Photo Credit: @cardinalsgifs In his age 26 season, Kolten Wong is finally breaking out offensively. As of this writing, his 118 wRC+ would be a career high by 22 points. His .399 on-base percentage puts him in the top twenty among hitters with at least 250 plate appearances. That OBP places
Yadier Molina has made plenty of headlines lately. First, after manager Mike Matheny implied Molina looked tired, we got this Instagram post. A few days later, Yadi took to Instagram again to throw shade Matheny’s way. Then, CardsCards gave us a look at Yadi’s future Instagram posts. It’s fair to question
In recent years, the St. Louis Cardinals front office has seemingly focused on constructing a roster with a high floor. The free agent signings of Dexter Fowler, Mike Leake, and Brett Cecil support that notion. This philosophy keeps the team competitive, and it’s hard to argue against the front office’s
This offseason, as you know, Yadier Molina received a three-year, $60 million extension from the St. Louis Cardinals. That extension takes him through 2020, his age-37 season. At that time, Molina’s 2016 offensive rebound made his poor season at the plate in 2015 look like an outlier. Defensively, he was
Entering the season, the Cardinals bullpen projected to be a strength. Instead, it’s been the team’s biggest hindrance. The Cardinals bullpen has 20 losses and only 9 wins. Their .310 winning percentage is the worst among all MLB bullpen units. Yet, despite that glaring problem, some suggest the bullpen is fine.
Photo Credit: @cardinalsgifs If you’re looking for reasons why the Cardinals offense has struggled, you could point in almost any direction and be right. Today, I’m pointing at the three-hole in the lineup. Then, since Dexter Fowler has taken 21 of his 22 plate appearances in the three-hole since returning from