For the fifth season in a row, eleventh time since 2000, and the twenty-seventh time in the franchise's history the Cardinals are in the postseason. Whether this postseason berth is in the form of a Wild Card appearance or a third consecutive division title remains to be seen.
The magic number for the division is:
what else is going on in baseball...
- Justin Verlander urges fans to cheer, not boo | tigers.com
- The MLB playoff contenders' most indispensable players. | Sports on Earth
- Statcast: Russell, Trout, Sano, Correa, Bryant | MLB.com
what the cardinals are up to...
- With Giants loss, Cardinals back in postseason | cardinals.com
- Yadier Molina leaves game with injured left thumb | Viva El Birdos
- The Cardinal Offense is Not Good Enough to Win a World Series (Probably) | Viva El Birdos
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KNOW THINE ENEMY...
the cincinnati reds
the nl central
- Kris Bryant drove a Lyft and quizzed unsuspecting passengers about Kris Bryant | MLB.com
- Kris Bryant may have NL Rookie of the Year sewn up | Sports on Earth
- Chris Coghlan, the Takeout Slide Rule, and Catcher Collisions | FanGraphs Baseball
- Andrew McCutchen's biggest fans were back to watch Pirates take on the Dodgers | MLB.com
- Sunday Notes: Melancon, Anthopoulos, Tracking Pitches, more | FanGraphs Baseball
St. Louis Cardinals 93 56 .624 - Pittsburgh Pirates 89 60 .597 4.0 Chicago Cubs 87 62 .584 6.0 Cincinnati Reds 63 85 .426 29.5 Milwaukee Brewers 63 86 .423 30.0
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