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Greatest Cardinals Moment: #6 Tatis’ grand slams vs. #11 Wong’s NLCS walkoff

St. Louis Cardinals Kolten Wong

Photo Credit: @cardinalsgifs The next matchup at The Intrepid STL in the Cardinals Greatest Moment bracket features a magical postseason moment as an underdog 11-seed against a 6-seed representing a quirky baseball record that will probably never be broken. Let's take a look at the two moments: #6 Tatis goes grand twice

Thursday’s Cardinals lineup looks strange, but you can’t blame Matheny

Cardinals, lineup, matheny

Real quick, let me show you the Cardinals starting lineup for the team's Thursday afternoon game against the Marlins at Busch, courtesy of MLB.com's Jen Langosch: https://twitter.com/LangoschMLB/status/882986577567387649 When I first saw the lineup this morning, I had four immediate takeaways: This is a lineup. Jose Martinez is batting third. Five of the

The Intrepid STL Podcast, Episode 4: Are the Cardinals sellers?

St. Louis Cardinals Podcast Trevor Rosenthal

In this latest podcast, Brenden Schaeffer discusses the promotions for John Mozeliak and Michael Girsch, and answers questions from Twitter about what the Cardinals should look to accomplish with the trade deadline only a month away. Subscribe to The Intrepid STL Podcast on Soundcloud and iTunes so you never miss a

With Diaz demoted, Cardinals should shake things up on the infield

Infield, Carpenter, Cardinals

Photo Credit: @cardinalsgifs In closing out the D-backs 10-4 on Thursday, the Cardinals won their first series against a non-Phillies opponent since May 12-14, when they took two of three from the Cubs. They did so with Paul DeJong starting each game at shortstop, and second base duties split by Greg

Wacha buys more time with win over Reds–but how much?

St. Louis Cardinals, Michael Wacha

Photo Credit: @cardinalsgifs Coming into his start Monday afternoon, Michael Wacha was in the midst of a rough patch. Since May 25th, he had surrendered 24 runs (21 earned) across 25.1 innings–that's an ERA of 7.46 in that span. Only once had he lasted at least five innings, and that came against

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