A big, early lead in a baseball playoff game always means victory, as the Boston Red Sox demonstrated once again in Game One of the 2013 World Series.
Charlie Brennan – Monday, October 14th – Jason Keidel Writes “House of Cardinals — Is St. Louis America’s Team?”
Charlie talks with WFAN/CBS Radio-New York Sports Columnist Jason Keidel about his article, “House of Cardinal — Is St. Louis America’s Team?”
Dramatic ending to series opener with Seattle Mariners, as Cards win 2-1
It would be natural, and perhaps even easy, to worry about the news that Jake Westbrook will miss more time than originally anticipated due to an elbow injury. Westbrook said Friday that underwent a second […]
St. Louis gets home runs from Pete Kozma, Daniel Descalso, Kolten Wong
Emceed by Cardinals broadcaster John Rooney, the night turned into a remembrance and celebration of Stan Musial, who passed away a night before the event.
Former aces Adam Wainwright and Tim Linecum take the mound in Game 4 of the NLCS. Both pitchers have had down years. Which pitcher finds his old form may determine the winner of this crucial game in the series.
After Fridays incredible and historical comeback for the Cards, I started thinking about the dramatic playoff moments the Redbirds have had in my lifetime.
The starting pitching matchups are fairly even in the NLCS series between the Cardinals and the Giants. However, the Cardinals have an edge in offense which should allow them to prevail.
According to the statistics, the St. Louis Cardinals historic come from behind victory against the Washington Nationals was not suppose to happen. But the Cardinals have spent much of the last year making the improbable quite possible.