Category: St. Louis Cardinals

John Mozeliak Talks 2018 St. Louis Cardinals With Cardinals’ Bloggers

John Mozeliak Talks 2018 St. Louis Cardinals With Cardinals’ Bloggers

One of the absolute pleasures about blogging about the Cardinals is the “United Cardinal Bloggers Weekend”. This is where we are treated to not only a game but a Q&A session with John Mozeliak and Bill Dewitt III. This is such an honor. I know that I am not your typical journalist who went got […]

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Jordan Hicks’ Problem With the Strikeout

Jordan Hicks’ Problem With the Strikeout

Jordan Hicks has been a revelation for the St. Louis Cardinals, but why isn’t he racking up strikeouts? You don’t have to squint too hard to see the similarity between Jordan HicksĀ and Aroldis Chapman. Sure he’s a righty, and he’s not quite as tall, but come on. HisĀ triple-digit heater has fueled an onslaught of content […]

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Evaluating What the Cardinals are Getting From Miles Mikolas

Evaluating What the Cardinals are Getting From Miles Mikolas

We are now three starts into the Cardinal career of Miles Mikolas. It’s time to take a look at what he offers and evaluate how successful he can be in the rotation. Miles Mikolas was brought in over the offseason with loads of complaints that the St. Louis Cardinals were being cheap. Many thought the […]

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St. Louis Cardinals MLB Draft Preview: Greyson Jenista

St. Louis Cardinals MLB Draft Preview: Greyson Jenista

One of my favorite things about baseball being back is that the Cardinals MLB Draft is coming up soon. I always love looking into who the Cardinals should look into selecting, so let’s start on that track now. The St. Louis Cardinals will have their highest non-compensatory first-round pick since 2009 when they selected Shelby […]

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Yadier Molina is Crushing the Ball

Yadier Molina is Crushing the Ball

Yadier Molina is having a power resurgence. To the naked eye, it may just be a coincidence, but there may be more behind it. From April 1, 2013, through May 13, 2017, Yadier Molina did not hit a lot of home runs. Thirty-two, to be exact, over 2224 plate appearances. On May 14, 2017, Molina […]

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Adam Wainwright’s Curveball Has Improved

Adam Wainwright’s Curveball Has Improved

As Adam Wainwright is trying to reinvent himself it seems his most famous pitch may be being reinvented as well. We all know why he’s changing it but let’s look at how. Adam Wainwright is famous for his curveball. He has been ever since he threw this one to Carlos Beltran in the 2006 NLCS: […]

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