A rumor has surfaced that the St. Louis Cardinals might be considering an offer to veteran Pedro Martinez to be their 2009 closer. That seems a bad idea for many reasons.
Dissatisfied with their left-handed relievers, the St. Louis Cardinals are apparently shopping again.
The St. Louis Cardinals aren’t the only club trying to convert an outfielder to second base this spring. In fact, they weren’t even the first to consider the idea for 2009.
Brian Walton joins host Jeff Erickson on Fantasy Focus on Blog Talk Radio Wednesday at Noon Eastern time.
How have the St. Louis Cardinals fared against left-handed starting pitchers and at what frequency?
2009 signals a change in the traditional make up of the St. Louis Cardinals roster with the potential for the fewest number and left-handed and switch-hitters since 1999.
Short bursts of St. Louis Cardinals-related news from all over the web.
Looking at a typical number of disabled St. Louis Cardinals players to start the season and wondering about any possible correlation with the team’s won-loss record.
A 13-year analysis of St. Louis Cardinals Manager Tony La Russa’s defensive deployment of his starters as well as his starting lineups.
David Freese, the early leader to take the interim third base job for the St. Louis Cardinals, is slowed by injuries resulting from a January car accident.
The St. Louis Cardinals Single-A entry, currently the Quad Cities River Bandits, is their top affiliate in terms of wins and playoff appearances. This is the third of six in-depth looks at the history of the Cardinals system’s minor league clubs.
Looking back at winning and losing streaks registered by past St. Louis Cardinals baseball clubs
The St. Louis Cardinals’ projected player payroll is down $8.6 million from 2008, very close to the average for clubs in the top half of spending across MLB.
The St. Louis Cardinals reportedly inquired about signing new Dodgers second baseman Orlando Hudson. Good thing they didn’t follow through.
An update on audio and video-related St. Louis Cardinals broadcast news for spring training 2009.
The second of six in-depth looks at St. Louis Cardinals minor league franchises continues with their Appalachian League entry, the Johnson City Cardinals.
The first of six in-depth looks at St. Louis Cardinals minor league franchises begins with the New York-Penn League
A new series highlighting St. Louis Cardinals minor league results system-wide from 1984 through 2008.
A dozen questions to test your knowledge of how St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa deployed his line-up in 2008.
Looking at what readers are currently asking about the St. Louis Cardinals through a search of their web queries.
The St. Louis Cardinals manager’s use of different daily lineups is trending upward and 2009 is shaping up to offer more of the same.
With the Monday signing of outfielder Ryan Ludwick, all five St. Louis Cardinals arbitration-eligible players have come to terms on 2009 contracts.
Aaron Miles and Adam Kennedy are no longer St. Louis Cardinals second basemen. The answer to which one may be more greatly missed could be surprising.
Revisiting current and past St. Louis Cardinals non-roster invitees to their major league spring training camps.
Some fans are worried that MLB Commissioner Bud Selig will try to re-write the record books due to the steroids scandals. Realistically, they have little reason for concern.
Writing for FoxSports.com, columnist Jason Whitlock believes he has linked the origin of the steroids era to race. I can neither express how strongly I disagree with him nor understand why he went there, anyway.
Albert Pujols wisely dodged making direct comments on the Alex Rodriguez steroids scandal, yet his relief about his own team seems very limited in focus.