St. Louis Cardinals History
What history tells us about winning the first game of the season
Before Bob Gibson embarked on his Hal of Fame career for the St. Louis Cardinals, he played scholarship basketball at Creighton. Fortunately for the Cardinals and fans of baseball everywhere, he eventually chose to pursue baseball.
Has the veteran catcher passed Ted Simmons for the title of top Cardinals backstop in history?
Yadier Molina’s Hall case will surely be divisive, but can 2017’s ballot results give us some idea of how he will fare?
Scott Rolen will be a candidate for the Hall of Fame in 2018. He may face an uphill climb, but he warrants serious consideration.
Historically, the Cardinals don’t strike out a lot of batters but they don’t give a lot of free trips to first base either.
In 2016, for the eighth time in history, so-called “golden pitches” were thrown. One of the previous seven instances gave the Cardinals their first World Series win.
The Cardinals have won two World Series titles this century. How will they win their third?
While teenage and early-twenties phenoms are fun, late arrivals have a specific and unique charm in Cardinals and baseball lore.
A recap of July 16 and 17 at Viva El Birdos.