Today the Cardinals season could end. That is the nature of the postseason.
Jack Flaherty will take the mound with the season on the line. A weird season that might mark the end of Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina’s storied careers with the franchise. A season that didn’t look like it was even going to happen. A season that did happen, but then seems impossible to complete. The Cardinals missed two weeks with an coronovirus outbreak, then went on to play what? 53 games in what? 45 days?
Adam Wainwright pitched a complete game on his 39th birthday. Yadier Molina hit his 2000th hit. Alex Reyes actually pitched in a non-theoretical way. Jack Flaherty ascended into someone great on the baseball field and beyond. Dylan Carlson made his debut. Harrison Bader hit Fredbird’s painting in Big Mac Land. It has been absurd and wonderful.
So much has happened this season. Today it could all end...
But hopefully not!
what else is going on in baseball...
Dodgers win NL Wild Card Series 2020 | MLB.com
Babe Ruth's called shot confirmed by Lou Gehrig | MLB.com
Twins’ Postseason Woes Continue as Astros Sweep | FanGraphs Baseball
With Superior Depth Everywhere, Rays Bounce Blue Jays From Postseason | FanGraphs Baseball
Postseason Ends Quickly for the Punchless Reds | FanGraphs Baseball
Eight Pictures of Clayton Kershaw | FanGraphs Baseball
Bassitt Out-Keuchels Keuchel to Rescue A’s Season | FanGraphs Baseball
The 2001 World Series began a new era of American sports propaganda | SBNation.com
what the cardinals are up to...
Yadier Molina catches foul tip K of Fernando Tatis Jr. | St. Louis Cardinals
KNOW THINE ENEMY...
the san diego padres
Fernando Tatis Jr. homers twice, adds epic bat flip | MLB.com
Fernando Tatis Jr. is the towering personality baseball hasn’t had since Ken Griffey Jr. | SBNation.com
Padres News: Friars stun Cardinals, complete comeback to win 11-9 in Game 2 | Gaslamp Ball
viva el stuff...
Tommy Pham vs. Harrison Bader: Revisiting the Pham Trade | Viva El Birdos
7 inning games! What to make of it?! | Viva El Birdos
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