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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

What should the Cardinals do with Randal Grichuk?

Cardinals, Grichuk

Photo Credit: @cardinalsgifs Randal Grichuk is making his way back to St. Louis Sunday, according to a report by Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. After spending close to a month refining his game in the minors, Grichuk boasts a batting line flush with evidence of his power potential–.273/.324/.621. Grichuk has

The Delivery (Vol. 2)

Lou Brock Cardinals

photo by @cardinalsgifs Round two of The Delivery will include the two hottest topics of discussion for Cardinals fans: The Peralta for Sierra move, and the Luis Robert sweepstakes. Let's dive right in! What do you think happens to Johnny Peralta once he is ready to come off the DL? -Andy One of

The Delivery (Vol. 1)

Brett Cecil St. Louis Cardinals

photo by @cardinalsgifs Here's the first edition of The Delivery, the weekly mailbag that I'll be running going forth here at The Intrepid STL. If you have any questions throughout the week–sports or otherwise–feel free to drop into my DMs on Twitter. You can find me @bschaeffer12. Mostly sports questions this week, but

Cardinals vs. Blue Jays Game 1 through the eyes of Cardinals Twitter

It was a long night at Busch Stadium, and unless you were Canadian, you ended up sad at the end. Or something like that. (Again, sorry that I only find time to compile these in games they end up losing. I don't know why that is.) Oh, and for those bunt

Is the punchless Cardinals offense cause for concern?

matt carpenter

The St. Louis Cardinals are only seven games into the 2017 season. However, I'm susceptible to early overreactions, and their slow start is testing my ability to remain optimistic. I decided today to take a step back and see if it’s really been that bad, if there’s reason to expect