Brian Walton discusses six St. Louis Cardinals prospects who missed our new 2020 Top 50 list, including one sleeper to watch next season.
Identifying the most-read content at The Cardinal Nation in 2019 offers some surprises.
Derek Shore discusses six top St. Louis Cardinals prospects who missed our new 2020 Top 50, including a pitcher who was working his way into St. Louis consideration before injury, Anthony Shew, and concludes with a deep sleeper to watch in 2020.
News and notes on St. Louis Cardinals minor league pitchers competing this winter across the globe. Alex FaGalde is our Pitcher of the Week based on his standout results in the Dominican Republic.
A look ahead to what may be the top stories surrounding the St. Louis Cardinals in 2020.
Digging into the 17 new names on The Cardinal Nation’s St. Louis Cardinals top prospect list plus three prospects back after an absence. After two years of the Cardinals using trades to help restock the system, 2019 draftees lead the way for 2020.
Weekly news and notes on St. Louis Cardinals position players competing this winter across the globe. Our Player of the Week is catcher Alexis Wilson, standing out big-time defensively this week in Mexico.
A look back at the top stories across the St. Louis Cardinals world during 2019 as predicted last January.
A look at the fastest-rising and fastest falling St. Louis Cardinals top minor league prospects for 2020 compared to 2019.
Paul Goldschmidt is the best fielding first baseman of the last 10 years, according to The Fielding Bible. In 2019, his first season with St. Louis, he helped his middle infielders to take a big step forward, as well.
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.
Pulling together all votes for the St. Louis Cardinals top minor league prospects for 2020 and reviewing the movers and shakers on the top 50 prospect list from year to year.
Year 12 in our annual series looking back at the top news items affecting the St. Louis Cardinals over the prior 12 months.
The Cardinal Nation’s top 50 prospect countdown reaches no. 1 with the 2019 Player of the Year across the St. Louis Cardinals organization. For 2020, the question is when he will be deemed ready for St. Louis. FREE article.
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.
The Cardinal Nation’s top 50 prospect countdown continues with a power-hitting third baseman who is already in the national spotlight and appears ready to tackle Double-A at 20 years of age.
In our 14th annual feature, we remember 18 former St. Louis Cardinals who passed away during the last year, including the oldest former living Cardinal, Wally Westlake, Ernie Broglio and Chris Duncan.
The Cardinal Nation’s top 50 prospect countdown continues with a talented third baseman who struggled with injury in 2019 but retains his top prospect status.
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.
The Cardinal Nation’s top 50 prospect countdown continues with the organization’s top catching prospect, making his third straight top 10 placement in our rankings. Will 2020 be his year to stick with St. Louis or will he eventually be traded like Carson Kelly?
Brian Walton shares his decision process to drop cable and move to live TV streaming. Key elements were determining how to get local channels and finding the plan with all his “must-have” channels.
Weekly news and notes on St. Louis Cardinals position players competing this winter across the globe. Our Player of the Week is infielder Ramon Urias, who batted .333 including a home run in Mexico this period.
The Cardinal Nation’s top 50 prospect countdown reaches the top five with a new contender for the title of the St. Louis Cardinals’ “Catcher of the Future”. FREE article.
Right-handed pitcher Jack Flaherty staked his case as the St. Louis Cardinals’ new rotation leader.
The Cardinal Nation’s top 50 prospect countdown continues with St. Louis’ first-round draft pick from 2019, a left-hander from the University of Kentucky.
After a quarter century of waiting, former St. Louis Cardinals catcher Ted Simmons will finally enter Baseball’s Hall of Fame in 2020.
The Cardinal Nation’s top 50 prospect countdown continues with our 2019 Player of the Year, who after his MLB debut, made the playoff roster. Even so, securing an outfield spot with St. Louis is shaping up to be highly competitive.