With so much talk about the rising Cubs and the Cardinals’ offensive needs, some people may be overlooking a huge strength on this team: it’s bullpen. Continue reading Don’t Overlook the Bullpen of the 2016 St. Louis Cardinals
2015 was a dismal year for sports teams in the St. Louis area. Continue reading Looking Back at St. Louis Sports in 2015
This year’s St. Louis Cardinals club is truly a TEAM. Continue reading The 2015 St. Louis Cardinals: A True Team
ETHAN MAY Columbia, MO (September 10, 2015) – Once again I find myself writing a blog when I should be studying, but I have to get this off my mind. I’ll do my best to keep it short. What’s up with the Cardinals? Up until September this team was winning at an incredible pace. Fueled by … Continue reading Could this slide be a good thing?
ETHAN MAY St. Louis Cardinals General Manager John Mozeliak made it clear early this offseason that his team had some ‘payroll muscle to flex’. Unfortunately, Mo’s vision for the team’s near and distant future were dramatically changed after the tragic death of Oscar Taveras, the organization’s top prospect. This opened a glaring hole in right … Continue reading St. Louis Cardinals looking at Top Notch Hurlers
ETHAN MAY Major League Baseball’s season consists of 162 games and one very important day in the middle. The trade deadline. This season one specific team dominated the trading deadline. It actually was not a team looking to win this season. The Boston Red Sox cleaned house and restocked the pantry as they were willing … Continue reading Red Sox Trading Deadline Reviewed
What IS a rivalry? Is a rivalry only created with a perfect mixture of history and close competition? Can a rivalry be born at any time with the right amount of animosity thrown into the mix? What comes to your mind when you think of rivalries? Yankees vs. Red Sox? Peyton Manning vs. Tom Brady? … Continue reading Rivalry
ETHAN MAY One of the most historic ballparks in baseball hasn’t seen much winning baseball in recent years. The Chicago Cubs last won the NL Central in 2008 when they won 97 games; they haven’t been to the fall classic since 1945. Managers have come and gone throughout the past decade adding to the competitive … Continue reading A New Era blowing into the Windy City