Photo Credit: @cardinalsgifs The St. Louis Cardinals have seen 12 players make their major league debuts in 2017 with the first being Magneuris Sierra on May 7th and the last (as of this posting) being Breyvic Valera on September 5th. There are still players in the minor league system who could
The round of 32 in the Best Cardinals Moments tournament continues with Ken Boyer vs. Kolten Wong. The 3-seed, Boyer's World Series home grand slam, defeated Scott Spiezio's 2006 triple in the opening read. To read more about that match up, click the link below. http://theintrepidstl.com/greatest-cardinals-moment-boyer-spiezio Facing off against Boyer's big moment as
Photo Credit: @cardinalsgifs Welcome to our first episode of “On the Black” with Joe Schwarz (@stlcupofjoe) and Zach Gifford (@zjgifford). OTB will be a St. Louis Cardinals pitcher-focused podcast. The audio for our pilot episode is available at the end of this article. We’ll always keep these around a half hour
It's time for round two breaking down the greatest moments in the history of the St. Louis Cardinals: David Freese vs. Willie McGee. #1 David Freese's game-tying triple in Game 6 of the 2011 World Series knocked off Mark McGwire's 500th career home run in the opening round with a convincing percentage
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.
A hypothetical trade for Giancarlo Stanton has been one of the favorite topics of discussion among Cardinals fans in recent weeks. Speculation that Jeffrey Loria's sale of the Marlins would lead to a sale of the team's assets–primarily its big contracts. The power-hitting Stanton tops the list, as he is
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