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    I checked out the career of Frankie Frisch for bio. Now this is a player that can proudly be called an Hall of Famer. In the golden days of the game and some of the best years in the Card’s organization, Frisch stood out as one of the best. He won the 1931 MVP and he also finished 2nd and 3rd during his career. I just may take a trip down to Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx and pay my respects. Yes he deserves the effort.

    Thanks TCN for continuing to present some great Cardinal players with great stories. Many fans forget about the game before they were born. I need to go back in STL history and take note of the Cardinal players with good and great careers.

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    It didn’t feel like the team had a winning week, but I guess so. Hopefully they can build a lot more positive records in the weeks ahead. They will need the starters to go a bit deeper into games.

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    The rotation’s game score average was 42.8 the first time through. The second was 56.3 So there has been improvement. The real test will be the 4 games vs. the Dodgers.

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    Our top 4 in the lineup are striking out at a .254 rate (255 PAs – 65 SOs). Leading the pack is Goldy with a 29 percent strikeout percentage followed by Ozuna at .264 and DeJong and Carp at a 23.5 and 23% rate respectively. ONeil and Dex won’t make any good lists in this area either. Goldy got off to a good start but seems to have slowed down for a bit. Still I recognize him as the leader at the end of the season and I am not talking about strikeouts.

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    Tommy Edman and Paul DeJong had somewhat down weeks

    .300/.333/.550 – .883 OPS (6-20, 2 R, 3B, HR, 6 RBI, 1 BB, 4 K, 1 SB). Several clutch hits…surely this is a typo, right?

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