2021 Cardinals MLB Game 151 thread – Wednesday, Sept. 22 at Brewers

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    forsch31
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    1982, Hudson should be the 5th starter next year.

    #173183
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    The faces of the Brewer fans, back behind Goldy’s close up shots on camera, tell it all.

    Tscurlo, I can’t fault them, they’ve never seen a ball hit 700 feet before.

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    Well I’ll have to wait til next year in spring training to assess Hudson far as being the fifth starter.

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    1982 willie
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    The umpire should be charged 500 dollars each for those blown calls at the plate. You take their money away for that and their strike zone will get better immediately.

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    1982 willie
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    Now the umpire is being stupid with that high call to bader. If I was in charge, I would just fire him on the spot.

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    Amy looking good again tonight.

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    1982 willie
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    It would be nice to see miller have a good solid inning here.

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    Just win baby!

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    1982 willie
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    That’s 11 in a row. Can we make it 12. I won’t be able to watch it, got work but hopefully we get great pitching and the same hitting we had tonight.

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    Another great win for the Redbirds! Mikolas with another good start. The pitching staff has done a great job against the Brewers. Hoping for the sweep tomorrow! Go get them Waino!

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    Good game for us. Great pitching , consistent offense and great defense. Don’t exagerate it though. The Brewers had a lot of miscues. Go Cardinals!

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    Would be nice if goldy and oneil can get to 30 homers. It’s been a long while since we’ve had three thirty homerun guys in same season.

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    I think you keep DeJong as a DH option and spot starter on the left side of the infield? He’s cheap, a professional guy, and has some thunder.

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    Why would anybody want a sub-.200 DH?

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    .200 and 25% K is a lot to tolerate for a homer a week. I turned in before PDJ entered but I assume he looked like he’s been looking on the 2 Ks.

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    Has anyone found/read an update on Arenado’s back since the game?

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    CFiCT…this was the quote from the ESPN article on the game:

    Cardinals manager Mike Schildt was cautiously optimistic about Arenado in his postgame availability, but concerned nonetheless.

    “It tightened up on him a little bit, and just wanted to get him out of there as a precaution,” he said. “There’s always some concern, but it felt better at the end of the game than it did when he got taken out.”

    https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/32261014/nolan-arenado-leaves-back-tightness-st-louis-cardinals-get-win-11th-row

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    Absolutely zero chance we’ll see Arenado start in today’s game. And that’s about all I have this morning, as I’m feeling the ill effects of a smuggled into the ballpark bottle of the Wild Turkey last night. Please everyone, no talk of din-din until at least noon today.

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    Obviously it’s not ideal having a sub .200 hitter but when the guy is already part of the club, a true pro, can play multiple IF positions and has legit pop it’s not the worst option in the world.
    If he could get up into the .230-.240 range with the same power that would get me a little more excited.

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    Goldy is earning his money.

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    “That’s 11 in a row. Can we make it 12. I won’t be able to watch it, got work but hopefully we get great pitching and the same hitting we had tonight.”

    I hesitate to even bring up the streak…. cause it could possibly go south…just as fast as it went north. 🙁 🙁 🙁

    Hopefully NOT!!!!! And the streak will continue.

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    And Goldy should win a Gold Glove this year too.

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    Goldy is earning his money.

    I hope he keeps proving naysayers like me wrong. He looked like a possible mistake in 2019, even with the solid numbers. Last year felt like a late career renaissance, albeit short lasting. This year, even with the slow start and OBP drop he’s been as good as ever. Here’s hoping he repeats it the next few years and retires in the lore as one of the better extensions we’ve had lately, despite the cost. Sort of a new generation Matt Holliday.

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