louis Cardinals ace Carlos Martinez did not start a game during the 2019 season despite being active the entire way, but was an effective, though eventful at times, choice as closer.
The St. Louis Cardinals not only turned over their big-league hitting coaches, starting with Jeff Albert at the top, they are driving major change throughout the entire system.
Our annual analysis of the placement of St. Louis Cardinals prospects on seven national top 100 lists, plus a look back over the prior six winters. For two players, 2019 results are consistent across all sources.
A look ahead to what may be the top stories surrounding the St. Louis Cardinals in 2019.
A look back at the top stories across the St. Louis Cardinals world during 2018 as predicted last January.
11th installment in our annual series looking back at the top news items affecting the St. Louis Cardinals over the previous 12 months.
The 2018 St. Louis Cardinals improved to 88 wins but still finished in third place, missing the playoffs for the third consecutive season, one which was quite tumultuous.
The number two story in The Cardinal Nation’s countdown of the St. Louis Cardinals top 10 stories of 2018 is the July 14 firing of manager Mike Matheny.
On December 5, the St. Louis Cardinals caused a shift of power in the National League Central with the acquisition of first baseman Paul Goldschmidt. But will his addition make the difference in 2019 and will it be one year and done?
In July, the St. Louis Cardinals made a managerial change, promoting internally-developed coach Mike Shildt. After just 38 games, the club removed his interim tag.
Even though the 2018 St. Louis Cardinals again fell short of the playoffs, a trio of newcomers, from whom little was expected coming in, became top contributors.
The best hitter on the 2017 St. Louis Cardinals, Tommy Pham, granted a controversial interview this spring and by August, became a Tampa Bay Ray.
In St. Louis’ third consecutive year of missing the playoffs, a quartet of well-paid Cardinals stood out in their failure to meet expectations through a combination of injury and unexplainable ineffectiveness.
Despite unprecedented roster churn, mostly driven from above, St. Louis’ Triple-A affiliate, the Memphis Redbirds, under manager Stubby Clapp, won its second consecutive Pacific Coast League title in 2018.