Drew Knuppel gives his thoughts on the recent series of the Cardinals being swept by the Padres. He also dives into the upcoming series with the Pirates.
First Starts From Jose Quintana and Jordan Montgomery
The Cardinals missed out on Juan Soto but struck gold with Jose Quintana and Jordan Montgomery. How did they do in their St. Louis debut?
The Cardinals Made Some Solid Moves at the Deadline
The St. Louis Cardinals are arguably the hottest team in baseball and have won 6 consecutive games. As the postseason inches nearer, the Cardinals are starting to heat up!
Jose Quintana is That Guy
With all the drama about Juan Soto, you may have missed out on the St. Louis Cardinals acquiring Jose Quintana. Let’s learn more about him.
Trade Deadline Over- Looking at the Top Cardinals Prospects
Trade Deadline is over and the top prospect of the Cardinals went untouched.
The Cardinals Travel To San Diego For Three Games The Cardinals will be heading to San Diego to play the 21-17 Padres. The Cardinals will be ecstatic to see a Padres team short-handed. Fernando Tatis Jr., Jurickson Profar, Will Myers, Jorge Mateo, and Eric Hosmer have all been listed as out due to Covid 19 […]
Throughout history, the St. Louis Cardinals have won their share of walk-offs and they have lost them, too. During the month of May, I will be bring some of those winners to you that have happened in the previous 50 years (1971-2021). Walk-Off Winner for May 1, 1987 On May 1st, the Cardinals have four […]
April 29 in Cardinals History April 29,1936– Roy Parmalee, on April 29, he defeated Carl Hubbell of the New York Giants in 17 innings and posted a game score of 116. Parmelee pitched all 17 innings, allowed just six hits, four walks, and one run while striking out nine. April 29, 1948- Ted Wilks loses his […]
Congratulations to Mike Shannon. What a Wonderful career and a character of the game. His catch phrases and laugh will continue. His replacement will have big shoes to fill. His service to the Cardinals is unparalleled in baseball. After playing for such a long time and to include his fifty year in the radio booth […]
1953- Cardinals owner Fred Saigh is found guilty of income tax evasion and is sentenced to a fifteen-month jail term, but will serve only five months at the federal penitentiary in Terre Haute, before being given parole for good behavior. The embattled Cardinal owner, under pressure of his franchise being taken away by MLB, puts […]