Death, taxes, and the Cardinals in the playoffs.
It's in moments of crisis when he needs to think a few moves ahead where the Cardinals manager continues to struggle.
The Cardinals have done extraordinarily well in the NLDS in recent years, but they have a difficult task facing them, needing to win at Chicago and following it up with a home win.
The Cardinals lose a wild one in Wrigley, and face elimination tomorrow.
I have been one of Michael Wacha's biggest cheerleaders since he made his debut on May 30, 2013.
Can the Cardinals' 2013 postseason ace regain his past October form against the Cubs?
My heart believes this to be true, and my head is more-or-less convinced.
Joe Schwarz joined Ben Humphrey to discuss the NLDS
In which the author tries to unburden his mind about the postseason, with very little success.
Sporting News ran a post on how the TBS strike zone graphic is inaccurate that includes an embedded tweet by VEB's own Craig Edwards.
(And I mean that in the nicest way, of course.)
A comparison of the NLDS Game 1 starters for the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs.
What does the 25-man roster tell us about how the Cardinals will line up for the Division Series?
How does the VEB Community-sourced NLDS roster compare to the one announced by Cardinals management?
TBS is not going to show the Cardinals vs. Cubs in primetime unless they have no other choice.
The playoffs are here, more or less. And it will only get more real from here on in. So how is everyone feeling?
The Cardinals quest to get back to the World Series for the third time in four years and third title in the last decade begins on Friday. Here are five things I'm watching for.
The Cardinals will face the 2nd or 3rd best team in all of baseball in the Division Series. So, like, if you had to choose..?
Timely journalism this morning — asked around the clubhouse for advice about the best way to do Barbenheimer, starting with this from Oli Marmol: “What the hell is that?”— Jeff Jones (@jmjones) July 21, 2023
Timely journalism this morning — asked around the clubhouse for advice about the best way to do Barbenheimer, starting with this from Oli Marmol: “What the hell is that?”